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Kent L. Jenkins

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

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I only recently heard of Kent's passing and am deeply sorry for your loss. He and I were friends and fellow trumpet players back at Hermitage High School in Richmond, VA. We had lots of laughs and a few adventures in the mid-60's which I remember to this day. He was a wonderful friend back then and even though I lost touch with him many years ago, I nonetheless feel a sense of loss. I know he will be greatly missed by his family and friends. My sincerest condolences.

I am so sorry for your loss. He always came in our office with a smile on his face and kindness in his heart. He was a wonderful person and will be sorely missed. Julie Taylor, Kaman Industrial Technologies, Lakeland

Dear Claudine: I am so sorry for your loss. God Bless and keep you and your family. Love, Ina

Claudine, I am so sorry to hear about Kent. I have been out of town. I truly miss both of you after you moved and appreciated all of Kent advice and help. - Jim Crook, Salem VA

Today, I read that Kent has passed. It is with great sorrow to read this news. Kent was truly a great guy and had a great demeanor at all times. Claudine, I hope that you and the rest of the family are doing as well as you can during this time in life. I remember Kent and the "Time Was" quartet singing "The Old Irish Blessing". May the road rise to meet Kent!!!!

My prayers and sympathy to Kent's family. He was a great person.

Our deepest condolences. David, Kathy, and Julie Meashey, and Laura Fitzpatrick

I knew Kent in the eighties he helped me in my job. He was a find man !!!

I knew Kent through his work and remember him as a talented and kind person with a wonderful sense of humor. I'm sorry to hear of his passing.

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Kent L. Jenkins, 65 of Brandon, Florida and formerly of Roanoke and Richmond, Virginia passed away on Tuesday, May 14, 2013. He was predeceased by his parents, Raymond L. and Elizabeth Jenkins and his brother, Ray (Liz). He is survived by his wife, Claudine Wills Jenkins, sons, Worth (Shelbie),...

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