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Uncle Kenny
I am glad to have had many good times I’ve the years. We played pool, horse shoes, fishing together and both loved to eat tomato soup with canned milk and crackers, sometime a little added butter. I miss you Uncle Kenny. I think we can play pool in heaven. See you soon.
Love
Jimmy
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Such a thoughtful man. What a big loss!
I remember Kenny coming into the VA Home in Caribou to visit his two brothers, Dale and Rod, on a regular basis. He was always smiling and full of energy. My dear friend, Ruby Pelletier, and I would be playing cards at the VA since both our husbands were residents of the long-term care. Kenny was always jovial and so friendly. He will be dearly missed by everyone but not less by his dear wife, Muriel, and their daughters.

My deepest sympathies to the entire family and friends of Kenny,
Dr. Ethelle Lord
Mapleton, Me and Desert Hot Springs, CA
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Hartley Family
My "baseball buddy" has passed away; his memories will always be close to my heart. We worked at Potato Service together, played softball together, and even pitched horseshoes a few times !!!! To the Hartley Family you are in my thoughts and prayers through this difficult time. His memories will always bring a smile to our faces. Take Care
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Love and Prayers to all
Lynn, Tammy, "baby" Jessica, and Muriel I send you all my love and heartfelt condolences. Ken was such an awesome part of our childhood in our special neighborhood......the memories of his Ford pick up in the driveway, playing endless catch, digging out the basketball court out back, playing Rockstar air drums until Ken would cry with laugher and then we would all go get the bikes out so he could judge our best tricks before Muriel's supper, and mostly I remember him always so proud of all his girls and of course, Caesar too. Great life memories. Hugs and love to you all at such a difficult time.
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Muriel and your daughters
Muriel, I am so sad to hear of Kenny's passing. As you know, we were very close friends, especially after he became one of our neighbors the last couple years of school. A typical Hartley, he had that contagious laugh that everyone loved, and he laughed at all our jokes, even when they were bad. Come to think of it, I don't think I ever once saw him get mad at anyone--he was just always a happy guy!

I hope you are well, and please accept my condolences for your loss.

Terry
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Muriel, Tammy and Lynn
So very sorry to hear of the loss of Kenny. He was a wonderful man and will be greatly missed by all who had the blessing of knowing him. I will always and forever remember all the laughs around the Charlemagne table and the horseshoe pit. I found out very quickly if you were going to hang out with the Hartleys you had to know Charlemagne and horseshoes!!! Rest in peace dear friend!!!
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Blessings for the family
So sorry to hear of Ken's passing. I pray for God's Peace and Comfort during this time of great grief.
I will always remember his infectious belly laugh.
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Uncle Ken Hartley
We are so very sorry to hear this very sad news. We have all of you in our thoughts and prayers, and pray especially for the soul of Uncle Ken. May he rest in God's eternal love and peace and may God bring comfort and peace to all those who loved him, very especially Muriel, Tammy, Lynn, John, Feb, Brenda, Ruby and the rest of his family. I will never forget his sweet smile and laugh. I'll keep in special memories, the reaction he always had when Brian and Matt played music, together. He loved hearing them and made them feel like they were the very best! ...he would slap his head in awe...he made them feel so good; I'll never forget that. I am proud to be a Hartley, and am thankful for him always being kind to me. Rest, Uncle Ken...and please send special signs of your continued love to those who grieve your loss.
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Hartley
Muriel and Lynn I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers.
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Condolences
Sorry to hear about the loss of Great Uncle Kenny. He was a kind man.

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