Kenny Pannell

5 Condolences

5 Condolences

  1. Kenny and I shared many adventures together as young single men chasing off after the things that young men are prone to chase after. He was a brother to me, and I will surely miss him, and his wry but charming humour.

    It is my profound joy to announce that Kenny was received into the full communion of Gods family on Sunday Feb 2, 2014 under the auspices of St. Stephen Martyr Roman Catholic Church, Chesapeake, VA, and now has gone on to his eternal reward.

    “But, as it is written: That eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither hath it entered into the heart of man, what things God hath prepared for them that love him.”

    I look forward to that day when once again we can have many new and more wondrous adventures that this time will have no end.

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  2. I was sorry to read about the passing of Kenny your loved one. So I wanted to take this time to express my condolence to you. I wanted to share a thought with you that comforted me when I felt the pain of the loss a family member in death. The man Job in ( Job 14:14) asks” If an able-bodied man dies can he live again?”. Happily Jesus answers in ( John 5:28,29)-” Do not marvel at this, because the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life” Well I hope that you will be able to draw some comfort from these scriptural thoughts as I did.

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  3. This condolence is to the children of Kenny Pannell. He loved you 3 with all his heart and talked about you endlessly. He was so proud of you and bragged to the nurses and other visitors about his 2 beautiful daughters and his son who is a very gifted Harley Davidson mechanic. His life was short and I can only hope he remains in your heart. Love and happiness to all 3 of you and if you ever need an Aunt I will be there for you.
    AUNT ELEANOR

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  4. At this time it is difficult to understand the depth of impact my uncle had on my life. Yet, I know that we loved one another and that is the most important part. Because of a experience i had through Christ I know there is a place prepared for Kenny, me and all others that believe. In a parable Jesus spoke there was a man who owned a field and needed workers. The man came in the morning and gathered workmen, later in the day he needed more workers. He hired more, even though they did not work the full day they were given the same pay. To me it means Kenny’s last moments here on this Earth was spent in Prayer and singing Praises to our Lord. That’s why I will see him again in Paradise. Barry

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  5. My thoughts and prayers are with you all in this time of need. Kenny was a good man father and bother. May you find peace knowing he is no longer in pain and is dancing in the streets of heaven. Katie, I love you as if you were my own daughter, if you ever need me I’m only a call or text away.

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