Kenneth Dean Sager

February 11, 1961July 10, 2017

Funeral services for Kenneth D. Sager, age 56, of Zephyr will be held at 11 AM Saturday at the Davis-Morris Funeral Home Chapel. The family will receive friends from 10 AM until service time. Mr. Sager passed away Monday, July 10 as the result of an automobile accident. Kenneth Dean Sager was born February 11, 1961 in Huchinson, Kansas to Donald Jean and Shirley Maxine Sager. He graduated from Concordia High School before moving to Zephyr. Kenneth was an electrical journeyman and a foreman at Kohler Company, where he was employed for over 20 years. He loved fishing, sustainable energy, self-sufficiency and working on Ford vehicles. Ken had a great sense of humor and was a real-life "Mac Gyver"…auto mechanic, home remodeler, master creator….Ken could make anything out of anything. Those left behind to cherish his memories are his brother Keith D. Sager of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, sister Karen J. Sager Kamps of Robins, Georgia; many nieces and nephews; friends Mr. & Mrs. Larry Chamberlain and Mr. & Mrs. Jim Letien, and Wilson, the dog. He is preceded in death by his parents.

Arrangements under the direction of Davis-Morris Funeral Home, Brownwood, TX.



  • Visitation

    Saturday, July 15, 2017

  • Funeral

    Saturday, July 15, 2017

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Sarah Lozano

July 17, 2017

Karen My payers are with your family!

Jan Oakley

July 16, 2017

So sorry to hear about the sudden loss of my cousin Kenneth. Sending thoughts & prayers to the rest of his family.

Karen J Sager Kamps

July 14, 2017

Kenneth didn't always it like when I tagged along growing up being his little sister, but I believe he came to tolerate my presence. I remember a time in which he said to me he could make a cloud disappear. I said to him, "I don't believe you". He said "climb up on top of the Motor Home focus on a cloud and picture it in your mind and you can make it disappear. I believed in everything he said from then on and he helped me to believe in myself! Miss you Kenneth!

Christine Corson

July 13, 2017

I have not seen Ken in many years, but I know some truths that time holds true....Ken had a smile to light a room and a laugh to brighten any day. I remember him as a Wrangler wearin', motorcycle ridin', truck lovin', fun loving man who's heart was genuine. He'd help anyone, anytime, anywhere and he did his best with the cards he was dealt. His smile is in my memory forever. I know he is with his Mom and his Dad, both whom he loved more then anything. I will miss him. Always have, always will.

Cheryl Morris

July 13, 2017

We always think that we have more time to catch-up, more time to be together. But then it slips by so quickly without us even realizing what we are losing.
You have had and will always hold such a special place in my heart, baby brother.
I love and miss you. I know you will always be near and I take comfort that in time we will see each other again.
With so much love
Your sister, Cheryl


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