Kenneth D Redlich  June 3 1966  July 2 2018

Kenneth D Redlich June 3 1966 July 2 2018

Obituary for Kenneth D. Redlich Kenneth David Redlich passed away July 2, 2018. He is survived by his brother, Daniel Redlich and his children, Isabella Frances Redlich and Grigston David Redlich. Kenneth said often that his children were his greatest accomplishment, and truly he will live on through them. Isabella’s drawings and great love for music, and Grigston’s energy, enthusiasm for life, as well as his ability to make others laugh, are pure illustrations of their father. Kenneth you are missed every single day. A quote comes to mind -something you once said in reference to me -but honestly is more fitting for you… “Hello, it’s me. I miss you. I really miss your mind I haven’t heard ideas like that for such a long, long time Goodnite. Goodbye.” -Lou Reed & John Cale “Hello, It’s Me” A song written for Andy Warhol. …These words fall short in expressing who you were to me and to others. I am thankful that you are in a kind -more gentle place. I know in the end this world was hard on you. I will never forget you. As you said to me once, I now say to you. Thank you. You blessed me. Until we all are reunited, always and in all ways, Tammie To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Kenneth D. Redlich please visit our Sympathy Store.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Kenneth D Redlich June 3 1966 July 2 2018.

Source: Bush River Memorial Gardens

Death notice for the town of: Columbia, state: South Carolina

death notice Kenneth D Redlich June 3 1966 July 2 2018

obituary notice Kenneth D Redlich June 3 1966 July 2 2018

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