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Mandee Bell December 8, 2012 at 03:53 pm
I remember going to the theater with my boyfriend (now my husband) Jecoa Bell when we were only 15Read More yrs old! That was almost 16 yrs ago. Ken was such a larger part of our community & a nice man. He will be greatly missed. We're sorry to see him go..... Mandee Bell
Sheila December 8, 2012 at 04:03 pm
Mr. Kerr was a great fellow. When I was raising my kids 30 years ago, I once asked him why he keptRead More prices lower than any other theater around. He said he wanted kids to be able to afford to see a movie. That stayed with me all these years. I'm sad to hear that he has passed. He was a nice part of Enumclaw.
gabe moeller March 6, 2014 at 04:10 pm
my grandpa was the best grandpa and i loved going to the movies and helping out all of you at theRead More ticket booth when he would let me and helping you at the candy counters and since he has passed i realized i want to take over so that's what i'm going to do i'm going to go to collage and i'm going to get it back up and doing that is my goal in life that's my dream to get my grandpas theater going back up.
Kathleen November 25, 2012 at 02:39 am
Aaron: Your Eulogy was beautiful. Such maturity, faith and acceptance all rolled into one veryRead More heartfelt speech. I truly believe your Father was there to feel your love and send out his as well to all of you. He is now moving on to the next part of his eternal life where he will await you and prepare to be together forever at the appropriate times. "Till We Meet Again" Kathleen Zvetkoff
dexterjibs November 25, 2012 at 01:02 pm
Kevin will be missed greatly. He did good work during his time on earth.
kevin kephart November 19, 2012 at 06:49 pm
I'm Kevin, Kevin's son-in-law (lovingly dubbed J.R. by Kevin's mother). I didn't really know theRead More "councilman Kevin" or "Eddie Bauer Kevin", but I knew the "Papa, Kevin Sr, and Dad" side of Kevin. He lived for his family and it showed. He was so happy being 'Papa' to his grandkids, a side of him I wish everyone could've seen. He was always there for birthdays, concerts, sporting events but best of all, just spending time together at his home. He was an amazing example of service to his family, always willing to put on the tool belt and help out on every home improvement project I ever had and he always knew what to do. I got to see him on a number of occasions in Hawaii with his loving mother, who is really the only Grandma I have ever known. It was great to see him swimming in the Hawaiian waters with his grandkids, then catching some waves with his sons on the body boards. Now that I have a daughter of my own, I can follow his example. I'm grateful for knowing him and that the Lord allowed him time to say good bye to his loving family. May we live our lives that when it's our time to go, there will be no regrets. That is the Kevin I knew and will miss. Aloha Oe
April Chan November 20, 2012 at 03:15 pm
That's a beautiful tribute, Kevin. Thank you for sharing something so personal. Folks, just wantedRead More to give a heads up from a city update today that those who are planning to attend the service on Saturday are asked to please refrain from bringing flowers. Instead, the family asks to please donate blood to the local Puget Sound Blood Center.
Jim Hogan November 24, 2012 at 07:43 pm
Kevin was laid to rest today after a beautiful service and a moving eulogy by his son. I will missRead More him more than I can express. He was a fine man who gave so much to this community. Mahalo, my friend.
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