We were very sorry to hear about Ken's passing. Ken and his wife Joan were so very loving and helpful to my father, their uncle, running errands and visiting as he grew older, since we lived in Colorado. We will miss Ken's cheery attitude and all his memories and stories. Our sincerest condolences to all the family.
Kandy and Jim Maharas
Heaven has gained another angel. I'll always remember uncle Ken for his contagious humor and song.
He'll be with my mom, his sister, Phyllis and their parents, Ed and Florence.
Rest in Peace.
Uncle Ken was always having a fun filled time! He was dancing Ken at Billie Su’s wedding! He had the voice of an angel and I’m sure is singing in Heaven! Prayers for comfort and peace!
So sorry to hear about Kenny's passing away. Jerry and I both worked with Kenny at MBF and have many warm memories. We also have great memories of him when he lived in Bon Aire. He was always so energetic and busy doing something for others. Remember meeting him at the mailboxes as he gathered the mail for those that couldn't get out. He had a great spirit and attitude and will be greatly missed.
Beverly and Jerry Shearer
A one of a kind uncle to have! Greatest sense of humor of a unique mold. During visits over the years he would give me hats (baseball, usually) and other items to take home with me, even dill seeds from his renewable plot at his residence. He invented the most amazing recipe (IMHO) of all time marrying two types of salt cured pickled foods in one dish. I finally demanded the secret steps and he patiently explained them to me while I took notes. I have over time tried to follow it perfectly, but his technique never missed. You can't beat the original, you can only try and copy it and present a good faith imitation that is missing something inevitably. He will be missed by all of us. Our hearts are with his family as we all remember this wonderful man who made our day!
Chaloupka family sorry for your loss. You will all be in my prayers. Kenny was a great, funny witty man. Keep all the good memories in your hearts forever. God Bless
Rest In Peace, Ken. I know that you are singing “How Great Thou Art” in His presence for all eternity!
Thoughts and prayers to all of you. A very funny nice man when saw him at Bon Aire or Fairway.