Kenneth Paul Lovelace

Kenneth Paul Lovelace, 68 of Reynoldsville passed away on Sunday morning, April 12, 2015 at the DuBois Regional Medical Center following a lengthy illness.

He was born on October 20, 1946 in Punxsutawney, a son of the late Raymond Baird and Helen (Frantz) Lovelace of DuBois.

Kenneth married his lovely wife Susan Joy Ellenberger on October 17, 1985. Susan survives Kenneth. He was a very loving and devoted husband, father, and grandfather and will be dearly missed by his best friend and soul mate Susan and his children and grandchildren all of whom brought great happiness and pleasure to his life.

Kenneth and Susan lived life to the fullest together. Kenneth and Susan owned and ardently worked the “Sim-Mor” Farm; a 64 1/2 acre farm where they raised Simmental cattle and Morgan horses. He was a member of the Methodist Church and a Free Mason with the John W. Jenks Masonic Lodge #534. He was also a 32 Degree Master Mason of the Coudersport Consistory. Besides his kindness and generosity, Kenneth was a very meticulous and passionate man who could be relied upon for everything.

Besides his wife, Susan, Kenneth is survived by one daughter, Kendra Balliet and her husband John of Mahaffey; four sons, Kent Lovelace of St. Marys, PA, Jamie Lindermuth and his wife Tessa of Brookville, Kenneth M. Lovelace and his wife Audrey of Coolspring, and Jerrod Lovelace and his wife Megan of Punxsutawney. He is also survived by two brothers and one sister, Raymond C. Lovelace and his wife Rosalie of Pittsburgh, John Lovelace and his wife Lavonne of Greeley, Co., and his sister Leah Sokoly of Ft Worth, TX. Eleven grandchildren also survive him. Alexander Krach; Marisa and Daniel Kramer; Emily, Addison, Aliyah, and unborn baby boy Lindermuth; Maddox, Connor, Finley, and Zaiden Lovelace.

Kenneth was preceded in death by his parents, Raymond and Helen Lovelace and a brother, Gerald Lovelace.

In keeping with the family’s wishes, funeral arrangements will be private and under the direction of the Brenda D. Funeral Home, Inc. in Big Run. A memorial service will be scheduled in honor of Kenneth at a later date and announced accordingly.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Kenneth’s memory can be to the American Diabetes Association or the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.


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