Kevin Ross Dyer

In Memoriam


Kevin Ross Dyer, 60, of Waco, passed away Sunday, April 23, 2023 in Lewisville, TX.

Cremation was arranged and provided by Lake Shore Funeral Home & Crematory.

A gathering of friends and family will be held at a later date.

Kevin was born June 1, 1962 in Waco to Jerry Dyer Sr. and Phyllis Meacham. He was an avid entrepreneur founding multiple businesses including Pearl Digital Productions and River City Audio. He also provided consulting services for many businesses in a variety of fields.

He loved to make homemade wine, paint, and collect cuckoo clocks. Kevin attended Austin Community College for Photography and was an avid photographer enjoying portrait and still life photography. Shortly before his passing he resumed college at Texas State Technical College taking Cybersecurity classes.

Kevin was preceded in death by his mother Phyllis.

He is survived by his son, Ryan Ross Dyer of Dallas; his father Jerry Dyer Sr. of Waco; his brothers Jerry Dyer Jr. and Kelly Dyer; and his sister Priscilla Dyer.

Photos of Kevin

Messages From Friends and Family

Farewell My Friend
It’s so hard to say goodbye. But this is also a thank you, Kevin Dyer for being my friend. Little did I know when I moved into the apartment across from you in 1998 that 25 years later you would still be a part of my Life. Thank you for all the telephone calls that encouraged me, made me laugh, made me mad and even those that made no sense at all. My life would have been less without you so today my heart is sad that. I won’t hear your voice again saying “What are you doin”. I will remember. you always and be forever grateful that you were “My Friend”. Sending love with you.

Carol Thornton

Kevin was one of my Dearest Friends. He had a very Caring Heart and was my brother from another mother.

I have known Kevin for over 20 years. We shared good and challenging times. He was a very intelligent man when it came to tech stuff and shared his knowledge freely. When I had questions, he always had answers or he would call his son Ryan. He was so PROUD of Ryan.

As long as we remember our loved ones through memories. Kevin will never Die in your Heart.

With tears in my eyes, I must say goodbye for now and Rest in Peace.

Thank you for being my Friend. I Love you and will miss you.

Rich Prilliman

Ps. Kevin asked me to vote Republican for him. lol