Kenneth Lee Christianson
Nov 5, 1961 – Jan 7, 2018
Ken dedicated 30 years of his life to the pest control industry. He was an avid outdoorsman who loved hunting and gardening. Ken was a devoted family man whose joy of life was shared by all those he loved.
Survived by his beloved wife, Kris; his children: Ryan (Katie), Ashley, Nicholas, and stepdaughter, Olivia; parents, DeLane and Phyllis Christianson; in-laws, Tom and Karen Moore; siblings: Laurie Minarik, Janet King, Jerry Christianson (Mary) and Tom Christianson (Kris); grandchildren, Madison and Ryder; much-loved dog, Lexi; many nephews, nieces, and friends.
The family will receive friends on Friday, Jan. 12th from 5pm to 7pm at the West Center Chapel. SERVICES Saturday, Jan. 13th at 11am at the West Center Chapel. Interment, Saturday at 2:30pm at Kennard, Nebraska Cemetery. Memorials may be directed to the family or to a charity of your choice.
My heart aches for you Kris and Janet.
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your families.
I’ll miss you my friend, so many memories. I’ll see you on the other side where we will all be together again some day. I love you man.
I am so sorry to hear of Ken’s Passing. We went to Fontenelle, Monroe and Benson Together and he will be deeply missed. God’s peace to you all.
We are at a loss for words. Sending all of you our deepest sympathy and love. Wishing we could be there to hug every one of you. Delane, Phyllis and Ken’s entire family, we are here if you need to talk. Love you guys so much.
Sorry sorry for your loss. I worked with Ken for 26 years at Presto-X. He will be missed prayers for all.
I’m sorry to hear about this. I worked for him. He was an amazing man.
Kris, I am so sorry for your loss. Words can not express what you must be going through. I never got to meet Ken, but I remember all the good times we had at the lake. Please know that I am thinking of you and Olivia and I am here for you in any way that you need. I will send you my contact info if you ever want to talk. Sending prayers and positive thoughts while you grieve for Ken. Sending a big hug from New Mexico!
Kris – Our deepest sympathy to you and your family. We only knew Ken a short while but we will always remember what a great person he was. We will keep you and your family in our prayers.
Dear Phyllis and Delane,
Chuck and I are so so sorry for the shock of losing your Son Kenneth. It sounds like he was an amazing Son and you were blessed with being his parents. God Bless you both and your family at this difficult time. Much Love, Chuck & Dian Rumsey
I was quite shocked. He hired me at Orkin, I thought he was a great person to work for, and to know. I feel very lucky to know such a person. He will be missed. Out loss
Sorry for your loss. Worked in partnership with Ken for 5 years to sell one of the largest national pest control contracts. A unique experience, partnership and team mate.
My deepest condolences to all of Kens family and friends. I only knew Ken on a professional level, but he was always a very energetic and delightful person. I will be praying for you in this difficult time.
So sorry and shocked to learn of Ken’s passing. Worked with Ken for many years and found him to be one of “the good ones”. When you worked with Kenny, as I called him, you were working with a friend. I’ll be holding a picture of that big broad smile of his in my head while remembering all the good time spent together. RIP my friend.
I am sorry for your loss and have the entire family in my prayers. Ken and I knew each other for 20 years through the pest control industry. During that time Ken and I learned together, laughed together and solved many problems over adult beverages. I know Ken will be missed by all that he touched.
Ken was one of my first mentors in the pest control industry. His accomplishments in sales spoke for themselves. Ken and I shared many good stories and laughs. I’ll remember him fondly. My condolences to Kris and Ken’s family.
My thoughts, prayers and love to you and your family, Janet and Jerry.
I went to my first concert with Ken at Monroe. What an infectious smile he had. God bless his family and friends.