My husband, the late John Torney, was most fond of Ken and his accomplishments. My condolences to the family. Virginia Torney
Ken was such a caring and thoughtful friend to us. We will deeply miss him and his cheery disposition. His love and caring for animals around our neighborhood was infectious. We know his coaching legacy at CSULB will continue on. The fondest memories of him will remain in our heart.
I moved into the neighborhood in 1999 in 2000 my dog of 120lbs had a stroke & fell into my pool Ken lifted him out & saved his life he was my
neighbor, and my hero, he will be mised Jeannie Di Salvo
Lindgren family: Ken was a close friend, confidant, mentor and in many ways a role model. Nearly 40 years of memories are flashing by.....good coach, good advisor, good man, good leader, good teacher, good citizen. With condolences and extended blessings....
Ken, You were so much more than our neighbor of 30 years-you were our dear and special friend. We will all remember you with happy thoughts and feelings. We will miss you very much.
May you rest in peace.