East Funeral Home

2807 Moores Ln, Texarkana, TX


Kenneth Andrew Attaway

March 20, 1958August 27, 2020

Kenneth A. Attaway, 62, of Fouke, AR. passed away on August 27, 2020. He was born on March 20, 1958 in Eldorado, AR. He was a base player for over 40 years and played with the band Crooked Halo locally.

He is preceded in death by his mother Knoxie Attaway.

He is survived by his wife Margaret Attaway of Fouke, AR; his twins Tyler and Taylor; three step children Glenn, Tina and Pamela; father Martice and wife Alice of Nebraska; one brother Steve Attaway of Fouke, AR; one sister Debbie Cade and her husband Allen of Whitehouse, TX. Thirteen grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; three nephews, one niece and a host of family and friends.

A memorial service will be held at a later date.

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Kenneth Andrew Attaway

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Sherry Cooper

September 11, 2020

We were at a gig in Hot Spring at Fat Jacks when Jeremy was singing with Crooked. we were all walking around. Kenny was walking behind me. We came to a crosswalk to cross to the other side, well when we started to walk across I seen something shiny in the road it was a quarter I bent down to pick it up and Kenny almost fell over me, and he said we are going to get run over he laughed at me so hard because that quarter was glued to the street, and he new it. I will never forget that day. I love you my friend. R.I.P. I will never forget that smile, our your laughter.

Robert Stucko

September 7, 2020

Kenney was such a kind person! A mountain of a man, but a honest, fun loving soul! May he rest in eternal peace.

Jodi Jones

September 3, 2020

I’m so sorry for your loss. I remember y’all keeping katlynne for me. I’ll be praying for you.

Rickey Vickers

September 3, 2020

I met Kenny when came to work at Valor Telecommunications. First thing we did was give him a name of “TooTall”. He was the tallest guy I had ever met. But what a guy his heart was the biggest thing about him. I still can here him on the cell phone “hey I’m going to 30 burger come on let’s eat”. I will miss you “Too Tall”

Shane Serfass

September 3, 2020

I met Kenneth at a Gig in which our band and his band were performing in Longview a couple years back.talked to him about music for about 5 minutes and enjoyed it to the upmost,very nice person and was looking so forward to the next encounter,this shocked all my band members as we are all cut from the same love of Music.
Our Condolences
Thank you
Shane,Jimi, Dillan & Joey

Mike Wetmore

September 2, 2020

Kenny amazed me watching him perform. Local music won't be the same. CH brothers you are in my prayers and so is Kenny's family. Thank you family for sharing Kenny with all of us. We will all miss him. RIP Kenny.

Shay Strawn

September 1, 2020

We are deeply saddened to hear of Kenny's passing and we send our deepest condolences to his family, his CH family and many friends. We will keep all in our hearts and prayers and prayer for comfort in this time of sorrow. Kenny may be gone but will never be forgotten. RIP Big Kenny, until we meet again!

Bobbie Brown

September 1, 2020

Your family is in our prayers. I am sorry for Ken's passing. May the memories be sweet over sad soon. Praying, BB


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