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Kenneth A. Faught

January 7, 2020

Service Date January 11, 2020

Service Location Piasecki Funeral Home

A gathering of relatives and friends will be held at the Piasecki Funeral Home, 3720 39th Avenue on Saturday, January 11th from 6:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. with a memorial service in honor of Ken’s life at 8:00 p.m.

Drinks at Hills Hotrod Hideout will follow the service

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Kenneth A. Faught, age 44 of Kenosha, passed away on Tuesday, January 7, 2020 at Columbia-St. Mary’s in Milwaukee. This sudden loss has brought a quietness that is almost deafening. To know Ken was to know a man who was resolute, steadfast in his beliefs, fiercely determined and truly a friend. He offered the kind of friendship that transcended time and/or presence.

Ken yearned to find his happy place, with a loving wife, a proud home, a successful business, and as many trinkets/toys/tools/trucks/cars/animals/etc. as a man could possibly need, and the stability of a life well lived. The silver lining to this loss is that he found that. He attained his dream and was living his best life. A talented Tattoo artist, he proudly owned Saints and Sinners Tattoo Company, and was a hot rod builder and proud member of the Trouble Shooters Car Club. He had just married his best friend Kristen, his wife, his impetus, his unicorn. His love for her and his girl Cami, and of course Minnie, Lucky and much loved Davinci will always live with them.

Ken’s memory will live on, in the lives of his loving wife, Kristen; his daughter, Rachel (Josh) Marstaller; his father, Alfred Pattanaude his brothers, Rusty (April) Pattanaude and Bob Faught; and many loving nieces, nephews and cousins. He was preceded in death by his mother, Vickie Faught and brother, Dusty.