Kenneth E Griffin

November 2, 1936May 17, 2020

Kenneth E. Griffin, 83, born in Littlefield, Texas on November 2, 1936, passed away on May 17, 2020, in Keller, Texas. Currently, there are no services scheduled at this time.


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Kenneth E Griffin

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cheryl vallie-porter

May 27, 2020

i will really miss this kind and wonderful christian brother! He handled his physical challenges with such grace and dignity and he always tried to keep a cheerful word when ever we visited!
Will be praying for you all in your time of sorrow but will be remembering that brother Ken will be dancing with Jesus in Heaven! and rooting for the Texas Longhorns!

Wendell Maxey

May 27, 2020

Dear Betty and Family,

Ours hearts are just broken to pieces after learning of Ken’s passing; a dear Christian Brother who we all loved and adored!! I remember when we first started attending FMP back in 1983, Ken was one of the first to come up to us and welcome us! So many wonderful memories of him over the years at devos, on youth trips, ski trips, men’s retreats...the list just goes on and on! I was always glad to get to see him when he’d call me for help with his computer! Loved his sense of humor and great smile! Ha! He will be SO missed by all, but Marilyn, Kylee and I rejoice with the angels another child of God has made it Home! Our sincere thoughts and prayers are with you and family at this time.

God Bless You All!! Love you!

Wendell, Marilyn and Kylee Maxey

James Bailey

May 27, 2020

May God be with you all at this difficult time. May he give you comfort through his word. Ken was a great Christian man, who always had a simile on his face. He will be missed by so many.

Becky Waldrop

May 26, 2020

Betty and Family - my heart goes out to you. We will miss Ken so much, and I want you you to know you are in my prayers.

Patti Woolard

May 23, 2020

Betty -
Words can express our sadness for you and your families loss. Ken was one of a kind! You are all in our prayers.
Love you-
Royce and Patti

Dana Howard

May 22, 2020

Ken was a wonderful Christian caring man and will be missed by many. He always had encouraging things to say to everybody -even when he wasn’t feeling good himself. Such a good example! Praying for your family.

Lance & Dana Howard

Melissa Ruckman

May 22, 2020

We are so sorry to hear about the loss of Ken. He loved his family and his church family and was a great Christian example to all who knew him. Please know that all of you are in our prayers and praise the Lord that Ken has gotten his heavenly reward. Prayers for the tough days ahead and blessings to such a wonderful family.

David, Melissa & Kelsi Ruckman

Charles Schoolcraft

May 22, 2020

So many great memories of Ken. Just letting you, Betty, and the kids know you are in our thoughts and prayers at this sadtime. We love you’ll so much and are praying for Peace and comfort for all of you. God bless your Sweet family. Sincerely, Charles and Jo Ann.🙏🏻

Debbie Britton

May 22, 2020

Betty we are so very sorry to hear about Ken. Our prayers are with you and your sweet family.

Linda Justice

May 22, 2020

We were so sad to hear of this. Ken has been such a sweet blessing to our family. For some reason, he took an interest in my boys and never failed to speak to them and ask them about what was going on with them and he always remembered what they told him and followed up. He continued this through out their High School and College years. He was such a wonderful example for every one of us. He is missed dearly by the Justice's.


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