W. Chuck Cross
Kenny was my closest friends. The type friendship that did not matter how long you are apart. We experienced so much of life together. At Furman, we had our first alcoholic drinks together, pledged KA, roomed together our Junior & senior year, lived thru his motorcycle wreck with many sticky notes of where he was so going or doing that day. We worked thru him not being able to play football anymore. We celebrated him scoring the highest score on the GRE at Furman to get into law school. He was loved by my family. The morning I learned of his death my wife, daughter and I cried. He was a friend of anyone that was my friend. He helped a employee of mine that got arrested in Folly Beach when she called and he did not personally know her. That's a special.person. I was able to spend a couple of days with Kenny about 6 weeks ago. I will always cherish those final minutes with him. Kenny will always be part of my life. Love you man!!
Saturday November 18, 2017 at 7:05 pm