Kenneth Keefe Chalmers Jr.
Ken and I met in California in 1950 when he was in the navy.
We were both dating sisters at the time. A very charming friend indeed
though we lost contact after a few years for which I am extremely sorry
I send my deep condolences to all the family
Gerald Ian Lindsay Lima Peru email email@example.com
It was a privilege to be Ken's friend and office mate for ten years.
Helpful and generous with his time in the service of others, he made a positive difference in many lives. Please accept my sincere condolences on the passing of a great guy.
Richard and I send our condolences to the entire family.
Ken and I served on the Kellogg Alumni Council and it was a privilege and honor to work with him.
Richard and I got to know Ken and Georgeanne on the Kellogg trip to India. We had such a wonderful time with them and have fond memories.
May his spirit be with you always.
Warmly, Susan and Richard Rosenstein
Our sympathy to your family. We really got to know Ken during the India trip and thereafter with fond memories.
Ken was a friend, a boss, a mentor, and set a terrific example for all. He was both an old fashioned guy (in the most positive way) and a modern man. He derived great pleasure from helping, mentoring,listening and set the finest example for all. He had time for everyone, and also took great pride in his family.
Hardly a day goes by when I am not reminded of some thing that reminds me of Ken. If I can have half the impact thaqt Ken had on others, i'll consider myself very successful.
Fanchon and i send our heart-felt condolences.