Condolence & Memory Journal

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Posted by Bud and Moe Brinkley - Tucson, AZ   November 01, 2014

We met Kenny from the Thunderbird Club. He was warm, friendly ,outgoing and always smiling. We will miss him and his wonderful smile! Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family.

Posted by David & Barbara Fite - Hollis, NH - Friend from NEVT   October 24, 2014

Kenny was a true asset for our club, New England's Vintage Thunderbird Club. He has always been very active and willing to help out wherever needed. But most of all, he was a dear friend and a joy to be around. His life was devoted to family and service and we are better for it. Our sincere condolences to his wonderful family.
Don & Norma Seymour

Posted by Don & Norma Seymour - Farmington, NH - Friend   October 24, 2014

Today the world has lost a Farther, Brother and a Dear friend , many times you kept me company telling Jokes at Gary ,s house I always said you were the Comedy show Gary your side kick what a pair!!!! . You will be missed my friend.

With all my love God Bless
Paul

Posted by Paul Fontes - Reading, MA - Friend   October 22, 2014

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Posted by A friend   October 22, 2014

Our sympathy

Posted by The Novick Family - Quincy, MA   October 22, 2014

BIG BROTHER KEN,ALL MY MEMORIES ARE GREAT
GROWING UP IN MALDEN WITH DAD
PLAYING SPORTS EVERYDAY
GAMES IN THE HOUSE WITH ALL OF US
WATCHIN YOU AND YOUR FAMILY GROW
LIVING TOGETHER
LAUGHING AND TEASING EVERYONE WE KNEW
NONE OF THIS WILL BE FORGOTTEN ESPECIALLY YOU
YOU LEAVE US ALL WITH SADNESS AND THOUSANDS OF GOOD TIMES
LOVE YOU BRO

Posted by GARY T WILSON - LYNNFIELD, MA - BROTHER   October 21, 2014

I know Kenney will be remembered for the great guy that he was, it has been a long time since I've seen him, but he was always fun to be around. I know you will all miss him very much. My sympathy to your entire family.

Nancy Coppola Smith

Posted by A friend   October 21, 2014

Every year I would see uncle Kenny he would always be acting goofy and ask me if I was staying out of trouble. We always would smile and laugh with each other, especially when he would always tell me about his family. One thing about uncle Kenny is he always had a cheerful and happy smile on his face. When I went to see him at the hospital, even though he was struggling he was uncle Kenny. Just before I left, I walked up to him and whispered in his ear, I wanted to see him someday in heaven with Jesus. He put a big smile on his face and that is when we both said a beautiful prayer to Jesus together and he agreed that he would see all of us again in heaven.

Posted by Deborah Abasciano - Holden, MA - niece   October 21, 2014

Although we had not seen each other in many years I never forgot you. I have wonderful memories of us when we were young. You always had a special place in my heart.

Posted by Sandy Carter - Derry, NH   October 20, 2014

To the man I considered a father, thank you for everything you have done and given me in life. I don't know if you really knew how much of an impact you had on my life. You were always so loving and caring towards me and I was never too old to sit on your lap. I will miss you so much. Thank you for all the wonderful memories I will keep with me for the rest of my life.

You're the best father anyone could ask for. I was truly blessed to have you in my life.

Posted by Lauren Bateman - Medford, MA - Daughter   October 20, 2014

So sorry Carrie-Ann...hold onto good memories.

Posted by Sue Moriarty    October 20, 2014

Big Ken is my Uncle Goofball - that what I've always known him as! I will always remember in High School, one day I walked into my metal's shop and there was Uncle goofball! He was my substitute metal's teacher for a whole year - boy was that a fun class! Always made me and my kids laugh! He will be missed!

Posted by Jen Moon - Boston, MA - niece, God Daughter   October 20, 2014

Candle

I am very sorry for your families loss, Mr Wilson was a very kind man. He was someone that I could always count on being there if I had any kind of issue while attending Nashoba Tech, (class of 99) It was a pleasure seeing him a few years ago at my 10 year reunion and to hear his distinctive voice yelling "Sammy" (he was one of the few allowed to call me that) he will be greatly missed.

Posted by Samantha Reid - Lowell, MA - Former Student   October 20, 2014

Coach/Mentor
Your dedication and direction has put fire in our souls.
You have inspired us to do our best to reach our goals
Your lessons will be remembered long after the game is won.
For the lessons you have taught us
have only just begun.
You taught us about commitment perseverance and hope.
And as we go through life, well be better able to cope.
To cope with all our struggles our failures and success
Because we had you for our coach....One of the Best

"Lady Vikings" RIP our Coach Wilson

Posted by Bobbi - Ayer, MA - Coach   October 20, 2014

I will always remember Ken Sr. with a smile. He was fun, funny, and caring; a wonderful Dad. He will always hold a special place in my heart. RIP Big Ken. Lots of Love, Keri-Lyn

Posted by Keri-Lyn Crovo - E. Hampstead, NH - Friend   October 20, 2014

They just don't make teachers like Mr Wilson anymore.TRULY AN INSPIRATION TO ALOT OF KIDS AT NASHOBA TECH WHO HE STOOD BY WHEN THEY WANTED TO GIVE UP.THANK YOU AND REST RIP.P RICHER

Posted by A friend   October 20, 2014

So sorry for your loss.

Posted by Denise Mullis - Malden, MA   October 20, 2014

Still hard to believe you are no longer with us. Mr. Wilson (Willy) I will miss our chats. You have have changed so many lives over the years. You were more then a teacher, you were a friend that so many could count on. A father that raised some amazing children a grandfather that was looked up too. I know you are in a better place and not longer in pain but the selfish part of me wishes you were still with us. I love you Willy

Posted by Jenn Murphy - ME - Friend/Student Class of 94   October 20, 2014

Rest in peace Uncle Kenny. Will miss your crazy jokes and beautiful smile!

Posted by Liz Hoenshell - Littleton, MA - niece   October 20, 2014

I have many great memories of my brother ken. He loved to tease me. If I was standing next to him he would always tell me to get off my knees and stand up. My last visit at my sisters where we took family group picture. Most of us was able to get there. At one point in the day, I was standing next to ken talking to him and I was next to Kenneth his son which I was not aware of. A couple of days later my brother sent me a picture of the three of us. He told me he could not stop laughing. When I saw the picture I looked like midget between them. Both of them being 6 feet plus and me being very short, 4feet 10inches. I have to admit it was funny. The last time I saw my brother was August of this year. My husband and my daughter Suzanne and Gary joined us. Spent most of the day there we had a wonderful time. When I huged and kissed him he told me I had to come back again. I did not know it would be the last time I would see him. I thank God every day for this I had with Ken. I also thank God and my brother Gary for calling me at my home to speak to ken so I could say hello and tell him that I loved him very much and I was sending a long distance hug and kiss. I will miss you ken more then woulds could say. XOXO

Posted by Marilyn Joan McIntyre - Timmonsville, SC - Sister   October 20, 2014