Kenneth R. Butler

February 05, 1981 - November 09, 2011 

Kenneth R. Butler

February 05, 1981 - November 09, 2011 

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denise posted a Condolence | November 23, 2011

My deepest condolences to the family during this most difficult time. I just wanted to leave a comforting scripture from Gods word. John 5:28,29 gives us hope of a resurrection for our loved ones. I hope your able to read this and draw a little comfort from it.
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Ron & Cassie posted a Condolence | November 14, 2011

Sharon and the entire Butler family, we wish to share our deepest condolences on on your recent loss. We were devastated and saddened to hear of this news last week. Our sincerest thoughts and prayers go out to you and your families during this difficult time. May your family strength and Gods blessing get you through this.
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Christopher Dibble posted a Condolence | November 14, 2011

To Sharon and Family, My heart goes out to you. I could not begin to imagine your grief. We all wish we could turn back time, but know this, your love and memories of Kenneth will keep him alive in your hearts. I also hope and pray that your love for Kenneth and those memories will also help you get through this very difficult time. God Bless.
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Danielle Carignan-Mancini posted a Condolence | November 13, 2011

Dear Sharon and Family: I am so sorry for the loss of your son Ken. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you all and hope that all the goods times you shared will help get you through this very difficult time.
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Cynthia L. Wilcox posted a Condolence | November 13, 2011

When Jackie first posted the notice of Ken's passing, at first couldn't place the face or the name, I just gave my condolences for the loss of a family member. And then she said we graduated with him and it hit me like a ton of bricks: The image of the tall, handsome young man I went to high school with laughing as we talked and traded quips in class and in the halls.(Lots of big shoe jokes). Although he was quiet at times, he had a great sense of humor and was never anything but nice to me. That is the memory I have of Ken, perfect and untarnished. He was a great guy. My deepest sympathy for your loss.
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