In memory of
Kenneth G. Peck
Read More
In memory of
Kenneth G. Peck
WEST COXSACKIE Kenneth G. Peck, 55, died suddenly Monday, June 30, 2003. Kenneth was born in Albany and had lived in Ravena for many years before moving to West Coxsackie. He was an Army veteran, serving during the Vietnam War. He had been an employee at Owens Corning for 25 years. Ken was an avid bowler in several leagues for many years and was a coach for the Coxsackie Girls Softball league. Survivors include his wife, Patricia Cary Peck of West Coxsackie; four children, Keith, Shawn, Brenda, and Stephanie; and one grandson, Xander. Also survived by aunts, uncles and cousins. Funeral services will be 6:00 Thursday evening, July 3 at Babcock Funeral Home, Ravena with calling hours starting at 4 p.m. Contributions in memory of Kenneth may be made to the New Baltimore First Responders.
View Full Obituary ›
opt299:
opt312: Original
In memory of
Kenneth G. Peck
WEST COXSACKIE Kenneth G. Peck, 55, died suddenly Monday, June 30, 2003. Kenneth was born in Albany and had lived in Ravena for many years before moving to West Coxsackie. He was an Army veteran, serving during the Vietnam War. He had been an employee at Owens Corning for 25 years. Ken was an avid bowler in several leagues for many years and was a coach for the Coxsackie Girls Softball league. Survivors include his wife, Patricia Cary Peck of West Coxsackie; four children, Keith, Shawn, Brenda, and Stephanie; and one grandson, Xander. Also survived by aunts, uncles and cousins. Funeral services will be 6:00 Thursday evening, July 3 at Babcock Funeral Home, Ravena with calling hours starting at 4 p.m. Contributions in memory of Kenneth may be made to the New Baltimore First Responders.
View Full Obituary ›
Sort

We’re Still Delivering Sympathy Flowers

Legacy and our florist partners are in close contact during this COVID-19 crisis to ensure your sympathy flower order is delivered in a safe and timely manner.

If we aren’t able to get your order completed in a timely manner, or you’re not fully satisfied, we will fully refund your purchase.

Florists have been advised to follow CDC and WHO guidelines for hygiene and safety. To maintain social distancing, flowers may be left at the door with no person-to-person handoff, or may arrive in gift boxes via FedEx and UPS.

Thank you for your understanding.

Read more Icon/Arrow Down Created with Sketch.
100% Money Back Guarantee
Need Help? Have Questions?