He enjoyed his small town upbringing and embraced all aspects of sports, academics and social events, even finishing his high school years being voted as King of Hearts 1951.
He also played in the.
He attended Wayland Baptist College, where he was studying to be in the ministry, and he was also a pitcher for the baseball team.
After 3 years as a Marine, he transferred to the U.
Your Husband was a very caring and giving man.
He earned many commendations and medals, accruing over 5,000 flying hours.
I feel quite fortunate to have had a working relationship and friendship with Ken as he was always fair, reasonable and very generous! Upon retirement from the military in 1973, they settled in Arlington where Ken began a 21 year career with the U.
I regret not trying to locate you and Ken after we moved.