Ken will be missed by so many people, he was a great friend, brother, husband, son, & father. The things I will remember the most about him is him playing guitar and singing in his band, and also how he was always there when someone was sick or hurt. He had a great heart. Love you Ken.
THERERE'S HARD TO FIND WORDS DOR MY BROTHER.hE WAS FUNNY TO A FAULT.....EXCEPT FOR THE POLITICS. hE WOULD DO ANYTHING FOR ANYBODY AND HAD THE THE SKILLS TO DO IT. WE HAD GREAT LAUGHS AND ANTICS TOGETHER THAT i WILL NEVER FORGET HE TOOK CARE OF ME FROM CARS TO COLDS TO HOUSEHOLD HELP AND NEVER COMPLAINED. WHENEVER I WAS HURT OR IN TROUBLE KEN WAS ALWAYS THE ONE TO THE RESCUE. I WILL MISS YOU KEN MORE THAN YOU CAN EVER KNOW. I'LL DO MY BEST TO WATCH OUT FOR AND TAKE CARE OF CHERL, AND THE KIDS. MY HEART GOES OUT TO THEM. lOVE, lAURA..... OH PLAY A LITTLE GOLF WITH RON UP THERE OK?
Cheryl,Josh and Cody,
We want to let you know we are thinking of you and are very sorry about Ken's passing. Know that we are always here for you even though it has been years since we've seen you. You will always be in our hearts. We love you Cheryl.
The Swartz family....So sorry for your loss. I went to school with Kenny and had not seen him in a long time. My prayers are with you.
Cherl, Josh and Cody I am here if you need anything I love you guys so much. He will live on threw Josh and Cody and in all of our hearts. He was an amazing Uncle he was always there when we were going through hard times. We love you uncle Ken xoxo
Love, Jonathon,Jessica,Kiera,Bella & Nathan aka Plumpkin That was kens nickname for Him :) R.I.P
Dear Cheryl and sons, Ray, Virginia,Ron, and Laura, We are saddened at Ken's passing. He was always special to us and we have many fond memories of his childhood visits when we lived in Mill city. Our thoughts are with all of his family.
Norman, Celia, and NOrman Jay Swartz (Uncle Norm and Aunt Cel)
Cheryl and family, I am so sorry for your loss, may your precious memories help ease your pain at this very sad time...
My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time. It is so hard to lose one so young and in prime of life.
I was saddened to hear of Ken's passing. Our families have been friends for many years. I wish his family the very best.
Dear Aunt Dinna, Uncle Ray, Laura, Ron, Cheryl, Jeremy, Josh and Cody,
I was so sorry to hear about Ken's passing. I'm so glad that we were able to spend time with him during our visits to Mill City and also the time we spent with him at the cabin - those visits brought back so many happy memories of when we were growing up.
It meant a lot to us that Ken, Cheryl and Laura were able to make the trip to State College for dad's memorial service.
I will tell you all something that my sweet Aunt Dinna told me when my dad passed away - "Always remember that it's ok to laugh".
May you find comfort in your memories of happy times. You're all in my thoughts - love to you all!