It is with great sadness that we share the news that a longtime employee of Environmental Standards, Kevin Frysinger, passed away unexpectedly on Friday February 8, 2019. He was employed with the firm for 23 years and was a well-loved part of our family. Kevin worked as a Senior Geoscientist in our Valley Forge office and was involved in many complex and highly technical projects. His specialty was groundwater flow and transport and he managed our modeling and graphics programs.
Kevin was active in the Pennsylvania Council for Professional Geologists (PCPG) and the American Institute of Professional Geologists (AIPG). He enjoyed attending company social functions and was a longtime member of a fantasy football league that included current and former Environmental Standards employees. Kevin also enjoyed traveling – typically planning one big trip every year. In November 2018, he made a trip to Israel and shared a slide show from his trip with us. Kevin had a goal of visiting every state capital and he was close to achieving that goal.
Kevin was born on June 12, 1971, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Roy Donald Frysinger and the late Doris J. (Fluke) Frysinger. He is survived by his father Roy of Palmyra, a brother Todd M. Frysinger, of Pittsburgh, a nephew, Quinn M. Frysinger of Pittsburgh, as well as Kevin’s extended family and caring friends. A memorial was held on Friday February 15, 2019, at the DiMateo Worship Center at Londonderry Village in Palmyra. Contributions in Kevin’s honor can be made to the Londonderry Good Samaritan Fund, 1200 Grubb Road, Palmyra, PA 17078.
We miss our friend and colleague. Rest in peace, Kevin.
Director of Geosciences
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