In Memory

Kenneth T. (Kenny) Rand

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02/02/19 12:29 PM #1    

Scott Durham

So sad to see this. Kenny was a great friend. We really got to know each other when we attended Atlantic Christian. Super tennis player, super guy. He will be missed.

02/02/19 02:03 PM #2    

Marian L. Little (Steffner)

So saddened to see this.. Kenny was just one of the  nicest guys I knew in high school .. always upbeat and happy and so friendly to all .. I am so very sad for his family..I just know he was a wonderful father and grandfather, As well as teacher and coach ... I am sure he will be missed by so many ...Marian little Steffner

02/02/19 05:48 PM #3    

Craig K. Arey

Kenny was the kind of guy who was easy to hang out with, with a friendly smile and a genuine humility about his skills in the ego dominated sport of tennis.


02/05/19 04:31 PM #4    

David R. Rowland


Being the only guy among three really cute sisters, Kenny was relegated to a bedroom on the top floor of the Rand house. I called it the “Crow’s Nest.” 

We had some fun sleep overs followed by some basketball in his driveway. Good memories and a great tennis career through out his life. Just another example of our great Class of 1967! 

10/06/22 04:34 PM #5    

Keith Valentine

I grew up on same street with Kenny, until his family moved a few blocks over. We were kids playing touch football in the street and basketball in our dirt court back yard.We would sled down Mayview  when snow/ice was just right.Of course anytime we played tennis he would win and became a top player at Broughton.

I will miss this childhood buddy at our reunions and send belated condolences to his sisters .

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