Ken Sann

Not the blog update I was expecting to write today.

I was expecting to write a small ride report; it’s my day off from the kids (they’re both in daycare on Wednesdays) and I was hoping to run a few errands on the motorcycle and then head over to the coast for lunch.  My intent was to update the blog with some photos of the Lemos Farm horse (of course!), some sun, some ocean, some motorcycles.

Instead I post just one photo.

This picture was taken on June 28, 2002, on the first group ride.  Some of us NorCal folk met some SoCal folk in San Simeon.  We saw some elephant seals, visited Hearst Castle, and met some friends that as it turned out, lasted a lifetime.

Some of those lifetimes were way too short.




That’s a photo of his daughter there in his tank bag.  He spent all weekend talking about her.  She was, he said, “the best little girl in the world.”  In fact, that was his tagline on STN.

I don’t really have any more words.  RIP, Ken.  We all love you and know you were the best big daddy in the world.

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8 Responses to Ken Sann

  1. Linda says:

    I’m sorry for your loss. He looks like a good guy.

  2. Kim says:

    I’m so sorry for the loss of your friend. Life is fragile. Handle with prayer.

  3. Kendra says:

    Great picture. So sad for the loss of your friend, Carolyn. He was fortunate to know you, too.

  4. CLAY says:

    That sucks- I just heard. I have chatted with Ken on FB several times, but never met him in person. Life can be far too short. He was a good man- there are too few.

  5. Don says:

    Does anyone know what happened?

  6. Steven Pinkus says:

    Ken was a life long friend of mine. We were friends at Hebrew school when I was 5 years old. My friend I live you I miss you you gone way to soon.

  7. Aly Sann says:

    I realize this is exteremly late. But I cannot begin to express my gratitude towards every person who has kept my dad in their thoughts. Your blog post here and the posts I was able to see on STN gave me strength and reminded me of the many lives my dad touched. Words cannot express how appreciative I am. And how lucky I feel to have had Ken be my dad. It still makes me smile to read “bestest little girl in the world” as if I could still hear him say it. Thank you so much for your kind words.

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