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Peter Kas

Grand Rapids, Michigan

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Kas, Peter Kentwood, MI Peter Kas, age 95, went to be with his Lord and Savior on Sunday, August 11, 2019, with his family by his side. Peter proudly served in the Army during WWII. He was preceded in death by his son, Myron Kas; grandson, Harry Lodenstein; daughter-in-law, Sue Kas; and his...

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Glenda, Brad, Lenore and the rest of the Kas family--I am very sorry for the loss of Pete. Some of my earliest childhood memories involve many happy hours playing at the 76th Street farm with Glenda and David, in the barn; in the basement with the toy closet under the stairs and in those upstairs dorm bedrooms, one for the girls and one for the boys where we set up elaborate Barbie homes. Always much fun when all the families (Kas, Thornton, Deemter, Nykamp, Post, etc.) got together to...

Dave:
Please accept my condolences on the loss of your father.

Dearest family members of Pete Kas,
Our hearts, thoughts and especially our prayers are with you all in the loss of your loved one but may you find comfort in knowing that Pete is resting peacefully in the arms of dear Lord and Savior.
We have known the Kas family since the early 60's and have fond memories over these many years for our son married his daughter and through this marriage we became one big family and have found memories over 60 some years! We will continue to keep you...

Dear Pete, We are so sorry to read of your Grandpa's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time of sadness. Love, Julie and Dick

I have fond memories of Pete, especially back in his laundry mat days. I'll kinda miss him. Knowing he his now healthy and happy is a blessing to hold on to. Love you guys, John and Shinny

Growing up with the Kas family was a thrill for me. Our families were good friends. Bringing back memories I have known the Kas family since the 60's and all throughout my life. Remembering the times in the winter, Pete would open up his hay field on Saturdays for playing snowmobile polo with all their friends and families. Pete and Lenora would open up their home after the Polo games for a big meal. I remember all our families and friends going camping with the Kas's. Oh, the crazy things...

Sorry for the loss for your families, will be praying for you in the days and weeks to come for Peace and comfort. John & Kim Langlois

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To each and everyone of you in the family,,,So Sorry for the loss of your loved one,,,,In our thoughts and Prayers,,,,,,,,,