Hazen & Jaeger Valley Funeral Home

1306 N Pines Rd, Spokane Valley, WA


Kenneth Dustin Hamilton

September 17, 1961May 6, 2020

Kenneth Dustin Hamilton was born on September 17, 1961 and passed away on May 6, 2020 and is under the care of Hazen & Jaeger Valley Funeral Home.

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Arnie Stapnes

May 26, 2020

I just recently learned of Dusty’s passing. We attended high school together in Issaquah and were college roommates our freshman year at Western. Although we lost track of each other over the years, I will always remember that first year we both experienced living on our own for the first time. Dusty was easy to live with, always approaching things with a positive attitude, an ever present smile on his face. He was also always ready for an adventure. Upon hearing the explosion of Mt. St Helens, we quickly threw one of our dorm mattresses in the back of a friends pickup and four of us raced down to see Mt. St Helens on May 18th just to say we were there. I remember the road trips to Canada once having to sleep in the car parked in a farmers field because we couldn’t afford a place to stay and various camping trips we took with our other 6 suitemates from the dorm. Dusty made each adventure an unforgettable experience and I will always remember him fondly from those days and wish we could have stayed in touch. My condolences to his family.

Ronald Stoker

May 22, 2020

Dusty was a good friend and roommate during my college years. We spent many hours together playing basketball most every Saturday morning. I regret not having kept on touch over the years.

David Winton

May 19, 2020

I will remember Ken as a great Father and Husband, he was always so proud of his wife and kids. I will remember Ken as a great co-worker and travel companion. I will remember him as a friend. I will miss the walks at lunch, the talks of our families, the laughter and stories we would share. I will miss Ken.

Juliet Gutierrez

May 12, 2020

I was grateful to have worked with Ken. Yes family was so important to him. I still remember your laughter. You will truly be missed I am thankful that I had the opportunity to have worked with you and I am blessed to call you a friend
Many blessings to Marie and the kids

Jim Koral

May 11, 2020

It was with great sadness when I was told of Dusty’s passing. College roommates in Bellingham, I fondly hold the memories of those days and subsequent years. Though we’d not been able to catchup for a number of years, I am forever grateful for Dusty’s regular correspondence and life friendship. My condolences to his family...

Jim Koral
Leopold, Australia

Kelly Richards

May 11, 2020

I will fondly remember Ken as a calming presence in a sometimes chaotic world. Ken had a witty sense of humor and an infectious laugh. I'm blessed to have worked with Ken for many years. In addition to just being a great guy, Ken was really good at his job! During business trips, Ken often shared stories of his family. He was so proud of his kids, and his family was always his first priority. We sure miss Ken.


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