Let our memories of Kenny's struggles remind us of his triumphs and inspire us to triumph as well.
  • 44 years old
  • Born on March 12, 1966 in Biloxi, Mississippi, United States.
  • Passed away on March 11, 2011 in Austin, Texas, United States.

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Kenny passed away on March 11, 2011. We will remember him forever.

Posted by Ashu Tripathi on 10th March 2014
Happened to be driving by La Pinata on Thorton Av. in Newark today evening and remembered it was one of Ken's favorite ones. And then i see a message in my INBOX about today being the 3rd Anniversary of Ken's passing away. RIP Bud, -ashu
Posted by Barbara Hosey on 23rd May 2011
You will always be remembered, Kenny. Now you are with all of our family and friends who have gone before us in Heaven.
Posted by Evelyn Hosey on 4th April 2011
You will always be in my memories. Love and prayers always. Will miss you greatly at our reunions. Evelyn
Posted by Roma Baron on 4th April 2011
Ken, you were a great friend and a wonderful conversationalist. I treasure the hours we spent gabbing away :) Miss you already!
Posted by Dirk Verhoeven on 2nd April 2011
Ken was always a carefree and nice guy. I always remember trying to pay him back for small things, and never would he accept payment from me always saying that I had helped him so much that he couldn't take the money. We will miss you, Ken!
Posted by Nanett Prausa on 2nd April 2011
Kenny, I remember more than anything your easy smile that sent a sparkle straight to your eyes. Talking through the old pics the day we spent scanning brought up so much...but mostly your love for your sweet mom. I know you've found her in heaven.
Posted by Ashu Tripathi on 28th March 2011
You were truly a kindred spirit, you will be missed. All you wanted was to move back to your hometown, buy a piece of land and settle down close to your first love, your family. I would always remember fondly our bike & restaurant trips. RIP bud!
Posted by Carol Wagner on 27th March 2011
Thanks for the memories. You will be missed. Aunt Carol

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