Kenneth “Kenny” Lee Wilson

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Obituaries in Ardmore, OK | The Daily Ardmoreite

Kenneth "Kenny" Lee Wilson

Ardmore - A Celebration of life for Kenneth Wilson, better known as Kenny by friends and family, will be held in Kirk Funeral Home Chapel Saturday, December 4, 2021. The Interment will follow in Calvary Cemetery in Gene Autry with the Rev. Fred L. Johnson officiating.

Kenneth (Kenny) Lee Wilson was born, along with his twin brother Keith, in Ardmore on July 18, 1961, to John ("JC") and Anna Mae McGee Wilson. Kenny lived his entire life in Carter County. He passed away on November 27, 2021, at the age of 60.

After graduating from Springer High School in 1979, Kenny entered the local workforce. He worked as a laborer, mechanic, and technician for employers in Springer, Gene Autry and Ardmore. His most recent employment was as a lube technician with Dave's Dip Stick in Ardmore. He worked there for 15 years, leaving in 2018 to pursue other interests.

Kenny was an avid fisherman. He loved the outdoors and living on the farm. On many days after work, he could be found "sitting on a tank" fishing or riding his four wheeler around the farm property. He was particularly proud of the small vegetable garden he grew each year. Kenny was a hands on guy, who loved to tinker with his pick-up truck, lawnmowers and anything else that needed repair. He was always busy doing something around the house.

In August 2019, Kenny suffered a stroke while at his home in Springer. At the time of his death on November 27, 2021, he was a resident of Storey Oaks Memory Care in Oklahoma City.

Preceding him in death were his parents, two brothers, Keith and Gene, and one sister, Joyce. He is survived by two brothers; John of Bethany, Oklahoma; Douglas and his wife Belinda of Houston, Texas; a sister, Eva Wilson, also of Houston; an aunt, Lorece Wilson, Ardmore; nieces, nephews, and many other relatives. He viewing will be held at Kirk Funeral Home Friday from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., also preceding funeral time on Saturday morning. Those attending the funeral services are reminded to please be cautious and wear masks.

Posted online on December 01, 2021

Published in Daily Ardmoreite

Obituaries in Ardmore, OK | The Daily Ardmoreite
Obituaries in Ardmore, OK | The Daily Ardmoreite

Kenneth “Kenny” Lee Wilson

Kenneth "Kenny" Lee Wilson

Ardmore - A Celebration of life for Kenneth Wilson, better known as Kenny by friends and family, will be held in Kirk Funeral Home Chapel Saturday, December 4, 2021. The Interment will follow in Calvary Cemetery in Gene Autry with the Rev. Fred L. Johnson officiating.

Kenneth (Kenny) Lee Wilson was born, along with his twin brother Keith, in Ardmore on July 18, 1961, to John ("JC") and Anna Mae McGee Wilson. Kenny lived his entire life in Carter County. He passed away on November 27, 2021, at the age of 60.

After graduating from Springer High School in 1979, Kenny entered the local workforce. He worked as a laborer, mechanic, and technician for employers in Springer, Gene Autry and Ardmore. His most recent employment was as a lube technician with Dave's Dip Stick in Ardmore. He worked there for 15 years, leaving in 2018 to pursue other interests.

Kenny was an avid fisherman. He loved the outdoors and living on the farm. On many days after work, he could be found "sitting on a tank" fishing or riding his four wheeler around the farm property. He was particularly proud of the small vegetable garden he grew each year. Kenny was a hands on guy, who loved to tinker with his pick-up truck, lawnmowers and anything else that needed repair. He was always busy doing something around the house.

In August 2019, Kenny suffered a stroke while at his home in Springer. At the time of his death on November 27, 2021, he was a resident of Storey Oaks Memory Care in Oklahoma City.

Preceding him in death were his parents, two brothers, Keith and Gene, and one sister, Joyce. He is survived by two brothers; John of Bethany, Oklahoma; Douglas and his wife Belinda of Houston, Texas; a sister, Eva Wilson, also of Houston; an aunt, Lorece Wilson, Ardmore; nieces, nephews, and many other relatives. He viewing will be held at Kirk Funeral Home Friday from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., also preceding funeral time on Saturday morning. Those attending the funeral services are reminded to please be cautious and wear masks.

Posted online on December 01, 2021

Published in Daily Ardmoreite