Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma

The Great Seal of the Choctaw Nation

Kenneth R. Cambron

Born: n/a

Died: 5/15/1997

Maiden Name: n/a

Honorific: n/a

Kennith R. Cambron, 59, Overland Park, Kansas, passed away May 15, 1997, at Shawnee Mission Medical Center. He was born in Grandfield, Oklahoma and had lived in the Kansas City area for the last 31 years. He as a partner and paint contractor for Galaxy Painting and Decorating Company, Inc. for 19 years. Kennith was a member of Masonic Lodge # 183 in Lawton, Oklahoma, and was a member of the Olathe Eagles Lodge.

Survivors include wife, Dorothy Cambron, of the home; sons, Micky Cambron, Belton, Missouri, Marcus Pennington, Lansing, Kansas, and Danny Knapp, Springfield, Missouri; daughters, Michelle Cambron, West Virginia, Sheri Peters, Moberly, Missouri, Gina Printy, Belton, Missouri, Ronie Knapp, Shawnee Mission, Kansas and Wendy Anfinsen, Kansas City, Kansas; brothers, Herman Payne, Geronimo, Oklahoma, RamÛn Payne, Fredrick, Oklahoma, and Homer Joe Adams; 24 grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.

Ken Chief was one of those people you notice right away although he wasn’t away of his striking presence. He was not only large in stature but large in generosity and deed. His family and friends can attest to that. Hard work did not detour him, whether it was painting, plumbing, mechanizing, and task or helping someone, he would stay till the job was done. He was a very straight forward man. He always told you what he though about something, He is sorrowly missed by his family, friends, and all those he touched in his life. May God go with you, Ken.