Kenneth Pogue Death, Obituary -Kenneth “Kenny” Ray Pogue, who was 64 years old and was a resident of Rolla, Missouri, passed away on December 16, 2022 in the comfort of his own home. His passing came on the same day as Christmas. On September 29th, 1958, Kenny Pogue was born into this world to his parents, the late Calvin Pogue and Rosella (Nash) Pogue. Both of his parents have since passed away.
He was preceded in death by his parents, as well as a sister called Judy Pogue Brown, a brother named Jerry Pogue, and a brother-in-law named Rick Peters. His grandparents also passed away before him. When he was a little child, both of his parents departed suddenly unexpectedly. Kenny spent his boyhood in Vida, which is how he came to be known as “The Mayor of Vida.”
This is just one of the many nicknames that Kenny has acquired over the years. Over a period of 22 years, he was proficient in several trades, one of which was the Laborers’ Union Local 840, which earned him a high level of respect in that community. The natural world and all of its creatures, Chevrolet cars and trucks, and, most significantly, Kenny’s family were Kenny’s favorite things in the world.
His love for his family, on the other hand, trumped all of his other interests and pursuits. Because of his outgoing nature, which was bigger than life, and the humorous manner in which he carried himself, he was able to attract a crowd everywhere he went. He was well-known and liked by a great many people all over the world, and he garnered respect from those who knew him.
His surviving family members include one brother named Robert Pogue, three sisters named Oma Lee Reese and husband Dennis, Sharon Peters, and Vicki Parsons and husband Randy, one sister-in-law named Beverly Pogue, three children named Thomas Pogue and wife Shannon (grandchildren: Katelyn and Austin Meyer, Jayci and Jayden Pogue), Kendra Hart and husband Michael (grandchildren: Carson, Kenleigh, and Camryn Hart), and Collin Pogue and girlfriend Brittany Humph