Kenneth Cottrell

09/24/1962   —   08/21/2019

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  • Katy Velliquette

    Please accept my deepest condolences for the loss of your loved one, Kenneth. Although I didn’t know him, I know the suffering that goes along with losing someone you love. It’s never easy and something I wanted to share that has brought me and many others great comfort is the promise of seeing our deceased loved ones again. This promise is found in the Scriptures at John 5:28, 29: “Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out.” Come out to where? God promises a new paradise earth soon to replace the sad conditions we see today. At that time, he will “swallow up death forever” and we will never have to fear losing our loved ones again. (Isaiah 25:8; 2 Peter 3:13) May you continue to find deep comfort in the “God of all comfort,” Jehovah, as we look forward to this wonderful time. Again, my sincerest condolences are with your family during this especially difficult time.

  • Mo


    You will be missed by many.

    God Bless you my friend.

  • Zenk Ann M.

    Even though we didn’t know Kenny your journal entries were so beautifully written they gave us hope for our eternal reward. Thank you for sharing your story. Know you are in our thoughts and prayers at your time of grief. Our sympathies to all.

  • Alex

    A true fighter through and through. His passion for life and the work he did was contagious. You will be missed Ken. God bless your family and praying continuously for comfort during this time.

  • Kathryn Curry

    I am so sorry to hear of Ken’s passing. You were loving and supportive during his battle and throughout your marriage.
    I pray that you feel the presence of God in the days ahead.
    Kathryn Curry

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