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Kenneth Raymond Landis Jr. 1951 - 2014
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April 22, 2015
Kenneth, (as I lovingly called him), and I spent many years on the road together. We shared hotel rooms, tour busses, and Ryder trucks all over the world. I can't even begin to think about how much he taught me. I use to say that he probably eats diodes and transistors for breakfast. I miss you so much, my friend, but I know that one day we will be together again, waiting for the house lights to go down. Until then bro. I love you.
January 29, 2015
Rock on Landroid!!! You best pal from heart, roger
June 09, 2014
I wish I had met you - you were obviously a hell of a guy!
April 20, 2014
Kenny was my brother, and I miss him soooo much. I'm grateful for all the wonderful memories we share. The most recent of those memories was our trip to Hawaii to say good-bye to our dad in an outrigger canoe. Kenny arranged the entire send-off and it was great spending time with him. Then when he became ill we talked to each other every week, and I'm so glad we had that time to share. He showed courage few of us have during his illness. There's so much to say about my sweet brother. He was honest, sensitive, smart, handsome, and I was so lucky to have him in my life. I was proud of him on many levels...he had a wonderful wife, and a fascinating career. I love you bro, and still can't believe you're gone. You live on in the memories of all those who loved you.
April 16, 2014
Kenny, or Uncle Kenny as I lovingly called him, was my friend and roommate throughout the eighties. We met in LA when he and my boyfriend were both doing sound for the Olympics and since we all were new to the area we decided to share an apartment. A better roommate I could not have had, he was always kind, compassionate and a great deal of fun. (And on the road a lot, added plus). Yes it was the eighties, we were on the beach, in the music business, what could not be good there? Seriously, life was terrific and even better because Kenny was sharing it with me.
We had an a wonderfully unusual relationship of being friends, just friends who sincerely cared about one another. At times I would try to mother him and give him advice, which he seldom took, but I only wanted what was best for him. So, when he married Jeanette I was delighted because I knew she was the best for him, finally he took my advice.
Kenny you will always have a place in my heart, I love ya Buddy!
Auntie Lorna
April 13, 2014
I will always have a candle in the window for you, honey.
April 13, 2014
I didn't know Kenny. I was childhood friends (and still am) with Jeanette. But I could tell from how she spoke of him -- and the great love he had for her -- that he was a wonderful and amazing man. All humanity suffers a bit when someone of his nature and spirit departs, but it is so much made better by his having been here and having brought such joy, love, peace, caring, consistency, and bravery to all of us. Godspeed Kenny
April 13, 2014
Kenny-san and I were brothers in every way except paternal. We shared stage left, tour buses, hotel rooms, our love for Hawaii, our love for touring and more than a few of life's highs and lows. I learned much from him and he from I. He had a heart bigger than his stature. I'll bet he's keeping some pretty cool company in the great gig in the sky. He will be missed dearly in our world.
April 13, 2014
Kenny, you are missed more than I can say. You taught me so many things, and made me a better person, every day. I only wished you could have stayed a little longer to enjoy the view of Puget Sound, and the Olympic Mountains. I think of you every day. You will never be forgotten.
April 13, 2014
The greatest boss anyone could ever ask for.
The greatest mentor anyone could hope to work with. He had the best set of ears a sound guy could ever have,he heard everything
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