Dear Betty and Family. I will always recall many fond memories with Kenny and the whole family. From my first Christmas away from home in the mid 60's, in the brick Toano home or just going across the street to gather with Emily and family during the Holidays; camping on the river; going bowling with the ESH League; making home made icecream and eating watermelons at Wythe Ave with Bob and Dot; or the time Kenny and I pulled a car from Toano to Jimmie's home in Wmsbg at dark; or just traveling with Kenny on old News Rd to pick up the kids at the church; and getting together for various events at the old Charles City home; and the many, many Holdays that took place at the Centerville Rd main home. They are great times to remember, mainly because Kenny kept things rolling and on track. If anything was not just right or missing, off Kenny went in the car to go get it and return so that all would go well for the family. Kenny was and is a wounderful person. And, so, I can say from the early times, to the very end, yes, Kenny was and will always be my Brother-In-Law. With all my love, David
Hard to describe how I feel after hearing such a sad news. May God bless him in Heaven. Uncle Kenny was a good guy. Since I met him He had been my uncle too. He treated me as one of his family member. Whenever I had a chance to go to Williamsburg, I was so okay to drop in his house because I knew I would be quite welcome there. I will be missing you my uncle Kenny.
Betty and family,
We are so very sorry to hear of Kenny's death. We wish we could have been there with you. Kenny was one of a kind, a really wonderful human being and so very giving to everyone. We are thinking of you all and pray for you all to just remember the wonderful memories he left with you. He will still be a guide for you forever.
Virginia and David Jones
My prayers and thoughts are with Betty, & the family during this difficult time.
Your loss is heaven's gain. May God Bless you!
Betty and family - I am so sorry for the loss of Kenny. He was a loss to W&M, the Pottery but most important to his family. Betty, you are in my thoughts and prayers and keep remembering the good times you had with Kenny. May God bless all of you.