The amount of detail and compassion that Ken puts into the services that he officiates has made him our celebrant of choice. He has had a positive impact on every funeral service that he has been a part of.
- Garry Richter,
Eloise B. Kyper Funeral Home, Inc.
Recent Life Tributes
Alice loved to cook and had her own stockpile of personal, secret recipes. Ken brought in a batch of her homemade nuthorn cookies to share with the family.
Chocolate chip cookies were his absolute favorite! So in addition to the other details of his full life, Ken brought in homemade chocolate chip cookies, warming in a bread warmer, to fill the area with Harold's favorite scent and to share with the family after the service.
Ken detailed the life lessons that Charles learned from the hunt and their profound influence on his son.
Though he was never able to fly, Michael fostered his love of flying in different ways. His family's love of Christmas, shown by their extravagant celebrations, contributed ideas that shaped Ken's unique remembrances of his life.
Though she had limited abilities and her world was small, her impact on those around her was significant. To remember her love of doing word searches, Ken created and distributed a special one made in her memory.
Known for helping others, Ken's uniquely written tribute recounted his acts of kindness, even when he himself was sick.
Jerry's life was celebrated with remembrances of his career as a DJ followed by his accomplishments as an activist.
Though blind, his life showed other ways to see the world.
Inspired by stories from his family, Ken crafted a service that focused on his love of flying and his other feats of fearlessness.