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Title: Mr. Ken Darcy
Post by: bohica1369 on Aug 10, 2014, 05:13
It is with great sadness, and a heavy heart, I post this...

Mr. Ken Darcy, passed away on Sunday (7-27-2014) in the early morning hours. Two weeks prior, he had suffered a massive heart attack,  and had been in the hospital ICU in critical condition. His wife Michelle called to let me know, so I could pass the word. Services were Saturday (8-2-2014) in Alta Dena California, for family and close friends. Mr. Darcy, was a S.O.N.G.S, HP supervisor for many years before he retired, and began working as a road tech. He always had a kind word, and a big smile... R.I.P. Kenny,  you will be missed.
Title: Re: Mr. Ken Darcy
Post by: SloGlo on Aug 11, 2014, 07:18
I remember ken from when I was at songs with c-e. one of my favorite house persons there. a good man who was more than fair in his dealings with others on the plant site.
Title: Re: Mr. Ken Darcy
Post by: btkeele on Aug 11, 2014, 08:21
I am greatly saddened by this news, Ken was a great guy and I will miss him.
RIP, Ken.
Title: Re: Mr. Ken Darcy
Post by: fritzon on Aug 12, 2014, 03:50
Ken was truly a great guy, and will be sorely missed by many.  He was my first supervisor at SONGS, back in '82  Always a positive attitude, generous smile, and never a cross word.  A good friend in any weather, fair or foul.  A pleasant disposition, and a 'Can do, No problem' attitude.  See you on the positive side amigo, know this, you are well thought of by many a tech..
Title: Re: Mr. Ken Darcy
Post by: hoghunter on Aug 12, 2014, 06:10
I'm very sadden to hear Ken has passed. I worked with him in the duke system. Ken was a hard and by the book worker, he even called me out a few times.He always made us laugh with his yoga meditation he did.He will truly be missed. may God bless him and be with his family
Title: Re: Mr. Ken Darcy
Post by: gravy58 on Aug 12, 2014, 07:14
Title: Re: Mr. Ken Darcy
Post by: Pete McAllister on Aug 22, 2014, 11:20
Worked with Ken here at Duke. He was a great guy to spend some time talking with. it was a hoot to watch him do his work out. He will not be forgotten, and may God bless his family with fond memories.