Condolences for Kenneth Earl DeLong

Sonia Smith posted on 6/13/22

I can still hear Uncle Kenny’s voice and his laugh. I remember sitting in your living room and talking with Bill. He was asking my dad when he would retire. In his 90’s Bill still claimed he worked for the railroad. I miss my family. With mom and dad gone, I am happy to talk with you that are still with me. Mom left a couple of years ago to pave the way for all of us. She ushered Kenny into glory. With dad, Bill and the many others we have lost. Anything you need, please let me know. Pat keeps in touch with me and I may be in California but my heart is with all of you. In case you never view this, a card is on the way


Nancy Veres posted on 6/1/22

Charleen, Debbie and Family. Our sympathy at this difficult time. Kenny always liked to discuss his garden with the neighbors. Especially concerning his tomatoes and checking with my husband if he had been fishing. Thoughts and prayers with the family.


Patty Bauknecht Valloric posted on 6/1/22

Debbie, Dana and families, So sorry to hear about your dad. You have my deepest sympathy Patty Bauknecht Valloric


Debbie Prebeg Booth posted on 5/31/22

So sorry for your lost. Prayers for comfort during this time.


Brant Cwalinski posted on 5/31/22

Always likes talking to him when I worked at Mehlman’s. He was always friendly and kind.


Lynn and Judy Steele posted on 5/30/22

Our deepest sympathy to Kenny’s family… what a wonderful man..always smiling and joking.


Don and Kathie Barnes posted on 5/30/22

Kenny was such an awesome person and a great family friend. We have so many memories of all of the DeLong children playing with the Lovejoy children. Our sympathy goes to the family.


Bob Powell posted on 5/30/22

So sorry for the passing of your father. Kenny was a very good man. I remember him from when he had the garage in Shadyside and when he use to bring his car to Shadyside Automotive. God bless you and your family.