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Kenneth H. "Ken" Twit – Obituary

Name: Kenneth H. "Ken" Twit

Age: 64

Born: 02-03-1954

Died: 12-30-2018

Visitation:
Bethlehem Lutheran Church, St. Cloud, Minnesota

Service:
Bethlehem Lutheran Church, St. Cloud, Minnesota


A Memorial Service will be held at 12 noon on Friday, January 4, 2019 at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in St. Cloud for Kenneth H. “Ken” Twit, age 64, of St. Joseph. Ken passed away December 30th at the St. Cloud Hospital with family at his side. Pastor Dee Pederson will officiate.  Visitation will begin after 10 a.m. on Friday at the church.

Ken will be remembered for his generosity, wit and love. He dedicated his time to numerous organizations including St. Joseph Fire and Rescue, St. Joseph City Council, Community Theatre, RSVP and Crew 52 to name a few. He shared his knowledge and skills, and taught in a meticulous way.  He showed his love by sharing his time and passions with others.      

Ken was born February 3, 1954 in St. Cloud, MN to Jerome and Lillian (Theisen) Twit. He fulfilled his desire for helping others through his practice of pharmacy. He began his career as a pharmacist in St. Joseph and ended at the VA Medical Center in St. Cloud.  On June 12, 1998 he married Audrey Staller (Foss). Together they enjoyed many travels, projects and their love of being together.

Ken is survived by his wife Audrey, his children from his first marriage: Katie (Bill) Larkin, Kelly (Steve) Ring, his children through Audrey: Tom (John) Staller, and Brock (Laura) Staller, five grandchildren: Keaton, Noah, Leela, Olivia and Harper, and sisters: Sandy Haggerty, Jeanne Bonfig, and Kathy Twit.

Ken is preceded in death by his parents.

Memorials are preferred.

Guestbook for Kenneth H. "Ken" Twit


Marla Vander Lugt
, friend of his wife
January 7, 2019, 4:07 pm
I'm so sorry to hear of the loss of your husband. Praying for God's grace to surround you today and in the days ahead. Your friend from Ca Center.
N.V.
, Neighbor
January 5, 2019, 2:06 pm
Please accept my condolences. It is a very sad emotional time when our love ones sleep in death. I hope you find comfort in the words found in John 5:28-29 and look forward to the day where we can hug our loved ones again. This is a promise from the God that does not lie and that promises to wipe all tears of pain Revelation 21:3-4.
Sisters of St. Benedict - St. Joseph, MN
, Friends
January 3, 2019, 2:04 am
Ken's service to us as a pharmacist was very appreciated. I understand that he also made calls as a "first responder" - he would have been the first person to support the replacement of the "old Marmion" building with narrow and impossible stairs to transport our sisters down to the ambulance. He also volunteered in these later years. Thank you, Ken, for your loving care,
Leanne
, Co worker of Brock
January 2, 2019, 6:06 pm
I am so sorry for the loss of your Father. My thoughts are with you and your family.
Jody & Branodn Verdick
, Friend & Colleague
January 2, 2019, 4:59 pm
Ken was a man of steadfast principle, moral character and loyalty. He was committed to the profession of pharmacy and an exemplary mentor that was quick to share his knowledge and experience. It was a joy and an honor to work with Ken. He enjoyed joking and bantering with his coworkers and friends and always had a listening ear when you were having a bad day. He generously shared candy, like Bit-O-Honey's and Smarties, with his coworkers. He became a friend and will be sorely missed. Thinking of you Audrey and your family and wishing you moments of peace and comfort as you remember and honor Ken's remarkable life. Jody & Brandon Verdick

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