Condolence: I phoned the office this morning to speak with Ken and was shocked to hear of his passing. We would meet at the COSTHA meeting and share stories and provide "fixes" to the hazmat regulations. He and I were Christian and could spend time together being ourselves. He loved his family. The Lord has promised never to leave us nor forsake us. Ken's work is done and he now rests. His journey is complete. I pray that God gives you the strength, hope and assurance to continue to "Fight the good fight" until we see Him face to face.
Condolence: Donna, Christine and family, I am so very sorry to here about Ken's passing. I loved him and I'll miss him. He loved you guys, he loved His Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and doing the work of Lord and he loved his work. Not being able to talk to him will be tough on all of us but knowing that I will see and talk to him again in Heaven, makes my heart glad. Praying for you guys Greg
Condolence: Suddenly the world is missing a truly great guy. I’ve had the pleasure of working with Ken in the hazmat business for the last twenty or so years. Always ready to help he was both a source of considerable knowledge and good humor. My heartfelt condolences to Donna and his family.
Condolence: This was a shock to hear about Ken. I appreciated his time and knowledge; it was always my pleasure to catch up with him. He was very knowledgeable about Shipping, DOT IATA and I truly enjoyed working with him for the past 20 plus years. On a personal note, I will miss his calls, catching up on all sorts of topics from where to get a great hamburger in Cal, to Scouting to our grandkids. Most of all he always asked about me and how I was doing. There is big void in many lives with his passing.
Please know that you and your entire family are in our thoughts and prayers during this very difficult time. I pray that God comforts you and gives you peace in only a way that He can provide.
I had the pleasure of calling on Ken for many years to provide us with our IATA, IMDG and DOT books. He also would always answer any questions I may have or just take the time to chat for a while to catch up with each other. You see, I was born and raised in Charlotte so we had a lot in common. I will miss talking to Ken but will continue to support his business and passion.
Condolence: We are so sorry for your loss.
we had the opportunity to be trained twice by ken,
he was funny and knowledgeable, and had a real passion for
what he was teaching.
He will be missed.
once again so sorry for your loss.