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December 10, 2016

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December 10, 2016

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February 14, 2016
Something I will always remember about Uncle Ken is how he reached out to me after I had graduated from college and was living and working in Boulder. The company that he was working for at the time was also located in Boulder. He called me up at my job at a PR firm and asked me to lunch. I felt like a real adult! At lunch he asked if I could take photos of the manufacturing process and computer aided design of the respirator that his company produced. I was thrilled and terrified and the same time. Being asked to document work that he was involved in was huge.

Thank you Uncle Ken. Love and Hugs. Hope you are at peace.

Clare
January 26, 2016
Sledding on the hill by the Happy Canyon house, epic snowball fight, Thanksgiving touch football game, catapults, Motorcycle Madness, golfing, Pachinko, sitting by the campfire, fishing at Trapper Lake, Bronco games, drinking Christmas Slivovitz (sp?), cussing at the "train" in the field while trying to start it....and an amazing work ethic. Those are the things I will remember about Ken. He was a good provider, father-in-law, and grandpa to my kids and I will miss him.
January 23, 2016
May God give him the rest he so richly deserves and provide peace and comfort for his family.
January 22, 2016
You were a man of strong work ethic and even stronger commitment to family - your children have mirrored you. In that, you accomplished everything a person could want in life.

I will miss sharing conversations about the many things we talked about. I enjoyed Wii Bowling, after dinner walks around Lariat, Canasta and other evening games, helping to brighten up your yard last summer followed by a beautiful day in Logan Canyon with family. There will be some emptiness now, but it will be filled so many memories.

Rest peacefully and watch over all of us.
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