Kenneth Morrow

09/21/1948 - 01/11/2024

Kenneth Morrow

09/21/1948 - 01/11/2024

Kenneth Morrow, 75, of Louisville, Kentucky passed away on January 11, 2024. 

Kenneth is survived by his devoted wife of 23 years, Wanda Sue Morrow; his daughter, Kristy (Mickey) Burress; son, Bryon Morrow; stepdaughters, Amy Hall and Kelly Campbell; brother, Jim "Bo"(Lynn) Morrow; grandchildren, Michael (Jaclyn) Burress, Ryan Burress, Zachary (Sarah) Monroe, Lindsey Parrott, Madison Cambron, and Mackenzie Carpenter; and five great-grandchildren.

Kenneth joins his heavenly resting place preceded by his father, Charles "Earl" Morrow; mother, Flonnie Greene Hikes; and brothers, Terry and Mark Morrow.

He was a member of the Knights Athletic Club, he found joy in golfing during his later years. His dedication extended to the Kenwood Heights Christian Church, where he coached Upwards Basketball, leaving a lasting impact on the young lives he touched.

In his earlier years, Kenneth was a dedicated softball player, showcasing his athletics with the Zepplin AC. A proud fan of the University of Kentucky, if you knew Kenneth, you knew the passion he held for his team.

Professionally, Kenneth dedicated over two decades to the Property Valuation Administration, contributing his skills and knowledge. Additionally, he made a mark in the real estate world, serving as a real estate agent for 20 plus years with Ollie Brown Realtors.

There will be a Celebration of Life for Ken at Kenwood Heights Christian Church on Saturday, January 20, 2024 from 4:00pm to 6:00pm with the service at 6:00pm. 

In lieu of flowers the family asks that donations be made to the American Cancer Society as it was one of Ken's favorite charities to donate to. 

Condolences (8)

Genevieve Elliot

When I worked for the PVA Ken was my boss. He made me feel so capable and comfortable. He really enjoyed making people feel a part of a team and realize that good work in anything was something to be proud of. I will always cherish the memories I have working for him. He is truly missed

maetta broadus

Mr. Morrow was an impeccable supervisor. I so looked forward to him greeting me every day at the PVA. Mr. Ken Morrow holds a comforting element to my soul, and he will be missed immensely, by all that he touched with his effervescent personality. the joyous love which he provided was beyond human expression.
Thank you, Heavenly Father, for allowing me the privilege of meeting one of your fleshed wrapped angels.
My condolences and prayers to all of his loved ones

Ellis Morrow

I will surely miss my nephew, whom I love very much. Thank you, Jesus for will be together again in Heaven.

Ben Finn

Ken was a very good friend and colleague of mine over the past 12 years at the PVA. In addition to being my supervisor, we shared almost daily walks on break and many rounds of golf the past several years. Ken was a very intelligent man and is greatly missed at the PVA . May God rest his soul. My condolences to his wife Wanda and all his family.

Charlie Nix

Wanda my thought and prayers are with you all. I didn’t know Ken as well as some others, like my sis Sharon Locke, but I do know that he loved coaching Upward and you guys were in my Sunday school class. I prayed for Ken but God was ready for him to come home. God bless you sweetie. Love