Kenneth L. Sloan Sr.

Sloan, Kenneth L.
12-24-1953 to 9-1-2020
Kenneth Leroy Sloan Sr. Age 66
Passed peacefully September 1st 2020 due to complications from cancer. Kenneth was born in Columbus, Ohio. He attended Mifflin H.S. He owned a business as a carpenter. He was a member of Higher Ground Always Abounding Assembly. He was preceded in death by his wife Sharon (Anderson) Sloan, his Father Fredrick L. Sloan, brother George Sloan, sister Pamela L. Sloan, grandparents Herman and Gertrude Mayo and Frank and Margarete Sloan. He is survived by children, Kenneth Sloan II, CasSaundria (Russel) Robinson, Kenneth K. Sloan, Sarah V. Sloan, Mother Mary V. Sloan, brother Michael (Bridgette) Sloan, sister Angela (Willie) Pinkins, fiance Mildred Childs, 12 grandchildren, a host of loving nieces and nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends Services held at Marlan J. Gary Funeral Home, The Chapel of Peace, East Location. 5456 E. Livingston Ave., Columbus. Viewing September 5th 9:00am Services 10:00am. Mask and tickets are required. Tickets are limited.

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Condolence Messages

  1. We loved our Uncle Kenny so much and are there in spirit. Sending our love from Boston. ~Uka, Quiana, Virginia and Grayson

  2. I wish to acknowledge with deep appreciation the good times we had growing up. You will be missed.

  3. Rest in heaven pops. We love you IM going to do my best for your grandkids. Uzzia,zurie.

  4. Kenneth I will forever miss you with all my heart.
    I Will love You forever and always.
    Love your sister,
    Angela

  5. Rest in heaven Kenny. We love you and will miss you dearly. Sending our love Nicole, Derrick, Aunt Yvonne and Uncle David to the entire Sloan Family. You will continue to be in our thoughts and prayers.

  6. Elena Bridges-Jackson

    Sending love, peace, and comfort to the family during this difficult time. Weeping may endure for a night (or many nights) but Joy do cometh in the morning. Continue to hold on to God’s unchanging hand. Prayers that God gives each and every one of you strength to endure, as he wraps his loving arms around you.

  7. I miss you dear Kenneth I’ve missed you since you have been in the hospital and rest home. I really miss you now that you have been called by God. Ill miss the good times the times we went out to eat going to church and the times we had trying to agree with each other. I will see you and the rest of my family some day love Mom

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