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Kenneth E. Rhodaberger entered into eternal rest Saturday, January 26, 2013 after a three-year battle with cancer.
Born Nov. 10, 1952, Ken was the oldest son of Robert and Jane (Osche) Rhodaberger.
Kenny recently retired from General Electric in Grove City after 20 years of service. His previous jobs include Butler Memorial Hospital, Spang & Co. and the Rhodaberger Drilling Co. He was a longtime member of the R.C. Men's Club. He attended the Trinity Lutheran Church.

Ken always enjoyed spending time with family and teaching his nieces and nephews the fine art of playing euchre. He was an avid sportsman who enjoyed hunting, camping, fishing and pontoon boating at Moraine State Park. He was a graduate of Butler High School, Class of 1971 and attended Butler County Community College. He also was a member of the Jaguar Club of Pittsburgh.
Surviving are his wife, Judy (Scott), of 26 years; and his family, Kristopher (Beth) Rhodaberger, Shanda (Scott) Renick, Quinten (Renea) Scott and Devin Schweinsberg. He was the proud grandfather to five grandchildren, Sarah, Zach, Alexis, Audrina and Olivia; and one great-grandson, Skyler. Kenny also is survived by his mother, Jane Rhodaberger; and 12 siblings, Laura Eakman of Fenelton, Karen and Paul Snyder of Fenelton, Rodney and Josie Rhodaberger of Butler, Nancy and George Rodgers of Butler, Rube and Anita Rhodaberger of Fenelton, Leah and Dave Kriley of Fenelton, Nadine and Kenny Kriley of Parker, Tracy and Jake Snyder of Worthington, Amy Rhodaberger of Cabot, AJ and Dawna Rhodaberger of Butler, Troy Rhodaberger of Cabot and Janette and Dave Stephenson of Chicora; his brother-in-law, Grail and Linda; and a number of nephews, nieces, great-nephews and nieces, aunts, uncles and cousins.

Ken was preceded in death by his father, Robert L. Rhodaberger, and his nephew, Sy.
RHODABERGER - Friends of Kenneth E. Rhodaberger, who passed away Saturday, Jan. 26, 2013, were be received at the Young Funeral Home. Interment followed in the Butler County Memorial Park.
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Published in Butler Eagle on Jan. 28, 2013

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03/13/13 10:02 AM #1    

Pamela Buol (Warford)

This is so sad that all of these classmates have gone before their time.  Somehow, I feel like time is standing still and I can't believe some of the beautiful people that are gone....but not forgotten.


Pamela Buol Warford

Akron, OH

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