Ken was a real family man. He loved his two daughters and his only regret about knowing he was going to die was that he was not going to be able to see them grow up. He attended Camp Tamakwa in Canada for almost 13 years, even working there as an adult. He loved the outdoors, swimming, golfing, canoeing. His love for cars had him becoming a mechanic after high school and then, after graduating college, working for General Motors. His career spanned almost 30 years and 7 different states. He was very clever and funny and goofy, never caring how he looked square dancing with his daughter at Girl Scout Dances or playing Just Dance on the Wii. Both of his parents had passed before him and we are all comforted by the knowledge that he has been reunited with them.