OBITUARY

Kenneth Raymond Sage

October 3, 1950December 12, 2012

Kenneth Raymond Sage was born on October 3, 1950 and passed away on December 12, 2012 in Seattle, WA.

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Kenneth Raymond Sage

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Jeannie Sage

February 4, 2013

Ray McPherson

January 22, 2013

When I speak of Ken, I explain to people how he lived life on his terms. He didn't chase the things in life so many of us waste time on. He spent time on what was important to him. A lesson I think we all could learn. And along the way he never harmed a living soul. In fact, Kenny Cupcakes (as my daughters called him) was in fact a gentle man. I've known Ken for practically my whole life and he made me feel as though he was my brother, not brother-in-law. Goodbye Brother, may you rest in peace. (Jeannie's brother too, Ray)

Donna Morgan King

January 15, 2013

I am so saddened and dismayed to learn of Ken's passing. My heart goes out to you and your son, and I will keep you both in my prayers.

Donna Strassburg

January 15, 2013

God speed Ken. you will be remembered and loved by all past and present.

Ryan Cooper

January 11, 2013

There are many things that come to my mind abount Ken. Lots of it was Seahawk games not metion the 10 years of working next to him. He taught me alot he will be missed. I am certainly glad to be a friend. Hope the best for him and his family which I know he loved very much. Thanks for the memorys buddy.

Roy Welch

January 10, 2013

I just heard yesterday that Ken past. He was a Co-worker when I was a younger lad. He worked at Bargreens for several years. What I rememember he was proud of his wife and son, and he was dedicated to his work. I'll remember Ken as a man that Loved his family, work and lived simply. There is nothing more honorable then that.

Jason Stratton

January 10, 2013

Ken was a great guy to know. Always had a great attitude and was a great teacher to us at Bargreen Ellingson.
I also loved the fact that he was one that could come up with more one liner comebacks than I could, and that is saying a lot :)...I still use many of them today.
Ken will be missed and I am sure he is making someone laugh above with his witty ways.

Tony Bellizzi

January 10, 2013

I can think of a handful of people whose influence changed the way I think and the way I see the world. Ken was one of those people. I often sought out his opinions on a myriad of subjects and his insight was always rational and humorous. I worked with him for many years and even though he retired, he never left my thoughts. I'm reminded of him every time I come in to work. He made me a better person and I am grateful to have known him.

Tammy Ben

January 9, 2013

Jeannie - I know from the stories you've shared with us at work, Ken was an amazing, funny and dedicated husband and father. Lean on your family and friends for strength and remember how much we all care about you. Hugs.

Ray Richardson

January 8, 2013

When thinking about Ken I think of 4th of Julys,Kalalochs,and Tokelands,mostly.When I first met Ken and Jeannie it was in the mid 80s.I took to him right away.His merits I am pretty sure were many but,his happy and fun way about him are what I liked most.Just the joy in his laugh makes me tear up thinking about it.I will always be thankful for having known him and sharing so many great memories with him and Jeannie.I want to be Ywhere he is when I get there.Your forever friend, Ray Richardson