Kenneth Donald Fuhrman

Oct 22, 1945 - Jan 12, 2014


Kenneth Donald Fuhrman

Born:  October 22, 1945

City: Sacramento, California

Married: Carol Annette Ege for over 47 yrs.

Children: (5) Tammy, Tina, Kenneth, Timothy, & Thomas

Grand Children: (8)

Great Grand Children: (2)

He was a very devoted husband and father. He loved his family immensely. Had many friends at the Railroad.  He was a man that would give you the shirt off his back whether it be sports equipment, car parts from his own vehicles, tools, driveway, or garage.   

Employment:  Worked at the Southern Pacific Railroad ( Roseville, Ca. ) for over 30 yrs.

Hobbies: Family, Cars, Sports, and Gardening


  • Amy Hodges says:

    The hardest thing to do is say goodbye to the man I looked up too. To the man that helped raise us girls and the man that I always gave a hard time too. I love you so much grandpa and it’s so hard to say goodbye. But you’re my angel now and I know you will always be looking over us. You were such a great man and I know the day I have children, I will let them know how amazing their great grandpapa was. Rest easy Papa! Don’t forget I will make sure I eat your plate of spaghetti, I wont let it go to waste. I love you

  • Shirley Bischoff says:

    He. Was a. Very. Fun. Uncle I. Loved. Him. With. All. My. Heart. @ l. WiLL. Miss him. Very. Much. But. Never. For get.him. My. Prayers. Are. With. Aunt CaroL. @. His. Faimly. I. Love. You. All. My. He. R I P. love the. Girl. From. IDAHO

  • Amanda Becker (Hodges) says:

    Grandpa d grandma always took such great care of me. I have grown into a strong loving woman because of you. I’ve learned to deal with whatever life threw at me no matter how big or small. Saying goodbye to you was the hardest thing I ever had to do. I will always remember your smile and joyful laugh. You’re my hero grandpa. I love you angel above. You’re free as a bird now

  • Judy Karthauser says:

    You were and always will be my hero, when ever I needed help you were there to save me. I know your still there watching over all of us. I hear you laughing. Thank you, I miss and love you. You will live forever in my heart and memories, till we meet again. In loving memory.

  • Jim Bradley says:

    Kenny was one of the good guys always smiling and laughing..

  • Kathy Tuell Baquera says:

    I’m so sorry for your loss. It is never easy and my heart goes out to you all. Losing my mom Dollie in Oct. was very hard so I know what you must feel. Again I am so sorry. Love your cousin Kathy

  • Dottie Breckenridge says:

    Thank you Uncle Kenny for the special memories you left us. Your contagious laugh, sense of humor and always taking time for your nieces and nephews. I know you are in a better place and that you are with all our loved ones. Just as we have said goodbye to so many others whom I miss more than words can say, I say farewell to one more. We love you and will keep your memory alive. Our thoughts, love and prayers for strength for the family.

  • Tina says:

    Dad i miss you so much. I feel as though any purpose I have is gone. i would take you in a minute the way you were. thank you for your love and guidance. A million times I’ve needed you and a million times I’ve cried. if love could of saved you then you never would have died. A heart of gold stopped beating and twinkling eyes closed to rest. God had to hurt us because he only takes the best. i will never forget you.

  • Ken Fuhrman says:

    We miss and love “U” Dad. With every day that has passed since you left us the heavier our hearts have become. They say time will heel but we will never forget you. I know you know mom will be taken care otherwise you would still be fighting the fight. So proud to have you as a DAD. We love and miss you !

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