Kenneth Jay Maneval

Bellingham, Washington


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A lifetime Whatcom County resident, Ken was born in Bellingham to Norman and Mary Maneval. A proud veteran, he served in the United States Marine Corps. He worked for a long time as a Longshoreman, Local 7. Survivors include Ken's three children, Kevin Maneval, Kyle Maneval, and Kelly (Don)...

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Kelly, Kevin, Kyle and Kathy,
I was very sorry to learn of Ken's passing. He and I had become acquainted over 70 years ago while we were in the 2nd grade at Birchwood Grade School and had remained in contact throughout the years since.
Ken and I had progressed through the Bellingham school system, graduating in 1955. During our senior year in high school we joined the Navy Reserve together. A year and a half after high school we enlisted in The Marine Corps (after watching the...

Kelly and family We are so sorry for the loss of your father. I loved that he called my brother Don.. Duck. Funny and such a sweet man. He will be missed.

Darlene and Steve

To my dear cousin, Kathy, and all of the family. We will miss Kenny so much. He was such a fun, sincere, and loving person. There are many, many friends and relatives that opened their arms to greet him when he arrived. My love to you, Kenny. Marilyn Morrissey Lampman

Ken was one of my dads best friends,
He was such a nice man. I will be out of town and unable to attend his service. My thoughts are with his friends and family at this difficult time.
Karen Ringenbach Picht

Our parents were friends in Bellingham for many years.
Ken & Kathy my sister and I spent a lot of time together
through the 40's and 50's..We lived within walking distance from each other..I especially remember visiting his aunt's farm...learning to milk a cow and playing in the hay loft. Much fun for a "city" girl....I was ten at the time. I saw him last on my 75th birthday. in 2010...My thoughts are with his family.

I will miss my best friend much. My prayers go to kens familyI'm so sorry that I will be unable to attend the services. GOD BLESS

Sincere condolences to all the family; may all your pleasant memories help guide you through the ensuing months and years. Ken was a wonderful person, our families were friends starting in the 1930s. Rest well, Ken, and God's Speed.

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