Obituaries detail

Kenneth Dean Bonecutter

November 13, 1951 - July 13, 2021

 

Kenneth Dean Bonecutter, 69, of Paola KS passed away Tuesday July 13, 2021. Kenny loved the outdoors, fishing and hunting, being with family, and country music. He'll be remembered for his big beard and even bigger heart. He is survived by his wife, Linda Bonecutter, his sister, Rhonda Bonecutter, brother Walter Bonecutter and 5 of his children: Kenneth Bonecutter II, Becky Bonecutter, Robert Bonecutter, Nina Thornton, and Levi Bonecutter. As well as many grandchildren.

 

A celebration of life will be held 3:00 pm, Friday, July 16 at Fox Hall, 201 S. Broadway St, Louisburg, KS 66053.

 

The event will last into the evening, feel free to come at any time and bring a dish or non-alcoholic drink if you are able.

 

If you're unable to come reach out to a family member for a zoom code to watch virtually.

Additional Service:
Celebration of Life
Location:
Fox Hall
Address:
201 S. Broadway
City:
Louisburg
State:
Kansas
Zip Code:
66053
Date of Service:
Jul 16 ,2021
Time of Service:
3:00 pm
Additional Information:
No Additional Information Added
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Condolences

Jason King Jul 15 ,2021

Friend ,Olathe ,Kansas

I work with Kenny on the night shift at dillards for 15 plus years. He had a nack for fixing things and make it look simple. Out of those years he got the name MacGyver for figuring things out while the rest of us struggle with it. He will be missed

Gene Guilkey Jul 15 ,2021

Co-Worker with Ken Jr. ,Liberty ,Missouri

Kenny, My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time. I pray for comfort, healing, and strength as you travel through this time of mourning. God Bless you. Gene Guilkey

Joel Vazquez Jul 15 ,2021

Coworker ,Kansas City ,Kansas

I am so sorry for your loss, Mr. Bonecutter was a very respectful person, he was part of the maintenance team and the most experienced so I learned a lot from him. He was always happy and I enjoyed working with him; so my condolences for you all. God bless you!

Claudia Hegwald Jul 15 ,2021

Friend from dillards ,Lakeview ,Arkansas

Keeping your family in my thoughts and prayers. I enjoyed the years I worked with Kenny and sharing my pictures with him of wildlife in my backyard.

Billie Jo Eccardt Jul 15 ,2021

I worked with Kenny at Dillard’s up until 5 years ago when I retired. Kenny was a swell guy and was liked by all . Praying for his family. I’m very sorry for your loss.

Pamela Ruddy Jul 16 ,2021

Friend ,Olathe ,Kansas

I worked with Kenny for 20 plus years. He was the best maintenance man at Dillards. You could fix anything in the building. You will truly be missed. Fly high with the angels. To the family, I am so sorry for your loss.

Ruth Roller Jul 16 ,2021

Hugs and much love. Wish I could give you a hug in person, however I am on the sniffing side right now. Here is a cyber bear hug from me. I know that its hard but together with family you will pull through.

Ruth (Allen) Schenk Jul 16 ,2021

Cousin on Allen side of family ,St. Louis ,Missouri

Linda & Family, So sorry for your loss. You have my deepest condolences. Will keep you & your family in my thoughts & prayers. Kenny & I are cousins, we are related on the Allen side of the family. My daddy was an Allen. We all grew up in the McGirk area.

Tabytha Vandewater Jul 16 ,2021

Nina's Friend ,Melbourne ,Florida

When I would stay the night with Nina I'm our high school years he always had a way to bring joy to the time I was there. Always a joke, or fun conversation and on occasion a small piece of advice. My heart is heavy that he is gone and many prayers have been sent. He will be miss so much!

Stanley Flory Jul 17 ,2021

Work ,Baldwin ,Kansas

My condolences to the Bonecutter family. I worked with Kenny for several years at Dillards, and considered him a good friend as well as a great employee. He would, and could, fix just about anything, and never complained about what he was doing. He will be missed by a lot of people.