June 6, 1965 - December 8, 2021
Kent was my best friend and partner in crime. He passed away at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital from complications of a long fight with metastatic breast cancer. He was born to Diane Claflin Page and Larry Olyn Page at Columbia Hospital for Women in Washington DC. They lived in Manassas, Virginia for all his childhood with his sisters Dawn (Page) Childress and Karen (Page) Wyatt. Kent joined the US Navy Reserves in 1984 as a Hospital Corpsman. He spent his entire reserve career supporting the US Marines in various Fleet Marine Force Units. He also was a very dedicated Naval spouse, following his wife Bonnie Sue (Pierce) Page to all her duty stations through her 20-year career. They were married in Lewistown, PA June 29,1985. During Hurricane Hugo, in Charleston, SC they had their son John Olyn Page. Kent worked many different careers in his 56 years. He was a cook, a room service waiter, a hydraulic technician, a restaurant Manager, banker, banking center manager, and most recently a corporate trainer. As a younger person was very active in the Boy Scouts, and later as a Cub Scout leader. Kent coached various Little League football teams, as well as Semi Pro football. He began playing flag football about 28 years ago. This has evolved from player, to commissioner, to official. He has most recently been Commissioner of Mid Atlantic Flag Football and assisted with the development of the 9 Man Full Contact Flag Football Rulebook. He was preceded in death by his mother, Diane Page, his Aunt Carol Walters, and his wife’s Father John A Buckwalter. Survived by his wife Bonnie, his son John, and his wife Kathryn and their 2 children Lillyan and Logan. Also, his father Larry, sister Dawn, her husband Darryl, and their family; his sister Karen, her husband Jason and their family; his wife’s mother Martha and the rest of her family. Also, many cousins and extended family.
Kent was my best friend and partner in crime. He passed away at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital from complications of a long fight with metastatic breast cancer. He was born to Diane Claflin Page and Larry Olyn Page at Columbia Hospital for Women... View Obituary & Service Information
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