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Kenneth Rash

Newark, Delaware

Aug 9, 1934 – Dec 1, 2019 (Age 85)


August 9, 1934
December 1, 2019


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R.T. Foard & Jones, Inc. Obituary

Kenneth Rash of Newark, DE, age 85, passed away Sunday, December 1, 2019. Kenneth was born on August 9, 1934 in Newark, DE to the late Brack and Luna Rash. Mr. Rash was a graduate of Newark High School and the University of Delaware in Newark, DE and while he was in college he joined the U.S....

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It was very sad to read of the passing of my friend Ken Rash. He and I had many great days working at Avon. We both worked up the ranks to become Division Sales Managers. He was a friendly competitor who was loved and highly respected by everyone. My deepest sympathy to the Rash family. May he rest in peace.

I got to spend some memorable vacations with Ken in Europe, the Caribbean, and the US. He was kind to everyone and always had a smile on his face. I was lucky to be able to spend good times with him and I will surely miss him.

Oh, how Ken will be missed! We were good friends for over thirty-five years. As avid lovers of tennis, we frequently enjoyed discussing matches played on tv. I often visited Ken at his NJ Shore home and at his winter retreat in Naples, FL; the latter being a haven for him to continuously play tennis. Ken had a sharp mind and since we were like minded on social and political issues never had an argument during our long friendship. He enriched my life!

So sorry to hear of Ken's passing....he was my Division Manager many years ago with Avon in New Jersey. Ken was a real "people person" and a terrific manager -- I'll miss his laugh -- he was a great guy!

Praying for peace and comfort for the family as you go through this time of mourning

We will all miss you Dad. We cherish the memories we have all had together as a family. Thank you for giving me an amazing husband and friend. We love you!

He will be sorely missed! He welcomed me into his family with open arms. Not immediately though. I still remember what he said to me when I first met him. Apparently it was his M.O.. He put me on the spot and asked what my intentions were with his granddaughter. I guess the answer to that question is crystal clear after 3 kids and over five years of marriage later. You will always hold a special place in our hearts!

So sorry to hear of Kens passing. Loved playing tennis with Ken. I have many fond memories of this wonderful man. Rest in peace my friend.

thanks for the great memories we had together at Avon. Will miss you. Dick Bareuther