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May 02, 2013
Hi Kick enjoyed working with you in Anchorage. was looking you up and found this sad information.. Lester W Batterton
September 16, 2009
Dear Kickbush Fmaily,
My name is Katie from Ohio. I would like to express my condolences to youn and your family on the loss of your loved one. I wanted to share with you and encouraging thought from the Bible. The Bible assures us that the time will come when “death will be no more,” so no one will be growing old and then dying.—Revelation 21:4. With that promise fulfilled, humans will enjoy perfect life, unmarred by sin and death. Meanwhile, we can take comfort in knowing that our dead loved ones are resting, and if they are in God’s memory, they will be resurrected in his due time.
September 14, 2009
Mr. Kickbush was one of several outstanding teachers from my K-12 experience in Anchorage. Along with Frank Kufel, he was the cream of the crop at Wendler in 1961-62.
His family can be justly proud of his contribution to the community.
I am sad to see his passing, but happy to see he lead such a fulfilling life the years since our paths last crossed.
September 14, 2009
Heartfelt best wishes to Mr. K.'s family. He was a sweet, fun-loving and generous man who was especially kind to the neighbor children, including me, as we grew up. I remember how he surprised Mrs. K. with a plane trip and tickets to see her favorite singer, Mel Torme. They loved their horses and dogs, never tired of exploring their favorite odd corners of the world (Hawaii, Alaska, the California desert) and both were embraced by the community wherever they lived. I remember him with gratitude and love.
September 12, 2009
Mr. Kickbush taught me mechanical drawing around 1961-62. He was really patient and very friendly. Would greet me in the street, lol, a kid never would talk to a teacher in the street. Good man. Glad to read that he had a good life, he earned it.
September 12, 2009
I have great memories of Kick from when we taught together back in the late 1950's in Anchorage. He was a great guy. We have 4 of Joan's pictures which Kick framed, so many memories of this couple. Sally Horner DuClos
September 12, 2009
Our family was enriched by our friendship with Roland and Joan from the 1960s when they built in our Sand Lake neighborhood. Our sympathies to the family, and a special note to Mayor Jay Arend whom Cathy is privileged to know from living in Naples and working closely with the Bonita Springs Chamber of Commerce with governmental affairs and our amazement to find this family connection. She is glad your family enjoyed her baby shower card which Joan painted back in 1956. The Heyworth Family - Gene, Scott, Todd, Cathy and our beloved Mother Sue.

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