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Employer: Alliance Consulting
New York, NY
Senior Account Manager
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I met Kenny through our mutual friend, Matt Daudert. He came out to hang with us O'Hara guys and fit in immediately. He was my first black friend. He was a class act and we really enjoyed being with him. His mother did a great job raising him. He was a special guy. We lost touch but I am not surprised that he had found so much success. God bless you, Kenny. You are missed.
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I didn't know Kenny personally but I feel like I knew him through the memories shared with me by his family and friends. He has the most inviting smile and now the world is blessed with his beautiful Nephew whom carries his name. Bro. Kenny may you forever live in the hearts and memories of all who loved you. And may the Ancestors keep us all aware of the presence of your enduring energy.
When I read about Kenny, it brought me to tears. I keep the clipping of him from the times on my desk to remember the importance of people... "he collected stray people." God Bless him.
I will never forget wearing Kenny's Penn Charter letter jacketin high school. I was so proud. The sleeves were so long that they reached my knees! We shared some great laughs and fun times together. I will always remember him as one of the funniest and sweetest guys that I have ever known. He is sorely missed.