September 21, 1949 - January 24, 2021
Private services will be held.
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February 3, 2021
I was the manager in a house that Ken stayed in in in 2019 and 2020. Ken was a guy that had my heart from day one even though he also gave me "crap". I loved that guy. He kept calling and checking on me long after he moved out of the house. I want his kids to know that he loved them deeply and talked about them a lot. There was nothing fake about Ken. I guess thats why I loved the man so much. I talked to him a few months ago but when I didn't hear from him again I was concerned. I wish I knew he was sick. I regret I didn't try to find out.I would have found a way to contact him so he knew how much I cared for him. Somehow I find peace that he knew. I will miss you Ken...A true one of a kind
January 28, 2021
When my family moved to the area, the Galloway family were the first family we met. It was Ken who showed us the piece of land we still live on. He and Shelley were so kind and generous, Ken helped in many of the steps of building our home, the Round House. One winter, while Thom was gone for 3 weeks working in Chicago, Ken would stop by daily to check on me and the boys. I had mentioned that I was hearing weird noises from the pond behind our house. He proceeded to tell me and the boys a story about one- eyed- Joe who had fell through the ice while ice fishing and his body was never found. Now I was terrified. I later learned it was the pond making ice. Since then, every ice in and ice out, when the pond groans, we think of Ken. Rest easy, Ken