“Will miss you, Ken. Hadn't seen you in a few years, but will never forget your laugh!
“Ken....you will be deeply missed.
We all thank you for your lifelong service to our country. I will personally miss talking about football, politics and our crazy family together.
RIP and now A& M has a twelfth man as an angel watching over the team.
“On behalf of all of Ken's numerous friends at the Olsen Field tailgate, we sincerely offer our condolences to his family. His infectious laugh and warm personality will not be forgotten. We will do our best to carry on as he would have wanted. Gig'em Buddy!
“Ken, you will be missed greatly. I am glad I had the pleasure of serving with you in the 420th.
COL John Wise, (ret)
“I had great respect for Ken as a fellow battalion commander and a soldier. I first met him at Texas A&M. I offer my sincere condolences to Ken's family.
“We'll be missing you Kenny. Your cousins, Judy Morris and Mary Scull
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Kenneth Korb passed away in Chicago, Illinois. Obit is featured in Legacy.