(January 8, 1944 – March 31, 2020)
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Kenneth Kyle Kitching, born January 8, 1944 in Cisco, Texas to parents Kyle and Odessa (Langley) Kitching, passed away March 31, 2020 at his home in Iredell, Texas surrounded by his family. Kenneth was known by many names: his wife called him Ken or Babe, his daughters called him Dad or Daddy, his sister caller him Bro, his Christian family called him BroKen. Ken’s passions were sharing the love of God, golfing, hunting, motorcycling, boating and fishing. Ken enjoyed inventing and creating efficient ways to do things, known as gizmos and gadgets, and he also loved memorizing scriptures.
Ken attended bible schools and received certifications from Dallas Baptist University and Criswell Bible College. He owned and operated an ornamental iron business for over 40 years, notably building a water well drilling rig through “Fountain of Living Water Foundation.” “Thirst No More” shipped the drilling rig to the African people, where Ken was made an honorary Maasai Warrior. Ken also made and delivered water well drilling rigs to Nicaraguan villages.
Preceding Ken in death were his parents, and nephew Trent Palmer.
Surviving Ken are his wife Diann Kitching; daughters: Nicole Roberts and husband Jeff, Dachelle Bailey and husband Steven, Dena Ondrusek and husband Mike; grandchildren: Chase Roberts and fiancé Amanda Hanson, Heather Cornelson and husband Jesse, Joshua Brickey, and Hannah Bailey. Also surviving Ken are his sister, Billie Sue Palmer and husband Tom; nephews: John Thomas Palmer, Jason Palmer and wife Erica and their children, Kaitlyn, Kyle and Kaycee; numerous cousins, and extended family members and friends.
Visitation 10am to 11am, followed by graveside services at 11am Friday, April 3, 2020 at Mitchell Cemetery, Iredell, Texas, with Rev. Ken May and Charlie Michalik officiating.