Kenneth G. Fountain

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  • "What a sad day that must have been. I have just recently..."
    - Robin (Howard) Bedard
  • "My sincere condolences to the Fountain family. Ken and I..."
    - Johnny Poland Springs
  • "Renee I am so sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to you..."
    - Dawn Bedryczuk/Fiore
  • "Renee Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family..."
    - Madeline Lespier
  • "My thoughts and prayers are with his loved ones. Ken loved..."
    - joan krystopa
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PLAINVILLE - Kenneth G. Fountain, 42, of Plainville, passed away unexpectedly Tuesday, April 23, 2014, at Middlesex Hospital. He was the fiancé of Renee McDermott, who was the love of his life for 11 years.

He was born Sept. 15, 1971, in New Britain son of Wilfred Fountain and Lea (Noack) Fountain. He worked for the city of Middletown's Water Department as a chief plant operator of water treatment. He was formerly employed at Poland Springs in Wallingford and Kry's Pizza in Plantsville.

He is survived by his father, Wilfred Fountain and his wife, Cindi, of Niantic; his mother, Lea Fountain, of Southington; a brother, Joel Fountain, of Wallingford; a sister, Christina Luponio, of Southington; his nieces and nephews, Tatiana and Jordan Fountain, Michael and Stephanie Rose Luponio; and a great-niece, Madison Luponio. He also leaves his two dogs, Sadie-Lee and Buddy-Luv; his cat, Whalley-Critter. He was predeceased by a brother, Peter Fountain; and his dog, Boo Boo. Ken was passionate about trains, he built and assembled his train garden at his home and belonged to his train clubs, Central CT (G) Gaugers and the CT "G" Scalers. He loved to travel the world with his Renee. Kenny was always so loving, kind and friendly to everyone that he knew and will be missed by all those that had the privilege of knowing him.

The funeral was held Monday, April 28, at St. Aloysius Church, 254 Burritt St., Plantsville. Burial will be at the convenience of the family. Donations may be made in his memory to the P & W Railfan Club and Museum Inc., 3 Davis St., Webster, MA 01570. For online condolences and directions please visit
Published in Plainville Citizen on May 1, 2014