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Kenneth Greenberg

Kenneth Jay Greenberg

March 28, 1946 - January 26, 2021
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    Thursday, January 28th, 2021 | 2:30pm
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    Thursday, January 28th, 2021 2:30pm
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    Virtual shiva will be held on Thursday, January 28th from 7-9 pm.

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Donations

Donations are being accepted for:
American Cancer Society

405 Williams Court
Suite 120, Baltimore, MD 21220

Parkinson's Foundation

1359 Broadway, Suite 1509, New York, NY 10018

Obituary

Kenneth Jay Greenberg, 74, of Pikesville, MD passed away on Tuesday, January 26, 2021. He is survived by his loving wife, Marlene Greenberg (nee Sukoneck); children, Michael (Lauri) Greenberg, Brian (Sue) Greenberg and Stacie (Keith) Cooper; brother, Herb (Jeanne) Greenberg; sister-in-law, Honey (Bob) Kessler; grandchildren, Linsi, Jordan, Sophia, Chloe, Brady and Aidan; niece, Pamela Kessler and nephew, David Kessler. He was predeceased by his parents, Benjamin and Shirley Greenberg and brother, Paul (Trudy) Greenberg.

A virtual funeral will be held on Thursday, January 28th at 2:30 pm. Please click the link above to view the service. Please omit flowers. Contributions in his memory may be sent to the American Cancer Society, 405 Williams Court, Suite 120, Baltimore, MD 21220 or the Parkinson's Foundation, 1359 Broadway, Suite 1509, New York, NY 10018.
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Ellen Greenberg Gemorah

Posted at 08:00pm
I am so sorry for your loss. I have fond memories growing up with Kenny. One special memory is of all the cousins going out every Sunday for Chinese food. Also our fathers used to rent a pony cart and we would ride together.
MZ

Marsha zooker

Posted at 09:00pm
So so sorry for your loss condolences to you and your family, may you not known anymore sorrow , with love and prayers
BC

Barbara Cohen

Posted at 10:09pm
Dear Stacie, Keith and Family,
I am so very sorry for your loss of your loved one. May you find comfort in the wonderful memories you have. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this very sad time in your lives.
RL

Reesa Luger

Posted at 02:50pm
Dear Marlene and Family,
My most sincere condolences to each of you on the loss of your beloved Kenny, I am a firm believer that FAMILY is everything. Each of you should serve as a model for all families to emulate.
Marlene, my heart is breaking for you. You have years and years of wonderful memories. Keep them close, and they will serve as some comfort.
MC

Marlene Cohen

Posted at 02:00pm
Dear Marlene and Family,
Kenny was a great friend and we loved him. He will be remembered forever.
Love Always, Marlene and Richard
KA

Kate Coburn and Jerry Ashton

Posted at 08:33am
No words can express the sadness we feel at the loss of your beloved husband, Father and Grandfather. Kenny had a special quality which touched everyone he met. His love of family was unparalleled and his joy for life contagious. We will always cherish the great times we had together. We love you all.
MS

Monica Stein

Posted at 08:31am
Marlene, Stacie and the entire Greenberg Family,
There are no words to describe our sadness. Please know that Chad and I send our deepest condolences to everyone. We love you all so much and wish we could be with you in person. Sending the biggest hugs to everyone.
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Amy & Brian Kowitz

Posted at 01:09am
Stacie, Keith, and the entire Greenberg family, we are so sorry for your loss and our thoughts are with you.
JA

Jill Alperstein

Posted at 06:59pm
Sending lots of love to your beautiful family. Your family's strong connection and incredible closeness always amazed me. I feel so lucky to have known and loved Kenny. Love you all!
CS

Cuz Karen and Shlomo

Posted at 04:48pm
What a sad day for everyone. Kenny was the love of our lives.He was always positive and when you asked how he felt, it was always wonderful. I only wish that we had the opportunity to hug and kiss all of our family. We will continue thinking about him every day. Kenny will be missed by all.💋
ML

