Mom just couldn't make it to the service but wanted you to know that you and your family are in her thoughts.
At this time of loss may you know... His Compassion, His Grace, His Love. May the Love of God surround you during this time of sorrow.
The family of Avis Laabs
Dear Dolly, our deepest condolences on the passing of Ken. I know you don't remember me, but I met you and Ken when you visited Cheryl in Alaska many years ago. My wife, Erika, and I consider Cheryl as one of our family, and truly feel your loss. Our prayers are with you and your family.
Dolly and Family, I'm so sorry for your loss. Please remember the wonderful times with Ken. You and your family will miss him dearly, but he will always be in your hearts. We all must make that journey someday, but knowing God will be by our side and Jesus Christ will welcome us home with open arms makes it a little easier. Our prayers are with you. I pray for Ben and Jake that they will always remember how much their grandpa loved them. Grandparents are so special. My prayers go out to Cheryl, Kevin and Lisa may God comfort each of you during this difficult time.
We'll miss you Uncle Kenny! Some of our best childhood memories are running around the tavern on Christmas Eve with endless games of pinball, video games, and kiddie cocktails! To a child, that was incredibly cool :) We always looked forward to our holiday visit, as well as chicken dinner, with Mom and Dad, on Sunday afternoons. Our prayers of comfort go out to you Auntie Dolly, Cheryl, and Kevin.
Kevin, Lisa and family we are very sorry for your loss.
~Kevin and Rachel Markvart, Maribel, WI
Dear Dolly and family.
So sad to hear about Ken's passing. Of all the customers I dealt with over the years, you and Ken were aces. I'll keep you both in my thoughts and prayers.
Dolly Cheryl and Kevin..I am so sorry to hear of Kennys passing...He was such a fun person to work for and always made nights of waitressing a blast. ( one of the best jobs I ever had) my prayers and sympathy to you.
I am so sorry for your loss. What a kind man. I fondly remember working at Charneski's Diamond Inn for the Friday Night Fish Fry as a young teen. Hard Work but Good Memories!! I pray for God's Healing Comfort and a Peace that passes ALL understanding.
Charneski Family, I am so sorry for your loss. I have many fond memories of going to the Diamond Inn with my parents when I was a kid. My dad (who just passed away on April 4th) LOVED the frog legs and of course, us kids loved to sneak sips of the grasshopper and brandy alexander after dinner drinks.
Dolly we are so sorry for your loss. We know he is at peace finally, and there is comfort in that. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Cheryl and Kevin, and their families. I'll miss adding comments to Cheryl' s phone conversations with him. - Nancy, Kathy and Dr. Gieringer.