Condolence & Memory Journal

Gail & Zak; Although we grew up blocks apart, we didn't meet until later in life when we became neighbors and great friends. 42 years have passed since then. Ken became the brother I never had and I loved him dearly. We enjoyed our times together and always had a good laugh whether in person or on the phone. I always looked forward to hearing one of his new stories. Ken will be missed. I am heartbroken. He has a special place in my heart and will forever be remembered and loved. Tom & Michele

Posted by Tom Crawford - Carol Stream, IL - Friend   October 14, 2020

Such a fun night!

Posted by Amy Johnson - Huntingdon Valley, PA   October 14, 2020

So sorry I met him a few times at Jim/Barb house & enjoyed his company.

Posted by Mike Gennello - Edgewater Park, NJ - Acquaintance   October 14, 2020

Gail and family, on behalf of DVHT Health Center we send our deepest condolences. We truly enjoyed Ken's visits and his stories he would regale us with. He had a kind heart of gold and anyone who knew him was better person because of it. He will be sorely missed. With Love, Dr. Schachter, Dr. Limberakis, Leigh Ann, and Nicole.

Posted by Leighann Verheyen - Horsham, PA - Friend   October 13, 2020

Gail and family, first, we're just so sorry. Second, having visited with you and Ken a few times in the past we'd say Ken never met a stranger. His stories, for us, were so enjoyable and fun to listen to. Please take care of yourselves since that's what he would want. Love, Jackie and Rick

Posted by Jackie Guyton - Roslyn, PA - Friend   October 12, 2020

Gail & Zak, sending our condolences and love on the loss of Ken. We are going to miss him, his storytelling, and humor. Love you!

Posted by Dean & Andy Simpson - Family Friend   October 12, 2020