Kenneth Pitcher

Kenneth Allen Pitcher

Tuesday, June 18th, 1957 - Thursday, August 27th, 2020
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    Friday, September 4th, 2020 | 11:30am
    Friday, September 4th, 2020 11:30am
    Fayetteville National Cemetery
    700 S. Government
    Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701
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  • Interment

    Friday, September 4th, 2020 | 11:30am
    Friday, September 4th, 2020 11:30am
    Fayetteville National Cemetery
    700 Government St,
    Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701
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Posted at 09:24pm
Wrinkles....I've thought of you often, wondering how you are. Coming across your obituary felt like a punch in the gut. So many memories....AZ, Missouri, CO.... I treasure the times I spent with you, especially our outdoor adventures. You were a good man. Thank you for caring about me. I loved you very much. I'll never forget you. Love Always, Bubba

Jim Madden

Posted at 09:26pm
I met Kenny early in very elementary school as we lived very near each other. We became best friends and did just about everything together, most days...a lot of time spent fishing, riding ice bergs down the river, building forts...yes, there were turtles, a pet raccoon (who's favorite food was cheesecake) and many more fun adventures in a little high-jinks. He always brought out the best in me!

We grew apart in high school and went our separate ways as adults. I always wondered what adventure he was up too but was never able to make contact with him. I send my best to family...his Sheboygan Falls Family (Gayle, Susan, and Mom) well as his most recent Family, Robin...I will miss my friend dearly!

Terry Soerens

Posted at 02:08pm
My sincere condolences to the Pitcher family. Ken was my childhood friend and close high school buddy. As kids we spent many days together playing down by the river behind my folks house and in his backyard. High school was definitely more fun and laid back with "Pitch".
Terry Soerens

Mary Vollstedt

Posted at 11:13pm
My sympathies to the pitcher family. I went to school with Ken at Sheboygan Falls.
Rest In Peace my dear class mate. Until we meet again.

Gayle Pitcher Van Brummen

Posted at 01:46am
Kenny was my dear little brother who both annoyed and amazed me. As a child this tender hearted boy loved adventures in the wilds of Wisconsin, along the river's edge. I recall many outdoor antics: digging up turtle eggs, finding crayfish by accident (attached by one claw to draw strings on his bathing suit) and filling jars with slimy, squirming tadpoles from the mill pond for reasons I will never understand. He brought home an orphaned baby raccoon who lived at our house leaving many heart warming memories. As an older kid, Ken started a business. He somehow caught and gathered hoards of snapping turtles to sell; we had to be ready to defend ourselves if we dared enter our back porch-it was the turtle holding tank.

Kenny was also an outstanding athlete. He seemed to be an instant success at almost any sport he tried, especially his favorite sport: wrestling. As a very young child he built "forts" in the tops of trees that seemed too big for him. I think he applied these skills to his later occupation: building really tall water towers. I wished we could have spent more time together during our adulthood, but I am profoundly glad Kenny found peace and joy in his adult life with Robin.

Rest in Peace, Ken. I cared deeply for you.

Gayle Pitcher van Brummen.

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