Kenneth Peterson


Ken Peterson, age 59, of Lakewood Ohio lost his battle with Leukemia on Tuesday, May 3rd 2022 at noon in Cleveland Clinic Main Campus with his wife and children by his side. He was born in Lowell, Massachusetts on December 13, 1962.

Entrepreneur and Innovator, Ken started K&L Concepts in 1993 to provide quality service and custom solutions for projects of all shapes and sizes. As a Jack of Trades and Master Carpenter, he could replace your alternator, drywall your home, and design you a stylish kitchen or bath. 

You could usually find him in his garage working on a project, watching old westerns, or the History/ Discovery Channels. As an avid enthusiast of classic cars and motorcycles he spent his younger years burning rubber at the track. Every Spring he would be outside sprucing up the yard and building his greenhouse vegetable garden. Ken made friends quickly with people of all walks of life with his engaging conversations and easy-going manner. 

Survived by wife Laura (Hiller), son Michael, daughter Nicole, and granddaughters Eleana Peterson and Hope Blair, Sisters: Marie Burbine, Diane Lippiello, Barbara Sullivan, Sherry Weiss (Tom), Pam Savoie (Paul), Lisa Dunlap (Benny), Marge Rhodes, and Brothers: Ralph Jr (Yvonne), Kevin, Douglas (Heidi). Along with numerous nieces, nephews, and fur babies. Preceded in death by Parents, Ralph and Barbara (Rice), sister Beverly Amato, and brother Edmund.

Family to hold Memorial Visitation on Friday, May 13, 2022 at Yurch Funeral Home, 5618 Broadview Road, Parma, Ohio 44134 from 11:00 AM to 12:45 PM. 

In lieu of Flowers Memorial Contributions can be made to the Lymphoma & Leukemia Society.




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  1. Amanda Foster says:
      I am so sorry for your family’s loss Nicole. You all are in my thoughts and prayers
  2. Bill Brink says:

    Laura and Michael, I am so sorry to hear of Ken’s passing. “Cowboy” as I called him was a great Guy and and excellent worker,
    Always recall the days at the Pardo with a smile.
    Take care,
    Bill Brink