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Kenneth Park

Kenneth Park

Tuesday, September 14th, 1965 - Sunday, June 30th, 2019
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Kenneth "Ken" Dwayne Park, 53, passed away on Sunday, June 30, 2019 in his hometown, Mansfield, TX.
Memorial Service: 11am Monday, July 8, 2019 at Skyvue Funeral Home.
Stubborn, hard headed, and big hearted are the best words I can think of to describe Ken. A beloved son, brother, dad, uncle and friend to so many, we will miss him greatly. With his larger than life, fun loving personality, he never met a stranger and rarely turned down an opportunity to have a good time. Ken could usually be found riding around on his TCU Harley or perfecting his brisket in his smoker. A legend among other former Mansfield Tigers, he was a dominating force to be reckoned with. His presence will be missed by all of his friends and family.
Ken is preceded in death by his Nannie and Papa, Henry and Lois Vest; grandmother, Dorothy Park and grandfather, Woodrow Park.
He is survived by his mother and father, Jeanie and Eddie Park; son, Dakota Park; daughter, Kallie Park Moore; sisters, Tiffany Rogers and Cobie Coble; granddaughter, Layken Moore; nephews, Taylor, Dustin and Corey; nieces, Katie and Lindsi; Loving Partner, Wendie Curry Brown and SO many friends.
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    Monday, July 8th, 2019 | 11:00am
    Monday, July 8th, 2019 11:00am
    Skyvue Funeral Home
    7220 Rendon Bloodworth Rd
    MANSFIELD, TX 76063
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Scott & Tammie Meek and Mansfield Sand

Posted at 05:05pm
You may be gone but you wont be forgotten.
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Lisa Tallent

Posted at 10:05am
If I could have told Ken one last thing this is what I would want him to know:
Words are not enough to express how much you mean to me. There are so many memories I cant even just pick one to talk about, You were my voice of reason, that bad idea just waiting to happen! my protector, my best friend, my brother. I will miss those video wars we had, the long talks, baby sitting the smoker and most of all the wind therapy. Thank you for letting me into your life all those years ago. Dont worry about Wendi, I have been here for her, just like you would want me to be, she is going to be ok. Just know that you are taking a part of us with you that can never be replaced. Spread your wings and fly.
Please tell my Daddy hello and that I love him so much, you will know who he is because is personality will outshine all the others. I will never forget you!!
I will love you forever,
Your #1 Road Dog

James Robbins

Posted at 07:32am
Dear Tiffany & family. Im so sorry for your loss. Stay strong and keep youre faith.
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Johnny Parsons

Posted at 04:21pm
Ken and I grew up together. One of my oldest and closest friends. Fatboy and I didn't get to see each other as much as I would have liked over the last few years. But every single time we got together it was as if we hadn't missed a day. One of my proudest moments was a couple of years ago when he told me he was proud of me. Literally brought tears to my eyes. Well... I was proud of you too Fatboy. I love you very much and I'm going to miss you until we can hang out again.

Tammy Fuhs Williams

Posted at 03:15pm
Always a great guy love you

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