Mr. Kenneth A. McGonigal
March 24, 1964 - May 22, 2021
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Kenneth Allen McGonigal, 57, loving and devoted husband of Stephanie McGonigal, died Saturday, May 22, 2021. Kenneth was a classic car enthusiast and mechanic. He loved the great outdoors and especially kayaking. He had a hummingbird sanctuary in his backyard. He enjoyed playing pool, darts, and had a deep interest in astrology. Born in Princeton,…

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Steve Finta left a message on June 1, 2021:
Kenny (aka Joe Dirt) from his fellow Echlin friends in CT. You will be missed. We were friends for over 20 plus yrs. he was the type of person who would help you out in any way. I often called on him for his expertise with electronics. He knew his stuff. My condolence goes out to the love of his life Stephanie. He suffered the past few years, but now he is in a better place. Miss you buddy.
Sandy McGonigal left a message on May 31, 2021:
Stephanie, I am so sorry that you lost the love of your life, Kenny. I am so glad that Todd and I could be there to help you through his passing. I only wish that we had lived closer so that we could have seen each other more often. I thank God we went down there to visit the two of you in 2018 before Kenny became ill. He was so happy we were there and I remember how excited he was to show us around Greenville. Kenny's love for his brother, Todd, was so evident and it was very obvious he waited to see Todd one last time before he passed. It is incredible how much Todd and Kenny had in common. It was also comforting to see how well you cared for him. When we arrived, he was so peaceful, comfortable, and very well cared for. I know you have great friends nearby that will take good care of you, but if you ever need family around, please reach out to me and Todd. Love, Sandy
Bill Beechwood left a message on May 27, 2021:
May God Bless you Ken, I have fond memories of July 4th cookouts & fire crackers, family reunions in Pennsylvania, large holiday dinners with many family members and many others. You will be missed. Bill Beechwood
Laura Salasek left a message on May 25, 2021:
My condolences to you Stephanie. Kenny was the kindest person I have ever had the pleasure to have met. Really a good man to the n-th degree. He, just like you, was so organized and took care of everything with such great respect. A lost art these days. He took care of you and you took care of Kenny. If ever a match made in heaven... you two were perfect for one another. You took such incredible care of Ken these past years and I know he appreciated every minute. We lost a good man here on earth. He was so generous with his time in the neighborhood. I loved him as Santa.... and the kids loved him! You both did many things for the kids before I moved here and everyone talked about it! May he rest in peace - I know he will, and Stephanie, he will be with you always. xx Laura
Matthew shaw left a message on May 24, 2021:
I was very sad to hear of Kenny's passing. He will be very missed by many. I worked with Kenny for a few years. I remember Kenny was always early for work. Sitting in his truck and waiting for his time to start the day. But when the clock hit going home time Kenny would sprint to his truck to go home. Kenny never had a bad word to say about anyone. If you were lucky enough to have Kenny as a friend you had a true friend. Ill never forget when he got the kyac he came back to work with a really bad sun burn. Kenny really took great care of everything he owned. I dont think they were another person that kept his cars so clean. I remember going to his home to help him move some furniture and couldn't believe how emaculate his garage was. Everything had a place and everything was in its place. Kenny you will be missed. Rest in peace bud.
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Barbara Miller left a message on May 23, 2021:
Thinking of all of you in this time of loss, remember all the good times you all had, and hoping it helps in some way, as you all share in your sadness today. You'r all in my prayers Love always Barbara
Stephanie McGonigal left a message on May 23, 2021:
CHRISTMAS- 12/2016 Mr. & Mrs. Santa clause I would like to share this photo in honor of my husband Kenneth A McGonigal for all of his charity work he so graciously did for the community for over 11 years HO-HO-HO
Stephanie McGonigal left a message on May 23, 2021:
Ode To my love Kenney. Words cannot ever, ever, express the pain I am feeling knowing that you are no longer by my side. We were inseparable you and I and that will never change in life or in death. I cannot and will not ever comprehend why you had to suffer so and why you were taken from me. I will never forget your smile and your laughter and those beautiful brown eyes, your long curly locks and your lips that spoke tenderness in my ears for thirty years. You were and will always be my HERO, my night in shinning armor, always there to lift me up and save me. You were and are still and forever my true WHITE NIGHT. I will look for you in the stars. Rest in peace for this is not the end its just the beginning, we will be together again. I love you, forever & always your beloved wife Stephanie xoxoxoxoxoxox=13
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