Phillip Michael Kerry (49) of Mandeville, Louisiana, passed away Sunday, June 10, 2018, in Little Rock, Arkansas. Michael was born February 10, 1969, in Lake Charles, Louisiana, to Phillip Maxville Kerry and Delta Marguerite Kerry. Michael attended Temple Christian School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and obtained his bachelor’s degree in Engineering from Arkansas Tech University in Russellville, Arkansas. Michael will always be remembered for his giving spirit, big heart, and readiness to help anyone he could. He was a handy-man who turned a bolt on everyone’s heart he met. Michael loved spending time outdoors with his sons, often camping, hunting and fishing. The highlight of his life was taking his boys fishing for redfish in Grand Isle, Louisiana, for crappie in Hot Springs, Arkansas, and deer hunting in Hermitage, Arkansas. He had a special talent for cooking delicious homemade dishes and meals, tapping into his Louisiana roots for inspiration. Despite moving to Arkansas for a brief time, he remained a loyal LSU fan and loved Tiger football. He is preceded in death by his mother, Delta; grandmother, Idell Howell and grandfather Edward Kerry. Michael is survived by his father, Phillip Kerry (78); his wonderful sons, whom he loved fiercely, McKenzie Cole Kerry (24), Nicholas Chase Kerry (20), Noah Chandler Kerry (20), and David Jacob Hogue (24); his sister, Michelle Rousseau (Jeffery), and nephews Jackson and Max Rousseau. Michael was well loved for the wonderful father, son, brother, and friend that he was. He will be vastly missed and remembered always. A visitation service will be held Wednesday, June 13, 2018, from 5:00 to 7:00 PM at Roller-Drummond Funeral Home at 10900 I-30 Little Rock, Arkansas. All friends and family are welcome to attend.