Kenneth E. Korth
January 11, 1934 - March 16, 2013
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Kenneth Emil Korth, age 79, of Appleton, passed away on Saturday, March 16, 2013 at Pine Manor. Ken was born on January 11, 1934, son of the late Elmer and Wilma Korth. He was the third oldest of nine children. Ken attended St. Paul Lutheran grade school in Appleton, where he was baptized and confirmed.…

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George Korth left a message on May 2, 2013:
Uncle Kenny, Now you can be at peace up in heaven with Grandma and Grampa Korth along with my Dad and other Aunt and Uncles who went before you. Thank you for serving our county in the United States Marine Corps. It takes a heck of a MAN to join the Marines at the age of 17 years old and see combat. Semper Fi. Your Nephew, George
Cindy Zaddack left a message on May 2, 2013:
Hello Howard & Milly, Please accept our sincere sympathy on the passing of your brother Kenneth. We almost fell over when we read that Ken was your brother! My father, Forrest Barrow, was also a resident at Pine Manor in Embarrass (Dad passed away on February 10, 2013) and when we would go out see Dad we always enjoyed seeing Ken and listening to his singing. It seemed he was always singing "You are My Sunshine"! Though Ken was dealing with dimentia, like my father, he always seemed happy and our family enjoyed visiting with him! You and your family will continue to be in our prayers. God bless and keep you all during this difficult time and always. Sincerely, Jerry & Cindy Zaddack
Cindy Zaddack left a message on May 2, 2013:
Hello Howard & Milly, I almost fell over when I read that Kenneth was Howard's brother. My father, Forrest Barrow, was also a resident at Pine Manor in Embarrass and he passed away on February 10, 2013. It was always a pleasure to see Ken at Pine Manor and listen to his singing. It seemed that he was always singing "You are my Sunshine"! Though he was dealing with dimentia, the same as my father, Ken always seemed happy and our family enjoyed visiting with him. Please accept our sincere sympathy and know that you will continue to be in our prayers. God bless and keep you and your family during this difficult time and always! Cindy & Jerry Zaddack
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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