Kenneth T. Siemens, 54, went to be with his Lord on Dec. 8, 2014, after a courageous battle with cancer. He was born to Norbert and Margret, in Long Island, N.Y. on Dec. 30, 1959. Preceded in death by grandparents, Willi and Anna Bourdon. Ken leaves to cherish his memory, the love of his life and wife for 20 years, Barbara; parents, Norbert and Margret; sisters, Linda, Cornelia and Monika; daughters, Erika and Mindy; their children, Emily, Kaylee and Aubrey; step-sons, Mike (Tammy) Snyder and Chad (Laura) Snyder; and their children, Hope (James), Chase and Emily; as well as four nephews; and special uncle, Werner. He was a devoted husband and a wonderful grandfather. He adored his grandchildren and loved to share in their accomplishments. Ken had a gift for carpentry and devoted many hours making their home beautiful. He enjoyed muscle cars, the mountains, camping, four wheeling and spending time with family. Viewing, from 2 to 7 p.m. Friday in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Online condolences,

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  1. To Kens family, please accept my sencere condolences. My thoughts and prayers are with Ken and his family. May he rest in peace!

  2. My sincere condolences for your loss. May you live in the peace that Kenneth is with our Lord. He is now happy, healthy and at peace. God bless you all through this time of sorrow. My thoughts and payers are with you all.

  3. Barb and family my deepest condolences for your loss. My God wrap his arms around you and comfort you and bless you. You will be in my thoughts and prayers . Take care

  4. Barbara and family,
    Mike and I were incredibly saddened by the loss of Ken. We will cherish the many dinners and fun times we had together. Rest in peace my friend. Sending love and prayers!

  5. I love you Dad. I miss you and I wish we had more. You were so strong and brave. Kaylee and Aubrey talk about you often and I know you are up in heaven watching over us. Keep the stars bright and our hearts full. May you rest in peace.

  6. Tonight, when you look up, don’t think of them as stars. Think of them as porch lights, welcoming your loved one safely home. I’m so sorry for your loss……

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