September 1, 2012 - It has been two years since the loss of my brother Kenneth. Our stepmom, Sally, and I visited his memorial site at Pacific View and shared warm, happy memories of him. We all miss him everyday. I know that life goes on, and time flies by us all. If you have any of your own memories to share of Ken, please do. We will never forget him.
Iwent to CSDR 1955 to 1959 and Class of E-1960
I went Golden West College 1977 to 1979.
I can't believe it has been a year. there are so many things I want to say but the one that really stays in my mine;
When Ken and Eileen came for my mother's unveiling they got on the ground in stormy down rain and kissed the stones of my mother and father. What I heard was Ken say to them. THANK YOU. Well I want to say, THANK YOU to Ken for being the special person that he was. He lives in my heart and my soul. I love you ken.
September 1, 2011 - This morning I went to Pacific View Memorial Park where we had a plaque mounted in honor of Kenneth. I feel inner peace when I visit my parents' "resting" places and have to accept that this is where I now go to visit my brother. I placed one of Ken's memorial cards on his plaque and gazed at the ocean where we scattered his ashes just a year ago. The wall his plaque is on sits on a hill, a very peaceful place with a view he would love. While I was driving away, a song came on the radio that seemed to be beyond a coincidence. "His welfare is my concern...No burden is he to bear...He would not encumber me...He ain't heavy, he's my brother." You're a part of me, little brother. You always will be and my love is everlasting. Always, your big sis, Ei
In my heart always and forever...until we meet again.