Marsha & Larry

Posted at 04:17pm
Marlene & Family
Larry and my entire family are deeply saddened by the loss of Kenny. Our friendship goes back when we were 11 years old and over 50 years with Kenny. We had many great times together at bar and bat mitzvahs and weddings of our children. Kenny always had a smile on his face. The way you all took care of him during his most difficult illness was amazing. Now he can Rest In Peace. Just remember he lives on thru your wonderful children and grandchildren. May his memory be for a blessing. Love to each of you.
❤️ Marsha & Larry
KC

Kenneth Coburn

Posted at 04:11pm
Glad Rita and I had the chance to see the virtual funeral. I was so proud of all my cousins and to hear all they had to say. It must have been so hard to speak but you all handled it magnificently.
I only spoke to Kenny at the family weddings or Bar Mitzvah's but I observed how he always made everyone feel welcome and glad that they made the trip. He was always the life of a party and there was never a dull moment when he was around. He truly will be missed.
JS

Jason Sindler

Posted at 04:08pm
Marlene, Michael, Brian, Stacy and your families:
I have such fond memories of Kenny as my baseball coach and one of the many "uncles" we were blessed to have growing up. He brought love and a positive energy to all. He will be missed but will be remembered fondly. All our Love
DN

Debra Nussbaum

Posted at 03:40pm
Dear Marlene and all of your family, Just sat here at home listening to all of the wonderful things about Kenny. You guys all definitely had a special bond and these memories will be with you forever. Thinking of you. With love, your cousin Debbie
AG

Andrea Gerhard

Posted at 03:11pm
We are so very sorry for your loss. Our hearts go out to all of you. Sending hugs and prayers. He was a wonderful man who will be missed by many.

Andrea, Bo & Jacob Gerhard
GK

Gregg Kessler

Posted at 03:08pm
My Deepest condolences and prayers to Aunt Marlene, Michael, Brian & Stacie. When I was as old as my daughters are today and before, I looked forward to spending holidays with the Greenberg family. Kenny was the rock and he always made me laugh with his wit. He loved sports and was always genuinely interested in me and my brothers. Whenever I'd see Kenny, I was reminded of my youth and how he welcomed my family. RIP Kenny
My love to the Greenberg's and family. Love, Gregg & the Kessler family
DK

David Kessler

Posted at 02:57pm
Dear Aunt Marlee and Greenberg Family,
We are sending our love to each of you today as we reflect on special memories with Uncle Kenny over the years. Its always been so evident how much he loved each of you and how precious he was as the loving patriarch of your family. We wish we could be there with you today.
Much love,
David, Sarah, Jack and Fina Kessler
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Goly Hervey

Posted at 02:55pm
Michael, I am so sorry for your loss. There are no words or actions that can heal your broken heart; take comfort in the time that you had with your dad and hold on to the great memories. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. May he Rest In Peace.
Sending you our love- Goly, Wesley, Brandon, grandma Giti
RK

robin g klein

Posted at 02:23pm
so sad to hear of Kenny's passing..too soon. We are thinking of all of you and sending our thoughts and prayers
CK

Claudett Kessler

Posted at 02:14pm
We are very sorrow to learn of Kenny's passing. We share many memories of family gatherings and holiday events.Rest in Peace.
JS

Judith Schott

Posted at 11:50am

Dear Marlene and Family, what a sad bit of information to learn of Kenny's death. My mind and memory returns to Price Ave. Wow, so many happy times were shared in our growing up years, and they will always be special. Please know that our prayers are with all of you and the special times will be with each and every one forever. Take care of each other. Love, Judy (Cavalier) and Fred Schott
MG

melissa glasser

Posted at 11:46am
Im truly so sorry for your loss. I will always have our Wildwood memories of our families together...and Marlene and my "surprise parties" with every ice cream and topping choices bc my dad and Kenny were the ones in charge!! Love you all so much...hoping our dads are together smiling down on us
RA

Richard Amernick

Posted at 11:26am
Jeffrey and Richard send their condolences to your family. Fondly remember all the times they spent together during their childhood with all the neighborhood kids. May Kenny rest in peace. The Amernick boys.
MS

Morty and Carol Schwartz

Posted at 10:33am
Dear Marlene and Family,
We are heartbroken to hear about Kenny’s passing. I first met Kenny at the University of Baltimore when we pledged the A O Pi fraternity. This was the beginning of a long friendship with Kenny and Marlene. I remember the Sunday morning softball games, the Wednesday evening card games, and our long conversations after some of the card games, outside no matter the weather, discussing the Orioles and the Colts. Kenny will be missed. We extend our condolences to Marlene and the family.
Love , Morty and Carol
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Erica Hoffman

