Kenneth Palmer Obituary, Death – On November 22nd, 1930, Kenneth Alvin Palmer made his debut into the world in Providence, Rhode Island. His funeral was held on April 19, 2019, in Louisville, Kentucky, where he passed away at the age of 92. In 1950, he wed the woman who would eventually become his wife, and the ceremony took place in Lenore’s hometown.
He went on to have a long and productive life, during which he put in a lot of effort and picked up a broad range of talents, including service in the Air Force (1950–1953), vehicle bodywork and repair, building, and general mechanical maintenance. He also went on to have a life that was both lengthy and fruitful.
He was able to teach himself how to build a three-story house and could fix anything that was broken; yet, the thing that people remember him for the most is not his ability to learn new skills or his sense of humor in any setting; rather, they remember him as a compassionate and generous husband, father, and friend. He taught himself how to build a three-story house. He could mend anything that was broken.
Above, he is shown reuniting with his wife Lenore, his son Joe, his granddaughter Heather, and his great granddaughter Jessica. Below, he is seen reuniting with his parents Raymond and Winifred, his siblings Don, Frank, and Joyce, and his son Joe. His children Karen, Sandra(Don) Collier, and Renee Harley, as well as his brother Walter, 8 grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren, and 1 great-great granddaughter are among those who carry on his legacy.