Kenneth Wayne Perkins

Kenneth Wayne Perkins, 56, of Everett, WA and fomerly of Boise, ID and the surrounding Treasure Valley passed away peacefully on January 6, 2012 in Everett.  He was born in Caldwell, Idaho on January 6, 1956 to Donald Everett Perkins and Betty Lou Helmick Perkins. Kenneth graduated from high school in 1975 in Meridian, Idaho where he met and married Tamera Dobaran. They married in 1976, and divorced in 1985.  Kenneth was remarried in 1987 to Cindy Kiser and they later divorced.

Kenneth had worked for Idaho Power, Callam County PUD, and Snohomish County PUD as a lineman until 2010.

He loved the outdoors, enjoyed farming, hunting, and was an avid fisherman.

Kenneth was preceded in death by an infant son Kenneth John, his father Don, and his mother Betty.

Kenneth is survived by his sister Cheryl (Robert) Nelson of Tremonton, Utah; three daughters, Kristin K. Perkins of Seattle, Washington, Andrea R. Perkins of Boise, Idaho, and Jaime L. Bieker of Fruitland, Idaho. He had four beautiful grandsons: Johnathan, Jayce, Beau, and Micah.

A gathering for family and friends is scheduled on Monday, January 16, 2012 in Seattle, Washington at Barton’s Family Funeral Services, 14000 Aurora Ave. North from 4 to 5 p.m. No services will be conducted. A private family placement of his ashes will be held at a later time. Memories and condolences may be shared with his family on this online tribute.

4 Responses to “Kenneth Wayne Perkins”

  • Timm Kelly says:

    Dear Family Member’s

    First of all I would like to express my condolences to your family in the passing of Ken.

    My name is Timm Kelly and I was one of Ken’s foreman at Clallam County PUD. Ken and I became very close,shared stories and had an excellent time with him.I had an opportunity to travel with him to Idaho.

    Our trip started with a brief visit to his mother’s home where we delivered a load of firewood and a bouquet of flower’s.

    We then proceeded to Idaho where he showed me some of the most beautiful country I have ever seen, I believe I fell in love with Half Way, Idaho!

    Ken was always private about his life, but always spoke highly of his family and would do random acts of kindness for his fellow workers and community members.

    This is what I most remember about him.

    Again, my condolences to his family and thank-you for the time I was able to share with him.

    Timm Kelly
    Line Crew Foreman
    Clallam County PUD

  • Timm Kelly says:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you as we share in your loss. Ken was a dear friend and our family have many great memories of your dad and grandfather when he visited our home as we shared our family life’s. The memories that we shared will live in our hearts and minds forever. God Bless you and your family.

    Cindy Kelly
    Port Angeles

  • Cyndi Laird says:

    Light a candle for those we mourn. Into a new life they will be born. Do not look for them at the gravesite. They are somewhere else radiating their beautiful light. They have gone to a new world where there is no darkness, no pain.Their light and essence will always remain. Light a candle for those who have left this mortal place. They are free to travel through time and space. When we think of them, they are near. When we sit in a beautiful garden, their voices we hear. When we listen to a divine symphony, we close our eyes, their faces we see. Light a candle for they have not really gone. With each flickering flame, in your hearts they will always belong. Miss you Ken…..

  • Colleen Jones says:

    Dave and I are saddened by the sudden passing of Ken. We spent a wonderful New Years with him at our home in Campbell River before he left to go to the U.S. We had some great laughs that night, he was a wonderful and very thoughtful man, I know we will miss him alot. He loved to fish up here with Dave and loved the Island with all his heart! It was a special place for him and he was a very special person to us! You will be sadly missed ken, but we have all the great memories to look back on and we will meet again one day!
    To his family, our hearts go out to you at this very difficult time.

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