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  • "Dad, we celebrate your wonderful life on the 96th..."
    - Marisa Curran
  • "Querido tio, te quiero y te extraño, siempre te recordare"
    - patricia cantu
  • "We always enjoyed our chats whenever we met. Dominic and..."
  • "Mi queridísimo tio, te recuerdo siempre y te mando un beso..."
  • "Se le recuerda con mucho cariño a mi tío Harry"
    - Pedro Agüera
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LT. COL. USAF (Retired)

Harry T. Kenney, Lt. Col. USAF Retired, passed away at age 95 on Thursday, June 21, 2012 at San Antonio's Northeast Methodist Hospital. Born in Chicago, Illinois, son of the late Henry Thomas Kenney, Sr. and Agnes Quinlan Kenney, Col. Kenney served with the United States Army Air Corps during WW II in the China, Burma, India Theater of War. Col. Kenney received a bachelor's degree in Business Administration from the Mexico City College and a Masters Degree from the Air War College. He worked in international trade for several U.S. corporations as export manager and sales engineer in Latin America and the Caribbean; ran his own export business in Mexico, and later went to work for the U.S. Government in Chicago and Washington, DC. Col. Kenney moved to Schertz, TX in 1990. A member of the Roman Catholic faith, Col. Kenney is survived by his wife of 62 years, Maria Luisa Kenney (neé López Laso) of Schertz, TX, daughter Marisa Kenney (John Charles) Curran of Burke, VA; sons Kevin P. Kenney of Mexico City, MX and Brian A. Kenney of Arlington, VA; granddaughters Maura P.Curran of Seattle, WA and Caitlin M. Curran of Dover, DE; niece Patricia J. (Johnny) McDougald of Savannah, GA, grandnieces Camille B. McDougald of Arlington, VA and Caroline McDougald (Ryan) Levenson of Knoxville, TN, and relatives on the López Laso side of the family throughout Mexico. Graveside Service at 11 a.m., Monday, November 26, 2012 at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia. Family and friends will honor Col. Kenney and celebrate his life on the day marking the 96th anniversary of his birth.
You are invited to sign the electronic guestbook at www.schertzfuneralhome.com

Published in The Washington Post on Nov. 11, 2012