Kenneth G. Juge

Kenneth G. Juge

May 21, 1964 - November 25, 2016

Kenneth G. Juge

May 21, 1964 - November 25, 2016


Kenneth G. Juge lives in , passed away at the age of 52.
Born on May 21, 1964 and passed away on November 25, 2016.

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5 responses to Kenneth G. Juge

  1. Carol Duarte says:

    My sincere sympathy goes out to Ken’s family for their loss. Those who know Ken also know how he loved and cherished you so dearly. What a monumental loss of an old friend for whom many hold lasting memories. His wit and wisdom was something to behold and will be hard pressed to be matched. Thankfully many of his sayings, pet names, and play on the English language still ring in our thoughts as though he was by our sides.. Prayers to his family that the memories you hold in your hearts help carry you through the loss of his physical being. Rest peacefully my friend.

  2. My heart goes out to the family. I worked with Ken and he was so kind and respectful. He always talked about his children to me when I asked how they were doing and what was new with them. I pray that Jesus would comfort the family during this difficult time. Know that He is near the broken hearted.

  3. Oh Juge-fruit, your hilarious dry-wit, your ability to problem solve, your junior grammarian status, your off the cuff utterances that kept us in stitches, utterances that we still say today, you have been taken too soon. You were a one-of-a-kind and will be dearly missed. May your family find some peace in knowing you were loved.

  4. Lisa Cushing says:

    I worked with Ken for about eight years. He was one of the most intelligent men I’ve ever known and he had this wonderfully dry sense of humor that I so appreciated. Ken was taken from this life too soon and will truly be missed. My love and prayers go out to his family and loved ones at this very difficult time. May the Lord Jesus comfort you and give you peace.

  5. Karen Vassar says:

    I worked with Ken for many years and considered him to be my State Farm brother. We laughed together, cried together and did both at the same time on several occasions. Sharing thoughts and ideas on proposed processes would have us agreeing to disagree while enjoying the banter we had back and forth. To his family, my deepest sympathy. We have another angel upon us. Thank you, Ken, for being my friend. I will miss you though know you are truly at peace.

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