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Submitted: 11/21/13 • Approved: 7/22/16 • Last Updated: 7/25/16 • R956612-G0-S3
January 27, 1945 - March 2, 2000
Kenneth Wiley Herren was born January 27th, 1945 in Houston, TX and passed away from lung cancer on March 2nd, 2000 in Mountain Home, AR. Kenneth was preceded in death by his parents, Florence Bradshaw Cossman and Earl Leamon Herren.
Kenneth is survived by his five siblings, Elbert Ray Herren, Shirley Joyce Hamilton, Hallie Cedeno, Stanley Herren, and Sharon Humphreville. Kenneth was also survived by his five children, Michelle Elayne Pavelec of Sugar Land, TX, Dayna Kathleen Honeycutt of Porter, TX, Jennifer Ann Hood of Willis TX, Kenneth Wiley Herren, and John Travis Herren both of Melbourne, Arkansas. Kenneth had two grandsons, Jake Tyler Honeycutt and Garrett Glenn Hood both born just a few months before his passing.
Kenneth spent most of his life in the Houston, Texas area and relocated to Arkansas in the last decade of his life to be closer to his brother Ray.
Services were held on Saturday March 4th, 2000 at Kriby-Boaz Chapel in Mountain Home, AR. He was buried at Lone Star Cemetery in Melbourne, AR as he asked, since he was born and raised in the Lone Star State he wanted to be buried in the next closest thing, the Lone Star Cemetery.
Pallbearers for the service were Hubert Blake, Charles Jones, Glenn Hood, Spurgin Lawson, Wiley Herren and Al Pavelec.
The song "Will the Circle Be Unbroken" by Loretta Lynn was played at the service at Kenneth's request.
Contributed on 11/21/13 by sandhollow
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