Kenneth Crosbie Jenkins died the 2nd of August 2020 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He was born the 31st of March, 1939 to his parents Ralph Victor Jenkins and Engnia (Enid) Rositta Larsen from Korsor, Soro, Denmark. They lived in Salt Lake City, Utah. Ken’s early years attended Center Ward and Onequa Elementary School and West High School. Ken enlisted in the Utah Army National Guard, then served 4 years in the U.S. Air Force. He went on to work for University of Utah, as a vehicle operator for many years before retiring.

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His Father and Grandfather John W. Jenkins owned and operated one of the oldest business establishments Jenkins and Son’s Sporting Goods, 428 South State Street for more than 93 years.

Survived by a sister Carol K Jenkins Anderson.

Graveside services will be held at Memorial Mountain View Cemetery 3115 E 7800 S, Cottonwood Heights, Utah. On Saturday the 8th August at 12:30pm.

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Memorial Mountain View Mortuary & Cemetery
3115 East 7800 South
Cottonwood Heights, UT

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Aug 05, 2020

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Carol ... I just saw this obituary. I am sorry to learn of Ken's passing. We had some fun times together at West High School and attending Center Ward firesides. Hope you and your family are doing OK. Marilyn

Marilyn (Woodland) Hardy Aug 16, 2020

carol I am sorry for the loss of your brother Kenneth. I went to Onequa third grade through sixth. that is when I became acquainted with you. I remember our teachers Mrs Johnson, Mrs Bone, Mrs. Pugh and Mrs. Strictly. Then we went to Jackson Junior and on to graduate at West High. I remember how sweet and nice you always were. I have alot of fun memories of our school days and you have always been a part of those memories. Mau you find peace and comfort at this time. Sincereley, Louise

Louise Houghton Tischner , Santaquin, UT, US Aug 06, 2020

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