Kenneth L. Duncan

Kenneth Lamar Duncan was born on March 5, 1970, in Alpine, Alabama to the union of Hamp and Gloria Duncan.  He moved to Columbus, Ohio at 3 months of age, up until the time of his passing.  He attended Columbus School system where he graduated from Beechcroft High School in 1988.  After high school, Kenny did a brief stint in the Army.  Shortly after the Army he attended DeVry University.

Kenny joined New Fellowship Baptist Church at an early age and later became a member of the United Word Ministry Higher Life where he remained a member.

Kenny loved all sports but his favorite was college football.  His all-time favorite team was University of Alabama “Roll Tide”.  Kenny also loved to encourage people through his “Words of Wisdom”.

Kenny leaves to cherish his memory his dad and mom, Hamp and Gloria Duncan, his brothers Derrell “Shawn” (Laura) Duncan, Angelo “Bumper” (Jamila) Byers, his sisters, Katrina “Tina” Duncan, Charrea Duncan and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and friends.

Visitation 11:00am and Funeral 12:00pm Monday, January 29, 2018 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE NORTH, 2500 Cleveland Ave.

Interment at Evergreen Burial Park.

Condolence Messages

  1. To the family of Kenneth Duncan with my deepest condolences. I’m so sorry to learn of the passing of your dear loved one, but may your most cherished moments always warm and live forever in your hearts. Please take comfort in Christ Jesus’ promise of the resurrection, for he said at John 5:28,29, “Do not be amazed for all those in the memorial tomb will hear his voice and come out…” When Jesus was on the earth he proved he had the power to raise the dead. (John 11:11;43) He will do so again on a global scale, during his reign of God’s Kingdom that he taught us to pray for. (Matthew 6:9)

  2. To the family of Kenneth, you have my deepest sympathy in your loss. When Lazarus died, Jesus told his disciples that he was going to awaken him at John 11:11. He likened Lazarus’ death to a deep sleep state, in which he could only wake him through God’s power! Soon, you will be able to greet your loved one back to perfect life when he is resurrected (Acts 24:15)! May you find comfort in God’s promises.

  3. To the family of Kenneth Duncan , my deepest sympathy in the loss of your love one. Prayers for the family.

  4. To the Duncan family. May you find comfort in knowing that Kenny is resting with a higher power. You have my deepest sympathy in your time of loss. Kenny was a dear friend to me and I’ll never forget him. His inspirational texts often came at times when I needed encouragement. It’s hard to find true loyal friends like Kenny. I’m going to miss him.

  5. Mitchell Peterson :

    I will always remember how Kenny open up his heart and home to me, a total stranger at the time, I knew then I was dealing with a Man of God and I know now that this same man is still with the Lord resting comfortably in His Arms. I will truly miss you and cherish our memories brother Kenny and may God continue to bless the family. I love you all very much.

  6. Mitchell Peterson :

    I was truly sad to hear of Kenny pasting for I remember him as a Man of God who open up his heart and home to me when I needed it the most at that time and since that day his family as well became my family, I am praying that the Lord Jesus will continue to give y’all peace and blessings in moment of need. Love you Kenny always. Love you Duncan family.

  7. The family and I are in prayer that God grant you peace and comfort in this time of Grief.

    Reverend Mack M. Drumgo II

  8. Sandra Dudley ( Tiny ) :

    My love goes out to the Duncan family I am so sorry that Kenny is gone off the earth but excited that he is present with Lord… Kenny always knew the right words to say at the right time … I will most definitely miss his words of encouragement… but I will look forward to seeing him again… God Bless you

  9. Lolita Vaughn (Clark) :

    To the family of Kenny Duncan. My prayers are with you. I pray that God comforts and give your family peace. I’m truly sorry for your loss

  10. Sharone Constant :

    I went to school with Kenny at Medina Middle School and Beechcroft High School. We had some good and crazy times in school. Those we the good ole days. Kenny was one of my best friends in school, we lost contact with each other over the years. But I remember him like we were in school. Kenny was a very sweet and kind young man, would do anything for you. The kind of friend anyone would be happy to have. I will miss him dearly. RIH dear friend!! God bless you and your family!!
    Love Sharone

  11. Joann D. Swain :

    Kenny you will truly be missed. You always made sure you kept in touch. To my Ohio family please know that you will continue to be in my prayers. We love you all.
    The Duncan-Swain family from Alabama

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