961 25th Street Columbus, IN 47201

Kenneth Edward Jolliff II

Passed August 18, 2022


Obituary For Kenneth Edward Jolliff II

Kenneth Edward Jolliff II, (60), passed away on August 18th at his residence.

Kenny, or as we affectionately call him “Skinny Kenny” was a carpenter by trade. He loved to hunt, fish, and feed his stray cats. Kenny loved to cook and feed his family and friends.

Kenny is preceded in death by his parents, Kenneth Edward Jolliff and Janet Y. Barnes. His wife Susan Jolliff, and Grandparents, especially Mildred J. Copeland and Arthur J. Yohem.

Kenny leaves behind three sisters, Laura Barnes, Christy Sullivan (Glen) and Janet J. Iler (Terry) Uncles John Jolliff, Tom Jolliff(Laurie) In addition a niece Elizabeth Bush, seven nephews; Hunter Lykken, Vincent Bowling, Matthew, Michael and Mark Sullivan, Nathan and Matthew Iler (Alicia), great niece Harmony Lykken, several cousins and many dear friends, including Rock Hall, Ann Hall Alford, Ben Williamson and Allen Nance

As a young boy, Wesley Edwards taught Kenny how to fish, that gift gave Kenny a lifelong contentment and communion with his God. In lieu of flowers, kindly consider donating to Highland Baptist Church in honor of Wesley Edwards or to Highland Community Ministries

Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, September 3rd at noon, at ighl Baptist Church , 1101 Cherokee Road. Dress casually. Reception to follow.

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  • 09/02/2022

    Deepest sympathy to family and friends. We had good times together in my youth. I will always remember you and will miss you. Peace.

  • 09/01/2022

    My prayers are for all who knew and loved Kenney. We were close childhood friends. He had a spirit of adventure and masculine strength.

  • 08/31/2022

    RIP Kenny! You always had a smile and a kind word for others. You will will be missed.! Kim Walker

  • 08/31/2022

    Kenny was a family friend since childhood. He and my brother were close friends in high-school and through college years and shared many adventures together. Kenny was a huge comfort when I lost my brother this spring. Janet you are in our thoughts as well as your family. Kenny we love you. Liz Kramer Cobb Rebecca Kramer Shain

  • 08/31/2022

    Rest In Peace, Kenny. Love❤️

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