Posted by Tony Clark on June 18, 2014
Happy Birthday Ken,we miss you and I still have your emails my friend!
Posted by Michael Wohl on April 30, 2014
I just spoke with Vee on the phone for the 1st time about some business idea's. What an awesome lady & I am very proud to call her a friend now after speaking with her & I really appreciate how she took time out of her day to talk to me. After reading this memorial about Kenneth I sure wish I would have had the opportunity to meet such a wonderful man & loving husband. May he R.I.P. & hopefully he has connected with my father who has been in heaven since 1985. Kenneth & daddy i hope you guys are catching some lunkers & sharing family & fishing stories together everyday!
Posted by Brian McCready on April 21, 2014
I only met Kenneth once but there was an instant realization that this Man was serious. His answer to all of my questions was "Talk to Vee". I know that he was trying to protect and secure his knowledge and his family. I commend him for these standards that "he" lived by. I wish that we could have met earlier so that we could have shared our favorite stories about our life in and outside of the military. It is a blessing to his family that he had so many talents and that he has taught and shared with them his talents.
Posted by Don Hampton on August 20, 2013
A very sad day in my life was hearing my good friend Ken had passed away, the second saddest was spreading his ashes on Lake Fork with his gracious wife Vee and his daughter. Every tournament I put on he would be there first thing in the morning with sausage biscuits wishing me well. I now wish him well at that lake in heaven..loved and missed.
Posted by Tony Clark on August 17, 2013
Ken was my friend and he would stop by my place from time to time.I still have his awesome Emails saved in my mail.I sure miss the friendship and emails that would bring a smile to my face.I know he loved the Lake Fork area and had many friends here.God Bless You Ken!
Posted by Don Hampton on November 14, 2012
With the passing of Ken went the passing of a great friend that can not be replaced. We always spoke of him taking a ride in my new Legend boat, but never got around to it until after the very end. It was a heart break to take him for his final boat ride on Lake Fork when Vee and I and his daughters spred his ashes on the lake he loved so much...We love and miss you!
Posted by Bob Williams on May 2, 2012
Ken and I met forty five years ago in 1967. It was a business meeting and the beginning of long friendship. He was a Texan at heart with a quick smile, sense of humor and an enthusiasm for life. It was a privilege to be his friend and he is missed.

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