of Searcy, AR
February 24, 1949 - April 20, 2021
Kenneth Wayne Summers, 72, of Pangburn, Arkansas passed away on April 20, 2021. He was born on February 24, 1949 in Monette, Arkansas to James and Nell Summers who preceded him in death.Kenneth served in the United States Army and was a retired Truck Driver. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, baseball, cooking outdoors and spending time with family. He was a kind and generous man. To know him was to love him. He will be dearly missed.Kenneth is survived by many family members whom he left behind to cherish and laugh about the many memories they shared. His children: Joseph (Ethel) Summers, Michigan City, Indiana, Elizabeth (Danny) Grayum, Pangburn, Kristen Summers, Pangburn. His siblings: Michael, Sue, Tony, Bruce, Mary and Jim along with many nieces and nephews.Kenneth's greatest joy in life was being a grandparent. He was referred to as PawPaw, Papaw and Paps by his seven grandchildren: Yolonda, Kendall (Antonio), Katelyn, Brenden, Karmyn, Bryson and Carter.Kenneth leaves behind a special niece, River, who always came to visit "Kenny Summers." As well as man's best friend Kota.A Memorial Service to Celebrate the Life of Kenneth Summers will be held on Friday, April 23, 2021 at 2:00 PM at Roller-Daniel Funeral Home Chapel in Searcy, Arkansas with Military Honors to follow. All services are under the direction of Roller-Daniel Funeral Home. Online Guestbook:www.rollerfuneralhomes.com
Prayers for you all. He was a caring and silly man and will be missed by many
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all! Watching him at the boys baseball/basketball games was by far one of the best parts! I loved when he would give Jakeb “tips” because you could always see how much he loved the game and the kids! Jakeb made the comment last night that his favorite memory was a joke he told him and Bryson while trick or treating. He was a good man! We are so sorry for your loss! -Patience and Jakeb
So many Memories Dad. I know I drove you crazy when I was a teenager but I loved you very much for putting up with us. You will always be in the memories of my life in my youth and adulthood. Your such a special human being and a selfless man. We love you.
So sorry to hear this. Kenny was a good ole’ guy. Our thoughts and prayers for his family.
To know him is to love him I will miss his sarcastic Humor prayers to the whole family
My deepest condolences to you and your family he will be missed by many.
Mr. Ken/Grandpaw will be missed by so many people, including our family. We were fortunate to know you through our friendship with Kristen, Bryson, and Carter. Our family will miss spending time with you at the ball fields and watching you get worked up over the ball game. You always knew when to push the boys if they were sluggish or when to crack a joke because the boys were being too hard on themselves. Greg will especially miss your interactions with the umps! Rest pain free, you will forever be in our memories and we will be sending up many prayers for the loved ones that you leave behind.
Prayers for all.
We will miss you more than we ever thought possible. Love you dad-paps
Our deepest sympathy to you and your family. So sorry we couldn't make it to the funeral.