I will always remember Uncle Ken. The man who loved to run and lived in beautiful Hawaii. I still have the lei that Uncle Ken and Aunt Pat gave me for my 2000 high school graduation.
I have fond memories of their visits although I had not seen them in many years.
Rest in peace Uncle Ken.
I dreamed that I went to the City of Gold,To Heaven resplendent and fair. And after I entered the beautiful fold, by one in authority there I was told that not a Vermonter was there. We give them the best that the Kingdom provides,they have everything here that they want. But not a Vermonter in Heaven abides: A very brief period here he resides , then hikes his way back to Vermont.
Dear Dad, Happy Birthday. We know that you wanted to be here to celebrate with us. Eric, Kia and I went to the restaurant where we took you not so long ago and we all ordered the same dish you had that day with the pink lemonade too! Written words pale by comparison to the depth of how much I love you and miss you. I watched you fight to stay with us and you did not lose that fight - you passed to us your strength, determination, sense of decency and love. I am honored to be your daughter. Every breath I take, I take for us. You're safe, Dad, and you live within me and every member of your family. Good night, Dad, I love you. Kathy
Uncle Ken was such a special person and a great uncle. I have many memories. He always smiled and loved to drink Moxie. I think they got the name of that drink from him, because that word describes him well. He made us kids feel so special when he came to visit by always taking time to play with us. I too remember the time he came to play with us and crushed the wobbly coffee table. We all laughed. I remember when I went to work in Wells Beach, Maine for the summer after graduating from high school. One day, Uncle Ken and Cousin Phillip just showed up out of the blue. I was so surprised and happy that they drove all the way to Maine to see me. There is a very special place in my heart for Uncle Ken. Today would be his 93rd birthday.
You are my sunshine and I know I'll Be Seeing You.
We are sorry to hear of your lost. Our prayers and thoughts are with you.
Uncle Kenny made the world a better place. He made my life better. One time when he visited we had a coffee table that was broken and we propped it up on all 4 legs and everyone knew that we couldn't put anything heavy on it. He came in to talk with us and sat on the coffee table which toppled. We were horrified but he made us all laugh about it! Another time when he and Cousin Bobby came to visit he brought a bugle and told me to blow it early in the morning to wake up Cousin Bobby. What fun! Thank you for loving us, Uncle Kenny!
Our sympathy to all family. You are in our thoughts. Mary Jo Kiernan
I have fond memories of my Uncle Kenny. He was an original and full of Moxie. Love, Patty