After over forty years decided to take a look to see what you were up to, unfortunately a few months too late. Remembering our days in Yonkers and Crestwood. Such is life.
Kenny I miss you and love you like a brother. Sorry we didn't stay in touch after Crestwood. You had such a positive and great impact on my life as well as my brother Rod. So sorry for the rest of the Shupe family. I will never forget Kenny.
Happy Birthday Ken! You're in my thoughts daily... I miss you my brother. I'm so glad you're suffering is over. Say hi to Steve, 'till we meet again.
Kenny was a dear friend of mine for many years. I met him way back in 1969 when I was 16 years old. we spent a lot of time together over the years. I miss him terribly. I kind gentle man is the way I will always remember him. He is in my heart always.
Kenny and I grew up together in Crestwood. He had the same loving demeanor as his mom and a personality to match. He was one of the most care free fun loving people I've ever know. The world could sure use a bunch more Kenny Shupes!!!
I had the privilege of sharing a house with Ken during the last 7 years. Ken was always willing to help others and was a very caring person. I am very thankful to have had the opportunity to live with Ken and may he rest in peace.
I just clicked on the tab to sign the guest book and was taken to a website for buxom singles and thought, if this isn't Kenny I don't know what is! Clearly he is somewhere giggling. I have a clear memory of walking into Reen's house in Rye to four of the Shupe brothers lined up on the couch and there was Kenny, always smiling, always sweet, always thinking life had some really good surprise for him. What a heart! The world has lost such a good soul.
May your family find comfort in the God of prayer who gives support to all. Never forget him in your time of need. And remember that he will draw close to you if you draw close to him - James 4:8
I was very sorry to read the death notice on line. coming from crestwood,I remember the Shupes as an outstanding family. I was in Karens class at Annunciation and recently saw Marcia at the reunion. My love and sympathy to all your family. love, Peggy Shalloe Mitchell