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July 20, 2018

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June 6, 2017
Yes, a very good guy. He was my sister's high school best friend for a few years there. I recall his cool car. Quiet presence in our Garcia Girl (and Jack) househould. What a sweet reminder of a great guy.
April 26, 2017
I remember Kenny from childhood. His family lived just around the corner from my Grandparents in Marysville,Ca.

I was a couple of years older, we would play together sometimes when I was at my Grandmothers house. We were pretty young, maybe he was 8 or so, and we probably were pals until he was 12 or so. He lived across from a park and we would go over there and play on the swings and slides, etc. Sometimes Wally would join us, but mostly Kenny and I would hang out.

My memory of Kenny, even at that age, was that he was a nice kid, sort of quiet, but very even keeled and never had a harsh word to say about anybody or anything. seemed like he always thought before he spoke, unlike me, and if he disagreed with me, he would calmly explain his position. Seemed like he was usually right.

I'm sure that we would talk when we ran into each other after the days when we played together.

Kenny was a good guy, I'm sorry for your loss.

Ken Stephens