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September 18, 2018

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December 12, 2017
Rallie, I only learned about Ken today. It really saddens me since I have known both of you
socially and professionally for over 40 years.
Both of you have been real friends when I needed you in my ups and downs in life. There is nothing that I can say to take your pain away. Everyone that
has been blessed to know both of you will always remember his smile and friendship which both
of you generated.
December 12, 2017
Rallie

Ia'm so sorry for for your loss,Ken was truly a great man and friend.Would always help the green family anytime we needed it.Will really miss talking to him.I hope you are doing ok.God bless you and your family.






December 12, 2017
Rallie,

I'm so sorry for your lost , My deepest sympathy I went to see you and Ken today , I was shocked customers in the office
told me.
God bless you all at this time.

Lots of love Claudette
December 11, 2017
One of the truly good guys. Rest in Peace Kenny.