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Memorial for Kevin

Kevin Patrick McCarthy, a husband and father, an accounting graduate of The Catholic University of America (""CUA""), a former Special Agent in the Federal Bureau of Investigation (""FBI""), and President of a trial lawyer support and technology business, died early on November 3, 2016 as the result of a traffic accident at Indianapolis, Indiana where he lived with his family and worked.
Kevin was born at Indianapolis, Indiana on February 2, 1972, the Catholic Feast Day of The Presentation of The Child Jesus (Candlemas), and also lived in Illinois and Rockville, Maryland. He attended parochial schools in suburban Washington, D.C., and at Springfield, Illinois, and graduated in 1990 from Cathedral High School at Indianapolis (where his grandfather was President of the first graduating class) before matriculating to CUA. During college, Kevin worked at the FBI Headquarters as a tour guide, and then after receiving his bachelor degree from CUA worked in the FBI office in Springfield, Illinois before he attended and graduated first in his class from the FBI Academy at Quantico, Virginia, becoming a Special Agent in early 1996. Kevin worked as a Special Agent for five years at the Mobile Division in Alabama, where he married his wife of 15 years, Stacey Dulion on May 13, 2000, before leaving the Bureau to enter private business.

Late in 2000, Mr. & Mrs. McCarthy moved to Indianapolis where he entered the private sector working on an emergency telephone notification system, Reverse 911. Beginning in 2006, Kevin formed two (2) related companies to support law office operations, including the litigation process: Express Medical Records and Case Pacer.

Kevin is survived by many loved ones, including his wife of 15 years, Stacey Dulion McCarthy. Kevin and Stacey have four (4) children: Ryan (deceased at birth); Kevin Bartholomew McCarthy; Mary Claire McCarthy; and, Moira Grace McCarthy. He is also survived by his parents, Kevin & Patrice Borders McCarthy of Indianapolis, a brother, The Reverend Father Charles Ryan McCarthy of Indianapolis, and three (3) sisters: Molly McCarthy Mehan (Matthew) of Silver Spring, Maryland; Bridget McCarthy Kaufman (Michael) of Cincinnati, Ohio; and, Moira Patrice McCarthy of Manhattan, New York, as well as his beloved father-in-law, David Burke Dulion, and mother-in-law, Sandy Neal Dulion and two (2) beloved sisters-in-law, Megan Dulion and Ashley Dulion Conyers (Jimmy), both of Fairhope, Alabama. Kevin also has many uncles, aunts, cousins, nephews, nieces, and dear, dear, friends. Family and friends will gather on Sunday, November 6, 2016 from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. at Leppert Mortuary, Nora Chapel. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Monday, November 7, 2016 at 11:30 a.m. at St. Luke Catholic Church.

In lieu of flowers, donations are suggested to: Our Lady of The Holy Rosary Church 520 Stevens Street, Indianapolis, IN 46203, St. Luke Catholic Church, 7575 Holliday Drive East, Indianapolis, IN 46260 or Gary Brackett's Impact Foundation c/o Powers Four God, 617 East North Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204.

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