“Dad it is hard to believe that it has been a week since we lost you. You have given me strength to do things I never thought was possible. I will miss the long talks we would have over coffee. I will never stop fighting and will continue to make you proud. I love you and I always will. The last few days have been hard but I know I can do this. I have accomplished so much of the last few years. Wish I could have finished my journey before you were gone. I will keep going so you can...
“Rest in peace uncle Kenny xo~Dawn
“We will truly miss the best neighbor we have ever had. Rest in God hands Kenny. From your neighbor Pedro and Bernadette Sanchez and Family.
“R.I.P. KEN. We will miss you. Renae & Jim (Bowling Alley)
“I will miss you, Dad. You will forever be my wisdom, my courage and my strength. You will always be in my heart. I was your Angel ... and now you are mine.
“Rest In Peace Kenny!!
“We will miss you at the bowling alley on Saturday mornings for Special Olympics. Thank You for your help with our kids.
“Kenny rest in peace you will be misses
“The love and cherished memories of our brother Kenny will remain in our hearts forever. Mariyln, you and the family take comfort in knowing that you now have a special guardian angel to watch over you...always. Kenny, we will love you and miss you always and forever. Patti
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Kenneth W. Petersen, 65, of Scottsbluff, died Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2013, at his home. His memorial service will be held at 2 p.m., Monday, Jan. 7, at Dugan-Kramer Funeral Chapel in Scottsbluff with Pastor Ed Hunzeker officiating. Cremation was at Sunset Memorial Park Crematory in Scottsbluff.A...Read More