Kenneth “Kenny” Raymond Kaspar, 80, of Forsyth, Mo passed away, Sunday, May 23, 2021 at his home. There will be a celebration of life get together later on in the summer in Nebraska.
Kenny was born on April 23, 1941 in Prague, NE to Raymond and Rose (Eret) Kaspar. He graduated from Wahoo High School in 1959. Kenny was employed as a master mason bricklayer and was very good at his trade. He took great pride in his work and would point out which buildings he laid brick on. He helped with the brick work on the Imax Theatre at Henry Doorly Zoo and on the German American Society, both in Omaha, NE. Kenny enjoyed watching college football, gardening, and riding his motorcycle. His favorite college football team was the Nebraska Cornhuskers. He could be found on Saturdays cheering on his team. He was a huge fan of the Cornhuskers. Kenny also had a passion and love for riding his motorcycle. He lived to be on his bike. He was a very loving and helpful man and would do as much as he could to help his friends.
Kenneth is survived by his children, Kathy and (Michael) Hughes and Kevin Kaspar of Omaha, NE; the mother of his children, Renate Kaspar, Omaha; Sister Carol and (Ricky) Davis (nee Kaspar) of Hendersonville, NC; Granddaughter Ava Schreck; Nieces Sandra Becher (nee Radford) and Michele (Steven) Mahaffey; as well has many nieces and nephews, other relatives, and friends.
The family of Kenny would like to thank the many friends that loved and cared for him throughout the years and the special friends that were there in his time of need. We know that he treasured his friends, and they quickly became part of his family.
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