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Kenneth M Vereb

Everett, Washington

Dec 26, 1937 – Dec 7, 2016


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Evergreen Funeral Home and Cemetery Obituary

Kenneth M. Vereb, age 78 passed away December 7th at Harborview Medical Center from injuries that he sustained in an automobile accident on November 24th on Camano Island. Ken was born and went to school in Roslyn, Washington. He joined the army when he completed high school and returned to...

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I just learned of the very sad news. In 1984, I sold Ken and his friends their first Mariner Season Tickets in the Kingdome. There was no greater fan!

To My friend and former co-worker Ken.....You will be so missed. Your kindness and support helped me weather many storms. I think of you often. Condolences to the Vereb family. He was a fine person.

To Ken's friends...he was laid to rest yesterday on his 80th birthday. When we arrived at Evergreen, there was the most beautiful flower arrangement from his Arizona friends with a baseball ornament. That was very emotional for us but in a good way. Thank you so much. For those who may have thought that Kenny didn't have a full life, they didn't know his large group of friends. We know how you stood by him, even these last years when things were getting so difficult for him. You are all...

Happy 79th Birthday Coach I just made plane and hotel reservations yesterday for spring training in March It won't be the same without you but we'll toast you and talk about all the great times we've had in Arizona and back home here . Thanks for being a good friend to me and my family and to my dog Buster . RIP my friend

We will miss you this year for spring training. You were a great friend Coach. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.

R.I.P. Ken
My condolences to the Vereb Family and Arden...

Oh our wonderful friend.. so special and loving and kind. You are in our hearts and souls forever, you are and will be missed. With much love til we meet again!
Jake & Susie Huffman

Miss you Kenny. Will always remember our time at the PAO. I still have a note you wrote me 18 years ago. It was so beautifully written from a guy with the biggest heart. Rest peacefully my friend.

Kenny was the best. I am so saddened to hear of his passing. He brought laughter and terrible penmanship into our workplace. Rest well, my dear friend.