Kent always loved an adrenaline rush. From the time he was five years old, he would always give his mother panic while trying to steal bases in T-ball. He was always a little shy, but truly found the best part of every person he encountered. Kent viewed and felt the world differently. When a friend or sibling was hurting, he hurt just as much. Kent powered every day to try and fight the disease of addiction to better his life not only for himself but for his family as well. As his family, we are not ashamed of the fight he endured to render himself of the disease. We are proud of the kind man he was and how he taught us to understood that while people have their own faults, we are all better than our worst moments.