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September 26, 2013
I remember Ken during my time on the USS John C. Stennis. He was probably the most professional and friendly guy I have ever known. I think I will always remember his sense of humor and that smile, His willingness to take time out of his busy schedule to mentor the junior sailors. While I didn't work directly with you Ken I remember seeing you at the PC meetings. Your loss is truly felt across the Navy in all communities and in this case on the other side of the world. The Navy and the world are a lesser place without you in it but I am glad to have known you brother.... God bless you and keep you....

USS Nimitz on deployment in the Red Sea
September 26, 2013
I don't think I had the pleasure of knowing Shipmate Hensley, and that is my loss. We mourn his passing, and pray God's healing Grace flow over all who knew him. For all of you whose lives he touched, you carry a part of him with you forever - in your hearts and in your memories. Remember - always remember. And look forward to the day we are all reunited, when we transfer to the Staff of the Supreme Commander.

Am. Legion Post 18 / FRA Branch 261 Chaplain sends.
September 26, 2013
It has been an honor knowing you not only as a shipmate onboard USS John C. Stennis but knowing you as a friend. We have shared so many stories together either during deployment or on our duty days but the most I will remember and miss about you is your infectious smile, your kindness, your demeanor, and most important of all how you treated your Sailors that are under you. I thank God for knowing such a great person of your caliber and I know he is with you now. Thank you for your friendship and brotherhood. May you Rest In Peace and in Gods presence and glory.
September 26, 2013
Kenny dear friend and LPO on the J.C.Stennis you have touched many hearts of several junior sailors and even senior sailors. You will always be remembered as the one who would give a mile to everyone but would only tale an inch for yourself. You always kept the junior sailors in check. Thank you for being the LPO you were as well as someone that was able to be easily talked you.
September 26, 2013
I first met Kenny when I was his instructor at Advanced Calibration School in Biloxi, MS in 2006. I later had the pleasure of serving with him aboard the USS John C. Stennis. He was always a great friend and co-worker. When I retired from the Navy in 2010 I asked him to sponsor my retirement ceremony to which of course, he agreed. He helped make a special day for me even better. I will never forget you shipmate, you touched my life and I am better for it.

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No other Memorial Day has meant so much... you are truly the reason for the day. Your bright spirit shining through <3 What a great son
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