Kenneth Landon Summers
July 24, 1936 – May 12, 2020
Kenneth Summers, 83, passed away on May 12, 2020. A graveside service will be held on May 18, 2020 at 12:00 pm at the Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens in Kansas City, KS.
Kenneth was born on July 24, 1936 in Kansas City, KS. He was employed at Southwestern Bell for 42 years. He was a member of the Bonner Springs Jaycees for many years. He volunteered on the Bonner Springs ambulance several years. Kenneth was in the National Guard 205 Medical Battalion for several years.
Kenneth was preceded in death by his parents Ethel and Robert Summers, son Bill Summers, six brothers, one sister and great grandson Mason.
He is survived by his wife of 64 years, Kathy Summers, daughter Cindy Dalaba and husband Olin, son Nick Summers and wife Pam, six grandchildren: Amber, Penny, Tricia, Kristy, Shawn and Erin, twelve great grandchildren: Chris, Jaxson, Levi, Zach, Caleb, Liberty, Arabella, Valkyrie, Astra, Rainey, Flora, two sisters Kathy Grider & Linda Sylva & husband Marion.
Fond condolences and memories may be shared at www.chapelhill-butler.com.
- Kathy Summers, Wife
- Cindy Dalaba (Olin Dalaba), Daughter
- Nick Summers (Pam Summers), Son
- Kenneth also leaves behind to cherish his memory six grandchildren: Amber, Penny, Tricia, Kristy, Shawn and Erin, twelve great grandchildren: Chris, Jaxson, Levi, Zach, Caleb, Liberty, Arabella, Valkyrie, Astra, Rainey, Flora, two sisters Kathy Grider & Linda Sylva & husband Marion.
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Monday, May 18, 2020
Kenneth Landon Summers
May 15, 2020
He was a good and loving husband and father. He was always there when we needed. him. He will be missed every day.
May 14, 2020
When we first moved to Bonner Springs, we could not find a house big enough for our family. Kenny and Kathy let us stay at their house so we could go to school until we found a house. In 6 th Grade, you do not realize all that was crazy. We loved the time there, playing hide and seek in the basement. I am sure we got pretty loud. They were so gracious and all of you who knew Kenny can see that happen. I always thought he was so great. We got to see him again when my father passed away 2 years ago. My husband finally got to put a face to my stories. Distance, life and work keep people apart, but memories keep them with you forever. Kenny was a good one. May he rest in peace. 🙏🏻