OBITUARY

Kenneth Allen Garcia

October 21, 1946June 10, 2019

Kenneth Allen Garcia, age 72, passed away on June 10, 2019 in Houston. TX. His friends all called him Ken but to his family he was still known as Kenny or Uncle Kenny. He was kind hearted he enjoyed life and lived it to the fullest. He was one of a kind and if you ever met you never forgot him. He always livened up an event with his stories and teasing which everyone loved. He graduated From Robert E Lee in 1965. He started working in sales and joined the army Reserves shortly after he graduated. After moving to Atlanta Ga. In the late 60s he became a bartender and ran the Red Dog Saloon. He later moved back to Texas and settled in Houston in the early 70s. He became very successful selling bank equipment. He moved down to Rio Villa in 1976 Where he lived the rest of his Life. Ken later started working more in the entertainment industry became a licensed Auctioneer and opened his own Auction business. He donated his time to many charitable events as an auctioneer and entertainer. Ken Garcia Was born October 21, 1946 in San Antonio, Texas to Joe A and Ruth B Garcia. Ken Garcia is survived by his wife Penny Saski, son Troy granddaughter Tiffany, siblings Randy, Russell and Chrissy and many nieces and nephews that love him dearly.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Pete Gregory, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Dwight Patterson, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Bruce Partin, Honorary Pallbearer
  • A.C. Lowe, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Judge Parrott, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Judge Reisner, Honorary Pallbearer

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, June 15, 2019

Memories

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George Piazzi

June 15, 2019

I grew up in the '70s in a fatherless home; but fortunately for me God was looking down and saw fit that the Garcias- Kenny, his two brothers, Randy and Russell, and their Mom and Dad, Ruth and Joe- were my neighbors. They took me in like a family member, which resulted in some of my fondest child-hood memories. The first things I learned on the guitar were from Kenny and Randy! I feel like I have lost a family member with the passing of Kenny. I wrote the following song a few months ago:

"I know a man, tall and strong
Not my father, but he was
a Dad… ‘cause he loved me

Not with words, that he’d say
But in the time that he gave
To a little boy filled with joy...
Shootin’ pool, playin’ guitar
Water skiing, smoking cigars

Those are the days I’m grateful for
Your Mom and dad, and brothers too/two
Learnin’ to be cool like Randy
Uncle Russell’s barbecue
Throwin’ parties, havin’ fun
Yeah, at the Garcia’s, I was loved"

Shelley Lignore

June 13, 2019

Such a beautiful soul.
You always made me laugh. I loved sharing jokes with you, and your kindness was genuine. I'll always remember that you gave me my very first JJ Watt Jersey, I still wear it with pride and think of you surprising me that day.
I loved you, and I am very glad that I was a part of your life.
RIP my dear friend.
Shelley
LS397

Sherron Sears

June 12, 2019

We will miss you, always fun to be around. RIP buyer #7

Renee King Sonnen

June 12, 2019

Ken was always a dynamic personality with a heart of gold. Thank you for being such a good friend to so many.

Chris Telschow

June 12, 2019

Ken Garcia--

A great man that will be missed by thousands of people that he has met and worked with over his lifetime!

Chris Telschow
Buyer #47

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY