Kenneth W. Burgess, Jr., 49 of Noblesville passed away at home following an extended illness on September 24, 2020 while surrounded by his family. He was born in Anderson, IN on January 6, 1971 to Kenneth and Marlene (Moyer) Burgess, Sr.
Ken attended Hamilton Southeastern High School and later served as a Supply Specialist in the U.S. Army. Ken worked as a butcher at for many years. He attended Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church in Noblesville.
Ken loved Harley Davidson motorcycles and was especially proud of his 1967 Camaro. He was an outdoorsman who loved to be in the woods. He also enjoyed gunsmithing and was an avid firearms enthusiast but, above all, Ken loved to spend time with his wife and family.
Ken is survived by his mother, Marlene; his wife, Lai (Sibayan), who is the love of his life; one son, Mark Louis; two daughters, Hayley Burgess and Courtney Burgess both of Virginia; one sister, Karmissa Foreman of Anderson; and two nieces, Kristina Cornett and Meagan Foreman both of Anderson. Ken’s great nieces Aleena, T’Nyla, Max, Tren and Harper also survive as does his beloved pit bull, Kane.
He is preceded in death by his father; Granny Margaret; Grandpa Bill; Weezie; and cousin Amy.
A private family service will be conducted at a later date.
I worked with Ken at the commissary and really liked talking to him we would talk about his Harley and the VA.Ken would mention about his truck but he especially would talk about his new addition to the family his baby girl.I heard of his passing and thought about the good times we had at work.Ken will be missed our thoughts and prayers will be with the family
I’ve known Kenneth for several years and 1st met him when I was delivering the Army Times weekly newspaper at the ‘Ft Ben’ Commissary. I remember that he always had a really nice smile and spoke very fondly about his family.