In loving memory of Ken Teune

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Ken Teune, beloved husband, father, brother and friend, went to be with his Lord on March 15th, 2015. Ken was born on July 12th, 1955, in Oak Park, Illinois to Sophie Vandermay and Peter Teune. He had two older brothers, Dave and Tom. Ken attended Christian Elementary School and graduated from Chicago Christian High School in 1973. He attended Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, graduating in 1977 with a degree in Elementary and Secondary Education.

It was while at Calvin that he met Dawn Jackson. After dating for three years they were married in 1978. From his earliest memory, Ken dreamed of leaving the Chicago area. He loved fishing and even as a child, would take off on his bike to the nearest pond. Ken prided himself on stocking several of the Cook Country Forest preserve ponds with bass and crappies.

After their marriage, Ken and Dawn moved to Buck Creek Camp outside of Mt. Rainier National Park. They lived there for one year before moving to Lustre, Montana for a year. In 1980, the couple moved to Juneau where Ken taught at Bethel Christian Center and later started Northern Lights Sightseeing… Read More


 

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