Kenneth John Williams

September 15, 1942April 11, 2013

On April 11, 2013, Kenneth John Williams passed away. He is the cherished husband of Joyce Williams (nee Ippolito); loving father of Kimberly Malkin and husband Ernest, Joyce Kaluzny and husband Michael; cherished grandfather of Laura Kutchins and husband Thomas Farver, Kierra Kaluzny, Andrew Kutchins, Abigail Kutchins and Kayla Kaluzny; devoted great grandfather of Alexia Joy Farver; dear brother of Beverly Steinbacher and the late Donald Williams; loving uncle of Christopher Steinbacher. Kenneth is also survived by many other loving family and friends.

Services are private. Arrangements by Witzke Funeral Homes, Inc.


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Emory Haines

April 21, 2013

Ken was a good friend. I knew him for many years. He helped me out in my career at the Agency, he made a real difference in how well I did by helping and mentoring me. Over the last couple years we lost contact, I had not heard from him and often wondered how he was doing. I am sorry we lost touch. We shared the hobby of ham radio and in the years past spent good times sharing the hobby. Ken was one of the good guys, he had lots of friends and he will be missed. Sorry for your loss.
Emory Haines

Mary and Larry Russo

April 18, 2013

Larry and I will treasure the many memories of laughter and adventure with Ken and Joy. Ken was a true gentleman with a generous spirit. He will be missed but forever cherished.

Mary Dacunha

April 16, 2013

I hope Kenny's loving memory will help to enlighten you. I have many fond childhood memories of Kenny. My heart and prayers are with you.

Tami Alfieri

April 15, 2013

With my deepest sympathy to you and your family, Joy. My thoughts are with you and your family during this most difficult time.

Petula Buschert

April 13, 2013

My thoughts and prayers are with you. No words can bring you comfort but your memories will help you.

Trista McAleavy

April 13, 2013

My thoughts and prayers are with you Joyce and Joy. So sorry to read of Kenny's passing. May your memories be bridges across your time of sorrow...

Linda&Charles Greenhalgh

April 13, 2013

Cousin Kenny will be missed by all that have ever met him. He had a great sense of humor and could tell wonderfully enlightening stories of his many travels and encounters. We visited with his delightful family when they lived in Germany years ago and continued our relationship through telephone and emails for the years that followed. Please know that our warmest thoughts and prayers are with you, Joy, and your family. Love, Linda and Charles Greenhalgh, Pembroke Pines, Florida