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Kingwood Funeral Home

22800 Highway 59 North, Kingwood, TX

OBITUARY

Kenneth Ray Majeski

November 9, 1955September 6, 2019
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Kenneth was born on November 9, 1955 in Houston, Tx to Milfred and Alice Majeski. He passed away in The Woodlands, Tx on September 6, 2019 at the age of 63.

Kenneth is preceded in death by his sister, Deborah Majeski and his father, Milfred Majeski. He is survived by his loving mother, Alice "Sissy" Hook, sister, Susan Roberts and husband Claude; sister, Kathy Greenfield; brother, Daniel Klovensky and wife, Marty; Bonus children, Ginger Cucccerre & Rodney, Dusty Ware & Dallas, Bonus grandchildren, Chase Wheeler, Chelsie Forrest, & Brooke Ware; nephews, David Greenfield & wife, Kasey, Craig Greenfield, Brad Klovensky & wife Jessica; Kyle Klovensky & wife Stephani; Andy Klovensky; Dean Turner; nieces, Lisa Turner, Kelli Barbella & husband, Frank; Briana Klovensky; Cheri Hererra; special friend, Denise Giles.

Kenneth had an entrepreneurial spirit at a very young age - to say the least. As a youngster he took motors and machines of all types apart, just to study and rebuild them. From sensible beginnings he conveyed that mindset and curiosity, along with his character trait of treating everyone as he wanted to be treated, to opening his own business in 1976. Kenneth's Complete Car Care Center, Inc., a successful and treasured Kingwood tradition for over 40 years, was built on the mission of giving his community trustworthy repairs and service that treated customers like family. To him, everyone was his brother-in-law, or a family member - even if not by blood.

He had a knack of earning friendships easily with his "never knew a stranger" attitude, and treasured the simpler yet important aspects of life - like teaching youngsters to handshake properly. He was an arbitrator - a bargain hunter - a delegator. As well, he was a man with a knack for offering sound advice to most anyone willing to listen. He treated his employees fairly - always - and believed hard work would be rewarded.

Kenneth's love for the outdoors, was secondary only to the love he had for his family and his multitude of friends. If he wasn't able to escape to his ranch for some hunting, he could be found with a fishing reel in his hand, or out boat racing - or building and working on a project car. His mechanical talent and mathematical mind definitely set him apart from the ordinary.

Active Pallbearers accompanying Kenneth to his final resting place in Woodville, Tx will be Dusty Ware, Michael Greaff, Dean Turner, Craig Greenfield, David Greenfield, Bobby Lee Belyeu, Craig Mclain, Rodney Cuccerre.

Honorary Pallbearer will be Chase Wheeler, and longtime employees of Kenneth's Complete Car Care Center, Inc., Bryan Quinn, Daniel Stone, Kristal Cahoe, Mike Shannon.

Kenneth left a legacy of love, strength, friendship, determination, humor, hard work and courage. Anything less would have undermined his purpose while navigating through life - and his labor of love and commitment will always be remembered.

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, September 10, 2019
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, September 11, 2019
  • Graveside Service & Interment Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Memories

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Mandy Newman

September 12, 2019

No matter how long it had been, Uncle Kenneth always greeted you with a smile and seemed genuinely glad to see you!

I remember one time 25+ years ago, he offered to help me move. To my surprise, he showed up with a full crew and managed to have me moved in a matter of hours without ever lifting a finger! I was so impressed with how well he delegated!! He knew how to get things done!

He was a very giving person who made a lasting impression on everyone who had the pleasure of knowing him.

Ralph Nash

September 10, 2019

RIP Kenneth.. I met Kenneth in highschool and we had the love for cars or anything that had a motor. Many many great memories and lots of stories I have.
We always enjoyed working on the cars, cleaning and polishing and then take them out.
A dear friend that I loved like my brother and although we didn’t see each other often I knew I had a friend for life.
My condolences to the all the Family.
May God Bless and the ease the pain.
I love Kenneth and all his Family

Chelsie Cuccerre/Forrest

September 10, 2019

Papa Kenneth will always hold a very special place in my heart. I have so many awesome memories with him that I will cherish dearly. He was a wonderful man who loved hard. He had so many friends who loved him greatly. He will be missed many. I made my husband promise to pass on the tradition of always making sure the ladies know how “beautiful” they are. Because Papa never failed to let the ladies know that! He had an awesome personality & he was such a character. I love & miss you already papa!!

Marty Roberts

September 10, 2019

Kenneth was a huge part of my life. We spent a lot of years making memories I will always hold close to my heart. He was also important to my children and will always be remembered as PawPaw Kenneth to my grandchildren. We love you and will miss you always Kenneth Ray!

Paula Hamilton

September 9, 2019

Susan, Sissy, Dean, Lisa and Family - you have my deepest sympathy for the loss of Kenneth. I met him years before we all were blessed with the birth of Dean’s daughter Madelyn and got to know each other. We took our cars to his repair shop. He was a very nice man. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Nana Paula

Debbie Brannon

September 8, 2019

Kenneth was my boyfriend in junior high and even though my parents wouldn't let me date he would come over and we would just sit outside in the yard and talk. I remember He would always chew on a piece of grass.🙂 he was so sweet and kind and I cried when he moved from our neighborhood 😥 Wish I had stayed in touch. May he rest in peace.

Crystal Robertson Milner

September 8, 2019

I've known Kenneth and the entire family since I was 15 years old, I will not say my age but its been over 45 yrs. I consider Kathy one of my dearest best friends. Jan Loper, Kat and I have continued our friendship meeting at least once a year to catch up on life. The Majeski's introduced me to water skiing on San Rayburn at the age of 15. Large groups of us in school would all go to their place in San Rayburn. I continued going to San Rayburn into my 30's. Sis was my second mother. Susan and her family we an extension of my family. I remember the night my mom, Cathy Mercilliott and her mom drove to the Majeski house and wrapped it, also putting a for sale sign in their yard. Of course that was after Ralph and Kenneth put all the neighbors garbage in Cathys yard one weekend. Every summer and Christmas I worked the fireworks stand that I believe was maybe Kenneths uncle. Kenneth used to loan me the condo in Conroe for weekends. Sometimes in our later years Kenneth would call and leave me a message on my cell telling me he was my gynocolgist and I must immediately call back, trying to scare me. Of course I knew it could only be Kenneth. To the family please know you were blessed for the time you had this crazy, kind, silly, prankster in your life. He will be missed by all. May God grant you peace in this time of sorrow.

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