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Kenneth O'Dell

Montgomery County, Ohio

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Family-Placed Obituary O'DELL, Kenneth E. ''Ken'' ''Digger'' Age 70 of West Carrollton went to be with his Lord, Sunday, May 28, 2006. A 1953 graduate of Northridge HS, he worked over 21 years for NCR, sang with the Gospel Mariners for 4 years, and counseled countless families over 21...

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Dear Alice,
I remember meeting you some years ago now with your husband, Kenny, who was a very special man. I remember Kenny was very entertaining and I believe he played guitar. I was married to one of his classmates from North Ridge at that time, Tom Haendel, who played bass violin and they were friends.
We pray that you will keep close to the Lord through your loss.
I am Barbara Sautter's sister from Hope Lutheran Church and where we grew up and remember Bob also. ...

My most sincere sympathy and understanding for your loss. Kenny was there for my family when my husband Bobby passed away 2 years ago in June 2004, helping us tremendously at the funeral home and I so appreciated his love for his half-sister Donna Schneider, my mother-in-law, when she was in the hospital and hospice in 2004 / 2005. He wanted to be certain her heart was right with the Lord Jesus Christ. He was a testimony to the Lord in all that I saw in his life and knowing that he has now...

To Alice And family: Ken was truly a man of God and a Joy to work with many years ago with SCI. He was always an inspiration and a joy to be with. Alice, as I said on the phone, I have been praying for you and family ever since he called me several weeks ago and told me his condition. God bless you all. Yes, he is truly in heaven now singing in the angelic choir with my deceased wife JoAnn. Love forever Ben

Ken was always a great high-school friend who loved to entertain all of those around him with humor, music and caring. Having had the honor to see him at reunions, it was very enjoyable to see that his love and caring for all continued to be endless.
With deepest respect,Lou Lucas

Our sympathy to you and your family in the passing of Kenny.

I'm sure if we met on the street we would not know one another, but we are relatives, though distant. My grandmother,MaggieBilling was related to Rachel, though I'm not sure how. She always regarded the O'Dell's as friends as well as family.

In her honor, and as a member of the "Billing" clan, it is wih deepest sympathy that we send our regards.

It's nice to know kenny...