On saturday, I lost my best friend. We might have been hundreds of miles away, but our hearts stayed close.
I will always remember how we first met, and all the activities we did while visiting Alabama. Your hospitality was so gracious. You did yourself and your state proud.
We'll meet again my friend. I hope they have waffles in heaven.
Roll-Tide my friend Roll-Tide.
sending a ton of BUFFALOVE.
Dennis Lafferty from Buffalo, N.Y.
My sincerest condolences to Ken's family and loved ones, especially Diane, Chris, Jason, and Daniel.
Ken was a kind-hearted man who kindled a friendship with my family and I many years ago when I was just a boy. We met him because of his kindness to help us during a family vacation, but we've stayed close all these years because of how great of a friend he and his family have been to us.
Between the visits to their home or ours, the various outings for food, or just the phone calls to say hello and keep in touch, Ken will always have a place in our hearts.
We'll miss you dearly Ken! As we say prayers, give thanks for having you in our lives, and are thankful for your friendship. May you rest peacefully.
The Lafferty Family
Met Ken and Diane while traveling in Alabama with my sister, Mariclare. After a nice visit at their home, I couldn't help but think...what a kind, loving couple these people are and how I was lucky enough to get to meet them and spend time with them. I will never forget day we left Alabama. Mar called Ken and asked if he could help us repack our van for the way home. We had been shopping and bought everything that wasn't nailed down. He met us at his place of employment and nearly fell over with laughter when he saw all the bags and boxes we had. It took him a while, but he got us packed up and tied up, and he even left us room enough to sit down for the ride home !! He was a truly nice person and I know he is up there in the heavens smiling down on us all. God bless you, Ken. Diane..my prayers go out to you and your family.