OBITUARY

Kenneth Wayne Elliott

September 18, 1959June 7, 2019

Kenneth Wayne Elliott was born on September 18, 1959 and passed away on June 7, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Services

28 June

Memorial Service

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Palm Downtown Mortuary

1325 North Main St
Las Vegas, NV 89101

28 June

Reception

5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Palm Downtown Mortuary

1325 North Main St
Las Vegas, NV 89101

Memories

Kenneth Wayne Elliott

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James Mckines

June 17, 2019

They say that you only meet a few people in your life that help define and change your life forever. My uncle Ken was that in my life, we don’t get to choose family but if I had the chance I’d have chosen him over and over again. Our relationship as Nephew and Uncle grew over time, Ken was the disciplinarian to my teenage angst. He help ground me and always supported my thoughts and feelings which was monumental in my development. As the inherited Patriarch of our family, I looked up to his guidance and wisdom, Ken someone who rooted for the underdog so that one day the underdog could repay the favor to someone else looking for a champion, a steady and unwavering hand that exemplified patience, strength and confidence. On a day I’ll never forget, when I was being disciplined by Ken for yelling at my mom, I was about 8 or so, and ken picked me up from my house bought me a happy meal, and proceeded to take me to his house. We arrived at his house and I had the opportunity to meet “Agony” for the first time. It was 8 lashed for being unruly, and disobedient, I told Ken at about the fourth lash... “please stop, I learned my lesson, you’re like Iron Man.” The name Iron Man stuck and when we bonded and I understood what he was doing, I told him, “If it wasn’t for you and “agony” I’m not sure where I’d be now. So I say this to tell you all, my Uncle Ken was (Iron Man) and he knew it. He also knew that he could only take so much before he was ready to save us from the pain and suffering of seeing Iron Man lose a battle. Iron Man always found a way to win, and this time our Iron Man found a way to win but on his own terms. Ken you taught me respect, love, and dedication for that I will forever be grateful. Thank you, Iron Man.

Ken Elliott
Gone but never forgotten.

Cynthia Chester

June 17, 2019

Ken,
Even though you’ve left too soon, you will never be forgotten. Your light will continue to shine for generations after you. Your wisdom will be passed on and on. There’s never been a bad word said about you, only expressions of love and admiration. You will be missed here, but welcomed to heavenly light ♥️

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY