Died: Fri., Sep. 27, 2019

Interment following funeral service


10:00 AM to 11:00 AM, Thu., Oct. 10, 2019
Location: Friendship Missionary Baptist Church

Celebration of Life

11:00 AM Thu., Oct. 10, 2019
Location: Friendship Missionary Baptist Church

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Kenneth R. Scisney Jr. was born on April 7, 1971 to Wanda Marshall and Kenneth Scisney Sr. in Indianapolis Indiana.  He was their only son.


At an early age he adopted the nickname, “John” which his family friends and peers called him. He attended School #67, #90 and Robey Elementary School, Fulton Junior High School and graduated from Ben Davis High School.


John learned a trade in Quality Control, gained employment and became a father of four children. He attended Hudson Tabernacle C.M.E. Church, a church his family belonged to.


John enjoyed cars and sports and loved to watch the news. He was a fan of rap music and loved to listen to it loudly. He was a good friend, a loyal and respectable peer, and a loving father, grandfather, brother and relative.


When he was a teen, he dreamed of being “LL Cool J”. He will be mostly remembered for his smile, laugh, and silly jokes.


John departed this life at age forty-eight years old on September 27, 2019. He was preceded in death by his parents and one grandchild.


He leaves to cherish his memory four children, one daughter,   Kennetra; three sons, Ken III, Ken III “Scooter” and Tyler; eight grandchildren, Kaden, Sincere, Kelin, Santana, Jordan, Kolby, Dakota and Kynle;  three sisters, Kim, Erica, and Nicole; nieces, nephews, and a host of others that loved him dearly.



Humbly Submitted……………….The Family


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lisa Austin
   Posted Wed October 09, 2019

Wild Irish Cream was sent by Lisa and Terry Williams .

Kennetra, Kennth, Tyler and Kennth those we love don’t go away they walk beside us every day unseen, unheard but always near still loved still missed and very dear. Love and Prayers Aunt Lisa and Terry Williams

Connie Embra
   Posted Wed October 09, 2019
May you find comfort in John 14:2-3 knowing your loved one has gone to the place our Lord prepared for us to all live with Him throughout eternity. We never die. So until we meet again.

D.Bret Merideth
   Posted Fri October 11, 2019
Rest in peace, good buddy. We did not know each other well, but I will forever remember our short discussion. Keep an open bench available for me... so we can continue our discussion. I will bring the menthols !!!

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