Kevin Van Ngo

November 23, 1995 - April 21, 2021
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Kevin Van Ngo, was a loving father, son, brother, partner, soon-to-be uncle and dear friend to many.  Kevin died unexpectedly at the age of 25, near his home in Las Vegas, NV on April 21st, 2021. He was born on November 23rd, 1995 to Emily Nguyen and Andy Ngo and was the youngest of 2.

He was born and raised in Tucson, AZ. He graduated from Mountain View High School in 2014.

Kevin found love in the summer of 2014 when he met Zulema Hernandez. The two were inseparable. They built a beautiful life and family together and leaned on one another for their “adulting” years. They accomplished so much as a team. He became a father one week after his 21st birthday, to a beautiful, perfect baby girl – Natalie. He loved her more than anything in the world.

He was a very engaged, devoted, hands-on father to his now 4 year old daughter Natalie. They spent countless hours playing together, drawing, going to the park, and they also shared a love for Pokémon.

He moved to Las Vegas 5 years ago to start a new career as a business owner of an insurance agency. He was very far ahead of the curve professionally in his young life.

Kevin loved basketball, especially the Phoenix Suns. The court was his peaceful place. He was a shoe lover and sports card collector. He was also an active learner in business and investments.

He had an intense empathy for others and cared deeply. He was genuine in every aspect of his life. He was gifted with many talents and will be remembered by his kind nature, sense of humor and heart of gold.

He leaves behind his grieving partner Zulema, daughter Natalie, parents Emily and Andy, sister Loan, family and friends.

His service and viewing will be held Saturday May 1st from 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at the Marana Mortuary Cemetery 12146 W Barnett Road, Marana, AZ.

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Date: Saturday, May 1, 2021

Time: 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Marana Mortuary Cemetery


12146 W. Barnett Rd
Marana, Arizona 85653


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Born: November 23, 1995
Died: April 21, 2021

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Blake posted on 2/3/22

I love you brother and wish I could hear your voice! You are missed deeply I will make you proud! And I can’t wait till I get to see you again !


Blake posted on 2/3/22

I love you brother and wish I could hear your voice! You are missed deeply I will make you proud! And I can’t wait till I get to see you again !


Tony and Keiko Cargill posted on 5/2/21

Real sorry to hear this . Good guy very funny he will be missed .


Cinthia Pham Roberts posted on 5/1/21

There are no words, Kevin will be missed so much. I know how much he was loved and I am praying for healing and strength for all who are grieving him. My heart and prayers go out to his Parents, Loan, Natalie, and Zulema. I am so so sorry for your loss. Rest In Peace Kevin. Love, Cinthia Pham Roberts


Silvia Gonzalez posted on 4/30/21

We are missing Kevin along with you. With heartfelt sympathy. Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs. I am so sorry for your loss. Our hearts are with the Ngo Family. Brenda, Loan, and Natalie I love you girls.


Alexis Maybin posted on 4/30/21

He was such a sweet heart with a good head on his shoulders loved everyone and had such a pure and loving soul may you Rest In Peace Kevin watch over all us and most definitely watch over your family they love you very much ???


Alejandra Ramirez posted on 4/30/21

Rest In Peace to such a bright light in life


Cynthia Wolfe posted on 4/29/21

Sharing in your sadness as we remember Kevin. He was so calm and friendly with a gentle soul. I met Kevin and his beautiful family through our son Guero. He was a great friend to our son. Guero loves him and was always so thankful for his friendship. My heart breaks for your family and I’m so sorry for your loss. We will keep your family in our prayers always! May God give you the strength you need to move on and peace during this difficult time. Cynthia & Thomas Wolfe