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  1. Ken and Karen were the most loyal and visible PGR members. The honors they bestowed on fellow Veterans was exemplary, whether rain, snow or heat they were always there . Ken will be sorely missed at PGR and other missions.

    God Bless Ken and welome him to his new heavenly home. May his fmily rejoice in the fact he has embarked on a new everlasting mission.
    May the peace and love of the Lord shine upon him for eternity, he will surely rest in peace.

    Mike Williams: American Legion 432, ALR 1244 and Missing in America Chaplain. PGR, V V A, DAV.

  2. Karen it was about 11 years ago that you and Ken welcomed me to my new family. I cherish every mission we stood and rode together. I looked up to Ken. He was a Sea Bee. My Godfather was an original Sea Bee. My best friend is a retired Sea Bee. I so wanted to be a Sea Bee but a knee injury kept me out of the Navy. I can hardly fathom a mission with out Ken.
    John J.

  3. Dennis O’Donnell, Tampa Florida. I met Kenny and Karen through Patriot Guard. I was a cager for 3 years. Mosr every flagbline in year 3 he’d ask me when I was going to get bike. I was honored to be invited and eventually bought Kennys bike from him. He made sure I was good on that bike. He was a gentlemen and a standard bearer for all flag lines. Always posting with quiet dignity. I admired him. He and Karen were beautiful together. A model couple. Fair winds Kenny. Gid bless you.

  4. I cannot leave a memory here for Ken without Karen, the motorcycle, leather vests and Good Old Glory being a part of that it. In 2009 my husband, Michael, came home with a motorcycle. I was not happy about it. One morning Michael went on a mission with friend on that motorcycle and when Michael came home he said, “I found this great group of people, that I think you will enjoy becoming a member of, to ride with a purpose”. So that is how we met Karen and Ken and the Patriot Guard. When Michael spoke to Ken it turned out they had something else in common, they were both ‘Tin Knockers’! We enjoyed going on missions and always looked forward to seeing Karen and Ken in particular. Ken had the best ‘grin/smirk’ and gleaming twinkle in his eyes. I believe that was about 10 years ago. These two beautiful people are the definition of what a beautiful marriage is and every time we saw them together we always said that we hoped we would be just like them in ___ years. Ken, everyone knows you are watching your beautiful bride, family and countless treasured friends from above. Every future PGR Mission that is here in our Region … we all know you will be part of that breeze that is blowing Good Ole Glory and we will forever hear your chuckle and quick one liners when we are standing the flag line. Prayers for Strength, Peace, Love and future Joy for Karen and all who know and love you both.

  5. I cannot leave a memory here for Ken without Karen, the motorcycle, leather vests and Good Old Glory being a part of that it. In 2009 my husband, Michael, came home with a motorcycle. I was not happy about it. One morning Michael went on a mission with friend on that motorcycle and when Michael came home he said, “I found this great group of people, that I think you will enjoy becoming a member of, to ride with a purpose”. So that is how we met Karen and Ken and the Patriot Guard. When Michael spoke to Ken it turned out they had something else in common, they were both ‘Tin Knockers’! We enjoyed going on missions and always looked forward to seeing Karen and Ken in particular. Ken had the best ‘grin/smirk’ and gleaming twinkle in his eyes. I believe that was about 10 years ago. These two beautiful people are the definition of what a beautiful marriage is and every time we saw them together we always said that we hoped we would be just like them in ___ years. Ken, everyone knows you are watching your beautiful bride, family and countless treasured friends from above. Every future PGR Mission that is here in our Region … we all know you will be part of that breeze that is blowing Good Ole Glory and we will forever hear your chuckle and quick one liners when we are standing the flag line. Prayers for Strength, Peace, Love and future Joy for Karen and all who know and love you both.

  6. Karen, So sorry that I could not be there with you today. Ken was such a sweetheart and he’s going to be missed by so many people. You both are in my thoughts and prayers. I know one day we will all be together again. Sending you a big hug. If you need anything or just want to talk please .

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