Kevin W. Felsher
State House of Representatives
Kevin Felsher is a native of Biloxi and has resided on the Gulf Coast his entire life. He graduated high school from Biloxi High and attended the University of Southern Mississippi where he received his B.S. degree. He has been married to Crystal Lucas Felsher for over 24 years and they have two children, Carson and Cooper. They are members of Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church.
Kevin has worked in Real Estate for over 15 years and is a Broker Associate with Coldwell Banker Alfonso Commercial Realty and is a graduate of Leadership Gulf Coast Class of 2018-2019. He is active in civics serving as former Chairman and current member of the Architectural and Historical Review Commission for the City of Biloxi, past Vice Chairman and current member of the Mississippi Gulf Coast Crime Stoppers Board, past President and current member of the Harrison County Beautification Commission, current member of the Main Street Biloxi Board and served as past Chairman of the Economic Vitality Committee. Kevin serves on the Advisory Board of the Mississippi Gulf Coast Pickleball, Inc., Tunnel to Towers Biloxi Board, and is a member of the Biloxi Businessmen's Club, Coast Pistol and Rifle Club, and the Biloxi Bay Chamber of Commerce.
Kevin is also passionate about volunteering for charitable causes and serving the community. He currently serves as a board member and former Vice Chairman of Catholic Charities of South Mississippi, as past President and current member of the Our Lady of Fatima Men’s Club, and past Captain with the American Heart Association. He was named the American Cancer Society's, "2020 Real Man of the Year" for the Real Men Wear Pink campaign, was a recipient of the 2022 Mental Health Association's Annette O'Keefe Humanitarian of the Year Award, a recipient of the 2023 Helen Reddy Johnson Memorial Award for his work on Mental Health in the State of Mississippi, a recipient of the 2023 Boys and Girls Clubs of the Gulf Coast Blue Door Award, 2023 Gulf Coast Center for Nonviolence's "Making a Difference" award for his support of victims of domestic abuse, and a recipient of the Mental Health America 2023 National Legislative Champion for Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disorders. He has also coached for seven years with the YMCA, Biloxi Recreational league, Upward Sports, Our Lady of Fatima Elementary School and Kevin was inducted into the Biloxi Sports Hall of Fame in 2022.
“As a former Educator/Principal, I have had the opportunity to see Kevin become the man he is today. Kevin exhibits leadership, integrity, dedication and concern for others. He is a family man and very involved with his two sons. Kevin is very committed to making a difference in Biloxi and the Gulf Coast.”