Timothy-Kenyon-Obituary

Timothy Kenyon

Carlisle, Pennsylvania

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Timothy William Kenyon, of Carlisle, entered a Greater Life on Wednesday, January 30, 2019 at his residence. He was born February 25, 1940 in Cleveland, OH, the youngest son of the late Rev. Felix D. and Agnes V. Kenyon. Tim attended South High School in Cleveland, OH and the Cuyahoga Community...

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I love and miss you Dad. So wish I could be there in person to share this time with my brothers and sister and wonderful mom. Judy and Mike

I wish to express my sincere sympathy to Tim's Family on the loss of your Husband & Father. And to let you know how much I admired him. I met Tim in 1985 and worked closely with him for many years. He was always a perfect Gentleman, a model Employee of IBM, thoughtful and kind, Honorable, a calming influence in business meetings, and a great Teacher of those traits and skills. I'll be thinking of him often... until we meet again.

Sorry your loss. May God continue to be with you.

Sorry to hear of Tim's passing. You have been great neighbors forever. Thoughts and prayers for the family during these difficult times.

SO SORY TO HEAR ABOUT TIMS PASSING YOU GUYS HAVE BEEN SUPER NEIGHBORS FOR EVER.IF YOU NEED HELP WITH ANYTHING LET ME KNOW. TIM AND PATTI WEBER

My heart is saddened at Tim's passing. Tim became family when he married my cousin Joan in the 60s. To me he became a good friend. We had many wonderful times together back in Ohio. He will be truly missed. May god bless Joan and her family.

I have a great memory of my Uncle Tim, we spent some time at his house, with Aunt Joan, Timmy and Bradley, had a wonderful time and so glad was able to have that time with him and the family. Will miss you dearly!!! Love always niece Paulette

We are deeply saddened by Tim's passing and our thoughts and prayers of comfort go out to Joan and the Kenyon family.

To all the Kenyon family you should all know Tim was one of the really good guys. We worked together for many years at IBM and I come to appreciate his wisdom and friendship on the job and his always out stretched hand to offer help and assistance. May he rest in peace and may God bless you all.