Memorial Service-Kenner Wheeler

“We gather today to celebrate the remarkable life journey of Kenner Wheeler, a man whose very essence was synonymous with courage, faith, and an unwavering capacity for love. Born on the 7th of June, 1942, in the vibrant city of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Kenner was a beacon of light that shone brightly for all who had the privilege to cross his path. His departure from this world on the 23rd of November, 2023, in the peaceful town of Clay Center, Kansas , was as serene as his life was impactful, succumbing to natural causes after a life well-lived.”

“Kenner was a man of profound convictions, and his relations with God stood at the forefront of his existence. His spirituality was the compass that guided him through life’s ebbs and flows, and he generously shared the lessons of his faith through devoted ministry. Kenner’s love for God was mirrored in his love for others, which he expressed through countless acts of kindness and support.”

“His passions were as diverse as they were enriching. A lover of the open road, Kenner found freedom and joy atop his motorcycle, with the wind as his companion and the horizon as his destination. Fishing was not just a hobby but a meditation for him, a time to commune with nature and reflect on the deeper currents of life.”

“Kenner’s legacy is one of selfless service. He was a man who lived not for himself but for others, always extending a helping hand to those in need. His courageous spirit was a testament to his character, inspiring many to face their own changes with the same faith-filled resolve.”

“In a world that often dwells on the negative, Kenner Wheeler was a living example of the power of positivity. His life was a message, a reminder that every day is a fight and that the most enduring impact we can have is to love and serve others. As we honor his memory, let us carry forward the torch of his loving spirit, illuminating the path for generations to come.”

A memorial service for Kenner Wheeler will be held on June 7th @ 2pm at Timbercreek Campground, Lots 17 & 18.

If you would like to be in the procession for Kenner’s last ride, please meet at 707 Prospect, Clay Center, KS by 1pm. Bikes and cars are both welcome.

Any questions, please call Wuanita Richardson @ (785)630-0801.

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