Our family has loved Ken and Susie from the moment we met them, when they invited us to join them for an impromptu dinner with the Pollards. From then on our boys were always enthralled by Ken's wit and warmth, and they looked forward to seeing him as much as we did.
Ken was a real people person. We always think of him with a smile on his face and twinkle in his eye.
He was a gifted conversationalist. We had a lot of great talks with him ranging from planes to boats, sports, books, geography, history to just about any topic. He always had something interesting to say and he had a unique knack for weaving everyone into the conversation.
Ken always had a story, a joke, some engaging tidbit or fact to entertain you. And he had a natural curiosity that gave him a sense of adventure and ongoing desire to explore new things.
Godspeed, Ken, in all your new adventures.