Posted at 10:09am
Dear Stacie, Keith, Sophia and Chloe,
We are so sorry to hear of the loss of your dad and grandfather. You are in our hearts and we love you very much.
Erica and Jordan Hoffman
BL

Bernard Levin

Posted at 09:33am
Marlene:
So sorry and saddened when told of Kenny's passing. He was truly devoted to you and your your family. He will be missed at the card game.
RC

Roz and Ted Cornblatt

Posted at 09:32am
Dear Marlene,
Ted and I were very sorry to hear of Kenny’s passing. He fought a hard battle now he can Rest In Peace.
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Eileen Attman Greenberg

Posted at 08:54am
Dear Marlene and family.. David and I extend to you our deepest condolences. We are so very saddened to hear of Kenny’s passing. Thinking of you with much love.
L

Lana & Hal Deutsch

Posted at 08:33am
Keith, Stacie and Family:
We’re very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. May his memory be for a blessing.
TF

The Grim Family

Posted at 06:41am
Dear Greenberg Family,
We are so very sorry for your loss. Kenny was a wonderful man and his memory and loving contributions to your family will always be a blessing. We love you and our thoughts are with all of you during this difficult time.
SG

Sherry and Howard Greenberg

Posted at 11:24pm
Stacie and entire family,
So sorry to hear this sad news. Please cherish your good memories to help you through the rough spots. Knowing your dad is at peace now may help console you a little.
SS

Sue and Jim Schiller

Posted at 09:59pm
Dear Marlene and family
So sad to hear about Kenny's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. He was always upbeat and always smiling.
BG

Bernie and Maxine Snyder Gordon

Posted at 09:41pm
Marlene and family
We are very sorry to read of Kenny’s passing. We have known Kenny since our AZA days and BSO. He will be missed but always remembered. May your happy memories help you through this difficult time
SM

Suzanne Morin

Posted at 08:32pm
Dear Marlene
My heartfelt condolences to you and your family. Kenny will be missed by all who had the privilege of knowing him. May he Rest In Peace and his memory be a source of comfort
J

Janice and Irwin Waranch

Posted at 07:30pm
Dear Greenberg Family ,
We are so sorry for your loss. We know the love and warmth of
your family will give you comfort at this difficult time. May his memory be a blessing.
The Waranch family
Be a blessing.

S

Sara, Brett, Ruby and Ian

Posted at 07:29pm
Stacie, Keith, Chloe and Sophia:
We are so sorry for your loss of your beloved dad and grandfather. We wish you peace and comfort and may his memory be a blessing. We love you and are thinking of you.
K

Kesslers

Posted at 06:38pm
Dearest Greenberg Family,
With a heavy heart I must say so long to my brother I always wanted and finally had. From Price Ave to Nemo Rd and to Pikesville, we shared a lifetime of great memories. Bobby and I will continue to remember all the good days, great trips and especially the fun times we had together. It’s hard to say goodby so we will say so long and always remember your spirit and love for family (not just yours but ours also) will always be present and live in our hearts. We love you😍
DK

Donny& Anne Kahn

Posted at 06:05pm
Marlene and family,
We’ve missed you and Kenny for the past year plus while you were keeping warm in Florida. Donny has missed razzing Kenny about being in the same first grade class as you, Mar. He will be so very missed. We’ll always remember Kenny with a smile. Rest In Peace Ken
DU

Diana and Lou Ulman

Posted at 05:36pm
Dear Marlene, Michael, Lauri, Brian, Sue, Stacey, Keith, Linsi, Jordan and all the grand children - We are sending all our love and strength to you as you process your most difficult loss - You have shared so many wonderful times as a family and we hope that the amazing memories that you made together will sustain you and bring you comfort - Kenny will be missed by all who had the privilege to know him -
LP

Linda Plotkin

Posted at 03:52pm
Dear Marlene and family,
My deepest sympathies go out to all of you. Kenny was a wonderful man who will be deeply missed. I will always treasure the times that the four of us were able to get together, Maybthecwonderful memories you have of him help you during this difficult time.
GS

