Condolence & Memory Journal

I just heard of Ken's passing. Ken really was a baseball fan and was involved for years with the Mudhens. My sympathy goes out to his family and friends. Ken was a good person with a great sense of humor. R.I.P my friend.

Posted by Maggie Andrea - Cuyahoga Falls, OH - Friend   January 26, 2018

Although I met Kenneth many years ago through a mutual Friend, I did not get to know him well until we started talking at the Stow Ohio American Legion. I found him to be a great person, and somebody who loved baseball as much or more than I do. I thoroughly enjoyed his many stories of his playing and especially his umpiring days. I also admired how strong his marriage to Renee was. He was proud of her and we were all proud of his Military Service! I was stunned to hear of his passing and he will be deeply missed, but I know he will likely be umpiring a ball game in Heaven soon! My Prayers and Sympathies to Renee and all of his/their Families.....God Bless!!

Posted by Charles Chilton - Kent, OH - friend   January 22, 2018

Offering my sincere condolences for the loss of your love one. May you find comfort in knowing that those who die God keeps in his memory. Psalms 116:76

Posted by L - St. Petersburg, FL   January 20, 2018

I am here for you reene

Posted by Ulla Myers - Kent, OH - Friend   January 19, 2018

Candle

We were pals in High School and served in the Army 101st Airborne together. Kenny talked me into it and I always reminded him of that (in a good way). We lost contact after I moved to Fl. but when we touched base a few times over the years, it was like we never parted. RIP Kenny.

Posted by Robert "Bart" Bartholomew - Coral Springs, FL - Classmate   January 18, 2018

I will miss you so very much!

Posted by Jacque Barnes - St. Petersburg, FL - Family   January 18, 2018