Although he didn’t like to admit he would get his hair done at a place called Rapunzel’s, we thoroughly
looked forward to his appointment time to discuss how coiffy he was feeling. I was guaranteed to laugh at every appointment and expand my knowledge in one way or another.
He was a bona fide client that you could discuss any future business plans with(on both ends), and he would give you the most genuine advice…Whether it be the latest cooking tip, house renovation idea, or the latest eBay find. He was the most kind soul that will be missed-usually every four weeks on a Tuesday at 9 AM. We think of him often and our condolences and deepest prayers go out to his wife and son Hayden.
He told me the story of how he first met Tara and the deep admiration that he shared for her. He was so proud of Hayden and all of his accomplishments, and how he was blossoming into a young man with his own passions. May you be up in heaven picking all the wild mushrooms and foraging the most delicious foods. His soul has touched so many more people than he will ever know, May he continue to guide and protect us all. Rest In Peace chef Kaywork.
Relation to Brian: His Hairdresser