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Kenneth Earl Wallin
  • Passed away on January 01, 2022

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Kenneth Earl Wallin, 75 a resident of Ocala, Florida passed away on January 1, 2022. He was born on
July 7, 1946, in Chicago, Illinois.
He served in United States Army and was retired from the banking industry (IT). Kenneth was known to be fun-loving, a Corvette enthusiast and never met a stranger. He especially enjoyed spending time with his devoted wife, Connie, and they both loved traveling together.
He is preceded in death by his parents Earl and Donna Wallin; son Kyle Wallin and sister-in-law Judy Wallin.
Kenneth is survived by his loving wife, Connie; daughters Heather (John) Kendall, Ashley (Andrew) Rhinehart, stepdaughter Stacey (Ronald) Kays; grandchildren Sarah Kendall, Colin Rhinehart and Emily Rhinehart, step grandchildren – Ashlyn (Patrick)Yoakum, Abbie (Tyler) Gilliland; brother Gordon Wallin, sister Val (Richard) Kaffka and great-grandchildren nieces and nephews.

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  1. Kathy Kos says:
    21 Jan 2022
    Hi Connie:

    I sorry to hear of Ken’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and the family. So many Fonda memories of Ken. ❤️

  2. Larry schoenfeld says:
    20 Jan 2022
    Connie, so sorry for you and your families loss. So many great memories of Ken as a boss, co-worker and friend. You two were made for each other and prayers that you find comfort in the joy Ken brought us all. Take care.

  3. Laura Lawrence says:
    18 Jan 2022
    Connie, I’m so sorry to hear this. Ken was a great guy and always so fun to be around. Sending hugs and prayers to you!

  4. Becky Rabe says:
    18 Jan 2022
    Connie, I am so sorry to hear this. Ken was my first manager at ABN and he was the best. Super fun to work with and an extraordinarily kind and all around good person. We had such fun back in the day didn’t we! Wishing him peace!

  5. Kevin Simonds says:
    18 Jan 2022
    So sorry to hear Connie. Ken was truly loved. He will forever be in my thoughts and prayers. Kevin Simonds

  6. Keith C says:
    18 Jan 2022
    Ken was my first manager when I got to the US. I then got to know him & Connie through the Corvette club. He was a wonderful guy with a heart of pure gold. :-(

  7. Gale Miller, JR says:
    17 Jan 2022
    It’s been over forty years, since Ken and I worked together at WCG in Dolton, and I’m saddened to hear about his passing. He was always looking for a good time, and his presence made good times happen.
    We all worked very hard at WCG and it creates a bond that still stands decades latter. My condolences to his family.
    Gale Miller, JR

  8. Jim Wallin says:
    12 Jan 2022
    My sincerest and deepest condolences to the entire family. To me, Uncle Ken was a rock star, especially over the past decade. His political acumen & engagement provided the unique blend of intelligent insights, unfiltered opinion, and comedic wit. His ability to remain above the fray cemented his place as an authentic winner & champion.

    A patriot. A capitalist. Unfiltered. Unafraid.

    I am honored to have known him. Rest In Peace.

  9. Jan Nelson vinke says:
    12 Jan 2022
    So sorry for loss of Ken and wife Conbie! Was a cousin whom I have seen for years now, went to high school and same church as Kenny ! RiP

  10. The Zorn Family says:
    08 Jan 2022
    You will be missed Uncle Ken!

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