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February 14, 2020
I knew Ken from a couple of different groups we were in together, and his wit and intelligence always shone through. Such a sweet man, and I'll miss him dearly.
February 14, 2020
I loved this man. Loved him. He was the best teacher ever. He made time for me. Latin class was more like hanging out with a wise mentor than a class. More than 20 years after high school has ended, I still think of him often. I love him and will miss him dearly. I often tell my students, whether they are 12 or 22, "NO DISCLAIMERS!" And every time, I credit my wise Latin teacher. It's the best advice anyone has ever given me, and I've tried to pass it along to everyone I know, as it turns out it's advice most of us need. I do my best to emulate his example in my own career in education. The world lost a bright light.
February 11, 2020
Ken sang with me in the Seattle Mens Chorus and was kind enough to offer me a room in his home when I began graduate school at the U.W., after leaving Seattle to start at Indiana U, and deciding to return. He took me sailing several times after we first met on an airplane flight in 1989. And when I ran into him with a bouquet of flowers under my arm on Nov 4, 1989, in front of the soon-to-be Jack's Bistro on 15th, he told me that because of our happy encounter that sunny morning, he was going to name his bistro after me. Kind man, father figure, mentor. Rest in peace.
February 9, 2020
Ken was the senior class advisor at Nathan Hale High School where he also taught Latin. As the class president, Ken provided me empowering guidance in the organization and encouragement for our class activities. I recall our group of officers and committee chairs as an energetic bunch and Ken was a constant, positive and available type of advisor. A compliment to him, decades later, was a noticeable contingent of my classmates (and I) were eager for Ken to attend our 50th high school reunion which occurred a few years ago. I had several pleasant, catch-up conversations with him as we explored the possibility of him attending, but he was unable to do so. During those recent chats, he was as engaged, respectful and kindhearted as he was in those mid-1960s high school times. Ken is someone who has a positive impact on your life.
Dick Callahan, NHHS, Class of 1966
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