Born into a large family in Ringtown, PA, Ken was raised to be a hard working and honest man.
Later in life he moved to Montgomery County where he thrived. This is where he raised his family.
An avid Dodgers fan, it's not surprising that he coached little league baseball in the Perkiomen area for many years. He also won many victories coaching basketball for St. Eleanor's Church, Collegeville PA. Many young men still remember 'Mr. Ken' which warmed his heart.
He retired to New Bern, NC and became a prominent citizen. He was a three time President of Emerald Men's Golf Club and an active member of the Elks Club. His charitable fund raisers broke records for Emerald and he was given a 'Folds of Honor' award. He always participated in Veterans events due to his love for his country and fellow men of service.
Ken was a well loved, respected man, who leaves behind so many friends and loved ones. He is remembered for being outgoing, trustworthy, reliable, dedicated and kind. Thank you to the many people who have already reached out to his daughters. It means so much to us.
Survived by: One Brother, Two Sisters, Two Daughters, Four Grandchildren, Three Great-grandchildren, and Many Nieces and Nephews. Proceeded in death by: Five Brothers, Mother and Father, Great-grandson, and Wife.
From his favorite movie 'When a Bell Rings, an Angel Get's It's Wings'. Dad, I'm sure there are a lot of bells ringing for you. Enjoy your better place. You deserve it!
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