OBITUARY

Kenneth Andrew Castonguay

October 18, 1947December 24, 2013

Castonguay, Kenneth A., Age 66 of Centerville, Oh passed away Dec 24, 2013 at Kettering Hospital after an extended illness. He was born in Xenia, Oh. Ken retired from NCR after 25 years of service. Ken is survived by his loving wife of 26 years, Karen (Rain), mother Yvonne (DeWine), son Daniel (Dan), daughter in law, Tina (Haney), daughter, Anjanette (Anji), sisters, Suzette, Maureen, and brother, Jon. Grandchildren, Corey, Randy, Lexie, Sophia, Chole. Mother in law, Patrica Rain, Brother in laws, Bruce Rain, Curt Rain, Bob Camp, Ron Hampton, Sister in law, Maryann & many loving caring nieces and nephews, numerous special friends. Ken enjoyed gardening, loved to cook, playing penny poker, vacationing in Gatlinburg, and going to Disney world. He was preceded in death by his father, Kenneth E Castonguay, father in law, Robert J. Rain. Memorial visitation Saturday, Jan 4, 2014, 2-3:30pm at Tobias funeral home, Beavercreek Chapel. In lieu of flowers donation may be made to Hospice of Dayton.

Services

  • Memorial Visitation Saturday, January 4, 2014
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Kenneth Andrew Castonguay

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Kay Aldrich

January 8, 2015

To Ken's Family: I worked for Ken for several years at NCR Clemson facility, and I am saddened to hear of his passing. Ken was a mentor and a friend.

With Deepest Sympathy
Kay Aldrich

Paul C. Daily

January 22, 2014

To Ken's Family: I worked with Ken for several years while at the NCR Clemson (Liberty) facility, and am saddened to hear of his passing. Ken was the consummate professional and a valued Team Player. Sincerely, Paul C. Daily.

Julie Youngblood

January 22, 2014

Karen and Family, I am so sorry to hear of Ken passing. I worked for him for a number of years while he was in Ohio and at the Liberty SC plant of NCR. Ken was a good man to work for and a friend. Your family is in my prayers.

With Deepest Sympathy

Julie A Youngblood

Mark Smith

January 4, 2014

Sorry we lost contact of each other over the years but we're good friends growing up and in high school--will miss Kenny!!

Michele Robinson

January 4, 2014

Dear Karen and Family,Sending condolences and prayers for you in this most difficult time. Ken was a kind man and especially so to my son Jay, who he now joins in Heaven.

January 2, 2014

Suzette & family:
I'm so sorry for your loss. And sorry that I've only talked to you on two sad occasions lately. I will try to do better. I think about you often. Again, sorry for the loss of your brother.
Jenny

January 2, 2014

Suzette & family:
I am so sorry for your loss. And I'm sorry that you have only heard from me on two sad occasions. I will try to do better about calling. Again, so sorry for the loss of your brother.
Jenny

January 1, 2014

Deepest sympathy to Ken's family. We have lost too many good men this year!

Connie DeWine Greenup, North Port FL

Dee (Cencebaugh) Chamness

December 30, 2013

Ken was the first person to help familiarize me with my work assignments when I transferred to International Delivery Coordination at NCR in the 70's. I remember the urgent concern he had to get home to Xenia, OH and his family when we heard about the huge tornado that headed through the town. His home was damaged and had to be rebuilt. He even invited us to his house when it was finished.

This may sound strange but I was thinking about NCR several weeks ago and Ken was one of the people I thought about because he had helped train me. He was always so friendly and easy going; one of the people you remember with fondness. Sorry to find out that his love of family and his smile will be missed.

Sally Dugan

December 29, 2013

I worked with Ken at NCR for many years, he was a very nice person. My prayers are with his family at this difficult time.

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