Comanche County, Oklahoma
© Whinery~Huddleston Funeral Service
June 12, 2014
Kenneth Don August Waller
Birth date: March 29, 1956
Kenneth Don August Waller, 59, of Lawton, was born March 29, 1956 in San Bernardino, California to Donald and Helga Waller. He died June 12, 2014 at a local hospital with his daughter at his side.
A memorial service will be held on Friday, June 20, 2014 at 6:30pm at the Sullivan Village Church of Christ.
Kenneth graduated from Lawton High School. After graduating, he worked in the lawn care business until he became a plumber on Fort Sill. He worked as a plumber until his death.
He enjoyed being outdoors and also being a "ladies man", but most of all he enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren, whom he loved dearly.
He is preceded in death by his parents, Donald and Helga; and a brother, Michael Waller.
Survivors include his daughters, Katy Waller, of the home and Kensy Waller, of Lawton; grandchildren, Deron and Lyric Waller, of the home; sister, Peggy Murry and husband Bill of Washington. He also has numerous extended family members and friends.
Kenneth's online guestbook may be signed and condolences sent by visiting: www.whineryhuddleston.com.
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