Sunday, July 1, 2018

EWBANK, KENNETH R.


Announcement in the  

RICHMOND TIMES DISPATCH, Sunday, July 1, 2018




EWBANK, Kenneth R., 85, of Leesburg, Florida, formerly of Richmond, Virginia, passed away on June 28, 2018. He is survived by his wife, Faye, of almost 40 years; five children and three grandchildren.


I am so very glad that my Blog posting a few days ago did reach many of you.  I am so grateful for all the wonderful memories that poured in from our family and friends.  Yes, Ken was quite a guy!!

I think I have decided to take a trip to Richmond in the Fall to have a small memorial service for Ken  at the cemetery where we already have niches waiting for our ashes.  And, on Ken's birthday, December 14th, I'd like to have a memorial service for him at our home here in Hawthorne at Leesburg.  I think that's a good plan so I don't have to plan anything now.  I do hope that some of you will be able to join us.

6 comments:

Susan Shuckhart said...

The light and love of God surround and enfold you, Faye, as you move through the weeks and months ahead. Your plans sound perfect. Carry on,dear girl! 💕

Lynda Newcomb said...

Faye, we are so sorry to hear of Ken's passing. He was such a good man. Enjoyed times together, and the fact you both taught us pickleball. He will always be remembered with a warm heart...we will see you soon. Take care, ❤❤

Lee & Judy Riley said...

Faye I so glad you are taking some time to regroup before he memorial service. You need that. Know that our prayers are with you. Ken was a great guy. Aways had a big smile on his face.

brits on tour said...

Faye,so so sorry to see your sad news. Ken was always such a fun guy, and I'm sure that on more than occasion, he allowed me to beat him. He has been through so much suffering, that we knew nothing of. Will always remember hus smile and good humor. It was a privalidge to have known him. RIP. ken. Love and hugs to you Faye, from two dumb Brits, Jane and Jim.

Garrett & Jean said...

Faye
We send our condolences to you and your family. Ken will be missed by so many. We enjoyed a friendship mostly through fun times playing PB and crazy card games. Garrett & Jean

Unknown said...

we are truly sorry to hear of Ken's passing.
You both have been in our thoughts and prayers since we talked to Don and Diane while we were in Arizona and they told us about Ken's leg amputation.

May God be with you and grant you peace and comfort.

Carol and Bob Witherspoon