Kenneth H. Dahlberg


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Kenneth H. Dahlberg, aviator, entrepreneur and patriot, passed away at age 94. Ken grew up on a 120-acre farm near Wilson, Wisconsin. While the Federal Land Bank was busy foreclosing on the family farm, Ken graduated from Harding High School in 1935 and went to work washing pots and pans in the...

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Dear Mrs. Dahlberg and Family,
I had the honor of working on your home in Carefree and have fond memories of Mr. Dahlberg during the process of construction and after ya'll moved in. I am now a high school teacher of Architecture & Engineering and think of the Dahlbergs often. Today I was talking to my students about the construction of your home and Googled your name. I am so sorry to hear of Mr. Dahlberg's passing.
Hugs to all,
Joseph Percevecz

On October 4, 2011, Ken Dahlberg, my Dad, greased another landing. It was night but the dawn was coming on the horizon. The clear sky was full of stars in their constellations, like angels in formation watching in anticipation. As he began his approach his instrument panel glowed brightly, accentuating that familiar gleam in his eye. He smiled. Suddenly, the radio crackled, "N151KD, you are cleared for landing, well done thou good and faithful servant."
That gleam in his eye....

Dear BJ, Nancy, Dede and Jeff,
I was sorry to hear the sad news about Ken and I extend my deepest sympathy to you. I lived with your family while attending the Minnesota School of Business and have pleasant memories of all of you.

I would like to send my condolances to the Dahlberg family. My father worked for Ken many years ago and I did too, briefly. I knew DeDe in grade school. After losing my father in 2006 and my mother 10/8/2011 I empathize with your family.

Dear Betty and Jeff,
I am so sorry for your loss. I loved Ken,I loved Dahlberg Electronics and Miracle Ear. Because of Ken I was able to provide a wonderful upbringing for my son and complete my U of M degrees. Because of Ken I was able to travel the country, meet wonderful people and maintain some lasting friendships. How I enjoyed his occassional phone calls checking up on his team members from the 80"s. And how I enjoyed sending him Poinsettia's at Christmas. You will really...

I worked for Mr. Dahlberg in 1964-'65 in Golden Valley. He was a wonderful, kind man to work for. I still have his letter of recommendation he wrote for me to get a job at Lockheed in California where I met my husband. We just celebrated our 44th anniversery.

I had the pleasure of knowing and working with Ken since the late 60s. He was kind, compassionate, caring, with a wonderful sense of humor. I enjoyed our 1 on 1 meetings. He showed me the way to earn a decent living while helping the hearing impaired. One of the biggest thrills of my life was receiving the Kenneth H. Dahlberg award in 2007. My deepest sympathies go out to Betty, Jeff and the entire family. Ken keep your flight plan close & straight. We will miss you.

Dear BJ, Dede, Nancy and Jeff,

Chris and I are saddened to hear of Ken's passing. With fond memories of Ken and all the Dahlbergs (when all of us were a bit younger) we will be thinking of you in the days ahead. Godspeed

Your memories will always remembered from the QB's since my time in the 60's. He was a fine person to have known! Bob Bartholomay