Ian William Kemper, 24, of Boston [and formerly Southborough] passed away October 8, 2017 in his home.
Ian is survived by his beloved and devoted mother Pamela Hoyerman Kemper, of Boston, father Tim Kemper of San Diego, brother Pete Kemper of Boulder, and sister Brooke Kemper of La Jolla. He is also survived by his Grandfather Phil Urion of Sanibel FL, his loving aunt and uncle Bill and Kit Hoyerman of Falmouth, aunt and uncle Janice and Paul Dorfman and aunt Kris Hoyerman, all of Santa Fe, aunt and uncle Sharon and Jo Kemper of Hawthorne Woods IL, and aunt and uncle Lisa and Bill Kemper of Barrington Hills IL. He was a delightful and integral part in the lives of his many cousins.
A graduate of Algonquin Regional High School, Ian was born and raised in Southborough where he was a gifted athlete, and close friend and mentor to many of his peers. Ian was a loyal friend and teammate, a leader of the Algonquin Lacrosse Team where he played a pivotal role in the state championship his senior year. His love of the outdoors, mountains, and snowboarding took him to The University of Denver where he graduated with a BS in Economics and a minor in Business Management in 2016. Returning to the Boston area, he rediscovered and got to enjoy his love of the ocean while always remaining a hopelessly devoted fan of the Patriots, Celtics, and Red Sox.
The family cannot adequately express their appreciation and gratitude for the extraordinary love shown to them by their community at the celebration of Ian’s life at the Southborough Community House.
Hold your loved ones close.