Kenneth Leroy Alcorn

Eureka, California


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Kenneth Leroy Alcorn

Kenneth Leroy Alcorn died at his home Tuesday, June 9, 2009, due to complications of heart disease. Born in Sanger, California on January 15, 1945, Ken moved to Westhaven with his family at the age of seven. After graduating from Trinidad elementary...

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Cathy and Family,
I am so very sorry for the loss of your Dad. I know you loved him immensely and will miss him always. He must have been a terrific father because you are an awesome person. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
With love,

Our deepest condolences. Ken was a great guy, I have fond memories of working with him. He will surely be missed.
Jim Smith & Family

Carol and family, Carole,Cathy, and Connie, We are so sorry for the passing of Ken, husband and father. Our prayers are with you all. He will be missed by all.

Connie, Carole and family,

So sorry to hear about your Dad. If what wonderful women Connie and Carole are is any indication of his influence, the world will miss him greatly. Much love to you all,

Patrick, Melissa and Aedan (Morrison/Stranahan's)

To Ken's family, I also went to and graduated from Mack High with Ken. I saw him at Safeway when I was delivering my patries to the store. It was always a pleasure to see his smiling face. Very nice obit. My thoughts are with his family.

I am so sorry I couldn't be at the services today. I have many good memories of the time I worked with Ken, and with Connie, His family was always first, as the obituary said so beautifully. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Ken and I went all through school together at Trinidad school and Mack High. There were quite a few of us who went all through school together.
Ken and I walked together at our Mack High graduation.
Please know the family and close friends are in our thoughts and prayers.
Ken will be missed.

So sorry to hear of your loss. He will be missed by many. It was a beautiful obit. for a great guy.

To Ken's family, I went to school with ken from the 5th grade to high school. He was the nicest person and I know he became a good man. I feel sorry for your loss.