Kenneth Annis

Kenneth Annis

Friday, January 23rd, 1925 Saturday, January 30th, 2021

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Obituary for Kenneth Earle Annis

Kenneth Earle Annis, 96, of Nashua, NH, went to be with his Lord and Savior on January 30. 2021.
He was born in Dover, NH to the late Andrew J. Annis and Winifred Bassett on January 23, 1925. He graduated from Dover high school class of 1943. After graduating from high school Kenneth joined the United States Navy. He was a member of the United States Navy Seabees. He was stationed In Milne Bay, New Guinea during World War 2. The Seabees were sent there to build a naval base. He returned to Dover, NH in March, 1946.
October 30,1946 Kenneth married Mary Faith King from Waterloo, Quebec. They were married for 67 years. They built their first home with the help of his Grandfather, Grampa Bassett and his step father, William Donahue. They lived there for a number of years and started their family. Several years later they and their 3 children moved to Charlestown, NH. Then after a few years and the birth of their fourth child, they moved to Nashua, NH. Kenneth started work at Sanders Associates in Nashua NH and worked there for many years. He then went to Harris corporation and later retired from Harris Corporation. He was an Electrical Component Assembly Manager and loved his work. His employees loved him and were sad when he retired.
One of Kenneth’s passions, other than his wife and children of course, was to serve others. He was a member of Trinity Baptist Church and was very active in many facets of the church. He was an Elder, served on the Community Connection Group and was very active in the Silver and Gold Group to mention only a few. His passion for helping others was shown by his dedication to the many groups he served such as the Upper Room and The Pine Street Mission. As part of his mission, he picked up meat from Hannaford’s every Saturday, Bread from Panera on Monday night and bread/pastries from Hannaford’s on Monday Morning. This food served many families and it made him very happy. He also went to the Pine Street Mission every Sunday morning to make pancakes for the homeless and at the same time to witness to the men who came to the breakfast. Later the Food Pantry at Trinity was established and Ken again worked tirelessly to help make that a success. Ken was also a mentor to the young men at the church and loved sharing his love for Jesus. His faith was the cornerstone of his life.
A few years ago, Kenneth went to live full time at Bel Air Nursing Home in Goffstown, NH. as a full time resident. Here he met new friends and made new memories. His Great grandchildren lived close by and enjoyed walking down to Bel Air to play games with him. These are the memories they will always remember about their Great Grandfather and at the same time they made him very happy. The Bel Air Staff were wonderful to him and made this move easier for him.
He is survived by; his son, Stephen and daughter-in-law, Anna of Brookline, NH; his daughter, Linda and son-in-law, John Krieger of Milford, NH; and his son, Paul and daughter in law Lynn of New Boston, NH, his daughter in law Cindy Collins of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
He is also survived by four grandchildren, Seth Annis and wife Marion, Katie Richards and husband Jamie, Rachel Morrissette and husband Richard, and his step-granddaughter Melissa Longval and husband Keith. Also, six great-grandchildren: Penelope and Gwen Annis, Tyler and Brenton Richards, and Emeria and Austin Longval.
He was predeceased by his Wife Mary Faith Annis, Son Glenn Alan Annis, Brother Andrew Jackson Annis Jr, Brother Eugene Annis Sr. and Sister Mildred Sargent.
SERVICES: Services will be private. The DAVIS FUNERAL HOME, One Lock St., Nashua has been placed in charge of arrangements. An online guest book is available at, (603-883-3401) “ONE MEMORY LIGHTS ANOTHER”.

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    Wednesday, February 3rd, 2021 | 1:00pm
    Edgewood Cemetery
    107 Amherst Street
    Nashua, NH
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    Wednesday, February 3rd, 2021

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Kimberly Combs

I miss watching TV with Ken every night. He always had the best shows on and we would sit and laugh. We especially liked watching the Batchelor, mystery shows and Everybody loves Raymond. One night we were watching a mystery show Dateline, I realized I had been in his room watching for almost an hour when the staff came to get me, Ken had fallen asleep. The next day, we both wondered how the story ended, so I googled it and shared the ending with him. Every evening when I wished him a good night he would say "drive safe going home and watch out for deer!" You are missed, Ken!
Comment | Posted at 08:02am via Condolence

Annmarie Proksa

As a caregiver and therapist I will always cherish the moments Ken and I got to dance and prepare for his granddaughters wedding. It brought me such great joy to see his face glow as he danced in front of the staff and residents of Bel Air. May he Rest In Peace and dance hand in hand with his beloved wife. Thank you Ken for keeping my eyes open to the real meaning of my job. With my sincere condolences to you the family , Annmarie Proksa
Comment | Posted at 08:52pm via Condolence

Kimberly Combs

Yes, this brought tears to all our eyes!
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Kevin Corriveau

He was a great guy to have as a boss. Always patient, pleasant and soft spoken. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.
Comment | Posted at 03:57pm via Condolence

Jack & Lana D'Attilio

Our warmest condolences,
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Pastor Shawn Carpenter

On behalf of the Trinity Baptist family, we send our heartfelt sympathies to you and your family. Trusting God's grace and care for you all.
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