Kenneth R. Asay Jr.
1943 - 2021
July 2, 1943
February 15, 2021

Kenneth R. Asay Jr.

July 2, 1943-February 15, 2021

There will be no services for Kenneth R. Asay Jr., 77, of Bettendorf. Kenneth passed away on Monday, February 15, 2021 at Genesis Medical Center - East Campus, Davenport.

McGinnis-Chambers Funeral Home is assisting family with arrangements.

Kenneth was born on July 2, 1943 in Lemore, CA, the son of Kenneth and Marietta (Scharff) Asay. He married Sue Unwin on October 19, 1963 in LeClaire, Iowa. He worked as a pipefitter for Alcoa for 39 years, retiring in 2001.

He was an avid golfer, he enjoyed fishing on Johnson Lake in Minnesota, woodworking and eating breakfast at Jimmy's Pancake House.

He is survived by his wife; Sue, of Bettendorf, daughter; Stefanie (Todd) Rohler and their children, Brock (Riley) Rohler, Cade Rohler, son; Jeff (Michelle Johnson) Asay and his children, Lauren Asay and Logan Asay, sister; Marlene (Thomas) McCullough and nephews: Dennis Wood and Chris Wood.

He was preceded in death by his parents and brother; Brad Asay.

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Published by Quad-City Times on Feb. 17, 2021.
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Sue, so sorry to see Ken's obit in the paper. It wasn't long ago that Phil & I saw you two having breakfast at Hyvee. We are currently in Fla., not sorry to ge missing the snow & cold back there. We offer our sympathies, with memories of basketball at the old LeClaire high school!!Those were good days.
Ginny (holst) Corwin
February 19, 2021
So sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.
Carol King
February 18, 2021
So very sorry for your loss!
Fran Ault
February 18, 2021
So sorry for your loss.
Linda Fleming
February 17, 2021
to sue and the rest of the asay family, please allow my deepest condolences on ken's passing. I will miss him especially when I have breakfast at jimmy's and when golfing. he was a good friend and a man to be admired.
doug butler
February 17, 2021