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Henson & Rich Funeral Home
414 E. Mound Street
Harlan, KY 40831
Tel: 1-606-573-1362

Keneth Hicks

Born: Thu., Nov. 9, 1944
Died: Wed., Aug. 23, 2017

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Kenneth Ray Hicks, 72, of Harlan, passed away on August 23, 2017 at his home due to an extended illness.  Ken was born on November 9, 1944 in Ages, KY.  He was a graduate of Evarts High School where he was a stand out on the boy’s basketball team. He was a former Maintenance Supervisor for the City of Harlan and formerly employed at Masonry Products in Harlan.

Ken was preceded in death by his parents, Orie and Maggie Hicks; his brothers Robert and Venice; his sister, Kathleen and nephews, David Arthur and Tyler Hicks.
Survivors include his children, Rhonda (Michael) Meinhardt, Ron (Charlene) Hendricks, Sherri (David) Drewett and Kiersten Smith.  His grandchildren, Kristopher Green, Kyle Green, Dyer Hendricks, Derek Hendricks, Paige Drewett, Max Drewett, Ben Drewett and Thomas Drewett.  His siblings, Bernice (Gene) Larsen, Joyce (Bob) Gooding, Hershel (Melinda) Hicks, Linda (Craig) Shoe, Billy (Betsy) Hicks and Teresa (Jerry) Haynes.  Also, 14 nieces and nephews, plus numerous great nieces and nephews.

Before health issues Ken loved to be outdoors in the mountains, hunting and fishing.  He moved to many different places but his love for the mountains always brought him home to Harlan.

Following cremation, it was Kens wishes that no services be planned.

Henson & Rich Funeral Home has been entrusted with the arrangements.

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Kathie Jones
   Posted Thu August 24, 2017
So very sorry to hear of Ken's passing. So very sorry for your loss. Prayers for the family.

Kathie and Rick Jones

Jennifer Laws Brock
   Posted Thu August 24, 2017
I met Ken when I was a young girl through family friends. He was always joking and laughing. I hadn't seen him in years after being gone to college, but when I ran into him again he knew exactly who I was and started joking with me. I ran into him often after that and even in poor health he always smiled and asked about my family. I will certainly miss seeing my friend. Rest easy, Sir, until we meet again. Prayers for all of the Hicks family.