Rochester: Kenneth Lynn Dano Jr, 60, passed away on December 7th at Strong Hospital after a battle with Pick’s Disease surrounded by his family and friends.
Kenneth Lynn Dano Jr was born to Joan and Kenneth lynn Dano SR in Syracuse NY on November 3, 1953. Worked for Monroe County as a Stationary Engineer for 25 years. Kenneth is preceded in death by his mother Joan Dano, Father Kenneth Lynn Dano SR, sister Diana Switzer, Sister Carol Wilt, Brother Leonard Dano, Sister Joan Mara, Brother Jimmy Dano and Sister Christina Colletta. Kenneth is survived by his Brother Tommy Dano, Brother Bobby Dano, Marty Dano, Wife Mary Dano, Son Drew Dano and wife Holly Dano and grandchildren Bria, Ilana and Francesco, Son Jeffrey Dano, nieces, nephews, son by life Jameson Muntz, son by life Andrew Wehner; and numerous other extended family members and friends whom he cherished.
A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday December 14, 2013 at New Hope Fellowship, 7466 State Route 5 and 20, Bloomfield NY 14469 at 6:00PM for all family and friends to honor and celebrate his life. Interment will be held privately.
For more information, or to sign Ken’s online guestbook, please visit RochesterCremation.com. Rochester Cremation, 4044 W. Henrietta Road, Rochester NY 14623, 359-2300.
So many fond memories of such a kind,gentle,loving and well just could go on and on..will be missed!We will miss you Uncle Kenny..We will not be able to travel at this time but you know we will have you in our thoughts and prayers and will never forget you..ever! Be at peace up there in heaven and keep all your loved ones down here in comfort with your angel touch when it is in need..Rest in Peace Uncle Kenny..Love Mark,Sandy and Danny Switzer
Our heartfelt condolences go out to the entire family! Love you all! God bless you!
Love you dad, I know you are watching us from above and I know that you will be making sure that we are all ok.
We are sorry that we can not be with you at this time.
RIP Uncle Kenny! Tell Dad I said hi!
Kenny may God love you for all eternity in the joy of heaven and His warm arms. With love and grace to you and your beautiful family, with special love to Marty who loves you so. God bless us each and all.
A friend from over 40 years ago, always remembered him as gentle and kind. My sincerest regards to the family for the loss of Kenny. His laughter will always be in your ears and his smile in your eyes.
You are sorely missed. Your infectious laugh and accompanying smile always brought a warm feeling and healing to Mary and I. I will remember your visits forever and appreciated your kindness. RIP
My sincerest condolences to Ken’s family. I am one of many old friends who lost touch with him over the years. We called him “Froggie” (I have no idea why). We were all pretty rowdy back then, but the qualities I remember in Froggie were loyalty and a good sense of humor. It looks like he had a good life, surrounded by a loving family. He will be remembered in the hearts of many old friends.
sorrry to hear about ken ,wish we would have stayed in touch,have not seen him sence 1972. i dont know if any of you remember me i am the son of Howard & lorraine Dano
we live in ocala florida,it has been alot of years sence i have been up there,
Can’t believe it has been exactly one year since you left us for heaven dad. I just wanted to tell you I love you and miss you and so do your grandchildren. We talk about you all the time about the love you had for Bria, Ilana, and Francesco. Not a day goes by that I don’t think about you pops. Just want to tell you I love you and I miss you. Until we meet again. Love you Dad.
3 years ago you left us I miss you so much