Discussion in 'The Bench' started by wheelz, Oct 30, 2019.
I'm sorry I didn't get a chance to meet him. Sounds like a great guy.
Prayers sent to family and friends.
RIP kenny. My condolences to his family.
This is very sad news. I'm at a loss for words...…………………..
Thank you wheelz for helping the family
My condolences to family and friends
I got to meet Kenny last year and help him with a few small things on his car and around the house. He was a very sweet man. We kind of drifted apart a bit since I had a child and just couldn’t find time to meet up again.
Boy did he sure love that car!
and I’m just a few miles away from Kenny’s house so if anybody needs help let me know.
my prayers for Kenny's family
Condolences to friends and family I did talk to Ken a few times about some 71 parts. Seemed like a great guy. RIP Kenny
Ken was a good guy and I can recall seeing and talking to him at many local events. He was a solid Buick enthusiast and always enjoyed learning more about his car. He will be missed around here and our condolences to his family.
THANK YOU ALL for your replies! BTW..those of you in Denver area, stop at GREAT SCOTTS EATERY in Denver or Broomfield and, while you are chow'n on PineApple Upside down Pancakes, watch and you will see Kenny's Buick on the monitors...
Wheelz, Tampa Bay
RIP Kenny! My condolences to family and friends.
Man just saw this and am saddened to hear. Kenny helped me get a floor shifter for my car and then went above and beyond by throwing in the correct cable and different transmission brackets for said cable. I think he knew I was green at the time and helped a new guy out. I'll probably think of him every now and again when I take the car out now and think that clean and correct setup is all thanks to him and his helpful phone conversations too!
Sad to hear, Prayers for all the family.