November 30, -0001 - August 4, 2009
ESCH, Kenneth Terry, cherished husband of Joyce, loving father of Kim (Gino) Graham and the late Michael David and Terry Esch, beloved Papa of Michael, Christopher, K.C., Jennifer, Jeremy, Jason and Ashlyn. Dear brother of Sylvia (Ken) Filbeck and Charlotte (Bruce) Ingmire, son of the late Lois and Vivian Esch. On Tuesday, August 4, 2009, at age 69, Kenneth went home to be with the Lord after a long illness at his home in West Chester with his family by his side. Ken was ordained as a deacon at the Southern Baptist Church in Lancaster, CA in 1974. He had a very rewarding 37 year career with GE. His relationship with the Lord and his family were the center of his life. Visitation at Liberty Heights Church, 7904 Princeton Rd., Liberty Twp., Friday from 9:30 am until the funeral service at 11 am.
We are very sorry about your loss and sorry about his suffering. We realize your family has had more than your share of trials the past several years.
At least Ken is at peace now and with his beloved sons. We always enjoyed talking to him when he attended 1st Baptist. He loved to talk about his grandchildren. He was a dear man.
We both worked with Ken at GE for several years. You have had so much loss and struggles in recent years but we are sure your faith has sustained you. Ken was such a fine christian man. May you once again feel Gods loving arms around you. I’m sure Ken is having a wonderful reunion with his sons and it is a comfort to know he is no longer suffering. Love and Prayers from John and Judy Wayne.
John and Judy Wayne
Dear Esch Family,
I am sorry I will not be able to attend Mr. Esch’s funeral. You are such a dear family to me. I have been blessed by knowing each and everyone of you. May the Lord Jesus Christ fill you with the comfort only he can give. He is the ultimate healer and Mr. Esch is well and reunited with all his love ones that have past before him. God Bless, and you are in my prayers.
Love to all,
Besides being a brother-in-law, Kenneth was a friend for more than a half century. I hated to see him go, but now he is at peace after a long illness. He was a good man.