I'm so sorry to hear of Ken's passing. Ted and I were always impressed how genuinely nice he was. My prayers are with you and your family.
Marian (De Vries) Ver Schure
I was saddened to learn of Ken's passing. I had the privilege of working with him for a number of years at United Airlines as we battled airport issues in Los Angeles and other cities. He was a pro, a voice of reason in that chaotic world, who somehow maintained a sense of humor. My condolences to the family.
La Quinta, Calif.
He was the sweetest ever. I hope to be as half as funny as he was someday. I will miss my uncle greatly.
Ken and I wwent ot the prom together, ken with Francine Martin and I with Ann Noehl.We never met again until long after college and law school. By some coincidence, Ken, while at UA. came back for luch with frien ds from his old Law Firm (Peterson and Lowry) where I stayed for 18 years. After a few ucheons during nthose years , we met again at the 50th reunion fromAmundsen. He looked great as did his buddy,Ralph Peterson, another Amundsen lawyer.
The news is sad as everyone who knew Ken liked him for honesty, integrity and gentleman.
Next week. I will be in Chicago for my 50th reunion at the U of C law
school. I will be thinking of him and be grateful that I could write this note about him.
Regina and I are very saddened by Ken's death. We will all miss his great wit and keen intelligence. We worked together years ago at United Airlines and, he taught me much of what I learned about good negotiations in the Airport Affairs arena. I will say a prayer for you and the family.
We knew Ken and Ann from the First Presbyterian Church, Bonita Springs, FL, where Ken and Ned attended the Great Banquet, and subsequently, a weekly GB Reunion group. RIP, brother in Christ.
Ned Newland, Estero, FL and Shrewsbury, NJ.
I am a classmate, Amundsen 1957, and am sorry to hear of Ken's passing. My deepest sympathy to all of the family.
Susan Marshall Martin
My deepest sympathy to you and your family. I had a wonderful visit with Ken several years back on one of my Chicago trips...I think you were out selling real estate that day. Ken was truly one of the "good guys" at UA who was just interested in doing the best job he could for the company. Take care...
This is sad news indeed, and our prayers go out to Ken's family. He was a wonderful co-worker. We fought our way together through many thorny PR issues with Stapleton and later Denver International Airport as it was being built and after it opened. Ken had great insights and instincts and beyond that was a gentleman and a delight to work with.
I am sorry to hear of Ken's passing. I would like to express my condolences to you and your family. You and Ken were the first residents I met in Morningside and I really appreciated how welcomed you both made me feel. May the wonderful memories you shared together and as a family bring you comfort and peace.
I knew Ken as a colleague at United's law department for several years and then in his position in the Airport Affairs department for my 17 years at United. Ken was always very quick witted, and a really funny guy. In addition he was a very sharp in-house lawyer and a competitive softball player. My condolences to his family and friends.
May you draw close to God in prayer and find comfort in reading his Word.
We have many fond memories of Ken. He was always upbeat and congenial. He was devoted to Ann, Kenny and Katie, and doted on his grandchildren. May all of those who loved him find solace in knowing that his battle is over, and he has found peace.