Roll of Honor

Kenneth Wayne Taylor

Kenneth Wayne Taylor

  • Captain
  • Madisonville Fire Department
  • Kentucky
  • Age: 49
  • Year of Death: 2002

Submitted by his wife

Kenny was a wonderful man. Once you met him you would never forget him or his beautiful blue eyes. Some people said Kenny had the eyes of an angel. To his family Kenny was an angel. Kenny was a devoted husband‚ father‚ grandfather‚ brother‚ son and friend. Kenny would do anything for anyone.

He was unselfish and always thought of others before himself. Kenny was a career firefighter. He joined the Madisonville Fire Department in 1976. Kenny loved being a firefighter. Kenny spent many days and nights at the fire department and met many men and women who became like a second family to Kenny. Kenny’s fellow firefighters knew him very well and knew he could play a tough game of cards‚ be a great practical joker and most important be a serious‚ professional firefighter when needed. While off duty from the fire department Kenny had a second job laying and refinishing hardwood floors. As with the rest of Kenny’s life he took this job very seriously.

Kenny was an artist when it came to hardwood floors and there are many beautiful floors around to prove it. In his spare time which was rarely‚ Kenny loved to hunt‚ fish‚ garden‚ play cards and spend time with family and friends. On many occasions family and friends gathered for BBQ’s and a good game of horseshoes and sometimes a practical joke or two. These gatherings made Kenny very happy. He loved to see other people happy and having fun. Kenny’s family and friends will never forget the wonderful man he was and he will be in our hearts and prayers forever.

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Memorial Wall

  1. Kenny, I miss you so very much, my life is so empty without you. You will never be forgotten, I dream of you often and it seems so real. Jordan and Cody ask about you all the time, when I kiss your pictures at bedtime so does the boys. You live in our hearts. We pray every night together that when our time comes to die that you will be there to meet us. Your Loving Wife Brenda, Jordan and Cody.

    – Brenda G. Taylor
  2. Love you & miss you more every day. There are days I wonder if I can live another day without you. You

    – Brenda
  3. Just thinking of you, wish you were here. I Love You.

    – Brenda
  4. My Dearest,I want so much to see you ,to hear you’r voice or to see you’r beautiful smile,even if it is for a short time,I would be the luckyest person alive.I need you to help me with some serious isues,deep down i know you can hear my prayers,and i’ll keep praying because i know you will be helping me. i’ll talk to you soon. I LOVE YOU FOREVER.

    – Brenda, you'r loving wife
  5. well it’s me again,Brenda haqd another kidney translplant,so the one you donated to her has developed the same disease that she had before you;r live donation,she is doing well.I love &miss you more everyday.

    – loving wife brenda
  6. Hi Sweetie,you’r sister Brenda is doing well. I hope this transplant works.I Love& Miss you more everyday. Talk to you soon. All My Love Brenda.

    – loving wife, Brenda
  7. Hi,sorry I have’t written lately but a lot has been going on.I miss you&love you so much at timesit hurts. My heart problems aren’t getting much better, If things don’t change i’ll be with you. All my love forever, Brenda

    – loving wife brenda