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Sunset Memorial Park & Funeral Home

1701 Austin Highway, San Antonio, TX

OBITUARY

Kenneth "Casey, KC" Carlton Kibler

March 30, 1971July 23, 2020
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Our beloved Kenneth (KC) Kibler tragically passed away at the age of 49 on July 23rd, 2020, in the arms of his husband and soulmate, Branden Dreibrodt.

It’s almost impossible to describe KC. He was brilliant and funny and kind with a smile that would light up a room. He had the best laugh in the world. If you met him once, you had a friend forever. He was so easy to love, which makes losing him the most difficult thing in the world. He will never be forgotten by the hundreds (thousands) of people who were lucky enough to know him.

Casey is proceeded in death by his father, Frederick Kibler, grandfather, Raynaldo (Sonny) Martinez, father-in-law Braden Dreibrodt and beloved grandmother, Maxine Martinez. He is survived by his husband Branden, mother, Katherine, mother-in-law, Jody, uncles, Martin Martinez, Bryant Kibler, Frank Kibler and their spouses, aunt Johannah Wilcox and spouse, along with numerous cousins, nieces, and nephews.

Visitation will be held on 8/5 at 6:00 pm at Sunset Funeral Home, 1701 Austin Highway. Graveside Service will be held on 8/6 at 11:00 am at Sunset Memorial Park, 1701 Austin Highway

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  • Casey is proceeded in death by his father, Frederick Kibler, grandfather, Raynaldo (Sonny) Martinez, father-in-law Braden Dreibrodt and beloved grandmother, Maxine Martinez. He is survived by his husband Branden, mother, Katherine, mother-in-law, Jody, uncles, Martin Martinez, Bryant Kibler, Frank Kibler and their spouses, aunt Johannah Wilcox and spouse, along with numerous cousins, nieces, and nephews.

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Services

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, August 5, 2020

  • Graveside Service

    Thursday, August 6, 2020

Memories

Kenneth "Casey, KC" Carlton Kibler

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jose mata

July 30, 2020

It was an honor and pleasure to work with you, Kenneth. I miss working with you, asking me if I want anything to drink or telling me, "I gotta go pee," taking home the restroom key. I was fortunate for all those times we were behind the register counter talking about what was going on in the world, or talking about Branden or your family history, what you ate the night before, or whoever came in to the store and acted up. Some people say that life is about making connections. Well, I'm glad we crossed paths and connected and shared our personal experiences with each other. You will be missed. And, thank you for always shaking my hand and being a gentleman when we would part for the evening after work. You deserved every bit of respect everyone in your life ever gave you.
And, Kenneth, the reason why I called you Kenneth was because I thought it a cool name, and how often does one come across a person named Kenneth? I guess when they're fortunate enough.
Goodbye, Kenneth and be careful with that iron glove.

Paige mueller

July 30, 2020

Kc,
We've known eachother almost half our lives..our friendship turned into being family. You were like the brother everybody wanted. I can literally hear you laughing that silly laugh-hee hee hee,hoo hoo hoo,ha ha ha...Your smile was electric and your loving caring nature was beyond comforting. I loved you the moment we met and will continue loving you until we meet again. I will carry you in my heart...you WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN!!!

Rachel McKenzie Ramos

July 30, 2020

Your smile and laugh were both easy and warm. I’m heartbroken to lose a Wax Trax friend, and such a bright light. I’m sending all the love I can muster to Branden and your family from St Louis. I wish I could be there, but you all are in my deepest thoughts through this very difficult time.

william bailey

July 30, 2020

He was such a good and kind man. His heart was as big as his smile. I moved away for 13 years and upon moving back I bumped into him on the street and he remembered my name and said "it's been since so long since I saw you" and he remembered where and when he saw me. He was truly a friend to everyone he met and he will be missed by so many.

David Davis

July 30, 2020

It is beyond sad that you left us so soon. We have known each other for so many years. One of the kindness, most good hearted person that I've ever met and I will always cherish our memories .

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