In Memory

Kenneth Adams



 
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03/24/22 12:58 PM #1    

Dawn Balistreri

One of the most talented singers and dancers. Gone way too soon; forever in our hearts.


04/04/22 08:19 AM #2    

Daniel Kruszka

Kenny was a real talent in class plays and singing and dancing, In fact Kenny would try to teach us guys how to dance at Friday night school dances, Always a very nice guy.


04/29/22 06:41 PM #3    

Deborah Metke

I knew Ken quite well from band, choir and being in plays and "The Boyfriend". He rushed to play me the new JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR record at his house once.  Always smiling and so darn talented. Wish he had taught me to dance. Such a tragedy he was taken so soon.


05/01/22 09:22 AM #4    

Scott McCormick (McCormick)

Ken was my best friend since the thrid grade.  I even learned sign language to communicate with one of his younger brothers (after all the kids made fun of me at the Delevan School for the Deaf for being 'stupid').  Ken and I stayed in touch until he passed.  The world is a lesser place without him.


06/27/22 11:19 AM #5    

Ronald Dretzka

I remember Ken in the plays for the short while I helped with props.I always liked live stage plays.


07/04/22 05:06 PM #6    

Lisa Barker (Rasmussen)

Kenny was my neighbor from 1st grade on, and my very good friend . He was truly a bright light. So smart, so talented, so nice. I miss him still to this day!!

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