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Passing of Former District Deputy Don Kenyon


Kenyon, Don

It is with sadness to share the passing of our dear brother, Don Kenyon. Don joined the Knights in August of 1976, and became a Sir Knight in April 1985. A member of Council 2326, he served in a number of capacities- both formal and informal. Don was a long-time member of the Lakes Degree team, playing many roles. He would assist many with his kind, caring, and toughness.

In February of this year, he was given a Distinguished Service to the Order coin, and was looking forward to coming back as a District Warden soon.


Many of you had the chance to work with him and have more lasting of a friendship than I. I will appreciate that I could call on him for his honest, unfiltered, advice and counsel.

Don was preceded in death in June 2019 by his wife Marita. He leaves behind two kids: Brett (Amy) Kenyon of Polk City, IA and Teri (Will) Hood of Omaha, NE, and 3 grandkids.

The State Council will enroll him into the Perpetual Memorial Society, and send the notice in care of his family to: 1215 Spooner St; Storm Lake, IA 50588.


Fraternally,

State Deputy Paul Lee


Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord, and may perpetual light shine upon him. May he rest in peace. May his soul, and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen

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