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January 14, 2010
Ken, it has been over a year since your departure to Heaven and how we miss your lovely voice and moving testimony. Your ministry still continues through your tapes and cds. As I travel preaching the Gospel I play your music and am blessed so much. Your memory will stay with us for years to come. It was great knowing you and traveling with you so many years in evangelistic crusades and deeper life conferences. We shall all be together one day. Your friend Dr. Reg Dunlap
November 10, 2008
My Friend,
It seeems like yesterday when I first met you.I was learning the wiring trade and you were working at the church.I had no idea when I saw you pushing that broom,that you would change my life forever.You lived with your beautiful mother on south street in Portsmouth. I still smile at the time you had me over there to listen to the couple of songs that you had recorded on the $29.00 Radio Shack tape recorder that your mom had bought for you. Remember when I asked you how long you had been singing?Two years was your reply.I still Can't believe you were only playing around with the singing at the time. Remember Ken,I asked you if you ever thought of doing the music for a living? Your answer was "I would love to if the Lord opened that door".Wow little did I know , that statement alone,was the begining and cornerstone of our friendship. Hey Ken remember those Christmas when each year you would come over to our house and the kids would think you were Santa Claus!Yes we were much younger then ha.ha. Oh how great our Lord is ,He did open that door and Provided you with a proffessional sound equipment and a wonderful group of friends that labored endlessly to listen to you and help you to form the first"Ken Fernald" music ministry,Later to be called" Ken Fernald and Friends". Where has the time gone my friend? Heck I couldn't even sneak off to Florida with my wife Caroline without running into you comming out of the Icecream shop on main street with a EXTRA LARGE cholcolate cone melting down your hand.I have a witness to that don't I Darren!! Well Ken, my friend and brother,it has been forty years,and I know you are tired and must sleep now.But before I say goodnight,I want to say thank you for teaching me of Gods Love,and opening that door into so many other peoples lifes. Say goodnight to God for me,and give my father and your mother a hug for me. I will see you soon,Love your brother Bob.
November 09, 2008
i am soory for you and your family You did a good job at the four conres chuch i still have your cd you gave to me
October 26, 2008
I remember about 10 years ago going on a business trip to Ohio. Bad weather delayed the flight considerably. I got into my rented car at about 10:00pm, and had about a 90 minute drive to my hotel. Not knowing where you are, and having only a faint clue where you're going at that hour of night was to say the least, unnerving. In my briefcase I had 1 of Ken Fernalds cassettes, that I had bought when he performed at Greenfield Covenant Church. I popped it into the cassette player, and to this day, I remember the instant calming effect his wonderful voice had on me.

I am truly saddened at his passing, but I rejoice that he is with our Lord, and will see him again.

God bless you, Ken
October 26, 2008
I was very saddened to hear of Ken's passing. Those of us who have witnessed his wonderful voice praising our Lord and also his wonderful sense of humor were very blessed. I am sure he is singing God's praises at this very moment and also enjoying spending time with his mother again. Rest in peace Ken.
October 23, 2008
JESUS IS LORD.

Greetings
I am very sorry to hear of his loss and will pray for the family to know the comfort and Grace of the LORD JESUS at this tough time.
October 22, 2008
Rich,
I didn't know your brother but I'm sure he will be missed by many. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and the rest of your family at this difficult time.
October 22, 2008
Our prayers are with Ken's family as you grieve the loss of a good man. But we do not grieve "as the rest of men who have no hope..." 1 Thess. 4. I have fond memories of Ken as he brought the Word of God to us through song at many Men's Retreats at Monadnock Bible Conference in Jaffrey, NH. My favorite song was "Excuses." Galatians 6:9, " Do not grow weary in well doing..." Ken, your work here is done. Bless you for blessing so many here on this side.
October 20, 2008
It is hard to add to all the wonderful things that have been said already - all of which are true. His love for the Lord and for others shone through, and we were blessed to know him and privileged to have him consider us his friends. If the Lord allows those who have gone on ahead of us a glimpse of what's taking place down here, he knows that we love and miss him and look forward to that day when we will meet again. We will surely "look for [you]," Ken, and it won't take a million years before we get around to it, either!!
October 20, 2008
Christian sympathies to Ken's family. White Rock Church in Gorham Me, held a harvest supper every fall (Oct. 17th this year) and Ken was to be the special guest at the supper and later their special music. He will be greatly missed by many for his love for others, his great jokes, his gentle music and his everyday, down to earth personality.
Linda Buskey, Northwood, NH and Carole Sampson, Gorham, Me.

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