Kenneth Ray Carlyle, 79, of Lexington, Nebraska handed absent on Sunday, June 20, 2021 at Hilltop Estates in Gothenburg.
A Graveside Provider with Army Honors will be held at Fort McPherson Countrywide Cemetery in Maxwell, Nebraska on Friday, June 25, 2021 at 9:30 a.m.
Kenneth was born on January 12, 1942, in Grand Island, Nebraska to Frank and Clara (Reab) Carlyle. He attended general public schools in Grand Island and graduated from Grand Island Substantial University with the class of 1960. He then went on to even further his instruction at Nebraska Vocational Specialized School in Milford, Nebraska, to get started a profession in heating and air.
On January 6, 1964, Kenneth was inducted into the United States Navy and was later honorably discharged on Might 19, 1964. He was granted a professional medical discharge and went back again to faculty in Milford to specialize in drafting.
On June 10, 1978, Kenneth was united in marriage to Sherry Warner in Seward. The few would reside in many communities even though Kenneth was a Development Foreman. They settled in Lexington in the early 1980’s. Before retirement, Kenneth expended 13 many years operating in Servicing at Tyson.
After retirement, Kenneth absolutely loved the comforting time of fishing on the banks of the inlet, and shelling out time with his family, in particular his grandchildren and terrific-grandchildren.
Kenneth leaves to rejoice his daily life his spouse of 42 a long time, Sherry Carlyle of Lexington his little ones, Robert (Jennifer) Bliven of Tucson, Ariz., Kris (Scott Schrum) Carbaugh of Lexington and Deb (Chris) McGee of Gothenburg 9 grandchildren, Jessup Bliven of Oskaloosa, Iowa, Hailey (Kadarius) McQueen of Manhattan, Kan., Emily Bliven of Silverdale, Clean., Zach Starman of Cozad, Jordan (Dakota Andrews) Starman of Kearney, Jessica Carbaugh of Cozad, Brenna (Tyler) Earl of Cozad, Riley (Demi) Kort of Gothenburg and Jacob Carbaugh of Gothenburg six excellent-grandchildren with two on the way sister, Betty Shuman of Grand Island and two brothers-in-regulation, Bob Warner of Lexington and Charles (Denise) Warner of Canyon, Texas as properly as extended family members and mates.
Besides his parents, Kenneth was preceded in dying by his brother, Roy Carlyle.
A memorial has been established in Kenneth’s honor, and kindly instructed to the family members for later on designation.
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Published by Lexington Clipper-Herald on Jun. 23, 2021.