Date: Friday 23rd April 2021
Due to current restriction a private invitation only funeral service will be held at Accrington Crematorium. The service will be live streamed for those unable to attend. To login to the service please visit www.obitus.com and enter the following username and password. Username: kifu5543 Password: 492242
Kenneth Duckworth (Ken)
On 11th April 2021 in hospital, Ken aged 75 years of Church, Accrington. The devoted and much loved husband of Brenda, loving dad of Sarah and Matthew, dear father-in-law of Martin and Tracy, cherished and proud grandad of Ben, Lauren, Oliver, Sophie and Isabelle, dear brother of Jack and brother-in-law of Anne, Dave and Jeanette and a respected relative and friend to many.
Ken started his working life at Lupton Brothers, before moving to K Raymakers where he worked for over forty years up to his retirement. Ken was always dedicated to his work and he worked his way up to Preparations Manager.
Ken loved life, and he made the most of each day, travelling and holidays was always a favourite time for Ken and together with his wife Brenda they have cruised all around Europe and many other parts of the world. They made the long journey to Australia to attend their Nephew’s wedding and then spent three months touring the country. Ken loved to dance and he always looked forward to getting on the dance floor with Brenda for some ballroom and sequence dancing.
Most of all Ken was a devoted family man and the most proud grandad to his grandchildren. He will be greatly missed but fondly remembered by all who knew him.
Family flowers only please, donations can be made in memory of Ken on behalf of Rosemere Cancer Foundation. To make a donation please click the link below.
Please feel free to leave a message for Ken’s online memorial book by completing the form below.
MESSAGES for the family of Kenneth Duckworth (Ken)
June & Alan Leeming
Saddened to hear of the passing of Ken. You’re in our thoughts and prayers. Please accept our deepest our deepest sympathy.
Emma, Trevor, Jacob & Maddy
Sending you our love and condolences. Ken was a true gentleman who was loved by his family and all who knew him. Trevor has fond memories of Ken and of being introduced by him to Oliver as a young boy! We wish you Gods strength as you come to terms with your sad loss. xxx
Debbi Greenwood (Floyd)
Sending blessings for you all as you travel through this time of sadness. May you take comfort in the wonderful memories you all share.
Donald and pat family Eddleston
Deepest sympathy thinking of all the family RIP xxx
Mr & Mrs Brock
Sincerest condolences to Brenda and Family, so very sorry to hear of your very sad news. Love from Pamela and John (Brock)
Andrea & Dave Wellock
Our sincere condolences at this very sad time, loved cherished and will be missed , please all stay strong for each other xx
Mr Roger Scholes
I worked with Ken for 25 years and found him delightful and understanding.
Margaret and Alan Green
In our thoughts at this very sad time.
Alan and Vera Walker
Ken was our dear friend and neighbour who fought his illness bravely and never complained. We will miss your smile and friendly wave each morning. Rest in Peace, God Bless. You are all in our thoughts and prayers at this sad time.
Chris and Chris Belcher
So said to hear of Ken’s passing. Our condolences to Brenda and all the family. Rest in peace.
Hazel and Colin Hull
Our sincere condolences for your loss. Ken was a true gent and will be missed by all who knew him.
Dorrinda and Mark Stevenson
Our thoughts are with you all at this time of sadness xx
May you find peace and blessings at your loss of Ken. You are in my prayers for a wonderful person. May he rest in peace.
Maureen (Mo) & Jim Bridge
Our love and thoughts are with Brenda, Matt, Sarah and families at this very sad time. We’ll miss Ken’s smile, his banter, jolly remarks and company over the fence and at Chris’ barbecues and latterly on our Sunday quizzes. Knowing Ken for 40+ years was a privilege. Rest In Peace.
David and Anne Gaffney
Sending our love and prayers. Ken will be missed by us all.