I was unable to attend the funeral but wanted to say how sorry I am for your loss. I saw Ken at Walmart this past summer and he told me a funny story about one of his golf games. It was a "Ken moment" I will cherish. He was a good man, I will miss him.
June and Family, I am so very sorry to hear about Ken passing. We had such good times playing golf together on Tuesdays,he was such a joy to be around always with a smile. He and Harold are probably having a good game right now. My prayers are with you and your family. Blessings, Pearl
So sorry to read this. He was such a nice guy. You are in our thoughts.
Randy and Kathy Prange
Just wanted to reach out with our sincere sympathy.
The family of Marty De Vriend
Thinking of all if you during this difficult and sad time. Many, many fond memories of fun times spent with the entire Preder family.
June and family. My sincerest sympathy for the loss of your husband and father. I never realized that it was Kenneth that I met one day while visiting your daughter's grave. He was doing work in the cemetery and didn't realize I was there paying my respects for his daughter. I so vividly recall when you lost your daughter Dawn and how I shared your grief. I too had a daughter named Dawn Marie and thought about how I would have felt to lose her. I do hope and pray that you all find some consolation in knowing that the family is regrouping on the other side. My prayers go with you during this difficult time. God bless you all.
June and Family, our deepest sympathy to you. We will truly miss Ken on Fridays in our golf league; he always had a good word and smile for all. We will feel his absence.
June & Family; Sorry to hear of the loss of Ken, we will not be able to come to the funeral, but our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Wally& Kathy Senkbeil Wautoma,WI
So sorry to hear of Ken's passing. I enjoyed having him in my Wednesday Silver Sneakers class. Prayers to all the family and friends.
With Deepest Sympathy June and family. Our prayers are with you all. Volleyball pals..Jerry and Joan Bogenschuetz
Sorry to hear about the passing of cousin Kenneth. Gone to soon to join his father, mother, and brother in heaven. May God give you peace during this time, and always
My deepest sympathy to you and the whole family. I will always remember Ken and you playing cards together while he was receiving his chemo. I loved the gentle banter between the two of you. You were so blessed to have had his love for so long. I hope the memories of his love will live in your heart forever. I will always remember him. Fondly,
Enjoyed playing pickleball with Ken. My condolences. Lou Mallmann
June, I'm sorry to hear that Ken had died. I worked with him at Plastcs. He was a good guy.
June, We were saddened to read about Ken's passing. May you find comfort in the many memories of your life with Ken. He was a special man.