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Kevin Croak

Kevin Patrick Croak

Saturday, November 28th, 2020
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Kevin Patrick Croak passed away unexpectedly at home on November 28th from complications related to Covid 19. Kevin was born on February 15, 1956 in Madison, the fourth child of Martin and Catherine Croak. He attended Blessed Sacrament grade school, graduated from Edgewood High School and the University of Wisconsin. Kevin was a talented actor who contributed a great deal to the theatre community in Madison. He was passionate about acting and instructed and mentored students at the University of Wisconsin. He acted in hundreds of films and received many acting awards.
Kevin was known for his ready smile, a quick wit and being an animated storyteller.
He enjoyed his friendships during his many years as an employee at the Olive Garden Restaurant.

Kevin was the beloved brother of Maureen Croak OP, Sheila Chaykowski (Norman), Cathleen Braiman (Jeffrey) and Kerry Donegan (Laury) as well as uncle of Catherine Fleming, Christine Chaykowski, Jessie Braiman, Taylor Donegan and Morgan Donegan and the grand uncle of Tristan Fleming. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends.

Due to the pandemic there will not be a service at this time.
The family will plan a Memorial Service at a later date when a gathering will be safe for all.

Friends may go on Foster Funeral Home website www.fosterfuneralhomes.com to express condolences.
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Nancy Dunham

Posted at 09:39am
We are so sad to hear about Kevin's passing. He was a dear friend to us and we spend a lot of time together in the 80's thru MTG and other theaters in the Madison area. He was always smiling and encouraging and just a great friend to us. We would go to Olive Garden to catch up with him and reminisce about "the good old days". He is a very special man and he will be truly missed.
Our condolences to the whole family. Anita Larson and Nancy Falk Dunham
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Mark Olson

Posted at 09:15am
My wife and I had numerous conversations with Kevin over the last 10 years and this is truly heartbreaking to hear of his passing. He was always positive and chipper whenever I talked to him. Our hearts go out to the family and we are so sorry for your loss.
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Matthew Steinhofer

Posted at 12:46am
I spent many nights in the early 90's memorizing lines and doing character study with Kevin, at his office. He was a great guy that will be missed.
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Roger Rickman

Posted at 03:15pm
Kevin was a friend and mentor. Always happy and smiling. He will be missed. Kathy and my thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends.
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Elaine Busch Jellings

Posted at 01:20pm
We met Kevin when he did a few shows with Sun Prairie Civic Theatre. I was a costumer, Elaine Busch Jellings along with Connie Meyer. We had a lot of fun with Kevin while he was in a show. One of the things we remember about Kevin was that sometimes he had shoes that had holes in the bottom of the sole. But he always came in a suit and shirt and tie. So we would direct him to our shoe department in the costume shoppe and tell him to find a pair of shoes that would work for him in the show. He loved the the wing tip style shoe and would always tell us how comfortable the shoes were for him while he was on stage. Connie and I had a tradition of giving cast members a small gift at the end of the show and we always gave Kevin the pair of shoes he wore in the show. I think he did three or four shows with us and it was always a joke with him to pick out the best shoe in the costume shop because he might be wearing them home. God bless you Kevin, for all the joy you brought to us and anyone who saw you on stage. Thanks for the memory.
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