Ken Ikeda

[28 APR 1930 - M1 - 20269 - 17 JUL 2013]

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Ken Ikeda Service - OCT 2013]



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Ken Ikeda Service - OCT 2013]



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Jane and Ken Ikeda - Frank Robertson -
Joe Dado - Bob Soper [JUN 1955]



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M-1 Firsties - 1st Row: Robertson - Moses - Bill Edwards - McKinney (CO) - Wargowsky - McGrevey - Denman - 2nd Row: Secord - Vitori - Haas - Tom Turner - Bob Brown - 3rd Row: Pruitt - Crandall - McJoynt - Dado - 4th Row: Hornbarger - Ikeda - Ludwig - Paul Martin - Soper



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Kenneth Kiyoshi Ikeda

Kenneth Kiyoshi Ikeda was born on 28 April 1930 in Honolulu, Hawaii and received a Congressional appointment to West Point. He entered West Point on 3 July 1951 and was in Company M 1, a Corporal his Second Class Year and graduated on 7 June 1955. He was commissioned in the US Army in the Air Defense Artillery.



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Jane N. Ikeda

January 4, 1931 - March 3, 2007
Indianapolis, Indiana

Jane Mitsue Nishimura Ikeda 76, Indianapolis, passed away March 3, 2007. She was a warranty clerk at RodefeldWayne Distributing for many years, retiring in 1990.

Jane is survived by her husband, Kenneth K. Ikeda; her children, Robert (Candy) Ikeda, Debra Ikeda and Mary (Daniel) Griffith; her grandchildren, Heather and Marcus Ikeda and her sisters, Kazuko Hardy and Juliet Shimabukuro.

Friends may call from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 6 in Flanner & Buchanan Funeral Center - Washington Park East. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Lung Association.



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Kenneth Kiyoshi Ikeda

LTC Kenneth K. Ikeda (Ret) 83, passed away July 17, 2013 in Indianapolis, Indiana. He was born in Honolulu, Hawaii. Kenneth was a graduate of West Point Military Academy and served in the US Army for 20 years, including a tour of duty in Vietnam. After retiring he worked as a Systems Analyst for the Indiana Department of Highways, and volunteered for many years at Roudebush VA Hospital.

Kenneth was preceded in death by his wife, Jane. Survivors include his son, Robert Ikeda; his daughters, Debra Ikeda, Mary Griffith (Daniel); grandchildren, Marcus Ikeda (Allison), Heather White (Michael); and sisters, Florence Yasuda and Nora Inaba.

Services were held on Monday, July 22 at 6 PM at Flanner and Buchanan, Washington Park East, 10722 E. Washington Street. He is to be interred in National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, HI.

Memorial contributions may be made to The National Parkinson's Foundation in Hagerstown, MD.

The Indianapolis Star


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