Kenneth Ahlstrom

April 16, 1949June 18, 2012

Kenneth Ahlstrom was born on April 16, 1949 and passed away on June 18, 2012 in Lynnwood, WA.


  • Reception Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Kenneth Ahlstrom

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Jon Buell

June 27, 2012

I ran into Ken frequently at work though we never worked on any projects together. He was one of the few people, regardless of my mood when I bumped into him, who always was friendly and left me feeling better.

He will be missed here in the 40-86 building!

We are fortunate to have known him.

Tom & Jacqui Armstrong

June 26, 2012

Dearest Karen, Kelly and Ken,
Missy's family here in Poulsbo want you to know that we are here for you in any way you may need. In our short time of knowing Ken, he was such a truly good person and we feel we were lucky to know him. Our prayers go out to you.

Tom, Jacqui and Chrissy Armstrong with Billie Rhoten

Kathy Brown

June 26, 2012

Dear Family,
Ken was a joy to work with and always so pleasant and kind. He used to come over to our area and we would have nice chats about work and life in general. I really miss him and will always remember him fondly.

"But we all shine on
Like the moon and the stars and the sun
And we all shine on"

May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.

Tracy Arnold

June 25, 2012

There aren't enough words to express my sadness on hearing of Ken's passing. His smile and attitude made it a pleasure to work with him. We will be lost without him! My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Duane Gish

June 25, 2012

Dear family, Please know that Ken (Red Belly) was a person that will be greatly missed by many people that grew to love him also, he was the kind of person that made you want to be his friend, kind and very caring about others it was my pleasure to have been one of his friends, I will be looking forward to when we meet again, God bless you all, Thank you for sharing him with us. (the deacon)


June 25, 2012

I was blessed to meet Ken in the last few months of his life. He spoke with so much love when he would talk about his family. He was such a respectful, caring, kind soul. His eyes would light up when he would talk about when his kids were younger. He left me with advice on raising children and how to never fear life, but just to keep living it.

Jamie Stine

June 22, 2012

Dear Karen, You probably don't remeber me, but you and Ken came over to Leavenworth a few years ago and stopped by our house. I also worked with him for several years. No one ever has the right words at a time like this, but I feel I need to let you know that I will miss him as a work mate and friend. He touched a lot of people at The Boeing Company and his passing is a great loss to all the knew him. He was a kind soul and always willing to pitch in and help where ever needed. My thoughts and prayers are with You and the Family as you mourn his passing.

With Conforting Thoughts and Prayers,
Jamie Stine

Laurel Hansen

June 20, 2012

Words can't express the helplessness that your friends feel at this time. Know that I am thinking of you at this difficult time as you adjust to your new "normal". Hold fast to the wonderful memories you have as a family. Don't cry because it's over - smile because it happened! Ken was a wonderful husband, father and grandpa and I'm sure that he will continue to watch over you.

thundering buffalo (Bill Loy) lady buffalo (Penni Loy)

June 19, 2012

Karen we have just gotten the news of Redbellies passing. We were totally shocked and surprised about this news. We shall keep you in our hearts and prayers for your time of need. God bless you