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Kenneth Edward Kenipe Jr.

Died: July 21, 2015
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Kenneth Edward Kenipe, Jr., age 60 of Brook Park, OH, entered into Life Eternal on July 21, 2015. Dear son of Kenneth Sr. and Sarah Kenipe; Kenneth is survived in life by Pamela  (nee May) his beloved wife of 37 years; Loving father of Lori (Joseph) Rader and Stacie (Brian) Horvath; Beloved brother of Vicki Clemons; Cherished grandfather of Mikel and Mason Rader; and Colton Horvath;

Pastor of West Park Baptist Church.

The family will receive friends in celebration of Kenneth’s life at West Park Baptist Church, 4600 West 150th Street, Cleveland OH 44135 on Saturday August 8th at 9AM. Service begins at 10:30AM.

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Rob westbrook posted on 8/15/15

So sad to learn of kenney passing. Some of my fondest teenage memories were with kenney in hollywood fl., We never missed a Lost In Space episode and Radar-ranged twinkies! I was honored to travel with the family to the 1969 apollo 11 launch and continue on to indiana with them that summer. That was real quality time, we had so much fun and always found adventure. He was always honest and compassionate and a trusted friend. Thoughts and Prayers are with his family and community in their time of great loss.. Rob and Mary Westbrook Jr, Bob and Marilynn Westbrook.

 

Dave & Donna Weinbrandt posted on 8/1/15

Pam, Lori, Stacey, Mikel, Mason, Joe, and Brian,
     we were sorry to hear about Ken.  It was a total shock. You have been great neighbors for over 30 years and Ken will be missed.  He was truly a great man.  We know that he is in heaven and looking down upon all of us.  We enjoyed eating lunch with all of you on Thursday and will miss his smiling face.  He is now one of God's angels.  We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.  May God Bless You and grant you peace and comfort during this difficult time.

 

Mike Skerritt posted on 8/1/15

I am shocked to hear about Ken.  What a tragedy!  I had the pleasure of working with Ken when his daughter played one of the children in my production of Sound of Music at First Baptit Church.  I even convinced Ken to particpate in the crowd scenes since he had to be at rehearsals and performances anyway.  Following that I enjoyed working with Ken when were on the CBA Board at the same time.  Ken always impressed me with his spirituality, his quiet strength, and his dedication to his family and his faith.  We have lost a great man, a strong leader, and a good friend.  My sincere condolences to his family, his colleagues, and his many friends.

 

Dee Matthias Thompson posted on 7/26/15

Dear Kenipe family -
My brothers and I grew up in Lawrence, IN with Kenny and Vicki, and remember 'Kenny' with great affection. We are so saddened to learn of your loss. He was such a good man.
Dee, David, Darren and Betty Matthias

 

Kenny and Janet(Lathrop) Winecoff posted on 7/25/15

Dear Kenipe Family:

I along with my three siblings met Kenny and Vicki while attending Victory Memorial United Methodist Church.

I saw the article in the Indianapolis Star News and recognized Kenny, as he still had that sweet little boy smile.

Prayers for healing in losing one so dear. May he rest in peace.  I am a firm beliver that we will get to see our loved ones again one day and what a wonderful reunion that will be.

Love,

Janet Lathrop Winecoff and Family

 

Rev. Yvonne Carter posted on 7/24/15

Dear Pamela and Family,
Please accept our sincerest sympathy in the loss of your husband, father and brother and our Brother in Christ. Ken has a long history of involvement and leadership in the Cleveland Baptist Association and in the life of the American Baptist Churches, USA. His presence will be missed, yet his legacy will be remembered.
We pray God's peace, comfort and strength during this difficult time.
Love and Blessings,
Rev. Yvonne

 

Susan Graves posted on 7/24/15

Although I will not be able to attend the Memorial Service, please know that I will be thinking of you with love during this difficult time.

 

Marylynn DeMeza posted on 7/24/15

I was the Secretary at R.G. Jones School next to West Park Baptist Church and had the honor of speaking and dealing with Pastor Kenipe and his wife over the years.  You have my sincere sympathy.  I'm praying for the family, especially Mrs. Kenipe.  Pastor Kenipe and wife, Pam have been so kind and helpful to the staff and students at R.G. Jones School.  He was always very pleasant to speak with.  Again, your family has my condolences.  God bless you.

 

Heather Johnston posted on 7/24/15

Stacie and family - I can't imagine your loss, but know you must find comfort in his presence in Heaven. I pray for the strength and kindness of those who will show their ongoing support to your family in the days and weeks to come as you continue this journey. My sincere condolences.

Heather Johnston

 

Russell & Marie Harala posted on 7/24/15

So sorry for your loss ! This was a shock to us ! Pastor Ken was a great man and a wonderful servant to God ! He will be missed. You have our deepest sympathy!

 

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