Condolence From: Douglas Boatright, Reynoldsburg, OH
Condolence: I met Kenney while working at Cabela's gun library. He always had a story to tell about working with the railroad. He was quick with a joke or amusing take on life. God Bless him and his family.
Condolence From: Devon Duling, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: Kenny and I worked together while at Cabela's. He always had a smile on his face and enjoyed life. I truly enjoyed his humor and his joy for life. My prayers for him and his family.
Condolence From: Joe Reser, Dublin, Ohio
Condolence: Very sorry to hear of brother Ken's passing. He was one of the best guys that I ever had the opportunity to work with in our railroad craft and with the union.
My sincere condolences to the Beamer clan!
Condolence From: Velma Yackobeck, Callander, Ontario
Condolence: Karla, and family, please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time. This proves "The good die young". Treasure your memories, and lean on each other. That is where your strength lies. Love and hugs to all.
Condolence From: BabRhetta Kauffman Maxwell, Suffolk, VA
Condolence: Grew up with Kenny and his family, spent many great times camping and being at the lake with the whole gang, Thoughts and prayers to his family and friends. Remember all the good times and know you will see him again, RIP dear friend.
Condolence From: John Van Why, Little Hocking, Ohio
Condolence: R.I.P. old friend. Life well lived. See you on the otherside.
Condolence From: Karen Allen, moss point, MS
Condolence: My prayers are with you all. I will always remember the good times that we had growing up as kids.
Condolence From: Vicki Hancock, Houston, TX
Condolence: Winston and I loved Kenny so much. We have wonderful memories old and new that we will forever treasure. We love all of our family there and want you to know our home and hearts are always open. Vicki
Condolence From: Pat and Bill Harrison, Westerville, OH
Condolence: We are so very sorry to learn of Kenny's unfortunate early death. We remember his always ready smile and good nature. Bill and I will include Karla and all the family in our daily prayers. Love to everyone.
Condolence From: Audrey Steele, Round Lake Beach, IL
Condolence: Growing up in Dennison, Ohio, Kenny was always another member of the extended Kauffman family. His laugh was infectious and his love for everyone was genuine. Condolences to the family.
Condolence From: Patricia Johnson, Dennison,, OH
Condolence: Our Family, the Kauffman's, called this wonderful man, Lynn … so as not to confuse the conversation between Him and his Father, Kenny. (*.*) Back in the Good old days, The Kauffman's and the Beamers grew up during the Depression and shared what they had, in the way of foodstuffs, with one another ( like the old story of " Stone Soup" ). They were Life Long Friends. Saturday nights were spent at the Beamers at the card table , for the adults... and the Saturday Night Shows on Television for us kids. As we got older, Lynn enjoyed stopping by the Family Reunions and Sunday afternoons for a plentiful meal , dessert and a game of Scrabble with Aunt Alma and anyone who dared to play the game. (*.*) They played to win !!!! (*.*) He was a good Man and better Friend. When God called … I'm sure he went willingly and was welcomed into his heavenly reward. But … I will miss him. May God grant You all Peace and Love.
Condolence From: Traci Sapp, Newark, Ohio
Condolence: My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Kenny was a great person and will be greatly missed. He is in a better place and will be up there looking down on all of you.