God saw that Kenneth C. Crisp was getting tired at the age of 92 and ready to go home, Jesus welcomed him home on May 9, 2018. Kenneth had been receiving care at Windsor Place in Coffeyville, Kansas.
Kenneth C. was the son of Roy and Katherine (Adair) Crisp of Nowata, Oklahoma he was born on June 23, 1925. Kenneth attended school in Nowata also graduating from Nowata High School. After graduation Kenneth proudly enlisted in the US Army here he proudly served until he was honorably discharged. Kenneth met the love of his life after returning home from the service. On December 12, 1947 he married Florence Andrews, of that union one daughter Nancy Jo was born. Together they shared 65 years of marriage, Florence preceded him in death on October 6, 2011.
Kenneth was a member of the Emmanuel Southern Baptist Church, Masonic Lodge, SEK Vocal Cancer Club where he served in several capacities in each. He worked at EXERN Dodge until the business closed, Junges Bread Company, Funk Manufacturing now known as John Deere until he retired with 35 years of service, he also help run patterns at Morrow Foundry part time. Kenneth loved life, he was a cancer survivor, and he never let cancer slow him down. He loved to fish, hunt, flower gardening, vegetable gardening, and canning his harvest, making some of the best Apple Butter around. Most importantly Kenneth would want to be known for loving his Lord, his wife and his family. You see family was important to him, always willing to take a minute, to truly spend with them in conversation or time spent together, may also have included watching his Chicago Cubs in a game of baseball or KU Basketball.
Kenneth will be remembered most by his daughter who has cared for her Dad every step of the way, Nancy Jo McDaniel Crisp, grandson, David McDaniel and his wife Dianna of Bartlesville, Oklahoma; great granddaughters, Breana and Christina McDaniel; sister, Velma Morgan of Kansas City, Missouri; and a host of extended family and friends. He is also resting now with, his wife, Florence; grandson, Christopher McDaniel; brother, Carl Crisp; sisters, Freeda DeMoss and Jane Doan.
Funeral services celebrating the life of Kenneth will be held on Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at 2 pm at Ford-Wulf-Bruns Chapel with retired Pastor Conn Davis officiating. Full military honors will be provided by Coffeyville VFW and American Legion at Restlawn Memorial Park Cemetery following the service. The family will receive friends at the chapel on Monday, May 14, 2018 from 6 to 8pm. The family has suggested memorial contributions be made payable to Windsor Place of Coffeyville-Activity Fund, contributions may be left in care of the chapel. To leave a message of condolence visit www.fordwulfbrunschapel.com
sorry to heart of his passing I hope that my gift of my weiner dog helped over the years I know he loved her we lived up the street
john murphyandover, KS
I was sorry to hear of the passing of Mr. Crisp. He and his wife and daughter were part of my growing up years in Coffeyville, and at Emmanuel Southern Baptist Church. Thinking of you , and blessings to your family.
Stephanie Plute HarrisIndependence, KS
I got to know Mr Crisp while my dad Jim atkinson was living at Windsor on the same floor with him . He couldn’t talk much but oh how we communicated ! We exchanged jestures about KU basketball and I often asked him if he’d seen the games ( which usually he did ).
He was such a nice man ! He always shared his desert with my father . He was always smiling as well . God bless him and His family.
Chuck AtkinsonCoffeyville, KS
Nancy- We were attending Emmanuel when we heard about your dad being moved to a nursing home. Those were the days when we were young and attending Emmanuel. You are in my prayers and I hope that everything goes well for you going forward. Your parents were very wonderful people. Anyway Velena and I don’t attend Emmanuel any more but are going to First Southern Baptist Church on west Eighth. We would like to invite you to visit our church.....God and other Christians will be a comfort for you going forward. God bless you!
Eric JensenCoffeyville, KS
Sincere condolences and prayers...such a wonderful man, and he truly lived a life for the Lord.
Cheryl RichardsParadise, CA
Nancy, David and family, I am so sorry to hear of your Dad/Grandpa’s passing. Nancy I know you was an amazing Daughter to both of your parents not just now but always and you have always had your awesome Son David and his family by your side. You all will always hold a special place in my hear.
With hugs and prayers,
Deanne CummingsShawnee, OK
Kenneth was a very loving person and a friend to all. I
as well as many others will miss him. It was a pleasure to know him and care for him.
Diana DeMottCoffeyville, KS
Sorry to hear about your Dad. He was a good man.
Katherine WachsParsons, KS
We will miss you Kenneth.
Karen WeimerCoffeyville, KS
Nancy, David and Family. Jeff Morris here. Words cannot fully express my wishes of mercy and peace for you all at this time. There are no tears or pain or suffering in God's Kingdom. I pray for Mr. Crisp's joyful repose with Jesus Christ in Heaven.
Jeff MorrisCoffeyville, KS
Sorry for your my friend he was a very nice person loved his family
Debbie taylorCoffeyville, KS
Saddened to hear of Kenneth's passing, but only for your loss of his presence, as he is celebrating in God's presence now and forever. My home visits to him as one of his pacemaker nurses was most memorable. We were all welcomed as family there. "Donadagohvi" - Till we meet again.
Cheryl RexwinkleWelch, OK
Nancy, our prayers go out to you during this difficult time.
Terry L. CoenTrinity, TX