We miss you Ken! Bill wants to take me to the Golden Corral in memory of you. Please come back and help me stay out of there! Love you lots! Nan and Bill
Ken was a pleasure to work with overthe years......
Rebecca - God Bless your family
To Ken's Family. I was in the class of '63 behind Ken. He was always a unique, hard-working and fun person to be around. I don't know anyone who did not love and respect him. Too quickly gone. Bless your hearts in this healing process. I know he loved you with all he had!
Steve told me of Ken's passing, and I was so sorry to hear that news. I know that Ken was like a brother to Steve, and there's a huge void left now.
I thoroughly enjoyed the few days we all spent together up in N.C. He was quite a character and will be so truly missed.
My sincere condolences to you and Steve.
Janie Raisch Hulbert (Crystal River, Fl)
You were the love of his life - even before you were ready for him. He is always with you.....just a thought away. Sending Love and Light to surround and protect you for a good while.
My sincerest condolences to you and your family on the loss of Ken. What a dear, sweet man he was. It was a joy to know him. You are in my prayers. May your faith bring you comfort. Love, Sue Fleming
Hi I am Mandy Tucker Drew, My father Jimmy Tucker and Kenneth are first cousin. I am so sorry for your and our loss .. Y'all are in my thoughts and prayers ..
We were neighbors in Aiken, SC on Taylor Street. I just heard about Kenneth's passing. So sorry. I know my mother will be sad when I tell her today. Your family is in my thoughts.
Rebecca, I am so sorry to learn of Ken's passing. I graduated with Ken and have some good memories. I did not get to the reunion as we found out on September 14th that my husband had cancer. He passed away on Oct. 12th. I can truly say I know the feeling of losing your spouse. My deepest sympathy to you and your family. Betsy Ruple Kolb
Grief shared is grief diminished. We are so sorry to hear of Ken's passing. We offer supportive prayer and share your sorrow. I worked with Ken in the National Office in the early eighties. He always took time to assist me and others in our duties. Ken also made the best "homemade ice cream" on our porch at a BBQ in Springfield, VA. My wife and boys have recalled that experience and Ken's delightful nature from time to time. Bless you all.
It was great working with you. Welcome to heaven, may you rest in place
I join many of "Guin"'s high school friends in expressing our heartfelt sympathy for your family. What a wonderful time we had seeing you at the 50th reunion and we thank you for all Kenneth did to make it happen. He was a joy to be with and we are fortunate to have had his friendship.
KEN was a dear friend. He was se funny. Rebecca, I know this year has been so many losses for you..We love you and I know Dan and ken are In heaven cracking up the angels. POTTERY was how met and I will allways remember him throwing red clay all over me as he learned to throw pottery. And he made me think he was just my family, as he remined me so much of my cousins with his since of humor. Evelyn Bowers
So sorry to learn of Ken's passing from a friend on FB. We had become friends several years ago. I know your heart is heavy but I will be remembering all of the family in my prayers in the days ahead. Sue Williamson Branham
Dear Rebecca, I am so sorry to read of Ken's passing. He was a delightful man and I know you will miss him terribly. Please know that I am thinking of you and sending my love. Rebecca Allen
Rebecca, Gary and I are so sorry to hear of your husband passing.....Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers..........If you need us please feel free to give us a call any time.......We love you and pray that God will give you peace at this trying time...........Love you,
Gary & Pat Johnson
When I saw this notice it took my breath away. Words cannot express how I feel right now. I do hope these few words provide you some comfort. Don and I are praying for you and your family. We are praying for your strength and that you find peace in the midst of your sorrow.
We love you
Don and Sheila Marbury
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Ken was a colleague at USAID/OIG and at USAID/Security. He was always so helpful - I can't count the number of times he fixed my computer problems. He always had a sense of humor even when things were at their worst. He will be missed.
Of Ken's many accomplishments, one of my favorites is his holding together in spirit and on the internet his entire high school class of '62 in Orangeburg SC. He was always also the very best friend to have.
Debbie Rosen and Joe Jeffords
May God bless Ken and his family. He will always be remembered as a most helpful colleague.
George D'Ambrosio, Jonesboro, GA.
Dear Rebecca and Family,
I was very sorry to hear about Ken's passing. He kept us cousins entertained when we visited family in Orangeburg. Ken and I had some email correspondence in the last several years and I am glad that we reconnected. Your family will be in our thoughts and prayers.
Always, Robbie DeMars
With deepest sympathy,may God bless Ken and his family at this time of sorrow. Bennie Swint,Jr. ( Johns Creek,GA)
I worked with Ken at USAID OIG; he always had a smile and was easy to talk to. He was inspirational in getting me to do contract work after I retired. Our prayers and sympathies are with his family. He will be missed.
Tom D'Amico, Retired USAID OIG Special Agent
May God bless Ken and his family during this difficult time. Ken served as a Special Agent for USAID, and was an integral part of the Office of Security, Field Investigations Program. His hard work and dedication to the mission will never be forgotten.
Erica Carr- Program Manager
United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
My name is Glen Inabinet. I was a classmate of Ken's at Orangeburg High School. I have many fond memories of Cub Scout activities, Boy Scouts--especially camping trips, and our high school days. My classmates and I owe Ken a debt of gratitude for establishing the list server to enable us to communicate by email. I was glad to be able to see and laugh with him once again at our class reunion last year. When I told Ken I had camped at Shenandoah River State Park in June, he told me your home was only a few miles away. Had I known, perhaps I could have visited. My condolences to your family. Ken was a friend to all of us; we will miss him.
May God bless Ken and his family at this time of sorrow. Ken will always be rememberd as a fellow Federal Investigator and colleague Board Member of the Association of Certified Background Investigators.
Julio C. Martinez
U.S. State Department/DS/PSS
New York Region