Gail and Joel Shugarman

Posted at 03:34pm
Dear Marlene and Family,
The Wednesday night card game was a tradition Kenny looked forward to for 40 + years and he was the best, winning all the time. He always made clear his strong devotion to you and the kids breaking away to call you during a break in the game and you and your wonderful family showed such loving devotion to him during his illness, a true mitzvah.
LW

Lynn and Ronnie Wolf

Posted at 03:22pm
Marlene,
As you know, Kenny was my AOPi Pledgemaster in Spring, 1965. He was one of the "good guys" > Tough on the outside, but a heart of gold. Everybody truly loved him. Lynn and I send our thoughts and prayers to the entire Greenberg Family. May his memory be a blessing. Rest in peace > my Pledgemaster!!
MG

Mary Grodnitzky

Posted at 02:03pm
Dearest Marlene, Michael, Brian & Stacey and incredible families,
My heart breaks for you with the loss your your beloved Kenny. He was truly a wonderful, thoughtful, loving and funny man. He will be missed by everyone who was lucky enough to have him touch their lives. I am so glad to have shared so many wonderful times with our families. Through good times and bad we could always count on all of you. He fought a courageous battle and now he can RIP. I know Barry will be there with a bottle of TITO and Alec will not be far behind!
All my love,
Mary & Norman
FM

Fred Magaziner

Posted at 01:44pm
Our sincere condolences to the Greenberg Family of Kenneth. What a great guy! For several years we exercised at the same times at "The Hilton". He nearly always had a great and ready smile. The exception would be when asked how the exercising was going? His response would be "I hate it". However he would persevere. He seemed to enjoy it most when using his boxing gloves on the punching bag.
May he be a "gooten uf allemun" (sp?).
Joan & Fred Magaziner
DK

Debbie (Koppel) Koman

Posted at 01:35pm
Dear Marlene and family,
I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
S

Sylvia Berger

Posted at 01:12pm
Dear Marlene,
So very sorry to read of Kenny’s passing. I didn’t know him as well as some others but I do know what a devoted family man he was.
Sylvia Berger San Francisco, Ca.
JG

Jerry Goldman

Posted at 01:10pm
Dear Marlene and family,
It is with great sadness to hear of Kenny’s passing. As you may remember, Kenny and I were pledge’s and fraternity brothers of
A O Pi. We had many fun and crazy times. It’s most unfortunate our lifestyles went in different directions after U of B, and we lost contact with each other.
Please accept my deepest condolences at this very difficult time. May Kenny rest in eternal peace. B’ezrat HaShem
LC

LINDA AND HARRY CHUPNICK

Posted at 11:50am
Dear Marlene,
We are so very sorry to hear of Ken's passing. Sending our sincere condolences to you and your family.
MG

Margi Granek

Posted at 11:50am
Dear Marlene and Family,
Our heartfelt condolences on the loss of your beloved husband, father, father-in-law and grandfather. May your wonderful memories help you to get through this most difficult time. May Kenny’s memory be a blessing, and May he Rest In Peace.
Love,
Margi and David
AG

Alan & Bev Gersh

Posted at 11:41am
Marlene and family, Alan and I are very sorry to hear about Kenny passing. We go back over 50 years. May his memory be for a blessing!!!
TF

The Gertner Family

Posted at 11:27am
Dear Marlene, Brian, Michael and Stacie, We have so many fond memories of Kenny. He was a true Mensch. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Love you all!! Eric and Monique
DH

Dee and Harold

Posted at 10:42am
Dear Marlene and family,
Our hearts are breaking at the loss of our dear friend . We enjoyed good times together. Our trips to Shepherds Town were so very special. Harold remembers all the good times from AZA and going on conventions together. That’s where the infamous $5 debt occurred. The ongoing bantering between the two of them was classic .
Rest In Peace Dear Friend. Enjoy the vodka with Barry.
EF

Ellen and Allan Franklin

Posted at 10:28am
Allan and I were so sad to hear of Kenny’s passing. When ever we saw both of you you were so warm and friendly. Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you and your beautiful family during this difficult time. We are truly sorry fir your loss.
RK

