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Hardage-Giddens Rivermead Funeral Home

127 Blanding Blvd, Orange Park, FL

OBITUARY

Kenneth Michael Lane

24 February , 19634 August , 2019
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Kenneth Michael Lane age 56, passed away on August 4, 2019. Born on February 24, 1963 in Jacksonville Florida, growing up he loved to fish and hunt. He joined the Marine Corp in 1980 and served tours in Beirut and Grenada. He was awarded the Rifle Badge Expert M-16, Sea Service Deployment Ribbon (3rd aware), Navy Unit Commendation (2nd award), Humanitarian Service Medal, Marine Corps Expeditionary Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, and Combat Action Ribbon. He was proud to be a Marine and of his service to our country.

He worked for the DOT for 27 years; he worked at Jacksonville Maintenance Ellis Road and South Side Yard, Bridge Maintenance and Jacksonville Construction. Over the years, his duties included Permits Inspector, Contracts Manager, Equipment Operator, Maintenance of Traffic Supervisor, and for almost the last 5 years he was the Construction Coordinator for railroad, LAP, and utilities with the DOT and was awarded the Employee of the Quarter earlier this year.

He and his wife are members of the Filipino Bayanihan Community Group.

He was a faithful and dedicated husband to his wife Lerma, other than work, they were rarely apart from each other. One of his greatest joys was fishing and being out on the water in a boat or kayak. He was a loyal friend and always willing to lend a hand for friends or family. He loved to joke around and play jokes on friends and family. He has touched many lives and will be greatly missed.

He is preceded in death by his parents: Brenda Joyce Davis and James D Lane Jr. Ken is survived by his wife of 34 years, Lerma Lane; his aunts: Phyllis Pike (Robert) and Rose Rose; his uncles: Buford Rose (Carrie) and Ricky Rose (Brenda); his stepfather, Richard Davis Sr. (Tammie); his stepmother, Joyce Lane; his sisters: Danna Lips (Claude), Crystal Wolford (Shawn), Shelley Lane, Michele Rouselle (Roland) and Kimberly Dray (Kelly); his brothers: Nick Lane, Richard Davis Jr. (Kimberly) and Shawn Lane; sister’s in law, Doris Bano(Joseph) and Precy Cruz; brother-in-law, Ernie Miranda (Nellie); multiple nieces, nephews, and cousins, including Doctor Cecilia Scheuerman and Ungco family.

At HARDAGE-GIDDENS RIVERMEAD FUNERAL HOME located at 127 Blanding Blvd, Orange Park, Florida on Friday 8/16 there will be viewing from 5p-6p for the family and 6p-8p for friends followed by Funeral Services on Saturday 8/17 at 10am.

Military Funeral Honors will be provided at Jacksonville National Cemetery on Lannie Rd on Friday September 27th at 12:30pm where his ashes will be laid to rest.

Please post words of comfort at www.hardage-giddensrivermead.com.

  • FAMILY

  • He is preceded in death by his parents: Brenda Joyce Davis and James D Lane Jr. Ken is survived by his wife of 34 years, Lerma Lane; his aunts: Phyllis Pike (Robert) and Rose Rose; his uncles: Buford Rose (Carrie) and Ricky Rose (Brenda); his stepfather, Richard Davis Sr. (Tammie); his stepmother, Joyce Lane; his sisters: Danna Lips (Claude), Crystal Wolford (Shawn), Shelley Lane, Michele Rouselle (Roland) and Kimberly Dray (Kelly); his brothers: Nick Lane, Richard Davis Jr. (Kimberly) and Shawn Lane; sister’s in law, Doris Bano(Joseph) and Precy Cruz; brother-in-law, Ernie Miranda (Nellie); multiple nieces, nephews, and cousins, including Doctor Cecilia Scheuerman and Ungco family.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, 16 August , 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, 17 August , 2019
  • Graveside Friday, 27 September , 2019

Memories

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Jeffrey Cruz

11 August 2019

Jeffrey Grace Tennessee Cruz

11 August 2019

Uncle Ken was a great man. He's been one of the kindest people, one of the best uncles, and a very comical person I have ever known. He's become part of our lives and family (with us, Cruz's) since 2005. Everytime we visit Florida, we always make it a point to see them in Orange Park. We go to holidays together (mostly in Orlando) almost every year back then. Uncle Ken and Auntie Lerma were with us when we celebrated the biggest event in our lives in Las Vegas.

