Sorry to hear about the loss of Kenny, as I knew him.
I was at Purdue Navy Rotc from 1970 - 1974 and always enjoyed my visits with him at the legion post.
Debby, remember me, I was the one who talked to the grade school kids at Edgela school, I think, you were the one who invited me to talk about President Kennedys honor Guard that i was in.
He will be mised
What a great guy, he has always been a favorite of mine. With his big smile, and generous heart, thinking of him will always bring a smile to my face. I&ll be thinking of your family in the coming days. Wishing you peace...julie
So sorry to hear of the loss of your dad. Just keep the memories in your heart and remember all the wonderful times. Thinking of you at this time and wishing all of your family much peace at this difficult time.
In my thoughts,
My sincere sympathies are with you and your family. Deb - I was your summer baby sitter in the 50&s - you might not remember me, but my mom teases me about naming my children. Our oldest daughter is Deborah, and the following summer I took care of a Jeffrey, and the oldest son is named Jeffrey. If there was a connection, I didn&t realise it at the time. Those were the only names my husband & I could agree on. Mike & I have been married 54 years, and have 4 children, 11 grandchildren, and 4 gr. grandchildren---so our family expanded greatly.
Again, best wishes to you and your mom.
James (jim) Arter, Sr.
Past Detachment Commander
I knew Kenny through the 42nd Royal Highlanders annual participation in the Veterans& Day Parade in the early 1980s. We would always go over to the Legion to play following and Kenny was one of those guys that always made it a pleasure for us to come in.
May your grief lessen and your memories be always good! Blessings!
Just wanted you to know that our thoughts and prayers are with you. We have many fond memories of good times with you all. Dave and Susie Heath
THE ACTS YOU DID FOR VETERANS WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN.
WHEN YOU GET TO HEAVEN HOLD A PLACE FOR ME.