Love and memories last forever...
  • 62 years old
  • Born on April 17, 1954 .
  • Passed away on October 16, 2016 .

Kenneth A. Loder age 62 of Richland NJ, passed away peacefully October 16, 2016, after his courageous battle with Kidney disease. His Beloved wife and loving animals Itty-Bitty, Max and Nutty Buddy were by his side.

Ken enjoyed riding his Harley, fishing, woodworking and playing with his grandbabies. Kenneth previously worked for Wawa Corporation as a Facilities Technician prior to his illness. Kenny, as he was known to many, was a loving husband, devoted father, pop pop, son, & brother.

Ken will be dearly missed by his wife and soulmate of 27 years, Analisa Loder, two sons, Christopher (Michele) Andrews, Charles (Crystal) Fisher, his beloved grandchildren, Olivia, C.J, & Travis. Kenneth was pre-decreased by his father Ralph Loder Sr. and is survived by his Mother Virginia Loder, brother Ralph R. Loder ( Lori) and sisters  Patsy Loder, Pamela (Tom) Nesbitt, & Sharon Loder, His sister-in-law’s, Marian Toledo, Linda DeCosta, Michele (Kenny) Colon and brother in-law David (Sandy) DeCosta, as well as many nieces & nephews.

Services will be private. In lieu of Flowers the family suggest donations be made in his memory to the American Kidney Fund www.kidneyfund.org.

Posted by JoAnn Guido-Hankel on 2nd November 2016
I am sorry for your loss, and hope that all the happy moments you shared will help ease your heavy heart. We will miss him too, and may he forever rest in peace!
Posted by Amy Toledo on 25th October 2016
Ken was a kindhearted man. I never heard him say a bad word about anyone. He was also very kind to Dan and me. He will be missed by us both. Especially on Sundays, Loved to talk about his EAGLES! I am sorry for his loss and the pain his close family must be feeling. He always treated his wife with love and I respect him so much for what his has done for my aunt and when he became part of our family love you all and the world lost a good human being.
Posted by Tiffany Dimsha on 22nd October 2016
Ken always had such a great sense of humor and he was such a very caring man. I loved seeing how he was with Travis, and even with my boys Tanner and Hunter. He was and always will be family. He was always so kind, and just loved to joke with us. Ken will always be part of our hearts, he is very missed. Rest in peace. We love you, and we will meet again one day.
Posted by Analisa Loder on 21st October 2016
You Are My Perfect Love Of all the people in the world and all the ones I have met in my life, it's a miracle I ever found you. I wasn't looking for love when we met; it just sort of happened and caught me unawares......... You were so kind and considerate, and I looked forward to seeing you and talking to you. Then, all of a sudden. I couldn't picture my life without you. Imagine a sea of stars... having to choose just the perfect one.. and then getting it right. No dream could come close to what we had and we built together. I want to wake up beside you for the rest of my life. I want us to grow old together holding hands (and we did until the end) to make sunshine memories to chase away the rain clouds. I loved the perfect way we fit into each others arms and the tender way you looked at me when you thought I didn't see. You are my vision to the end of a perfect day; my moon, my sun, my stars and my love, always and forever Ken until we meet again. Love from your wife Analisa (your Boobala)
Posted by Ray Owens on 21st October 2016
So sorry for your loss. May your family find peace in the the memories that you shared together. Gone but never forgotten.
Posted by Alexis Rhodes on 21st October 2016
He was one of the most helpful men you could ever meet. Whenever he came to our store to help I'd always joke that there wasn't anything he couldn't fix. He truly was a great guy and he will be terribly missed. My prayers are going out to all his family and friends during this hard time.
Posted by Lisa Holland on 21st October 2016
Such a great person with such a good sense of humor. I met Ken 14 yrs ago at my first wawa. I used to kid him he fixed everything with rubber bands and duct tape, Lost touch a few years ago and was trying to ask about him. My prayers are with his loving family may God ease your sorrow. Lisa Holland Wawa 8327
Posted by Lisa Daiuto-Monaco on 20th October 2016
So sorry for your loss .. Kenny was such a sweet and hard working person.. He always found a way to brighten up my day when he would walk into wawa .. may he rest in peace.. fly high pain free with the angels my friend .. prayers to the family
Posted by Tara Gentile on 20th October 2016
I'm so sorry for your loss! Kenny was a great guy and will be missed. I had many conversations with Kenny over the years, I always enjoyed talking with him. He fought a hard long battle may he Rest In Peace! Tara- Wawa 380
Posted by John Pompper on 20th October 2016
A good man,caring and giving man.He would give you that shirt off his back. I remember when I returned from the army in 1991 and found that Kenny was living in Malaga. After being over seas for 9 years it was like I never had left when i saw him again. You will be sadly missed Rest easy Brother
Posted by Richard Boney on 20th October 2016
My friend , a good man and a great friend ! I can't believe it's been 36 yrs since I first saw you pull up in that old Chevy pick up ! I'm gonna miss you Doc ! Keep a few beers cold till I get there ! Ok ?

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