Kenneth E. Scheg
April 8, 1952 ~ April 8, 2008
GREECE: Tuesday, April 8, 2008. Predeceased by his mother, Alice M. Scheg. Survived by his father, George M. Scheg; brothers, Daniel (Laurie) Scheg, Lawrence (Christi) Scheg, David (Susan) Scheg, Steven (Carol) Scheg; sisters, Kathleen Scheg, Wendy Scheg, Carol(Guy) Scheg-Morissette; several nieces and nephews. No prior calling. His Funeral Service will be held Friday, 12:00, Noon in the Chapel of Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home, 1075 Long Pond Road. Interment, Holy Ghost Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Alcohol Anonymous, 10 Manhattan Square Drive #1, Rochester, NY 14607 in his memory.
George: We’ve both seen this life come and go. Our symnpathy is with you and the family.
Mary & Bill Schmitt
God Bless, peace and rest at last. Kenny will be missed by all his lunch companions at Cameron. Our prayers to the family. We send wishes for comfort in your time of loss.
have not seen ken for years,but back in the day we were great friends.we played
together in lots of rock bands back in the late
sixties.i will miss ken.
Kenny lived his life to the fullest and will be missed by the many people’s lives he touched during his short life.
Kenny was a good freind of mine growing up.We hung out and played in a band together in the 70’s.I have many fond memories.Iwill miss him.
Kenny, I am very glad I was able to spend your last days with you. I’m sure Grandma was waiting for you with open arms. You will be missed.
Kenny, we will always remember your friendly personality. I remember our vacations together., and family events!
Uncle George and family we are sorry for your lost. Love Jack and Patty Lewis
Kenny; you always made everyone around you happy -when I think about you a smile comes to my face – I trust that God has a special place for you because of the joy that you always brought to other peoples lives –
My heart goes out to all of you. It is very difficult to watch a loved one die, and even harder to accept it.
My prayers and thoughts will be with you as you go through this time of sorrow.
SO SORRY TO HEAR OF KENNY’S PASSING. OUR PRAYERS WILL BE FOR HIM AT MASS. HE WAS A HAPPY PERSON. AS WE REMEMBERED HIM
Uncle Kenny, you were one of the happiest people I have ever known, when I think of you I can see you smiling and hear you laughing! You always had a way to bring laughter into the room and lighten the mood! I have many happy memories to remember you by…. I love you and will miss you! ‘You’re number one!’
We are deeply sadden to hear of our cousin’s death. Our sympathy goes out to his family.