OBITUARY

Kenneth Duane Dietrich

November 20, 1935March 14, 2013

Ken Dietrich was born November 20, 1935 in North Dakota and passed away March 14, 2013 in Auburn.

He moved to Auburn in 1969 and worked for decades as a general contractor. Over the years he enjoyed fishing, bowling, square dancing and playing horseshoes. He had a passion for the SF Giants and 49ers and rarely missed a game on TV. He is survived by his daughter Kim Maness and son-in-law Rick Maness of Rancho Cordova, former wife Yvonne Dietrich Deverman of Sacramento, brother Merle Dietrich of Grass Valley, sister Louise Rogers of Napa, and many nieces and nephews.

Ken’s ashes will be laid to rest at New Auburn Cemetery.

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Kenneth Duane Dietrich

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Sunnie Potter

April 4, 2013

Uncle Kenny's grin and twinkling eyes always made me smile. I have a great picture of him sitting in our (his older brother, Morris's) house, after Morris (my dad) died. His cowboy boots made an impression on me! Kim, my thoughts and prayers go out to you. I have great memories of time spent with you and the other cousins at family get-togethers. Sunnie Dietrich Potter, College Place, WA

Louise Fry

April 3, 2013

It has been many years since Ken & Evone Square Danced but would like the family to know that those that knew him will miss him. Buttons N Bows Square Dance Club, Auburn

March 31, 2013

I have many good memories of Uncle Kenny from North Dakota. We always enjoyed playing ping pong with him when he would visit while attending the academy. One time his choir came to our church, and we were so proud of his singing.
Tammy Dietrich Randolph

March 24, 2013

I'm remembering good days working with Ken on my house (windows, plumbing)and his daughter playing in our pool with my son and others when about 17 (Lodi)
A pleasant man. Let's see him again one day! - Don Mulvihill

March 19, 2013

Gregg and I were saddened to hear of Kens passing. We watched many Niner games with Ken, ate his wonderful corned beef, and watched him sing at Shady. He will be missed. Jodi and Gregg Todd

Pam Bartlett

March 19, 2013

I'm sorry to hear of Ken's passing. He was a nice man. My thoughts and prayers to his family.