Kenneth John Records was born on July 8, 1961 in Caldwell, Idaho to Mary and Allen Records. He attended Caldwell High School and afterward he trained to be a cook at The Golden Pheasant in Caldwell, which sparked a passion for food that stayed with him his entire life. He perfected his skills and blessed his family and close friends with the most amazing meals, creating the kind of food that filled your heart and your belly.
He received his Business Management Certificate from BSU in 1998 and after starting a family, he found a career as a Maintenance Supervisor at the Caldwell School District where he remained for over 20 years. Kenneth was an avid gun collector and enjoyed the art of arms and reloading to get the perfect shot. He also loved fishing, tinkering and fixing machinery, and the outdoors, but his greatest passion was his family.
Kenneth was the proud father of 5 wonderful children:
Tressa Maiden, Cathleen Records, Melony Records, Michelle Records, and Christopher Records. He got to enjoy 17 grandchildren while he was on this earth and gave them wonderful memories with him to remember for a lifetime.
Kenneth had a huge heart that was full of love for his family. He was the one everyone depended on and went to for help. Kenneth will always be remembered as an amazing father and grandfather, as well as a benevolent brother and uncle. He was an incredibly selfless and noble person and always put everyone else before himself.
Kenneth was preceded in death by his parents Allen and Mary Records, and sister Kathy Wells. He is survived by his 5 children: Tressa, Cathleen, Melony, Michelle, and Christopher. His brothers: Curtiss Records & Bert Miyoshi. His 17 grandchildren and many other family members and close friends.
Your guiding hand on my shoulder will remain with me forever. No matter where I am, your spirit will be beside me. For I know that no matter what, you will always be with me.
A father's love is forever imprinted on his child's heart.
My appreciation for my father's greatness cannot be measured.
My father gave me the greatest gift anyone could ever give another person. He believed in me.
May each tear and each fond memory be a note of love rising to meet you.
A memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m. Friday, January 8, 2021 at Dakan Funeral Chapel.
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