He's been one of our sponsors when I got married. He's been one of my son's godparents. He's taught my son a lot, everytime they see each other whenever we visit them.

He became part of the most important milestones in our lives.

He's always funny. There would always be opportunities whenever he injects his peculiar sense of humour in any situation. My family and I have loved him and he would surely be missed a lot.

To one of the greatest men I have ever met and shared milestones with, it had been a great honour and privilege to us when he became part of our family.

Marj De Leon

11 August 2019

You will be missed dearly Uncle Ken. One memory I have of you was learning how to cook & enjoy a properly cooked fried egg and having sausages with peppers & onions when I first got here in the US. Thank you for having me in your home for a while, thank you for the boat rides and fishing trips...I was glad me and my family got to spend some time with you on our last visit. ❤️💔

Teresa Beasley

8 August 2019

May God comfort each of the family and each of the many DOT family and friends. Ken was a giver and shared many refreshments with his coworkers regularly. I am sure his expertise and friendship with the construction office will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with each of you. May God bless you during this very difficult time.
Ronald and Teresa Beasley. (Mrs B)

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Biography

Kenneth Michael Lane age 56, passed away on August 4, 2019. Born on February 24, 1963 in Jacksonville Florida, growing up he loved to fish and hunt.

He joined the Marine Corp in 1980 and served tours in Beirut and Grenada. He was awarded the Rifle Badge Expert M-16, Sea Service Deployment Ribbon (3rd aware), Navy Unit Commendation (2nd award), Humanitarian Service Medal, Marine Corps Expeditionary Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, and Combat Action Ribbon. He was proud to be a Marine and of his service to our country.

He worked for the DOT for 27 years; he worked at Jacksonville Maintenance Ellis Road and South Side Yard, Bridge Maintenance and Jacksonville Construction. Over the years, his duties included Permits Inspector, Contracts Manager, Equipment Operator, Maintenance of Traffic Supervisor, and for almost the last 5 years he was the Construction Coordinator for railroad, LAP, and utilities with the DOT and was awarded the Employee of the Quarter earlier this year.

He and his wife are members of the Filipino Bayanihan Community Group.

He was a faithful and dedicated husband to his wife Lerma, other than work, they were rarely apart from each other. One of his greatest joys was fishing and being out on the water in a boat or kayak. He was a loyal friend and always willing to lend a hand for friends or family. He loved to joke around and play jokes on friends and family. He has touched many lives and will be greatly missed.

He is preceded in death by his parents: Brenda Joyce Davis and James D Lane Jr. Ken is survived by his wife of 34 years, Lerma Lane; his aunts: Phyllis Pike (Robert) and Rose Rose; his uncles: Buford Rose (Carrie) and Ricky Rose (Brenda); his stepfather, Richard Davis Sr. (Tammie); his stepmother, Joyce Lane; his sisters: Danna Lips (Claude), Crystal Wolford (Shawn), Shelley Lane, Michele Rouselle (Roland) and Kimberly Dray (Kelly); his brothers: Nick Lane, Richard Davis Jr. (Kimberly) and Shawn Lane; sister’s in law, Doris Bano(Joseph) and Precy Cruz; brother-in-law, Ernie Miranda (Nellie); multiple nieces, nephews, and cousins, including Doctor Cecilia Scheuerman and Ungco family.

At HARDAGE-GIDDENS RIVERMEAD FUNERAL HOME located at 127 Blanding Blvd, Orange Park, Florida on Friday 8/16 there will be viewing from 5p-6p for the family and 6p-8p for friends followed by Funeral Services on Saturday 8/17 at 10am.

Military Funeral Honors will be provided at Jacksonville National Cemetery on Lannie Rd on Friday September 27th at 12:30pm where his ashes will be laid to rest.

Please post words of comfort at www.hardage-giddensrivermead.com.