It is with great sadness that the family of Kenneth J. Kile Jr , 43, of Joliet, Illinois, announces he was found deceased on November 3, 2012 following a long search after he went missing 1 1/2 years ago. He will be greatly missed by those who loved and still love him, but knowing that the pains of life are now beyond him will be the comfort that keeps his loved ones going.
He was born on April 9, 1969 In Joliet Illinois to Kenneth J. Kile Sr. and Sue A. (Kleemeier) Kile. He honorably served our country in the US Army during the Gulf War. Kenny was a very people going person, most of his employment dealt in sales because he could sweet talk anybody into purchasing whatever it was he wanted to sell. He also made chocolate suckers in his spare time to make extra money. He enjoyed making them and we enjoyed the smells coming out of the kitchen while he was making them and also just getting to spend time with him by helping him make them. Everybody who knows him will surely miss him hanging out in their kitchen for the day.
He will be lovingly remembered by his family that has survived him, his mother Sue A. Kile, his daughter Raquel Kile, his brothers William Kile, Wesley Kile, Bob Kile, Steven Kile, David Kile, and Michael Kile and his sisters Lori (Kile) Powell and Amanda (Kile) Moraira.
He is preceded in death by his father Kenneth J. Kile Sr. and his grandparents William and Agnes Kleemeier and Frank and Fran Kile.
An inurnment with military honors will be scheduled.