Kenneth Sawyer Obituary, Kenneth Sawyer Has Sadly Passed Away

Kenneth Sawyer Death, Obituary – Kenneth Sawyer has sadly passed away unexpectedly with loved ones, family and the entire community left heartbroken and in grievance, according to an online publication. On December 14, Kenneth Charles Sawyer passed away after a long and dedicated life as a husband, father, grandfather, son, and brother. He was 72 years old.  He was born on May 2, 1950, in the city of Van Nuys, which is situated in the county of Los Angeles in the state of California. Charles Sawyer and Lois White Sawyer were his father and mother, respectively.

His formative years were spent in the Golden State of California. When he was 19 years old, he went to London, England to serve a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He stayed there for two years. After that, he received a degree in business from Utah State University in Logan, Utah, after having attended BYU college in Idaho and then Utah State University in Logan.

He is presently employed in the business world. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served in a number of different callings inside the building. However, two of his favorite callings were helping out in the main nursery and keeping the church clean. In addition to this, the church recognized him as a prophet. Roberta (Lewis) Sawyer, the lady who would eventually become his wife, was wed to him in the temple in Logan, Utah on December 17, 1982. (Together for 40 Years).

He was completely committed to his family and gladly embraced all of the responsibilities that came with with the role of being a father to seven children. Right up to the moment he went away, he was looking forward to spending time with his wife, taking care of her, and going to religious services with her. He died away peacefully. Because Ken was renowned for his strong work ethic and had spent many years working as a machine operator for Coca-Cola, where he was highly appreciated, the corporation put a high importance on his timeliness.

Ken had spent many years working as a machine operator for Coca-Cola. He enjoyed fishing, ballroom dancing, singing in the choir, spending the holidays with his family, kung fu, and baptisms. In addition, he was a disciple of the martial art of kung fu. Ken was a good man who had a humble manner, a giving spirit, and a sharp sense of humor. He was also a compassionate guy. Everyone will grieve his passing in their own unique ways. One of the persons he leaves behind is his former wife, Roberta Sawyer.

Other loved ones also remain. His children Timothy Hall, Kami Hall, Clayton Hall, and Meredith Hall, as well as Sara (Aaron) Osness and Mandy (Stephen) Snow, have given him a total of 13 grandkids and five great-grandchildren via their offspring. Patricia Page, Kathy Hall, and Robert (Bliss) Sawyer are his siblings. Also, he has a half-sister named Sharon (Michael) Jarrett. The eldest of the three is Kathy. (A huge collection of nieces and nephews) His son Aaron Sawyer, as well as his parents Charles Sawyer and Lois White Sawyer, his brother Baby Sawyer, his brother-in-law Gerald hall and Harold (bubba)Page, and his son all went away before he did.

A memorial service will be held on December 22, 2022, at the building that once served as the mission ward house, which is located at 1433 East Old Mission Road. The family will have a viewing from 9 am to 9:45 am, and then prayer will be held from 9:45 am to 10 am. Both events will take place in the morning. The funeral service will begin somewhere between the hours of ten and eleven in the morning. A memorial ceremony will be performed at the gravesite at the Beaver Dam cemetery in Collinston, Utah, at one o’clock in the afternoon. The cemetery may be found at 15020 North 400 West. (You’ll want to make sure to wrap up, since it will be brisk outside.)