We are saddened to announce that Kenny passed away May 8, 2022. He was a beloved grandpa, father, brother, uncle and friend.
Ken was born in Salt lake City, Utah on April 18, 1956 to Ross and Camille Bradshaw. Ken’s father passed away when Ken was only five years old. For not having a father in his life, he did a great job of being one to his four children. Ken loved his children deeply and found so much joy in raising and spending time with them. He always said he would choose to do it all over again because he enjoyed his family so much.
Ken loved his grandchildren more than anything. He had a special bond with each one and loved spending time with them. His favorite place to be with his family was at Bear Lake making memories. He was always found at the fire pit making jokes, having deep conversations and eating burnt hot dogs (his favorite) with a full circle of grandkids and neighbor kids.
Ken had a way of making everyone feel like they were his best friend. He always had an inside joke to make you feel special and get a laugh.
Kenny could fix anything. He always had a trunk full of tools and could get something to work no matter what. He was always puttering around the house and yard fixing things. He spent countless hours in his yard growing new plants, gardening and enjoying the fruits of his labor. You couldn’t find a weed in his yard, it always looked immaculate.
Ken loved music and loved playing it loud. You could often find him blasting music in his car with the windows down. He also loved doing firework shows for his family and neighbors. He loved loud, fun things!
He is loved by many and will be missed deeply. We can’t imagine life without him. We love you so much Dad.
Ken is preceded in death by his parents Ross and Camille Bradshaw, Shauna Whitby (sister) and Bob Bradshaw (brother). He is survived by Jan Higley (sister), his children Brooke Snedaker (Jason), James, Michelle Ward (Landon), Cody and grandchildren Ryan, Jake, Cole, Kameron, Andi and Jack.
Please join us for a graveside service on Monday, May 16, 2022 at 2:00 pm. Larkin Sunset Gardens 1950 East 10600 South Sandy, Utah 84092
MANY great times.in high school with Kenny,always laughing and just having a good time ! Rest in Peace friend !!
I worked with Kenny for a few years at inter mountain glass during high school and after we graduated. He was always happy and was always smiling. I enjoyed going out on jobs with him because it was never dull.
I was sad to hear he passed but pleased that I got to know him.
I am so sorry for your ( our) loss. Your remembrances of your dad is exactly how I remember him when we were young! We used to have such fun together, I’m just sad that we all lost touch. Many sweet blessings to you al🥰
Oh wow! Kenny Bradshaw! He lived quite close to me in junior high we had many fun times together! He was a great guy! I
loved his humor! So sorry to hear that he has passed!
Great guy and a great friend so many fun times and memories that will never fade.
What an awesome guy. He will be missed. God bless your family.