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July 18, 2018

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November 8, 2015
So sorry for your loss. We love you.
November 1, 2015
I first met Ken when he moved to Boise and bought a house near ours on Locust street. Our parents became good friends. Pursleys were wonderful to babysit for, Ben and Sarah were sweet and charming and Ken and Marcia would come back from an outing laden with cartons and cartons of chinese food or pizza. This was heaven to a skinny teenager who never got full.
The positive impact Ken had on Boise, and individuals lucky enough to know him will be felt for generations.
My heartfelt condolences to his family and friends.

Mary Alice Givens Glen
November 1, 2015
Ken was 'Best Man" at Gay and my wedding. He and Gay was close friends and both worked tirelessly on "The Greenbelt".If Gay is the grandmother of it Ken is most certainly the grandfather.He and Gay were practically inseparable during those years. Life happens and we moved away to follow a career in television. We lost touch over the years but remember him as more than slightly disheveled, a warm smile on his face and a competence so rare as to be near mystical. He as a great friend to all of Idaho.