Obituaries detail

Kenneth John Bartholomew, Jr.
Jun 17, 1988 - Nov 24, 2020


Kenneth John Bartholomew, Jr passed away November 24, 2020.  Kenny was born in Munich, Germany and later lived in Georgia, Missouri, Germany as a civilian, Southern California and back to Missouri.

He proudly served in the U.S. Army where he served in Afghanistan and later departed the Army. 

He had a passion for fishing and cooking

He loved his children (Jakob, Jerek, Lyla, Dean, and Samuel) and wanted the best for them.

Kenny will be cremated and his ashes will be spread with his father, family, and children at a later date.


David & Mary Scarano Dec 01 ,2020

Friends ,Locust Grove ,Georgia

Our inadequate words cannot express the sorrow you must feel at this time. We knew Kenny from when he was about 11years old , our son and him spent many years together. And we were very Close to Ken and his Mother. We can only give him to the Mercy of almighty God now, we pray that your pain will lessen in time, and the love we all feel for him and you will live on , may Kenneth Jr. forever Rest In Peace. You will be in our Heart and prayers . Dave and Mary Scarano

Hector and Sinar Moreno Dec 03 ,2020

Friends of the family ,Norwalk ,California

Kenneth, Our Condolences to you and your family. May God guide you and your family through this difficult time. Just know we are here for you. God bless you and your family.

Andy Scarano Dec 04 ,2020

Friend ,Athens ,Georgia

Some of my fondest memories were traveling across the Southeast US with Kenny, his father, as well as my father to bike races. We would bike and train around Atlanta Motor Speedway; Kenny and I would try and race away from Kenny’s father, as he would always inevitably catch us and squirt us with his water bottle when he did. It was a blast and we were always laughing. A time I will never forget. Kenny was a great teammate and even better friend. Words cannot describe what this lose means to me and the rest of us. My deepest condolences go out to his entire family. Much love and big hugs.