Renee&Burt King

Posted at 09:38am
It is with deep sadness that we learn of Kenny’s passing. Please know that we have you in our hearts.
RK

Ray and Dale Kahn

Posted at 09:38am
Dear Marlene and family - we are so sorry to hear of Kenny’s passing. We go back so many years and have such fond memories of Kenny. My memories of him at U of B and AoPi are filled with smiles and laughter. I can still hear his distinctive laugh in my mind. May he rest in peace and you relish in the memories of the happy times.
SR

Stan and Lynn Rosenstein

Posted at 09:35am
We were very sorry to hear about Kenny. Stan and I want to give our condolences to Marlene and her family. Our thoughts are with you during this difficult time.

EG

Esther Glickman

Posted at 09:22am
Dear Marz and wonderful Devoted Family,
Our Friendship has been strong since Nemo /Roxanne Rd. Days. Near 50 years later still strong. Kenny was a wonderful funny Kind man. We all had so much fun together and shared all of happy and sadness . He fought a hard battle. Kenny will now RIP and will be missed so much. I will never forget the day I said to Kenny “Ken you are tough on outside but like marshmallow on inside “ he said to me “Es don’t tell anybody “ !! He adored his family.
SL

Sherry Luria

Posted at 09:20am
Sherry and Ron Luria
Dear Marlene and Family,
We are so sorry to hear about Kenny’s passing. The memories we have of raising our children together on Nemo Rd. are some of the best. Thinking of all of you at this sad time.






RA

Rita Appel

Posted at 09:12am
Dear Marlene & Family: I am so very sorry for your loss. My heart & thoughts are with you during this difficult time.
BD

Bonnie Deutsch

Posted at 09:11am
Dear Stacie, Keith and family
We are so very sorry for your loss. Our heart and thoughts are with you during this difficult time.
Bonnie and Neale Deutsch
HS

Harvey Settler

Posted at 09:10am
So sorry for your loss Marlene may his memory be a blessing.
MP

Mindy & Michael Per

Posted at 08:58am
Marlene, Michael and I send you and your family our deepest sympathy. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this very sad time.
MK

Merle and Richard Kierson

Posted at 08:52am
Dear Marlene and Family - We send our sincere condolences. We hope you find comfort knowing that Kenny is no longer suffering. Hold on to the good memories. Merle and Richard
MT

Mayta and Henry Tucker

Posted at 08:31am
Dear Marlene and family sorry to hear about the loss of your husband Kenny may the good memories sustain you through this difficult time
CG

Charles & Linda Goldberg

Posted at 08:12am
Marlene & Family,
We are so sorry to hear of Kenny's passing. One thing we remember about Kenny was his competitive spirit. Whether he was playing softball, on the tennis court or playing poker with the guys for over 40 years, he wanted to win. And he won big with his amazing, loving, caring and devoted family. We will miss Kenny, his laugh and his stories. Rest in peace J. Paul Kenny
Love, Linda & Charles
S

Susan Finkelstein

Posted at 07:56am
Greenberg family, I am so sorry for your loss.
SG

Sharon Gensler

Posted at 07:40am
Please accept my deepest sympathy in passing of Kenny. Got to know you all by directly living across the street. On Nemo Road. A loving family you all are. With the support of family and friends will be by your side. May Kenny Rest In Peace. Warm regards. Sharon Gensler
LS

Lisa Schecter

Posted at 06:31am
My condolences on your loss. Our friendship goes back a long time.
May his memory be a blessing.
MC

Mark Cavalier

Posted at 12:58am
Dear Marlene and Family,
I am shocked and deeply saddened by Kenny's passing. I remember having dinner together, with our families, the night of your first date. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. G-d bless.

