Kenneth Rylonds Mabry

February 23, 1944April 12, 2019

Kenneth Rylonds Mabry, 75, of Louisville passed away on April 12, 2019. Mr. Mabry was a retired mechanical engineer for the Naval Ordinance Station. Left to cherish his memory are his wife, the former Sandra Fuller; a daughter, Keena Mabry; a son Matthew Mabry; sisters, Patricia Watson, Carolyn McCollum and Cathy Hester; and a granddaughter, Brittany. Cremation of the remains was chosen. The family is in the care of the Southern Home of Arch L. Heady & Son 3601 Taylor Blvd. Online condolences may be shared with the family at,


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Keena Murphy

April 17, 2019

Thank you to dads coworkers and friends for the thoughts and prayers, daddy was a hard working man. It was sudden and unexpected, our hearts hurt and there will forever be a void in our lives. I love you daddy ❤💔

Charles Reid

April 15, 2019

I was very sorry to hear that Ken had passed away. I worked many years with Ken at Naval Ordnance and was his supervisor during some of this time. He was a very hard worker and one of the best engineers I have ever worked with. It was a pleasure to have known him.

michael johnson

April 15, 2019

Ken was a genuine, old school great guy. I really enjoyed working with Ken at NOSL, and was saddened to hear of his passing. If you wanted something done right, you called Ken. He mentored many.

God bless, Mike Johnson

Jack Hagedorn

April 14, 2019

I worked with Ken for many years at NOSL. He was the expert on the Mk38 gun system and Mk 42 gun system gun port shield design. Sorry to hear of his passing. My sympathy to his wife and children. Ken was a good man.

Whitney Vick

April 14, 2019

My heart breaks for the family. I have been apart of the family myself pretty much my whole life and granddad was a all around amazing man. He will be missed tremendously. Im still in utter shock.

Pam Clayton

April 14, 2019

I fondly remember Ken. He was always great to work with. So sorry for your loss, my prayers are with you.