OBITUARY

Kenneth Walter RIGGS

March 19, 1975January 3, 2020

Kenneth Walter Riggs, 44, of Sahuarita, passed away on Jan. 3, 2020. Kenny was born in Tucson, AZ on March 19, 1975 to Walter D. Riggs and Eleanor B. Riggs. He was raised in Tucson but later made his life in Sahuarita. Kenny enjoyed fishing, camping, and mechanical work. He enjoyed his life on the ranch as much as his father and grandfather did. He will be missed by his many friends and family. He was preceded in death by his grandparents Walter T. and Anna Macdonald Riggs, parents Walter D. and Eleanor B. Wardle Riggs. He is survived by his son Walter Donald Riggs II of Chino Valley, AZ; sisters Kimberly B. Friesen of Round Rock, TX, Kathy L. Pyle of Midland, TX, Keri A. Riggs Smith (Joe) of Chandler, AZ; and brother Walter Stephen Riggs of Tucson, AZ. Nephews Joshua Riggs (Mari) of Tucson, AZ, Kyle and Ryan Slouha of Tucson, AZ, Jackson and Baron Smith of Chandler, AZ, niece Peyton L. Clay (Zeke) of Midland, TX. The family will hold a private service.

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Trudi Pratt

January 14, 2020

Kenneth (Kenny) was and is a very kind generous person. I remember the good times of him coming over and enjoy his camp fires he liked to set. He will be missed by us very much.
May you rest in peace my friend.
The Pratts.

Christy Brotherton

January 10, 2020

I met Kenny back in 1993 in Payson, Az. He was always sweet to me a little loud and rough around the edges but a kind hearted man. If it wasn't for him introduced me to 1 of his friends back in 1994 I wouldn't have had my 3 beautiful children and grand daughter and I wouldn't be where I am today. I always say everything happens for a reason and God has a plan for all of us. I thank Kenny for coming into my life and he will be forever missed and always remembered. R.I.P KennyπŸ’šπŸ’šπŸ’šπŸ’š

Maricela Vindiola

January 9, 2020

Kenny I appreciated u so much. U were a true genuine friend 2 me & many others. Had a heart of gold & if help was needed u never hesitated & always made me laugh. I am blessed 2 have had u as a fiend. I love u dearly, will never 4get u & I will always miss u. Rest in peace my friend πŸ˜˜πŸ’•πŸ’•

Robert Fowler

January 9, 2020

Kenny will be missed by all, I grew up with Kenny in Tucson & lived with him in his cabin in Payson As. We would go fishing and ride motorcycles , he was a very outstanding guy. You will be missed, god rest your soul and be free Kenny.

Tracy Kervin

January 7, 2020

I was a friend of Kenny's. The short time I knew him he always made me laugh when I was down. And he was always such a happy man. He will be missed terribly. Miss his silliness his laughter. Just gm in general. His happy self. Rest is peace. My friend. I love and miss you.