Kenneth Jude Kowalski

Born: 10/26/1962 Passed:

Kenneth Jude Kowalski, 58, of Cleveland, passed away September 21, 2021.

Ken was born October 26, 1962, to the late Raymond and the late Helen Kowalski. He grew up in Brecksville, Ohio, with his siblings, Kristine (Kowalski) Ziemnik, Ronald, Lauren and Mark Kowalski.

He is survived by his former wife, Kathleen, and their children, Jeremiah (Ellie), David (Munkhmanlai), Amanda (Mike) and Kenneth A.  and his beloved granddaughters Misheel and Nomin.

Ken was in several bands throughout his life, being known for his love of music. He was also known for his quick wit and sense of humor, as well as his love of fishing.  He will forever be in our hearts.


7 Tributes to Kenneth Jude Kowalski

  1. Kristine Ziemnik says:

    He was my little brother always. Quick with a joke or two. We always said he could have been a comedian. I will miss him always.

    • Lois Susanek says:

      Oh how I remember all
      The fun times we had as kids , so many fond memories of all the pool parties .. my dad sure teased him a lot but that’s because he only teased his favorites ! RIP CUZ ..

    • Larry says:

      Your wit and musical talent cut way to short. That’s the problem with living so far away would of loved to of gone out on Lake Erie and caught those big steel head with you. Love ya bro. Found some music you sent me drive my truck cause that’s the last of the cd era love the tunes. I know this is weird but I have a noise on my phone when a message comes in that reminds me of you. See you in heaven.

    • Anonymous says:

      So many memories growing up . All the parties & holidays we all celebrated. ❤️🙏

  2. Anonymous says:

    So many awesome memories from when we were little ! My prayers for comfort to all of you … 🙏🙏💙💙

  3. Laura Hart says:

    Many memories of when we were young during our great family gatherings. However, one of my fondest memories is from our Kowalski family reunion where all the musical cousins played together. Love and prayers. ❤

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