Mark and Amy Cavalier
JZ

Jae and Arnold Zalis

Posted at 11:13pm
Dear Marlene and Family,
We send you sincere condolences.
As Kenny's advisor of Chesapeake, AZA, I remember him well. A well liked, fun loving, and great kid who turned out to be a most loved adult. May he rest in peace and may all the wonderful memories bring you peace, too.
PS

Pete and Carol Summerfield

Posted at 10:59pm
Marlene and Family:
Our heartfelt condolences to you and your family. Kenny and I met in 1960 as classmates at Baltimore City College and were in the same homeroom for 3 years. We enjoyed playing softball when we were in AZA, a cruise to St Martin with our card group, and talking about the Orioles. Our memories of Kenny and Marlene over many years are priceless. What a wonderful guy. We will surely miss him.
RS

Reva and Bernard Suffel

Posted at 08:57pm
Dear Marlene and family,
We are so saddened to learn of Kenny's passing. May you and your family gain strength from the wonderful memories you shared with Kenny. May he rest in peace.
Love,
Reva and Bernard
JH

Jennifer Holinsky

Posted at 08:48pm
Marlene, Michael, Brian, Stacie and family,
I am so sad to hear of Kenny’s passing. While I know no words can ease your pain, please know many people are thinking about you. He as one of a kind and he will be missed deeply.
DR

Dianne & Joe Rote

Posted at 08:08pm
Dear Marlene,
Although it’s been many, many years we still have many wonderful memories of the AOPi days. Please accept our sincere sympathy. May his love bring you comfort.
M

Marsha and Bernie Bondroff

Posted at 07:56pm
Dear Marlene and Family,
Dear Marlene and Family,
We were so very sorry to hear of Kenny's passing. Please accept our deepest sympathy, and know that our thoughts and prayers are with you during this very difficult time. Kenny was truly one of the "good guys"
NR

Nina Rosenzwog

Posted at 06:44pm
Dear Marlene & Family,
I am so very very sorry for your loss. May his memory be for a blessing
P

Pocahontas and her sidekick

Posted at 06:16pm
Dear Mar,
I am so sorry about Kenny’s passing. When I first met him, he scared me with his gruff exterior. I later learned that if you asked him about his family, his face would light up and I then realized that he was a teddy bear. I will miss his jokes and our antics at the gym. He was an absolute sweetheart, and will be surly missed. I hope the memories you and your family have of Kenny, will make sure smile. Sending you and your family hugs.
Love you,
G

Gary Lipsitz

Posted at 06:07pm
Kenny and I coached Beth tfiloh baseball together for many years. Each practice and game was a joy. We laughed along with the kids during our bus rides. He was a wonderful friend with a great sense of humor. May his memory be a blessing to his family.
HS

Hanna Sacks

Posted at 05:55pm
Dear Marlene and family
Please know my thoughts are with you during this most difficult time in your lives. You will always have the wonderful memories of years past in your hearts forever.
A

Andrew Holinsky

Posted at 05:00pm
Marlene, Michael, Brian, Stacie- my deepest condolences. We grieve with you. May his memory be a blessing.
CA

Carol & Marshall Asher

Posted at 04:57pm
Dear Marlene & Family,
We are so sorry to hear of Kenny’s passing. We hope that all of your wonderful memories will help you all get through this difficult time. Our deepest sympathy.
SW

Sheila and Ron Weinbrrg

Posted at 04:54pm
Marlene, so dorry to hesr about Kenny's passing. Out thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
CH

Cindy & Terry Holinsky

Posted at 04:43pm
Dear Marlene, Michael, Brian, Stacy and your families,
We are so sad about the loss of your beloved Kenny. There are so many stories I could tell from our 60 years of friendship but what sticks out the most is remembering my father lovingly calling Kenny "lover boy". "Lover boy" turned out to be a loving man to his family and friends and he will be missed.
RH

Rachel Holinky

Posted at 04:38pm
Marlene, Michael, Brian, and Stacie
I am deeply sorry for your loss. I have many fond memories of Kenny over the past 44 years of my life. He was a funny, caring, compassionate, good man. He loved his kids and grandkids deeply and had the best life partner in Marlene. I am thinking of each of you. May his memory be a blessing.
I love you all!
Rachel
MW

