The accomplishments and contributions to society realized by Mr. Horstmyer seem well reflected in the one family member with whom I have acquaintenance - Jeffrey, and are therefore likely among all, leaving a valuable and lasting legacy. Condolences are offered to the family as a whole.
Kendra, Jeffery, Linda and Andy,
My thought and prayers are with each of you. I always loved your Dad and have many wonderful memories of both Aunt Madeleine and Uncle Ken. Individually, they were very unique, interesting and special. As a couple, they were incredible.
Karen M. Slaughter
I am so very sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. Your Mom and Dad were such wonderful people and I will always appreciated how they reached out to my family when I lost my mother many years ago. May you find peace in knowing what wonderful parents you had. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Dear Jeff, Kendra, Andy and Linda,
My heartfelt condolences to all of you.
Kendra, Thank you very much for the call. I am so sorry for your loss. I worked for Ken at Arthur Treachers in Philadelphia back in the 1970's and had tremendous respect for him. He will be missed. My thoughts are with you. But take comfort in the fact that he positively affected the lives of many people.
I am so sorry to hear of Kens passing. He was a real jewel and a gentleman and life of the party! We will all miss him greatly.
Dear Jeffrey and Tillie: keeping you in our thoughts. We love you. Maria and family
Linda, I am so so sorry. I loved your dad and mom. I felt like they were a second set of parents. I was just thinking about all of you the other day. I would like nothing more than to be there for the memorial, but Eddie is very ill. Please give my love to everyone. Love Libby
Linda, I am so sorry. I will never forget Ken. I cannot join you on Thursday for his service as I am now in Gainesville, FL. But, I want you to know that my prayers are with you and the entire family. Please, if you need me, you have my email address. I love you, Grace Acosta
I am very sorry for your loss. My name is Douglas Horstmyer. I am 67 and the son of the late Frederick William Horstmyer. I recall that dad had an uncle Albert but I do not recall meeting him. I read Kenneth's obituary in today's Schenectady Gazette. He was a very accomplished professional and I wish we had an opportunity to have met. At sometime I would hope to correspond with the Horstmyer's as I Will soon have a grandson who will carry on the name in upstate New York.