Our sincere condolences to you Marlene as you lay your best friend & husband to rest. I believe Kenneth will be by your side for the rest of your life.
The first time I met you & Kenneth, was during a very difficult time in Your families lives & now, I am saying good bye to Kenneth in the same way to which I met him. It was during the celebration of your brother Paul’s life that I met you two & now I’m saying good bye to Kenneth during the celebration of his life. Strange the way life works.
I learned very quickly, how much Kenneth meant to Gerard, he was more than “just a brother-in-law” to him. He has a lot of love & respect for Kenneth & he has always, spoke very highly of him. The life lessons that Kenneth taught & did with Gerard, will never be forgotten! Kenneth had a big❤️ & never refused to help anytime Gerard needed him.
Due to reasons beyond our control, unfortunately, we can not be there to say our “see you again one day” respects, however, we are there with you in our hearts & minds. We pray to God, for his help to guide you & the kids through this very difficult time. We Love & miss all of you! Big hugs, xoxoxoxo
Forever in our hearts, smile down on all who loved you! ♡
We would like to express our deepest sympathies to Marlene, Leon, Jillian and families. Our thoughts and prayers are with you!
Words can not say how very sorry I am for your loss.. my heart goes out to you Marlene and your family
I found myself just staring at his picture for minutes before reading on.... in disbelief.
I worked with Kenny many years ago in the bu's when he was in on overtime. He was a kind, gentle family man, liked and respected by all who had the pleasure of knowing him.
Please accept my families sincere condolonces on your loss.
A shocking loss to his Michelin family also.