A neighbor, a fun-loving young man and now gone too soon. Rest in peace.
Great man taken too soon. You will be missed by us all Uncle Kenny. Love, Todd and Kim Fuquay
Kenny made coming to work enjoyable. You made me laugh everyday. RIP
Ken was very knowledgeable about politics and SEIU 509. Above that, though, he was a caring individual and a good person. His smile. laughter and good-heartedness will be missed.
Rest in Peace Kenny. You will truly be missed
Ken was a dedicated Democrat, a defender of his fellow workers and a decades-long supporter of SEIU Local 509. We had many lively discussions about Massachusetts and Maine politics. He really loved to talk about his encounters with his very Republican neighbor in Port Clyde, Linda Bean. She would put up campaign lawn signs for her candidates and he would reply with signs supporting Democratic candidates. I will miss my good friend and comrade. Peace.
Kenny was one of the kindest, smartest, gentleman I have had the pleasure to know. He taught me so much while working alongside him in the union for the past several years. It was a privilege to call you my friend, Kenny. You will be sadly missed, but forever fondly remembered.
Always looked foward to see your smiling face at the farm-cheers to you my friend.-tom Serounis
I have fond memories when Bill and I stayed in your Port Clyde home The great discussions around the Red Sox, Patriots and politics, 4th of July parties. I will miss your friendship, generosity, gentle manner and big laugh.
Skip, the neighborhood will miss your smiling face and your political signs! Rest in peace
My dear friend Ken, one of the kindest people to walk this earth. For you, beautiful eternity is yours and for us, until we meet again, there will be one giant empty spot in our lives and will have to fill that with the love and memories of you. -Lisa Johnson
I went to junior high and high school with Kenny. He was a great guy to talk politics, sports and just hang out with. I recall that when we were youngsters, we would play endless games of Chess at his house. Kenny made a positive impact on other people's lives. I will be toasting a beer in your honor, my friend.
I will always remember Skip's big smile and kind demeanor. He will be missed by his neighbors on Horse Point Road in Port Clyde.
Rest in Peace Ken! A man with a heart of gold and fun to be with.
Great guy lots of fun and definitly full of conversation. you will be missed.
Skip and his parents were true gems. Gregarious and welcoming in their Port Clyde Maine summer home, they were contagiously happy go lucky. Skip leaves behind memories of good times with a great guy.
Ken, you were one of a kind. You loved life so much and so many people loved you. Political parties with my dad, our family friendships , working together at the Inn and the many political "discussions" after hours at the inn. You will be missed, my friend. God bless , may you rest in peace.
Love, Donna Grenier Harvey
It was my pleasure to coach Kenny at David Prouty. He was a good football player who always put the team first. Ken was always willing to give all he had.Kenny may you rest in peace.
Ken was a sparkling gem in the field of politics ,always smiling and eager to help.He was a great friend of the party..He will be sorely missed as a personal friend .Will miss that hearty laugh,Skip!!
Had the honor and pleasure of engaging in political action with Ken when we were in high school. He was a super nice guy, and a terrific advocate who will be missed by all who knew him.
Kenny, the most generous of people, a great character, a knowledgeable historian, a bon vivant and a friend for over 20 years, we will miss him greatly.
I met Kenny in 1984. Always a smile and never a bad word to say about anyone. Playing golf, trips to Boston. Didn't see enough of him but will never forget him. RIP
I first met Kenny in 1968 at a campaign event for the late Senator Phil Quinn. Even though he too young to vote, he was an avid campaigner. Throughout his life he campaigned for dozens of Democrats. He was a firm believer in equality and social justice and worked hard for it. He was a Democrats Democrat. He also had a love for Port Clyde, Maine. Rest well old friend.
We are going to miss our good friend and co-worker Ken for over 20 years. Kenny's passing is a great loss to organized labor and working people everywhere. Kenny was truly a great guy and a very good friend.
He was one of my best friends - who I worked with and partied with. His house was always my house - Ken I cannot say how big a hole you left and how much you are missed.
My friend, a loss that will be felt deeply but especially on the first Tuesday in November, where we stood side by side, fighting for whats right for ALL the people. You were clearly a loving, passionate man, may all who knew you feel that in their hearts as we say good bye and as we go forward in remembrance. Peace my friend.
One the kindest,considerate person I have ever met. I am truly blessed to have been his close friend. Words can not express how deeply he will be missed
I grew up with "Skipper" who lived across the street from me. I have fond memories of playing back yard baseball games in his field. He was a great person just like his folks. May He Rest in Peace with his parents.
You always had a smile and nice word for everyone. You will be greatly missed.
I knew Ken aka "skip" for nearly 50 years. He loved the Democratic Party and it's stand for social justice. I have many fond memories of campaigning with him for Senator Phil Quinn and numerous other Democrats. I also know of his love for Port Clyde, Maine where he was well known. May he rest in peace with our Lord in his heavenly kingdom.
You were the sweetest, kindest and such a special person to Pete and me. We will miss you and the fourth of July will never be the same without you.
Terry & Pete Sides
RIP Kenny you were the best.
Bob & Margaret
I will always remember you Kenny... I think I first met you when I was 16. May you rest in peace...
To the Family
I will miss Kenny's quite leadership and his strong belief in fighting for what is right and just. I am pleased to have known him through the union and specifically the COPE committee. We are poorer for losing him,
For a real fighter for workers and families, you will be missed.
A true friend, one of a kind! I'll miss him and all the lively discussions we had. Condolences to Justin and the rest of his family, friends, co-workers, and political buddies. God Bless.