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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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Danielle Mirabelli

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January 11, 2020

This is your cousin Danielle. So,so sorry to hear of your loss.. The Mirabelli family sends our deepest condolences. Even though I did not know Ken, he sounds like an amazing person. Many prayers I am sending your way.

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Tina Johnson

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January 10, 2020

What an amazing and soft hearted man Ken was. Always thinking of others and putting them before himself. Ken, you truly will be missed.

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Kristen Faught

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January 10, 2020

The most perfect day ever

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MARIANNE Lambert

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January 9, 2020

It's so unreal that my favorite juvenile delinquent is gone. He's been in our family for so long and I will always cherish the memories I have of Ken. Rest in Peace my dear friend until we meet again.

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Ron

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January 9, 2020

This is one of the those times that leaves me scratching my head wondering about justice and balance. The only thought I can find peace with is that I am gratfull that I crossed paths with Ken and we had the opportunity to work and laugh together. A little of Ken will always be in my heart and on my arm. Ron And the crew at Milwaukee Cycle

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Paul and Pat Martin

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January 9, 2020

Its hard to process the reason great people like Ken had to leave us so early in their life. I met Ken once and at that first meeting he made me feel as if I had known him all my life. I am proud to call Ken my friend and so glad that Kristen had a chance to become his wife, even if it was just a short time. We love you so very much my sweet Niece! Rest in Peace my friend, our love to you Uncle Paul and Aunt Pat!

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Mark Brudnak

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January 8, 2020

Don’t even know where to begin bro. Brian suggested I talk to you about a tat I wanted, tide dropped in we chatted he drew it up and laid it down. I wanted a horse made out of fire and you were the only one willing to do it. Of all the ink it is my favorite because it marked the beginning of a friendship that I had no idea was coming for me. During the days you laid that ink on me we got to know each other a little bit and realized we had a lot in common. You always tried to be so polite to my stupidity like that time I jammed a gun using steel casings and you uncomfortably told me I was a moron for using those casings and not copper ??? and yet you helped me unjam a live round ?? I was so grateful you have no idea LOL When Benny would come into town he would ask when we were going to get to see you again. One of his favorite things to do was while I would get a tat he would hang out until he got bored and then go down to Rho and see Brian and then come back up and see the progress etc. ??? It was all very usual and how we both expected everything to always be. He and I cried on the phone a couple times today when we discussed you and what happened. Our hearts are broken but on the other side of it is light. People like you are the light.