Born: 12/16/1951, Nephi, Utah
Kenneth “KP” Partridge
Death: 3/22/2015, Moab, Utah
Service: 03/26/2015, 1:00 PM, Spanish Valley Mortuary
Born to Shirley A Stephens and Kenneth A Partridge December 16th 1951 in Nephi Utah. He passed away Sunday March 22 2015 at 4:20 in the morning at home surrounded by loved ones. After a long rough fight with Kidney Failure.
Long time Moab Resident Known in the community as a fun friendly man who always helped out whoever & whenever he could. Enjoyed being outside camping, fishing and especially hiking in the desert looking for treasures.
Veteran of the army served during the early 1970 to 1972.
Married his first wife Cindy in 1973. They had one son Josh Partridge in 01/16/1974, later divorced and married his best friend, soul mate Beth in 1991.
Services will be held at Spanish Valley Mortuary Thursday March 26th at 1:00 p.m. Wake will follow at the Old City Park Moab Utah. His ashes will be buried beside his son Josh at a later date in Mc Elmo Canyon Colorado.
He is survived by soul mate Beth Sheets step children Charity Duran, Shereen & Aaron sheets. Many grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Brother of Billy & Ivy Partridge, Tommy & Vicki Partridge. Proceeded in death by his Son Josh, Father, & Mother.
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