It was a privilege to meet and visit with your father. He lived an incredible life. You are in my thoughts.
Bye, Ken. It was so nice knowing you.
I'll never forget you or the laughs we shared and the good times.
We loved getting to know your dad over the years, Ken. He was a special person to many who loved him. You and your family are in our prayers.
I only knew Ken for a short time, however, during those visitation times I had wonderful conversations with him. He loved visitors and loved to talk. We discussed many topics especially horses. I will always remeber his humor and his expressed admiration of his children and his sweethearts.
Merilee Kleiber, Hospice Volunteer
Dad was an amazing man, strong, honest, and charming. I will always love him.
Bye Captain Sanger ~ You brought joy into my life with your U.S. Navy stories. Wish I could have been with you during your PBY days.
Ken was a bright and tough but always fair, honest and generous.
Grandad, will miss your boundless wisdom and character
Sailor, rest your oar.
It was a privilege to know and care for Ken. I am forever grateful to have received a little of the light he carried.
Dear Candy and Jeep and Family.
Your Dad, Grandad was quite a guy.
His great courage and spirit will live on within each of you.
Ken and Family
What a brilliant career and life your father had! I thoroughly enjoyed reading his biography. I'm deeply sorry for your loss. May he rest in peace with his beloved family members who went before him, and his comrades.
Beth and I offer our sincere condolances.
I am honored to have met Ken during my time working @ Luther Park. It is saddening to hear of his passing but heartening to remember him and to think of his past.
Grandad was a great man in the greatest generation in American history!
avec toute la sympathie d'Odile et Eric
With deep respect for a life full of devotion, commitment and service to family and community.
In our thougths we are with him and his family.
Judith and Martin
with Johannes, Markus and Christopher
(Hamburg, Zürich, Seattle, St. Andrews)
I had not seen Ken for many years, but my memories of him and his family are some of my cherished. What a true honor to have known this great man.