Guest Book for Kenneth Lee Ludington

Provided by Gude Mortuary

Posted by: Gayle Meek
Tue December 25, 2018
So sorry to hear about Ken.  Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers.  Ken was always so nice.  He will be sadly missed by many.

Posted by: Nancy A Welch
Wed December 26, 2018
What a very nice man. He always had a kind word and something funny to say.
My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.
May your fond memories and funny stories(I know there are many) help carry you through and bring you comfort.

God Bless

Nancy Welch from Minnesota

Posted by: Jan (Rabe) Gaines
Wed December 26, 2018
So sorry for your loss.  Jim & I celebrated our 50th wedding anniversary a couple of years ago hard to believe we've been married that long and out of school even longer!  Prayers for you and your family.

Posted by: Glenda Benak
Wed December 26, 2018
I am extremely sorry to hear of your loss. I only had the pleasure of meeting Ken and visiting with him a couple of times.... very nice gentleman. Know that he will continue to watch over your family. Again so sorry for your loss. Glenda Benak

Posted by: Pete & Becca Thomas
Wed December 26, 2018
Pete and I are Sorry for your loss. Keeping Ken's Family and Friends in Our Thoughts and Prayers. May You Find Some Comfort in Your Memories. 🙏🇺🇸💔

Posted by: Randal Hamm
Wed December 26, 2018
I'm so sad to hear about Kenny's passing.  Although our paths rarely crossed after high school, he'll always remain a good friend.  He had a unique sense of humor and I'll never forget taking rides in his old Willys.  Kenny was with me the night I wrecked my brother's Chevy back in 1966.  He was bruised up a bit but never once complained to me about my lousy driving.  The last time I saw him was a few years ago.  Kenny was a smart fella and managed to retire earlier than most, so I found him out in his garden simply enjoying his new hobby.  That's how I will remember him--at peace and in his garden.

Posted by: Leigh & Carl Calfee
Thu December 27, 2018
So sorry to hear of Ken’s passing. I enjoyed visiting with him as Kris, Kim & I were growing up; at the Post Office; and at the Sunday Farmer’s Market in Lincoln. Prayers for all of you.

Posted by: Michael Lundy
Sun December 30, 2018
Condolences for your loss. I appreciate getting to know and spending time with Ken. Michael Lundy