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Discussion in 'Gone But Not Forgotten' started by Jiujitsustudent, May 22, 2019.

  1. Jiujitsustudent

    Jiujitsustudent Active Member

    Dec 7, 2009
    Las Vegas
    Some of you in the Western us rotomilling & sweeping world may already know, or may not, but Ken passed not long ago. He had been battling some health issues the past few years. HeHe we to the hospital In Kingman a few weeks ago with some breathing problems and found his heart was in bad shape. He didn't make it through the night. He was 46 I believe. I wanted to offer my condolences and let others who may have known him on here, unfortunately I don't recall his handle here so if anyone else does feel free to share. Go run that big mill in the sky bud, God speed.
  2. jSCULLy

    jSCULLy Member

    May 28, 2019
    oh god. deepest condolences too.