Rest in peace my brother
Rest In Peace Kenny. Will always be in my thoughts.
Kenny was always there for whatever the chapter needed... A founding life member, Kenny served in leadership positions at the Chapter, State Council and at National... Rest easy Kenny... I've known you since the beginning and will miss you... Slow hand salute...
Joseph Panzardi Sr.
REST IN PEACE KENNY......ALL THE PAIN YOU HAVE BEEN GOING THROUGH HAS FINALLY ENDED. I ALWAYS LOOK FORWARD TO CALLING YOU ON YOUR BIRTHDAY, FEB 2nd and ASKED YOU IF YOU WERE THE GROUNDHOG...HA,HA...YOU ALWAYS HAD A LAUGH FOR THAT COMMENT.
I met Ken at the old Queens Vet Center in 1981 when were forming Chapter 32. We became close friends and traveled around the country for numerous VVA events begining with the founding convention in November 1983. Kenny was very active in Chapter 32 and held almost every office. He would go out of his way for any veteran. He will be missed.
I met Kenny in 1984. The chapter along with John Rowan Don, Spencer and many others came to my families Sid after my son was run down andd our apartment will st the hodd dad oral wad broken into and everything e owned was stolen. I'm only sorry I fell out of contact with the chapter for so many years. It's extremely hurtful. When I moved I refused to join another Chapter and chose to be a lifetime member with chapter 32 for the rest of my life. RIP Kenny and god bless you all. We will always be brothers. Amen
"REST IN PIECE MY BROTHER!!"