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Obituary - Kenneth John Stirn



Kenneth John Stirn, 69, of Scottsville, KY died Sunday, May 15, 2016 at his residence. The Aurora, IL native was a retired employee of Ford Motor Company, a graduate of Glasgow High School, a member of the Tennessee Walking Horse Association and Nova Car Club.  He was a son of the late Ernst Erhardt Stirn and Bertha Helen Walther Stirn. 

 

He is survived by his long time companion:  Donna Byard, Alvaton, KY; 

1 brother:  Richard Stirn and wife, Claudine, Bowling Green, KY; 

2 sisters:  Gertrude Hills and husband, Richard, Montgomery, IL and Marjorie Vermaat and husband, Frank, Batavia, IL; 

4 nephews:  Robert Hills and wife, Jane, Scottsville, KY; Thomas Hills and wife, Sue, Yorkville, IL; Mike Carney and wife, Kathy, Elburn, IL and Frank Vermaat, Utah; 

1 niece:  Karen Richmond and husband, Joe, Sandwich, IL; 

1 cousin:  Carla Teter and husband, Tom, Aurora, IL. 

He was preceded in death by 1 sister:  Jean Carney. 

 

Memorial service will be 2:00 p.m. Tuesday, June 7, 2016 at Goad Funeral Home with Pastor Andrew Toopes officiating.  Visitation will be after 12 noon Tuesday at the funeral home.  In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to Holy Trinity Lutheran School Scholarship Fund or the charity of your choice.

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