Condolences for Kenneth L. Rossi

lynda russell posted on 1/16/22

SO SORRY WISH THE WEATHER WAS BETTER TO TRAVEL PUTTING YOU GUYS IN MY PRAYERS HE WAS SOMEONE YOU WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER

 

Cheryl (Riva) Kruski posted on 1/16/22

Kenny was one of my favorite cousins. He was always in a fun, upbeat mood that was catchy. Although I hadn't seen him in a few years, he will never be forgotten. I am shocked and saddened that he is gone. My condolences to the family.

 

Fred Sapetti posted on 1/16/22

Though somewhat younger than me, I have fond memories of Kenny growing up in Tovey. Each time our paths would cross we would spend time reminiscing about our Tovey childhood days. Kenny had a magnetic personality and never met a stranger. Truly one of the "good guys in white hats"!!! RIP my friend.

 

 

Virgil reynolds posted on 1/16/22

I will miss you buddy

 

Denise Jarratt posted on 1/15/22

Kenny was funny and fun to be around. Great memories growing up Kincaid/Tovey. Will miss his kindness, jokes and laughter.

 

Linda (Stover) Stanger posted on 1/14/22

So sorry to hear of Kenny's passing. He was a great guy in school and will be missed.

 

Kirk Riva posted on 1/14/22

My deepest condolences to you and your family on the passing of Kenny, what a good man he was!

 

Jeff Locascio posted on 1/14/22

I transferred for work into Springfield and through the Salvo Family joined the Roman Cultural Society. I met Ken there in the early 90's and have been friends forever since. Just a great guy, always looked out for his friends, I was able to stop in to the Cigar store when I passed through SPI and usually enjoyed a smoke with Kenny. I will miss my Goombah!!!! Thoughts and Prayers to Trudy and family and Kenny's other family at the Italian American Society of Springfield!

 

Terry Donini posted on 1/14/22

A childhood friend, a next door neighbor..Playing in the back yards running & ruling the streets of Tovey. Kenny was funny, always talkative had an opinion on everything. Then there were cars..his GTO..my Mustang..we had boat loads of fun as teens..you my friend went way too early, you will be missed...I know you are up with the spirit in the sky!!RIP

 

Brad Mills posted on 1/14/22

Ken and I go way back, business, work and great financial strategies. Always had great advice with a level head, endless smile and never met a stranger. He will be sadly missed and my deepest sympathy and prayers to his family, but never forgotten. RIP my friend

 

Sheryl Ferrari Pappas posted on 1/14/22

Kenny Rossi was one of my brother's best friends so I knew him as a child. He was always nice, funny a lot, and just a good kid. When we lost our mother in December, 2020, I had not seen him in years, but he made sure to get my and my sister's addresses to let us know that he was thinking of us. He stayed a good person and was so thoughtful to remember us when he, himself was already sick. I know he will be missed because people like Kenny leave a big footprint.

 

Sheila Woodrum posted on 1/14/22

Rest In Peace Thank you for being a part of my family members lives

 

Angel & Mark Bruhn posted on 1/14/22

Kenny “Phill” ( private joke) that ken is laughing at in heaven! My dear friend you will be missed so very much. So many great times… best time was going with Maui together. Thank you my friend for so many laughs, And good times ❤️

 

 

Mary Kolis posted on 1/14/22

Ken never knew a stranger. He was an amazing man. Friend to all.

 

Ginny Monge posted on 1/14/22

I am happy to call Kenny my cousin or Cuz, as we called each other. I have very fond memories of Kenny and his gregarious personality. I am very thankful that we got to break bread (or pizza?) with him and Trudy at Angelo’s when we were in Taylorville last May. I will truly miss him.

 

Diana Clutter posted on 1/13/22

Ken was one of a kind he had such a big heart helped many and loved deeply U will be missed my friend RIP fly high!!

 

Mark Lemanski posted on 1/13/22

I will miss my friend, we grew up together and spent so many days together, I will miss our meals together and the many times we talked about the Los Angeles Dodgers and trying to get them back to the World Series, I miss you so much my friend my heart is broken. RIP Ken I’ll see you again someday.

 

Anita Lemanski posted on 1/13/22

We are thankful for our long friendship with Kenny. He was in our wedding 49 years ago. We enjoyed catching up with him when we would go out and eat with him. He will truly be missed

 

Shiryl Stevens posted on 1/13/22

My deepest sympathy, Aunt Trudy, Julie, Jana, Ty and Nora ~

 

Shiryl Stevens posted on 1/13/22

My deepest sympathy, Aunt Trudy, Julie, Jana, Ty and Nora ~

 

Darlene Wise Horner posted on 1/13/22

As a son of Tovey as kids Kenny was like anyone who grew up there, A kind, respectful person who had love for all in the neighborhoods. He will be missed not only by family but by friends. Farewell to a former Tovey Termite!

 

Mike Lemanski posted on 1/13/22

As a young boy growing up in Tovey, we spent many days in the school yard and the yards of friends playing sports. Those were days that will always be treasured. Ken was great person and I'm proud to have known him. R.I.P. buddy.

 

Monica Monts posted on 1/13/22

I just loved Ken! Always so kind, he was one of the good ones for sure. Rest In Peace my friend…,

 

Kim Lascelles posted on 1/13/22

So sorry to hear of this. Prayers to his family & Trudy. We enjoyed many lunches together and many hours at Regency Nursing Home as his Grandmother & my Mother were roommates there.

 

George Hartman posted on 1/13/22

Proud that I could call Ken my friend

 

Joann Howard posted on 1/13/22

I knew Kenny his entire life. His mother lived across the street from my parents. I never heard anyone say anything negative about him. He was an all around good guy.

 

 

Frank Wise posted on 1/13/22

Known Ken for many years. He lived across the alley from us in Tovey. Always and good guy and always a character.

 

Joe Henefeld posted on 1/13/22

Hoss,you will be sadly missed but now you walk with all your friends. Kind hearted, generous ,and always willing. It was a priceless gift to have in our lives. Heaven just became a better place when you arrived. God will definitely have a hard getting a word in if you’re talking. Your good friend Hop Sing!!

 

Kevin O'Dea posted on 1/13/22

Another one of the good guys gone way too soon. Will always remember Kenny's visits to the radio stations dropping checks off for fundraisers we did or those great tortellinis from Kincaid. Rest in peace my friend.....

 

 

Mary Alsup posted on 1/13/22

So very sorry for your loss.

 

Terri Wise Latham posted on 1/13/22

I’m so very sorry! Ken was such a great guy! Rest In Peace

 

Terri Wise Latham posted on 1/13/22

I’m so very sorry! Ken was a great guy! Rest In Peace