Condolence: I just found out about Ken's passing by checking Facebook after hot having heard from him in some time. We all will miss his humor and insights and I know his loss is difficult for his family.
Condolence: Dear Meg and family,
We are so sorry to hear of this loss of Ken, such a wonderful husband and father. We were shocked and saddened, but also just thankful we had an opportunity to meet and spend time with him. Thinking of you all in this very difficult time with our deepest sympathy.
Condolence: Rest in Peace, Ken. Condolences to his family. I worked with Ken this year and I feel such a loss of a friend and mentor. He was kind, knowledgeable, and the best psychologist any school district could ever want. He is missed so much everyday. Blessing to the Mutch family.
Condolence: My deepest condolences to Ken's family. I've lost other old friends over the years, but hearing of Ken's death truly stunned and saddened me deeply. Ken and I were friends back in the Ohio Wesleyan days. Ken was always fun, kind, and sincere in helping others, myself included. After graduating OWU Ken and I did not see each other for roughly 30 years. Then we hooked up in Lake Tahoe for skiing sometime in 2006 or 2007. He badgered me into starting to wear a helmet, and then introduced me to skiing in the trees...which for someone like me a helmet was a very good idea. I think it was the following November that I weaseled my way into visiting with Ken and Meg and all the kids for a week or 10 days during Thanksgiving. Although I won't claim that I became part of the family, they certainly made me feel like I was, even taking me to Meg's Grandma's home in the Bay area for Turkey Day. I had so much fun that when Ken finally took me to the airport in San Francisco I discovered that I had missed my flight by one day. Since that time Ken and I communicated regularly, albeit not frequently, always hatching plans for another rendezvous in places such as California, Salt Lake, New Orleans, and Miami. Unfortunately, those schemes never came to fruition. Now I'm very sad that I let some small inconveniences stand in the way of opportunities that I will never have again. RIP, my friend.
We were so surprised to hear about Kens passing. We can't imagine how hard that was for you. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you! We sure enjoyed the opportunity to get to know the two of you while you lived here in Utah. You were an amazing team! Ken was so fun loving, kind and always happy and made us feel so welcome when we came over to visit as well as you. We will sure miss him and we sure miss you also! We send our love! Hal and Elaine Porter
I am so sorry to hear of Ken's passing. Sending thoughts and prayers your way. Ken worked with students in my classroom and he always showed up with a smile. He was kind, friendly and very good with the students. It was an honor to know him and work with him. May you be comforted and surrounded by loved ones at this time.
Condolence: With the help and expertise of Ken's knowledge, he was able to direct my family into the right direction to find out what was causing our son physical problems and illnesses.
I wish I could have known him and learned from him longer. I will always carry a special place in my heart for him. He will be extremely missed.
Condolence: Ken Mutch my brother and friend. I am so sad that you are gone. I spent days in my bed and then I heard your voice telling me to get up and stop being sad. Go for a walk with the kids and enjoy the beautiful day.
I am so proud that you are my brother. You have always been there for me when I was in need. You could be a total pain in the butt, but you knew that. I think I told you enough that is for sure. lol
I am blessed to have so many wonderful memories. You taught me things my whole life. When we were kids you were the one that taught me to ride a bike, blow bubbles with 50 pieces of bubble gum in my mouth, ride a skateboard and so many other things. You tormented me along the way from children to adults. When you were here last spring you treated me like we were still children. I have looked up to you my whole life. You have been my rock. I will miss you so. Our visit last spring was so wonderful. I am so grateful that you got to spend time with my grandchildren. I am so glad they have memories too.
You were such a special guy. You had so many many friends. We were both so blessed to have our children to love and be loved by.
I will miss your crazy text messages that you sent no matter what time it was. Most of the time I had no clue what you were talking about, lol.
I am so proud that you and John were my brothers. You are now with everyone, I am the only one left. I hope you are all enjoying being together again. I can close my eyes and hear all your voices.
I will miss you, I do already. I love you Ken so very very much.