Kenneth Harold Delaney
February 28, 1964 – October 4, 2021
Kenneth Harold Delaney passed away Monday October 4th 2021 in Phoenix, AZ.
He was preceded in death by his father, Raymond Delaney and brother, Thomas Williams. He is survived by his mother, Aline; Daughter, Marisa (Anthony Fiancée) Delaney; granddaughters, Araceli and Haisley; Brothers, Michael Williams, Raymond (Sandra) Delaney, David Delaney; and sisters, Theresa Hawkins and Deborah Delaney.
Kenneth was the life of the party. He knew how to light up a room with his sarcasm. He loved playing his guitar and listening to Eddie Van Halen. He enjoyed camping, watching football (Go CHARGERS) spending time with his friends, daughter and granddaughters. Kenneth was always quick with a joke and loved making everyone around him smile.He was a journeyman carpenter by trade who loved working with his hands. Kenneth was loved and will be missed.
A celebration of life for Kenneth will be held Saturday, October 23, 2021 at 2:00 PM at Chapel of the Chimes, 7924 N. 59th Ave., Glendale, AZ 85301.
In lieu of flowers the family would ask for donations to be made to Autism Speaks in the name of Kenny www.autismspeaks.org/
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.ChapeloftheChimesMortuary.com for the Delaney family.
- Autism Speaks
Celebration of Life
Saturday, October 23, 2021
Kenneth Harold Delaney
October 27, 2021
Thanks for being my friend brother. We had some times on the job sites. Never forget” LETS BE RABBITS!!!” Jam with Eddie
October 18, 2021
There are so many memories I have of Kenny. His quick wit, humor, and easy-going nature are always part of those memories. My favorite memory, though, is of Kenny with Marisa playing barbies. The two of them sitting on the couch or on the floor in the living room, fully engaged in imaginary scenarios and toy conversations, smiles, giggles, and hilarious facial expressions always makes me smile.
October 16, 2021
I first met Kenny when he was 3 or 4 years old. I was 11. We lived on the same street and he would cruise up snd down the sidewalk on his big wheel always with a huge smile on his face. If you were out in the yard he would stop and chat. I remember how polite and smart (and adorable) he was for such a little guy. He kept those qualities his entire life. Gone way too soon, leaving so many broken hearts. Rest In Peace until we all meet again.