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In Memory of

Kenneth Weldon Cypert

November 6, 1928 - April 1, 2015

Obituary


Kenneth Weldon Cypert joined his precious Lord and Savior April 1, 2015. He was born November 6, 1928 to William Carroll and Mary Annie Cypert in Hillsboro, TX.

Kenneth was preceded in death by his parents, son, Ken David Cypert, two brothers, and three sisters.

Kenneth is survived by loved ones: wife, Joyce, daughter, Carol Fernihough, son, James Cypert, sister, Doris (Glenn) Mash, Grandchildren: Michael (Mandy) Fernihough, Daniel (Summer) Fernihough, Lisa (Rick) Herbin, Emily Cypert, Austin Cypert, and nine great grandchildren.

Kenneth and Joyce were proud that they just celebrated their...

Kenneth Weldon Cypert joined his precious Lord and Savior April 1, 2015. He was born November 6, 1928 to William Carroll and Mary Annie Cypert in Hillsboro, TX.

Kenneth was preceded in death by his parents, son, Ken David Cypert, two brothers, and three sisters.

Kenneth is survived by loved ones: wife, Joyce, daughter, Carol Fernihough, son, James Cypert, sister, Doris (Glenn) Mash, Grandchildren: Michael (Mandy) Fernihough, Daniel (Summer) Fernihough, Lisa (Rick) Herbin, Emily Cypert, Austin Cypert, and nine great grandchildren.

Kenneth and Joyce were proud that they just celebrated their sixty sixth wedding anniversary in March. They joined Sagamore Baptist Church in 1957. He drove for Crusader's Chapel for many years transporting those who could not drive to Sunday services. Kenneth loved serving his church whether it was helping with church finances, cooking eggs for the men's prayer breakfast, or bringing elderly members to church. He was an ordained deacon, loved gospel music, and spent many hours watching Gaither music videos. Kenneth retired from an accounting position at N.T.S. in 1994 where he made several longtime friends. On Wednesday's, several of them met for prayer time and Bible study during lunch. He began a new career at his church managing finances from 1995-2011 and continued to volunteer the past few years. He excelled with computers and was meticulous about balancing money to the penny even up to his final days. He was very compassionate toward animals and loved to grow things. He could fix anything and therefore was a master builder, inventor of sorts, and tinkerer. Kenneth seemed like a quiet man on the outside but had a surprising sense of humor, and a very kind heart.