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CARPENTER, Kenneth P. Of Saugus, formerly of Danvers, January 23. Co-founder of Silver Shears Barber Shop in Marblehead. Loving husband of Diane (Politano) Carpenter with whom he shared 39 years of marriage. Loving father of Kenneth Carpenter & his wife Stacey of Georgetown. Cherished...

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A wonderful, kind, gentle and entertaining man. We will all miss him.

Doug Burgess

So very sad to learn of Ken's passing today-his kind and gentle manner, wonderful sense of humor, intense fascination to learn by reading and discussing those books, kept me returning to him as my barber for 25 years-what an amazing and special man we have lost...he was not only an amazingly talented barber, but also a very gifted artist. His paintings of James Dean, Elvis and, his favorite subjects, his grand daughters, were truly fine works of art. My heart goes out to his family and know...

rest in peace kenny, we will always hold close to our hearts, our family vacations in N.H. he was such a good natured, easy going guy. you will be missed

I will miss this kind and gentle and caring man who was devoted to his family and his work. Kenny immersed himself and was an authority on the things he loved - music, movies, literature and antique cars. His quiet presence and easy nature were a unique gift to all who knew him.
I'm very lucky to have been a small part of his life.

Our condolences to the family and friends. Keep close in mind and heart all the fond and fun memories of him and reflect on them often. Look to the God of comfort and he will sustain you.

Our deepest condolences. Your Dad was a really great man and admired by all. My husband as well as my son went to Silver Shears for many years. May he Rest In Peace surrounded by angels.

In my mind he will always be 16, the two of us sharing a room with a wall that he plastered with pictures of James Dean. He will continue to do a fine imitation of Elvis, and do it often. And every day he will be listening to the sounds of doo-wop. On Mondays hell be golfing at Kernwood Country Club because thats the day caddies get to play, and he is a good player. Rest well, my dear brother. You will always live in my memory, forever young. Love you.