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Kenneth A. (Ken/Kenny) Scribner

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Of Everett. Passed away at the age of 72 on December 21, 2023. He was born on June 4, 1951 in Winchester, Massachusetts. Ken was an outgoing individual who had a deep love of family, family history, genealogy, camping, fishing and story-telling.
Kenny is survived by his beloved wife, Joan S. Monterose, and their children: Michael and Tabatha Scribner, Laurie and Christopher Carmona, Karen Currier, and Bruce Kelling. He was also a cherished grandfather to Rebecca and Sarah Scribner, Allison and Christopher Carmona, Abigail, Emma and Michael Currier, Jackson Kelling and Brian Bailey. Kenny is preceded in death by his father, Hartley W. Scribner, mother, Phyllis M. Earle, and brother,
George “Bob” Scribner. He is also survived by his brothers, Hartley and Donald, his sister Dianne Carlan, as well as his wife’s family and many nieces and nephews.
In addition to his roles as loving husband, father and grandfather, Ken also had a distinguished military career from 1971 through 1977 in the United States Army National Guard, Yankee Division. Ken’s dedication and service to his country will always be remembered. Throughout his life Kenny worked as a laborer in manufacturing and held many positions. He was known for his strong work ethic and commitment. Ken was a proud member in good standing of the General Society of Mayflower Descendants, the Thomas Rogers Society, Inc. and the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution.
In accordance with Kenny’s wishes, there are no visitation hours and all services were private. His cremains were presented to his wife, Joan, to be retained until her passing at which time they will once again be joined together for burial at Puritan Lawn Memorial Park in Peabody, Massachusetts. Those wishing to make a donation in Kenny’s memory may consider The American Lung Association either online at https://action.lung.org/site or by mail: American Lung Association 1661 Worcester Road, Suite 301, Framingham, MA, 01701. Arrangements were coordinated by Rocco’s Funeral Home in Everett.

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