In Memory

Carl Kenerson VIEW PROFILE


(Exeter NewsLetter)
SP4 Carl F. (Rusty) Kenerson Jr, 21, of South Road in Kensington, and two other soldiers stationed at Fort Lewis, Washington State, died April 4, 1979, as a result of injuries suffered when a tractor trailer truck side-swiped the Army truck they were repairing on Interstate 82 South near Eilensburg, Washington. 
Born in Exeter, September 27, 1957, he had resided in Kensington most of his life.
He was a graduate of Exeter AREA High School and a member of the DeMolay, Exeter.  He had enlisted in the Army in April, 1976, and had served one year in Korea prior to being transferred to Fort Lewis a year and a half ago.
Members of his family include his father, Carl F. Kenerson, Kensington; and his mother, Mrs. Charlotte Ann Perkins, Kensington; two brothers, Brian C. and Bradley P. both of Kensington; his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Ida M. Dube, Kittery, Me; and his maternal grandfather, Charles F. Blaney, Hamilton MA. 
Funeral Services held  April 12 at 11 am at the Kensington Congregational Church.  Burial will follow in the Kensington Village Cemetery.
Friends may call at the Ronald E. Remick Funeral Home, 811 Lafayette Rd, Hampton, this evening, April 11, 1979, from 7 – 9 pm.

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