Mark & Geri Willen

Posted at 04:36pm
Dear Marlene, Michael, Brian, Stacey and family
Geri and I were so sorry to hear of Kenny's passing today. He fought a good fight without ever hearing him complain. To reminisce, I first met Kenny in our pledge class at University of Baltimore in 1963. We became instant friends lasting ever since. We attended each others weddings, our kids weddings, bris' (bestowing upon me the honor of being Brian's godfather) and played cards together for over 40 years. Marlene, you have been Kenny's guiding light for more than 50 years and we all know how he looked up to you. I know you will all find comfort in all the fond memories of your beautiful family times together. Sending your entire family our love and very sincere condolences and hope that you will all find comfort with each other in this difficult time.
PR

phyllis radinsky

Posted at 04:22pm
Dear Marlene and all the Greenberg family
So sorry for your loss. The love you all have for each other will help you with your sorrow.
We will miss Kenny, his jokes, and his smile. May your memories be a blessing. Hope to see you in good times. The sun will come out tomorrow. Sending you love and hugs. Love Phyllis and Leonard
A

Ann and Ira Robinson

Posted at 04:15pm
Dear Cooper Family
Sorry to hear of your loss. Remember all the good times you all spend together. Loss isn’t easy but in a while the good memories will be back.
Thinking of you
RW

RONALD WOLF

Posted at 04:14pm
ALPHA OMEGA PI FRATERNITY ALUMNI,

Alpha Omega Pi Alumni, University of Baltimore, regrets the passing of our beloved Brother, Kenny Greenberg.
May his memory be a blessing
KM

Ken and Maxine

Posted at 03:48pm
May you remember the good times.
and I send our sincere condolences.
Kenny will be missed.
WM

Wendy and Jeffrey Miller

Posted at 03:47pm
Marlene, Michael, Brian and Stacy,
So sorry and so sad for you on the loss of Kenny..or as we called him in our home, “ Coach Kenny”. From Roxanne Rd/Nemo Rd, to Wednesday night poker games with my dad and the guys, to him coaching our son on the BT baseball team and then seeing him at the Hilton working out in the mornings, I always loved seeing and talking to Kenny!! He will be missed by all. Sending you all hugs and our sincere condolences. May his memory be for a blessing.
JB

Judy and Joel Berman

Posted at 03:39pm
Dear Marlene and family;
We are so sorry for the loss of Kenny. Together you have created a wonderful family who is devoted to you and devoted to each other. Kenny will be sorely missed by us and buy so many other people. May you have strength and comfort in your time of bereavement. May your love of each other carry you through this hard time.
Love
Judy and Joel
SS

Sharyn Stein

Posted at 03:20pm
Dear Marlene, Michael,Brian, and Stacey ( and all of the most incredible family ).
Marlene and Kenny were our BEST FRIENDS. Marlene, we have laughed,cried,and qvelled together for so many years. The one thing I know for sure is that Barry will be waiting to greet Kenny with a very expensive bottle of vodka. Kenny and Barry were partners in fun and could always count on each other. I just love you all. Bubby/Aunt Sharyn 💙🙏💙
SL

Sue & Mark Levi

Posted at 03:11pm
Dear Marlene and Greenberg Family
We are so sorry to hear about Kenny. He was a wonderful person. I’m sure he will be missed. May he Rest In Peace
EA

Ellen/Myron Asher

Posted at 03:09pm
Stacie Lauri and Family
So very sorry for your loss especially during these difficult days . May your memories sustain you 💔
Ellen and Myron Asher
EG

Esther Greenberg

Posted at 02:41pm
Marlene and Family,
So sorry to hear about Kenny's passing. He was a wonderful husband, father and grandfather and will definitely be missed. Thinking of you all at this sad time.
Esther, Alex, Sarah and Jeff
S

Susan & Joe Closic

Posted at 02:37pm
So sorry to hear this news. Our deepest condolences.
WG

Wendy and Steve Grodnitzky

Posted at 02:34pm
Mar, and Greenberg Family,
Our love for you both started 41 years ago , and all of our memories will remain close to our hearts .
RG

Ruthie Block and Steve Gandel

Posted at 02:30pm
Marlene and Family,
So sorry to hear about Kenny. Please accept our sincerest condolences. He was a sincerely sweet guy and will be missed by all who were lucky enough to know him.
Love, Ruthie and Steve
KE

Karen K Egorin

Posted at 02:28pm
Dear Marlene and family
My very heartfelt condolences on Ken's passing. He has left you all too soon,to be sure,but your love for each other will help you move toward. Hold on to each other..and remember the goid times.
B

Barry koppel

Posted at 01:46pm
Marlene and family I’m am so sorry to hear about kenny death our prayers are with you
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