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Kenneth L. Faulkner

May 28, 2023 - July 23, 1942

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Kenneth L. Faulkner, 80, of Lafayette, IN, passed away on May 28, 2023 at his home in Lafayette. He
was born in Attica, IN, on July 23, 1942 to the late O. Paul and Elizabeth (Haley) Faulkner, and was the
oldest of seven children. He was a graduate of Attica High School and enlisted in the United States Army
in 1963 and served his Country proudly as Corporal. He met the love of his life, and married Debbie Sue
(Foster) Faulkner in 1981. Ken was a very hard worker and provided for his family as a truck driver. He
worked with the Mayflower Moving Company. He traveled all around the United States. Ken and Debbie
then moved to Safety Harbor, Florida in 1986 where he still worked as a truck and cab driver. Ken and
Debbie then moved back to Lafayette to care for their son, Travis who was in a bad car accident and
stayed in Indiana the rest of their days. Aside from working, Ken’s passion was his family, a Jeff Gordon
fan, a passionate animal lover and feeding birds that came into his yard. He will be greatly missed as a
loving father, grandfather, uncle and dear friend. Ken is survived by his children; Travis Foster, Katina
Angeles (Ricardo) and Jackie Williams (Dan), all of Lafayette, IN. Grandchildren; Tiffany (Nick) Claypool of
Lafayette, IN, Richard (Jasmine) Foster of Monticello, IN, Samuel Casillas of Avon Park, FL., Cesilia (Casey)
McCoy of Lafayette, IN, Alicia Casillas of Lafayette, IN, Chelsie Dziedzic of St. Cloud, FL, Devin Dziedzic of
Sebring, FL, Jim Foster, Jr. of Lafayette, IN, Jennifer Foster of Indianapolis, IN, and 10 great
grandchildren. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his two children; Michelle and
James Foster and his siblings; Bud, Bob, Charlie, Ruth Ann and Paulette “Inky”.
Graveside services for Ken are scheduled for Monday June 12, 2023 at 11:00 am with Military Honors by the United States Army at Tippecanoe Memory Gardens, 1718 W. 350 N., West Lafayette, Indiana 47906.

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