- 59 years old
- Date of birth: June 13th, 1956
- Place of birth:
Concord, California, United States
- Date of passing: May 27th, 2016
- Place of passing:
Fellow classmate and Friend I will always remember you. Family and Friends Ken I believe would want us to have a party and celebrate his life. My heart goes out to the Family and Friends We will all miss you Michelle McIntire
Ken was a good friend, especially the years right after my divorce, meeting him at The Station in Mtz, to see Billy Martini....we talked a lot then, first guy to show me how to play bocce, a couple of Sunday afternoons also in Mtz. Occasional phone calls now and then to keep in touch....I will miss this man.....
Ken was a wonderful man, great dancer, and terrific friend. I will miss our occasional texts and telephone calls. I always knew that if I needed someone to talk to or help me sort things out, he would be there for me. He was very proud of his sons ans shared pictures or stories about them. To the Cook family, my thoughts are with you.
To Jesse and Kevin,
Your Dad was one of a kind. I have known him since we were 14 years old. We had many conversations about you boys, from soccer to taking you fishing, hunting or just your well being. He asked me once..".tell my boys I was a good man and that I love them." I am keeping that promise. RIP my friend...Love you always.
To Kevin, Jesse, & family, It was an honor to know Ken, have him as our neighbor in Martinez, CA; He was a close friend for years & will sincerely be missed, always loved. May he RIP.
George & Lucy Ehasz
I have been wondering why I am having a much more difficult time accepting the death of my brother Ken ,I now know why ,I did not only loose my brother I lost a best friend that I have known for 57 years. He taught me a lot and I him, He was my hunting buddy and party buddy in the earlier years, we always had each others backs!I will miss him forever. Love you Bro
Ken was the cool older Brother of my friends Tom and Dan but we hung out too . I will never forget going 100 mph thru the Caldecutt tunnel on the back of his KZ1000 on the way to see Alvin Lee. I know what it is like to lose a Brother and I have not seen Ken years I will miss him, Love for the Cook Family.
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