Kenneth R. MacKay

1935 ∼ 2021

Linda Fruzzetti of Middleboro, MA wrote:

I met Kenny & Carol camping and thru Flora MacKay when their 3 girls were 2ish. Very nice family. Kenny will be truly missed by many!!!

Ellen M Ciambriello of Raynham wrote:

Sending prayers your way. May all your happy memories help ease your pain. I will miss Kenny's friendly smile and a wave hello. He was a great neighbor and friend. Always ready to lend a helping hand. Rest in Peace.

Elizabeth of Whitman wrote:

Kenny was the sweetest, kindness man to his family and friends. I've know Kenny for 30 years after his niece married my son and have been going to many family gatherings that we all enjoyed so much. He will be sadly missed and my heart goes out to his family.

Jennifer Lopes of Taunton, Ma wrote:

Susan and Beth, I am so sorry to see the passing of your father. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

Phyllis Krastanov of West Bridgewater, MA wrote:

My Dear Uncle Kenny was kind, funny, and a great story teller. He always had us smiling and laughing at the cook-outs and family gatherings. His smile entered the room before he did. We all felt loved by Uncle Kenny. He will be missed very much, but he left with us his 3 beautiful and equally kind and loving daughters, and he couldn't have picked a better bride to love with all of his heart than my sweet Aunt Carol. My prayers are with you all as you find yours ways through the grieving process. Bob says that he always enjoyed sitting with Uncle Kenny and the others in the "men section" and grew very fond of him. Love, Phyllis & Bob