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Obituary for Kenneth Mutch

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Kenneth Freeman Mutch passed away suddenly at Foresthill, California on March 27th at the age of sixty-six.

Kenneth is predeceased by his parents Nancy and Freeman Eugene as well as his brother John. He is survived by his loving wife of thirty three-years, Meg, and their three children Peter, Jeannette and Christopher.

Kenneth and Meg were married in Tiburon, California on October 12th, 1984. Kenneth is lovingly remembered by his step-mother Anna, uncle John, sister-in-law Jane, sister Karen, nephews John and Robbie, nieces Natalie, Heidi and Sarah, cousins George, John and Barb Rentschler and many grand-neices and nephews.

Kenneth was born in Chardon Ohio on December 18th 1951. He graduated from Brecksville High School in 1970 and was still in touch with many classmates. He went on to study psychology at Ohio Wesleyan University, graduating with a BA in 1974. He received his Masters Degree at Alfred University in 1978 and worked as a school psychologist for forty years.

Ken loved outdoor sports, his friends and family.

In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Brain and Behavior Research Foundation, at Condolences and memories may be offered online at under “Current Services”. A Celebration of Life will be planned for a future date which will be placed on the above web site.

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