Kenneth Joel Hardin

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Kenneth Joel

November 13, 1983
-" March 25, 2011

Ken was suddenly taken from us on Friday, March 25, 2011, as a result of a car accident. Ken was born on November 13, 1983 in Ramstein AFB, Germany. Ken was the loving son of Ken D. and Doreen Hardin,
Blanchard, Idaho and Tammy Wilkins, Cheyenne, Wyoming and brother of Jennifer Hardin McCulluch of Tacoma, Washington and Josh Hardin of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Ken came to Idaho with his family in 1999, prior to that he lived in Sheridan, Wyoming; Cheyenne, Wyoming and Dillingham, Alaska. Ken had a big, kind hear t and was loved by all. Ken had many names; in high school his friends called him "Bari" because he played the baritone saxophone, his dad called him "Dude", Gram called him "Buds", and many called him "Joel". Ken enjoyed his time with family, friends and his toys. He loved the outdoors and could be found on the ski runs, in the mountains or on his boat. Ken graduated from Post Falls High School in 2002. He later excelled in sales and made many friends with his charm. Ken had many loves in his life, which included his corvette, truck and anything mechanical, but his most recent and greatest love was Cassidy Ziegler. Ken is survived by his parents, Ken D. and Doreen Hardin of Blanchard, Idaho and Tammy Wilkins of Cheyenne, Wyoming, brother, Josh Hardin of Cheyenne, Wyoming, sister, Jennifer Hardin McCulluch of Tacoma, Washington, grandmother, Nona Vincent of Post Falls, Idaho, grandfather, Don Wilkins of Cheyenne, Wyoming, girlfriend, Cassidy Ziegler of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, numerous family and friends. He was preceded in death by his grandmother, Pat Wilkins, Cheyenne, Wyoming. The family has planned a private service. In memory, donations can be made to Kootenai Humane Society, 11600 North Ramsey Road, Hayden, ID 83835. Please sign Ken's guest registry and view online memorial at

Published in Spokesman-Review from Mar. 30 to Mar. 31, 2011