Condolence & Memory Journal

Dear Sandy and Family,
Bill and I, as well as our family, are so sorry to hear of Ken's passing. We are sending you prayers, hugs and love....so many wonderful memories shared with both of you!!
Pat and Bill White

Posted by Pat and Bill White - North Myrtle Beach, SC - Friend   February 22, 2020

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Dear Sandy and Family,
Sean and I are so sorry to hear of Kenny's passing. We are thinking of you at this difficult time. Sending love to you Sandy.

Posted by Judy O'Reilly - Exeter, NH - Friend   February 14, 2020

To Sandy and all the family, my sympathy to all of you. I have great memories of years ago in Exeter, biking and talking skiing and hiking. I wish you all the best.

Posted by David Brown - Rye Beach, NH - Friend   February 10, 2020

To the Lozeau Family:

On behalf of a grateful nation, and the State of New Hampshire VFW Auxiliary, District #7, we wish to express sincere appreciation for the honorable service given by your loved one, and send our deepest condolences on your loss.

Cathy Burns
Chaplain, District #7

Posted by A friend   February 10, 2020

We are shocked and so profoundly saddened at the passing of a dear friend, mentor, coach , and fellow friendly ski racer. Life introduces you to special people from time to time and Ken and Sandy are two of those. With love, Nancy and Charlie Chandler.

Posted by Charlie Chandler - Warren,, NH - Friend   February 09, 2020

So, so sorry for your loss.
Mike Lozeau & Family

Posted by Michael Lozeau Lozeau - Nashua, NH - Family   February 09, 2020

Dear Aunt Sandy, Jody, and Martha our deepest condolences on the loss of uncle Kenny. He was a wonderful man with an infectious laugh. Please accept our heartfelt sympathies. Our prayers are with you during this time.

Posted by Dana & David Baker - Londonderry, NH - Family   February 09, 2020

prayers to the lozeau family john paul anderson

Posted by john anderson - nashua, NH - Friend   February 09, 2020

Mr. Lozeau, Thank you for your service RDM Windham NH

Posted by A friend   February 09, 2020

Sandy, my thoughts go out to you and your family at your sudden loss of Kenny. Many past good memories of ski teaching, fun and racing. Jean Akers, Franconia, NH

Posted by Jean B Akers - Franconia, NH - Friend   February 09, 2020

Dearest Jody and family, as there are no words to ease your pain we can only say how deeply sorry we are for your loss and hope that you can feel our love across the miles. Our prayers are with each of you as you navigate through your grief. May you find comfort in your faith, family and friends as well as in the many warm and treasured memories of Kenny. May perpetual light shine upon him and may he Rest In Peace. All our love

Posted by Susan & Bruce Evans Family - Fredericksburg, VA - Family   February 08, 2020

Dear Ken and Sandra, we could not have asked for better neighbors who became even better friends! Thank you for all that you have done for us throughout the years!! Wagon Wheel will never be the same ! You will be forever in our hearts and thoughts our dear, dear friend Ken !!!

Posted by Peter and Diana Wolnicki - Littleton and Salem, NH   February 08, 2020

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I am so sorry for your loss

Posted by Robbyn Lozeau - Milford, NH - Family   February 08, 2020

Sandy and family. We were devastated on hearing of your loss. He was "one of the best" on this earth and truly enjoyed our times spent with you both. One never knows the time that God calls us and we pray for you and your family moving forward. Lovingly and with deepest sympathy, Jane and Louis Gagnon

Posted by Jane Gagnon - Nashua, NH - Friend   February 08, 2020

Kenny and Sandy, two of my favorite people, always loving, always reaching out, always willing to be there when needed. We shared a winter rental with them in Franconia for a few winters, also Bumps and Bruises living, sharing meals, cooking duties, and evenings by the fire. We shared faith with them at St Michaels in Exeter and at Mass in Littleton. He was a good neighbor in Exeter for many years. He was a great father our children, close in ages to theirs knew Ken as a model athlete and Dad. It's impossible to imagine the world without Kenny. He was a loving and faithful friend. With tears and prayers for his Eternal Rest, Lucretia Ganley

Posted by Lucretia Ganley - Exeter, NH - Family Friend   February 08, 2020

"Sandy, Linda and I enjoyed socializing with you during and after Masters ski races. I enjoyed racing with Ken over the years as we were in the same age group. Not only was he faster but he was very knowledgeable about equipment and technique. We will miss him. Bill and Linda Crabtree Moultonboro, NH

Posted by Bill Crabtree - Moultonboro, NH - Friend   February 08, 2020

Ken was always so modest. Raced with him last Tuesday at Cannon. He will be missed by many. He is swishing down some fine ski slopes, with other wonderful skiers now....Steve Baum

Posted by Steve Baum - Landaff, NH - Acquaintance   February 07, 2020

Martha,
We are so sorry to hear about your dad. Our thoughts & prayers to you and the family.
Love,
Gary & Maureen Nadeau & family

Posted by Maureen Nadeau - Unionville, CT - Friend   February 07, 2020

Hugs and love to the whole family. Prayers for peace beyond all understanding. Debbie Lozeau Cox

Posted by Debra Cox - Springfield, VT - Family   February 07, 2020

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Thoughts and prayers out to you and your family. Wishing you peace during your time of reflection.
Jim and Stephanie.

Posted by Jim Wierzbicki - Old Saybrook, CT - Family   February 07, 2020

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Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your whole family!
Love,
JP, Ann, Patrick and Will

Posted by Ann Greelish - Glastonbury, CT   February 07, 2020

Ken

The friendship that you and Sandy shared with my parents extended to me as a child as well. I grew up hanging with you and Sandy, Martha and Jody. We had many outdoor adventures (hiking, camping, canoeing). My family and I took up cross country skiing not quite the same as your love, downhill skiing. Although I tried that when I was older and you gave me my first lessons. As a teenager, if I had issues with my car your "garage door" was always open. In my adulthood my wife and I always vacationed in the Littleton area and you and Sandy always welcomed us when we popped in. Thank you for a lifetime of friendship. I will miss you.

Carl Anderson III

Posted by Carl Anderson - Reading, MA - Family Friend   February 07, 2020

We have been friends with Ken and Sandy for many years. Along with our children we enjoyed camping and hiking trips. Also running races and lots of other social events. The four of us were married in the same year and when we hit fifty years together we celebrated that milestone as well. Ken was a very good friend who could always be counted on in times of fun and trouble. He was kind, funny and caring. He was also very competitive and sometimes hauled us all along on our adventures. We will miss him very much. We take comfort in knowing that he died doing what he loved. Skiing and competing.

Posted by Sharon Anderson - Exeter, NH - Friend   February 07, 2020