FAIRFIELD: Kevin Albert Dutil, 46, died Saturday May 2, 2015 at MaineGeneral Medical Center in Augusta, Maine. He was born August 2, 1968 in Waterville, the son of Daniel Dutil and Therese Ruest Dutil. Kevin attended St. John Regional Catholic School. He graduated from Lawrence High School class of 1987 in Fairfield. He attended the University of Southern Maine in Portland. He worked for the Winslow, Fairfield and Baltimore Maryland school systems. Upon returning to Maine, he taught at Cony High School in Augusta, where his students and co-workers became his extended family. Kevin was an exceptional teacher both in and out of the classroom. He took many of his students under his wings and gave them hope that they had lost. Over the years, many of his students became dear friends as they grew into adulthood. His willingness to share his creativity and his organization skills with his students and co-workers was greatly appreciated. His generosity and willingness to share made him a mentor for many students and adults. He believed that God created each one of us individually with a loving heart and that acceptance of each other without judgement was a must. He would say, "Don't judge anyone unless you've walked in their shoes". He made it his mission to treat everyone with love, kindness and respect. His passion was to help whoever needed it, even if by simply using his sense of humor to brighten someone's day. His love for music and dancing led him to open his own dance studio "Dancers Unlimited", where he taught dance for many years. One of his most memorable dance numbers was with his Godchild and Niece Denika whom he treasured. He enjoyed being a physical fitness trainer for many years. His desire to be healthy and in good shape was a personal goal for himself as well as his clients. Kevin was a very dedicated person. He was extremely involved with the Waterville Main Street Association. He carried the spirit of Christmas with him throughout the year. His love for the Christmas holiday contributed to his passion and commitment to support Waterville's Kringleville. Kevin made Kringleville what it is today with the help of many others. He has left a legacy that will not soon be forgotten. He is survived by his loving mom and dad, Daniel and Therese Dutil, his brothers and sister-in-laws, Ricky and Susan, Robby and Crystal, his Godchild and Niece Denika and his two nephews, Dayton and Dawson who he loved very much, as well as many matantes aunts and mononcles uncles and many cousins. He also had so many truly special friends; Mary Ellen, Nathan, Brandy, Kellie, Alex, Sarah and countless others. The family would like to thank all who have sent cards and flowers, called us, sent prayers our way and visited us at the hospital when we needed your support. We are thankful to those at MaineGeneral who provided Kevin with exceptional care. We are grateful to pastoral services for their compassion by showing Kevin love and giving him courage. Memorial donations may be made to the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, P.O. Box 1000, Dept. 142, Memphis, TN. 38101 in Kevin's name. At Kevin's request there will be no viewing. There will be a Christian mass, at St. John Catholic Church in Winslow Saturday May 9, 2015 at 9:00am.