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Kenneth L. Maltby Obituary
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October 23, 2018

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March 6, 2018
Such a surprise to hear of Kent's passing. Janet and I spent a lot of time with Kent hanging out in ice arenas in Wisconsin and Illinois when our boys played ice hockey at Arrowhead High School. Kent was always willing to help the coaches to do what was needed. I was privledged to know Kent and his wonderful family. Janet and I offer our deepest sympathy to Linda and your wonderful family that you two created. Our prayers are with you !
March 4, 2018
Kent was a beloved member of the Pleasant View School staff. We all remember him shaking his head and giving the look. His enthusiasm made events like Prom, Camp, Special Olympics, staff holiday parties, gatherings at Maltby's Tap, Administrators and Supervisors Council (ASC) Board meetings, ASC luncheons, and Milwaukee Area Teacher Association luncheons (to name just a few) more fun. Watching him dance at the ASC parties was a treat for all. His always encouraged others to get involved and did more than his share in every activity. If you needed help Kent had a suggestion or a helping hand. He lent me his school administrator course books so I could study to pass the administrator's test when I applied for my first Supervisor position. We shared many stories of the trials and joys of both raising five children while being school administrators and both being thankful for our spouse's support. Our hair didn't get grey early to be fashionable. I greatly admired his strong faith in God and involvement in the Church. He was a shining example of a man of God. Bless his soul and bless the entire Maltby family. God's blessings and strength to you Linda as you face this great loss. My prayers are with you.
March 3, 2018
My long-time friend for the past fifty years will be dearly missed by me and so many others who had the good fortune to know him. Kent and I met during the first day of orientation for new teachers at Boca Raton High School. Kent and I became good friends from that day on. After our second year of teaching, during our summer break, we traveled together to a dozen countries in Europe for a most memorable vacation. Kent became my best man when I married Joni. Although Kent moved back to Wisconsin just a few years after our meeting, we stayed in touch with him and his lovely wife Linda all these years. Matter of fact, Kent visited us a few months ago in Florida. As always, we had the best time together. Kent was my senior by six years, and I always respected him and learned from him. Kent, I will truly miss you, and I thank you for being my good friend all these years.
March 2, 2018
Cousin Kent will be missed dearly by all who knew him. He loved to camp at the Calumet Country Park, of which his Grandfather, Charles Maltby, was one of its founders. Kent was caretaker of the monument honoring the founders. I will miss him, his sense of humor, and his passion for family history. My thoughts and prayers are with his family at this sad time.