Kenneth Andrew Castonguay
Suzette & family:
I am so sorry for your loss. And I'm sorry that you have only heard from me on two sad occasions. I will try to do better about calling. Again, so sorry for the loss of your brother.
Deepest sympathy to Ken's family. We have lost too many good men this year!
Connie DeWine Greenup, North Port FL
Ken was the first person to help familiarize me with my work assignments when I transferred to International Delivery Coordination at NCR in the 70's. I remember the urgent concern he had to get home to Xenia, OH and his family when we heard about the huge tornado that headed through the town. His home was damaged and had to be rebuilt. He even invited us to his house when it was finished.
This may sound strange but I was thinking about NCR several weeks ago and Ken was one of the people I thought about because he had helped train me. He was always so friendly and easy going; one of the people you remember with fondness. Sorry to find out that his love of family and his smile will be missed.
I worked with Ken at NCR for many years, he was a very nice person. My prayers are with his family at this difficult time.