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July 18, 2018

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January 9, 2018
I just discovered Mr. Sadick's obituary and am saddened to hear of his passing. I went to grade school with his daughter, Judy. I loved sports, and Mr. Sadick coached a girls' softball team that I played on for several summers. I have always appreciated the fact that he gave his time to provide us with opportunities to play sports in a time when girls had few such opportunities. Now that I know that he played baseball in high school, I better understand how he was so knowledgable about the game and provided us with such professional coaching. Many years later when I coached a girls soccer team, I had even more appreciation for his efforts. I moved to Seattle during high school and having moved back to Phoenix, I wondered it he was still alive. I knew little about his remarkable life until reading his obituary. He was indeed one of the Greatest Generation. I am also sadden to learn that Judy preceded him in death. She was a dear friend with whom I unfortunately lost contact after I moved. (If only we had been able to email or text in those days, we would probably not have lost contact.) I don't know if the family will receive these comments so many months after his funeral, but if so, please know that I share in your loss. With warm regards, Betsy Hollingsworth
September 20, 2017
I am greatly saddened to learn about Ken's passing. My sincerest condolences to the Sadick Family on your loss.

Like Ken, my father was also a pilot and member of 494th Fighter Squadron of the 48th Fighter Group, 9th Army Air Forces during WWII, but regrettably, at different times. So, they did not know each other.

However, my Dad and I had the pleasure of first meeting Ken at a P-47 Thunderbolt Pilots Assn reunion in Savannah, SC in 1997. Later, I corresponded with him. Ken was a fine man.

It goes without saying that he was wonderful husband, father and friend to many who knew him. He will be greatly missed, but never, ever forgotten.

I am trying to write a history of Ken's WWII fighter squadron. When you have the opportunity, please contact me, as I would greatly enjoy and appreciate talking to you about Ken's wartime experiences.

In the meantime, God bless Ken and the Sadick Family.

Sincerely,

"Chip" Purnell
11411 Burr Ridge Lane
Eden Prairie, MN 55347
E-mail address: [email protected]
Cell phone #(612)-889-5242
Home phone #(952)-829-5707
September 3, 2017
I worked at Dean Davidson during my college years and after in the mid to late 70s. Ken was a wonderful man to be around and when I moved to Seattle he told me some stories from his younger days living there. The whole Davidson clan, Ken, Norma & Bud were so very good to me and they helped me become the adult I am today through working with them all. Thank you and God bless you Ken (and Norma).
September 2, 2017
Kenny was a kind,sweet, loving and very generous to his children and family. It was such a pleasure to have known him and shared some of his stories. He even shared a baseball card with me. I will truly miss him and his flirtatious ways. Dolores Payne