Hello. I just learned of Ken's death. We attended FSHS together, and I also knew his father who died way before his time. My condolences to you and your family. Bill Calvert, Class of 1963
Dear Diana, Kendal and Stephanie: I am very sorry to hear abour Ken. My condolences. Ken was a great guy and I'm very sad to see him go. I'll keep Ken and yaou all in my prayers. Let Me know if there's anything I can do.
I am sorry for your loss Kendal, Diane...I know there are no words to ease your pain. Ken will be missed, I enjoyed the many conversations he and I had..you are all in my prayers!
Hey Kendal, Diana and Stephanie.
So so so sorry to hear the news.Just mere words cannot describe the strength and support, the happiness, the joy that Ken gave me - and the girls. Will remember him every time a new "gadget" comes on the market. Be strong. Love ya all.
We will all miss Kenny very, very much. We enjoyed his many trips to Fairmont, West Virginia and his trips to Sandusky, Ohio for fly fishing. Kenny had the best trout tackle equipment I have ever seen! His trips to Maine helped supply his urge. We have lost a great fisherman!
I was amazed at how quickly he picked up on technology. He taught me alot when it came to electronics.
I was glad to see Paul Kulp wrote a nice note. I recall vividly the day Paul, Kenny, my brother, Jeff Jack, Charlie, and I carried a 2,000 pound organ out of Kenny's father's home in Fairmont. Kenny's mother had died and the goal was to empty the house for sale. One would think that five beer-bellied guys would have no trouble with an old pipe organ, but it was a huge challenge. Notwithstanding July heat, carrying it up the hills of West Virginia, and direction from Diana and Stephanie, we managed to load this beast of a pipe organ into a van! The organ resides with my brother who immensely enjoys playing it with nice memories of Kenny and his family. I still hear stories in Fairmont about the wonderful traits of Kenny and his family.
Kenny lived a fulfilling life, brought pleasure to others, and for that we should be thankful.
Gary and Linda Jack