Kathy, Sara, and Family,
Word cannot begin to tell you how sad I was at the news of Kens passing. You all are all in my thoughts and prayers. I have great memories of my time with Ken in the ambulance, and the hard work we put into it many years back. In 2004 my father was dying at home and I called to have the ambulance come and do some comfort measures and at the hardest day of my life in walked Ken. Words are not enough to tell you that he was my friend and that it was nice to see a friend who then stayed while my father took his last breathes. I ‘m grateful to have met Ken and am glad he’s up there as a friend watching over us all. Our prayers are with you all.
To the family of Ken Cobb
Words cannot express how sorry I am for your loss. Ken was a great person and even better friend. I looked up to him as a big brother. He was always so positive and upbeat. I have so many great memories of working with Ken on the ambulance and around his shop. He taught me so much about woodworking and life in general. Ken talked to me about his family often and I could see the love he had for all you. I will miss Ken very much.Rob Heatley
Dear Kathy and family,
It is most upsetting to hear the news and I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Ken was a wonderful person and will be sadly missed by all who knew him. I was heartbroken and shocked to hear the news, and I want you to know that my thoughts and prayers are with you. I remember the times I spent with Ken on the ambulance service and fire department, and will always remember him as an exceptionally special and giving person. He had a tremendous sense of humor, and was so enjoyable and easy to talk to. I particularly remember the last time I saw you and Ken, and though it had been many years, it was like I had never moved away. We met at the coffee shop and he talked all about the wedding, and everything going on in your lives. There is a great void to be filled by Ken’s passing. There was never a dull moment around him. One time I remember him and his potato launcher. Another time he talked about the Air Force Jets flying through the valleys with everyone sitting on someone’s deck watching them fly just over their heads and cheering them on. I had emailed Ken one time and ask if he remembered me. He said, “Remember you? How could I ever forget! I mean that in a good way!” Ken we will always remember, we will never forget. Thanks for the many good memories.
May God bless and comfort you and your family,
Kathy and family
you are in our hearts and prayers.. Ken was an amazing funny friend.. He always could put a smile on our faces...
Pete and Darlene Wimmer
Dear Aunt Arleen, Uncle Ruel, Kathy, Mark, Monte, and Tawnia: Words can't describe the shock felt by news of Kenny's untimely death. I am so sorry for your loss and only wish that I could be there personally to support you all at this difficult time. I will always remember the fun times as kids with the motor home visits and simply being with family. You are all in my thoughts and prayers and know that we love you all very much. May you find peace in the coming days...all my love,
I am so happy that after 30 years I got to reconnect with Ken this last year. We laughed and cried talking about our times together and planning to get together again. I am so sorry that wont happen now but I'm grateful for the recent wonderful phone conversations. My beautiful friend will be greatly missed-
We are so very sorry for your loss. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.
My heart aches for you. You have had more than your share of tragedies. You continue to be in my thoughts and prayers. I have passed the sad news onto our dear cousins.