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Kenneth Ray Teague

January 30, 1950 February 8, 2020
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Kenneth “Kenny” Ray Teague was born on 1/30/1950 to Hazel (Deering) and Ray Teague. Kenny married Kathy Belasquez on 4/11/1970. They lived in California and Iowa throughout their 40 years together. Kenny and Kathy raised three children Tommy, Sarah and Donny. While living in Stuart Kenny was a draftsman at RaMark Industries in Dexter. Kenny enjoyed watching baseball, talking cars and watching movies/shows about science fiction or criminal mysteries.

Kenny spent his retirement years cheering for his grandchildren in baseball, football, wrestling, softball and dance recitals. He truly was their biggest fan and enjoyed spoiling them at any chance he could.

Kenny joined his beloved, Kathy and son, Tommy in Heaven on Saturday, February 8th, 2020.

Kenny left behind his daughter, Sarah and her husband, Clayton Veach of Des Moines, her daughter, Anne Marie and step-grandchildren Klarissa and Amilya; and his son, Donny and wife, Janelle Teague of Stuart along with their children Tommy, Zach, Bella, Drew and Lily. Two siblings Gerald Teague and Cindy Teague among many friends that he treated as family.

A Memorial Service for Kenny will be held on Monday, February 17th at 10am at First Church of the Open Bible located at 2200 Beaver Ave, Des Moines, IA. A reception and light lunch will be held following in the Fellowship Hall at the church.
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10:00 AM 2/17/2020 10:00:00 AM
First Church of the Open Bible

2200 Beaver Ave
Des Moines, IA 50310

First Church of the Open Bible
2200 Beaver Ave Des Moines 50310 IA
United States

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