Kenneth Lee Collett son of the late Robert Miles and Bonnie Lee Collett, brother of Barbara Ann (Anthony) Galli and uncle to Deeanna Galli Nemec,
Ken was very loving person who was artistic and loved drawings portraits. He was loved may those around him and will be missed by even more.
Ken passed away on September 09, 2020 at the age of 80. A graveside service will be held at Baltimore Pike Cemetery Tuesday, September 15, 2020 at 11 AM.
Myrtle Blankenbuehler - Sep 19, 2020
I had the honor and pleasure of being Kenny's art teacher for many years. He excelled with his pen and ink drawings and he was a very kind and loving man. My sympathies to his family and everyone who was lucky enough to know him.
Danielle Horter - Sep 16, 2020
So sorry to hear about the loss of sweet Ken. What an amazing believer and just wonderful person He was. He was always seeking the kindest route possible in every task. He had such a soft heart for others & was one of the most selfless people I’ve ever known. He will be greatly missed
Byron R Horter - Sep 15, 2020
Barb I am so sorry ! We had so much fun having Ken over for the Holidays. He would get so excited to see the kids. We will miss so many things about him.
Traci - Sep 13, 2020
So sorry for the loss of your brother. I knew Ken from working in a Dr's office he went to, we often ran into each other shopping at Meijer in Loveland. He was always telling me about his day and how he was doing. We will miss seeing him.
Lee Levy - Sep 13, 2020
Please accept my deepest sympathy for the loss of your dear brother. I believe we met in the grocery when you were visiting Kenny last year. I was fascinated with what Kenny could do with a colored pencil. He had a real talent. I will remember him as a gentle and caring man.
Joan O'Leary - Sep 12, 2020
So sorry to hear of Kenny's passing! All of us in the art class both at Sycamore Senior Center and then at Sharonville community center enjoyed knowing our dear Kenny. May he rest in peace, Joan O'Leary
Ginny - Sep 12, 2020
So sorry to read of about Kenny being gone. He was a great artist. Unfortunately, we had to discontinue our classes at the Senior Center and I haven't seen him recently. We discovered we both had sisters on the east coast when he wore a t-shirt from Fish Tales. My sympathy to his sister and family.