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  1. As I am unable to attend the services this evening I want to offer my condolences to the Jenkins family. Our family will always remember your husband and dad with fondness and gratitude. Kenny was a coworker of my husband. Like Kenny, Rob had been diagnosed with colorectal cancer in October of 2011. During our “journey� Kenny was often with us on trips to and from city for many appointments. One trip was particularly rough. Kenny did everything he possibly could to help make a rough experience better. He was always so kind, supportive, and never failed to suggest we give him a call if we ever needed anything being that we lived close by. During our rides we exchanged stories about our families. Through his stories, his love for his family was evident and that is something that you will always have and cherished. With love and gratitude I send my sincerest sympathies to The Jenkins Family. Sincerely, Melissa ODonnell

  2. Ken was so kind to my family when my son was going through his cancer treatment at SloanHe always had an upbeat attitude and was so helpfulMy thoughts and prayers are with you and yours Kenny will be remembered as the great guy he wasMay your memories help you find peace

  3. Kenny had a personality not easily forgotten .I did business with Ken a few years back for quite a while ,and I have never known a person to be able to multitask so many things and make me smile and laugh so much with his own brand of humor. My heartfelt sympathies to his Family. Jay D’Agostino(MFI)

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