Kent R. Armknecht

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  1. Jessica Sugihara

    I will always remember the good times with Uncle Kent. He was a WONDERFUL man, always caring, loving and would do ANYTHING for those he loved. Aunt Linda and Uncle Kent were there when my sister and I needed them the most. I must say that I never really ever got to say THANK YOU!!! From the bottom of my heart, THANK YOU! 🙂 RIP uncle kent! Jessie moe

  2. April (Daughter)

    I will miss you so much Daddy, I already do!! I know you’re with me in my heart. I will miss our morning talks on the phone, while drinking coffee.. What am I gonna do wilthout you?? I love you and always will!!! Your Loving Daughter April

  3. "Sheila Milko (Sister of Janet Armknecht, Sister-in-law of Keith Armknecht"

    My heart and my prayers are with you Linda and your family at this time. I had the good fortune to meet you and Kent when I was visiting Janet and Keith in Westminster as well as a few times when you and Kent came to Las Vegas….He was a gentle, caring man, and look how fortunate he is in having a loving family and a loving extended family as well!

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Kent R. Armknecht

In Loving Memory

Born:
August 26, 1953 Denver, Colorado

Passed Away:
October 10, 2009 Wheat Ridge, Colorado

Memorial Service
11:00 AM, First Southern Baptist Church of Westminster, 7990 Lowell Blvd.
 

Kent R. Armknecht passed away October 10, 2009. Kent was born on August 26, 1953 in Denver, Colorado. His father Raymond Armknecht and mother Shirley Beardsley Armknecht. His father Raymond married Helen Roberts – Armknecht who became another loving mother of Kent, his brother Keith Armknecht (Janet), his sisters Sharon Armknecht-Brickman, Cathy Armknecht-Collins (Gene) and Barbara Armknecht-Honholt (Jack). He was proceeded in death by mother Shirley, father Raymond, sister Sharon and brother Ron Smith (Sandy). He is survived by his loving wife Linda Armknecht, loving children April, Jennifer and Kenny (Michelle), loving grandchildren Eric, Chloe, Tina, Nathan, Kora, Emmah, Willy, Savannah and Brooklynn. Kent grew up in Westminster, Colorado. His family enjoyed and participated in stock car racing at Lakeside, went camping, fishing, and did some traveling together. He started working at a young age bunching onions, working in his fathers auto body shop. At 17 he went into trucking which took him to owning and operating Asphalt paving companies. Kent and his wife Linda had a shot gun wedding at his parents cabin in Fairplay, Colorado among a family Christmas celebration on July 4, 1983, His grandmother Margaret Skilly toting the shot gun. Together they had many joys and adventures in raising their 3 children, car races in Erie, BMX racing, camping, traveling and many joyous memories with the grandchildren. He was always there for each of them in his loving and caring ways he had – for them to know everything would be ok. All his family and many friends meant the world to him. Kent was an avid fan of the Denver Broncos and enjoyed the Rockies and Nuggets as well. He will be very sadly missed. R.I.P. my Love! Services : First Southern Baptist Church of Westminster, 7990 Lowell Blvd. Westminster, Colorado November 5, 2009 11:00 A.M. Associate Pastor Dan Christian

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  1. Jessica Sugihara

    I will always remember the good times with Uncle Kent. He was a WONDERFUL man, always caring, loving and would do ANYTHING for those he loved. Aunt Linda and Uncle Kent were there when my sister and I needed them the most. I must say that I never really ever got to say THANK YOU!!! From the bottom of my heart, THANK YOU! 🙂 RIP uncle kent! Jessie moe

  2. April (Daughter)

    I will miss you so much Daddy, I already do!! I know you’re with me in my heart. I will miss our morning talks on the phone, while drinking coffee.. What am I gonna do wilthout you?? I love you and always will!!! Your Loving Daughter April

  3. "Sheila Milko (Sister of Janet Armknecht, Sister-in-law of Keith Armknecht"

    My heart and my prayers are with you Linda and your family at this time. I had the good fortune to meet you and Kent when I was visiting Janet and Keith in Westminster as well as a few times when you and Kent came to Las Vegas….He was a gentle, caring man, and look how fortunate he is in having a loving family and a loving extended family as well!

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