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Kenneth Graham Trout

Posted By Hall-Wynne On July 2, 2012 @ 12:00 am In Obituaries | 7 Comments

Anyone who met Ken Trout only knew him as a kind, loving, open and giving man. Ken had a unique gift of insightfulness into human behavior learning more about a person within minutes than the person knows of themselves. Friends knew Ken as a man who lived life with passion, loved all people he met, had a unique and honest view of the world and found only good in every man, woman and child.

Ken died peacefully in Pam’s arms at home after a four year battle with cancer.

Ken leaves behind his wife of ten years, Pam Kuder, his good friend and previous wife, Liz Trout, and his brothers, Rich Trout of Denver, and Ron Trout of Helena.


Condolences for the family of “Kenneth Graham Trout”

Condolence from Lois Clark on July 10th, 2012 12:00 am

Dear Pam

My deepest Sympathy goes out to you.
May God Bless you with good memories to hold close to your heart forever.
Love you Lois

Condolence from lou fiorentino on July 22nd, 2012 12:00 am

Dear Pam, So sorry to hear of your loss. Ken worked in NYC at my studio. I knew and regarded Ken as a very good friend for most of his years we were in NY and Brooklyn together which would have to be over 20 plus years. After my wife passed I left NY and Ken went back to Denver, I believe. We lost track of each other at that point. Over the last few weeks I started thinking about Ken- not sure why and yesterday I decided to reach out to him and reconnect. Just had a feeling I needed to be in contact. I am so sorry to hear of his passing and of your loss. I will keep Ken in my prayers. He was, just as the statement on the site says, a loving good man.
Lou Fiorentino
7830 Whiterim Terrace Potomac Md
20954

Condolence from Steve Cappelson on January 6th, 2014 12:00 am

Ken was at my side when I woke following surgery to remove a growth from my salivary gland with the good news “It’s benign.” He was battling his own cancer at the time. He was a wonderful man.

Condolence from robin on October 31st, 2016 4:14 pm

Dear Family of Ken,

I new your husband, brother from Park Slope in the mid 70’s and early 80’s. We were very close friends that distance changed. Ken was as physically beautiful then as he was it seems when he passed and the description of who he was then was exactly the person you came to know. Sweet, kind, gentle, quiet a bit of a cowboy compared to us Jewish princesses. We were so fortunate to have had him touch our lives and all of us from the group offer our condolences to you and your family.

Condolence from Frank Sweeney on November 7th, 2016 9:03 am

Saddened by coming across Ken’s passing just now, as he came to mind and I did a Google search on him. We were friends in Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY many years ago. He had a dirt bike, and I a Honda 750, and we spent many, many hours riding together, just the two of us, up to Bear Mountain, or over to Larry Bucher’s place in NJ. Now, as I sit with laptop, silver-haired, too, as I see Ken had become over the years, I see so clearly, his “goofy” sense of humor, and his broad, easy-to-appear smile. I wasn’t in touch with him anymore, but he comes back to me clearly now, after so many years. I, like him, was in the Graphic Arts field, in NYC, and always thought him quite brilliant, and was always there if he wanted to just go for a ride in the wind. I will miss him.

Condolence from Mike luke on November 9th, 2018 2:51 pm

Dear Pam,
You may not receive this since it’s been 6 years but I was just searching for Ken and found this. Ken and I shared an apartment in Brooklyn in the late seventies. I have thought about Ken often. I left NY around 1977 I think to move back to Michigan where I’m from. Ken and I lived together about a 1 1/2 yrs.

Condolence from Elizabeth Trout on December 28th, 2018 12:34 pm

Today I learned of the passing of Pam Kuder on July 3, 2018. I was married to Ken Trout for 10 Years before Pam met him but we all were close and I spent many years with Pam And Ken down on the farm and throughout Ken’s illness and passing. I will treasure the memories always and know that they are together again in Peace. Miss you both every day.

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