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Kenneth A. Cole

January 21, 1927 ~ January 13, 2019 (age 91)
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Message from Fisher Family
January 18, 2019 1:45 PM

You will be dearly missed ♡
Message from VG
January 18, 2019 4:39 AM

Sorry about the grief you are experiencing at this time. Death is an enemy to all of us, we long for the time when Almighty God will remove all pain, suffering and death forever. (Revelation 21:3,4)
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A Spathiphyllum was sent by Glenn Calhoon, Michael Thornwall, and Spike on January 17, 2019
Message from James Cole
January 17, 2019 7:52 AM

I always loved visiting my grandpa's car lot on Harry, Kenny Cole's Cars. Everybody around there knew him and he loved visiting with all of them. When I was young, my dad worked in my grandpa's garage and my grandma would often take me over there and we would spend the day hanging out at the car lot. He had an old glass bottle pop machine and I used to love getting a pop out of it. I had my own little garage for my tricycle and I would ride down to my great-grandpa's house and get ice cream and the guy in the apartment next to the car lot, Jim who drove for a trucking company would get me popscicles.

Thanks to my grandpa I know what and El Camino is and look forward to having my own in my later years. My grandpa introduced me to pro wrestling and it is my one habit that I've never been able to give up.

So here are to claps and a Ric Flair WOOO for my grandpa as he drives his El Camino through the pearly gates.

Love you Grandpa.
Message from The Mutch Family
January 16, 2019 1:02 PM

May you rest easy Kenny. You will be dearly missed.
Message from John Bailey
January 16, 2019 10:26 AM

Kenny was a good man I worked with Kenny at Cessna. He was a very good machinist. he loved old cars. He will be missed. JOHN BAILEY
Message from Roger Sellers
January 15, 2019 8:11 PM

Our thoughts and prayers are with Karen Lisa and Lynn in the loss of Kenny. I remember visiting Delores and Kenny when they lived on Mosley and University and playing with our cousins Karen and Lynn. Deloris was my Moms(Ardelle) favorite. My Dad(Loren) and I would often stop at the Car Lot over many years to talk about old cars with Kenny.
We all went to family reunions together. We would meet Kenny at Hometown Buffet with my Dad ,Doris, my son Rog and my wife Jackie. Kenny will be missed.
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