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Kenneth Hilton Sisk

March 26, 1929 December 23, 2011
Kenneth Hilton Sisk
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Obituary for Kenneth Hilton Sisk

Kenneth Hilton Sisk, of Brighton, passed away in the care of his family on December 23, 2011. He was 82 years old.

Ken retired after 35 years with Ford Motor Company and was active in the Brighton American Legion Post #235 for 16 years. His love of the outdoors and hunting began in the Air Force, while stationed in Alaska. He co-founded Buck Haven Hunt Club in Hillman, Michigan, with his friends Joe and Stanley and was the club treasurer for 45 years. Last month, three grandsons had the opportunity to hunt with Ken, memories they will cherish forever. Ken loved boating and working outside; he especially loved making things in his wood shop. Ken and Kathy also enjoyed traveling to the Bingos in the West Branch and Brighton areas, and had many friends, they met with there, each week. He touched the lives of many people and will be missed by many.

He was preceded in death by his daughter Kelly Wosek, brother Edsel Nelson and first wife Beverly.

Ken is survived by his beloved wife of 34 years, Kathleen Sisk; loving children, Dawn (James) Holloway, Kathy (Leonard) Nagy, Terry (Russ) Schenck, Mike (Rose) Wosek, Patrick (Jane Canar) Wosek; grandchildren, Gabriel, Cullen, Caelie, Christine, Leonard III, Jeffery, Patrick, Christopher, Kelly, Calvin, Sarah, Richard, Stephanie, Steven, Makayla; sisters, Wanda Templin and Sandra (Wes) Knight. He is also survived by eleven great grandchildren, as well as many extended family and dear friends, in Brighton and West Branch, where he and Kathleen enjoyed summers on Lake Ogemaw.

A Funeral Service will be held at Lynch & Sons Funeral Home, 600 E. Main St., Brighton on Thursday, December 29 at Ten O'clock. Rev. Herbert C. Wilson, Jr. to officiate. Burial and military honors will follow at St. Patrick's Calvary Cemetery, Brighton. Friends may visit Wednesday 3-9 PM. Memorial contributions are encouraged to American Legion Post #235.

For further information, please phone 810-229-2905.

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