The Kentaboo Kids

The Kentaboo Kids

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How would you want to be remembered? This loving tribute to the authora€™s late husband tells the story of an a€œordinarya€ man who was really quite extraordinary. Kenneth Robert Warner, Sr.: Biography of a Faithful Man is a personal memoir by Jacqueline Vater Warner, who traces Kennetha€™s life from his birth during the Great Depression in 1933 in Cincinnati, Ohio. A child of tumultuous times, he grew up during World War II and spent most of his life in Kentucky. He attended college and then served in the Army during the Korean War. Kenneth taught school in the South during the Civil Rights era, which in itself is a fascinating story. His life echoes the times and the history happening around him. In spite of illness, this proud man struggled to support and raise a family of five children. Kenneth died in 2007 at the age of 73, after living a memorable and faithful life. His story is Americaa€™s story.such as Christmas, Easter, and Revival. At those times, the kids sang, did skits, and Biblical programs, while the adults decorated the church and served refreshments. On Sunday morning, most of the people in the neighborhood walkedanbsp;...

Title:The Kentaboo Kids
Author: Jacqueline Vater Warner
Publisher:Strategic Book Publishing - 2013-12

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