Ken Parks

Youngstown, Ny, New York

Jan 28, 1954 - Aug 2, 2014

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..... Our purpose in life is brief. Ken made the best of it. May the Force be with you Ken.

So brief is our purpose in life.

My dearest condolences to the Ken Parks family. I was a friend from the past, back in the youthful days of living in Kaisertown. Ken was a spirited friend and old soul that I knew through my college years. We parted ways long ago and were never able to reconnect. I am happy he found a rich life, became a lawyer and shared his passions in music, loving relationships, and in the entertainment industry. Peace be with him. I will always remember him whenever I listen to Eric Clapton.

You will be truly missed ken. Rip love justen patty Jr arthur and miguel..

It was a pleasure to meet you and the rest of your family. As we said, we lost contact with Ken, but he was always a friend to us. My husband had the pleasure of going to college with him, and we both had the pleasure of traveling and sharing many memories with him many years ago. He was our "Best Man" for our wedding 37 yrs. ago. He had a great sense of humor and could always make you laugh. He will be dearly missed. Rest in peace Kenny, and we'll always love you.

To a great cousin, friend and mentor. Miss you buddy!!!

I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family.

Jinny, so sorry to hear of kens passing. Everyone at zion presbyterian will miss his smile and presence. He was to young to die, but we know absent from the body, present with the Lord. And we know we will see him again when we all get to heaven. He's probably needed up there to coordinate the choir and music there. May God comfirt you and your family.
Susana and Andy Lazarou

Hi Jinny, I don't know if you remember me, we haven't seen in each other in years but I was one of Ken's friends from college and California. I just learned of his passing from my mother who still lives in Buffalo. I am so sorry for you and your children's loss. I got to see Ken in NY after so many years and he was still the same guy from so many years ago. I live in Brooklyn and I know your children are in NYC so please if there is anything I can do to help please let me know. Sending my...

So sorry for your loss, Jinny


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Ken Parks, age 60, passed away Saturday, August 2, 2014 in Santa Clarita, CA due to heart problems. He was born January 28, 1954 in Buffalo, NY to Leonard and Stella (Cyrek) Parks. He was a resident of Youngstown, NY.Ken was co-president and CEO of CouldB Entertainment with 31 years experience in...

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