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Kenneth Wade Raney of Carrollton passed away Thursday, June 7, 2018.
After a short battle with cancer, his heavenly Father called him home where he now has been perfectly healed.
Kenneth was born June 11, 1957 in Corsicana to Oleta Arnett Raney and Grover Raney. He graduated from Corsicana High School in May of 1975. Soon after he joined the military, where he went on to become a proud Sergeant in the United Marine Corps.
Ken Married his loving wife, Joyce in August of 2000 and they lived in Carrollton. He worked as the project manager in Facilities and Construction for the city of North Richland Hills.
Ken loved the Lord first and his family followed closely behind. He was not a man who sought worldly treasures, but a humble and kind servant and a heart full of thankfulness for all of God's blessings.
He was preceded in death by his mother and father, brother Grover Earl Raney, sister Rose Ann Raney and grandparents, Frank and Lena Arnett, Aaron G. and Carrie Raney.
He leaves as his legacy two children and three step-children, Jennifer Wooten and Kerwin of Frisco, Daniel Raney of Carrollton, Demetrius Galban and Kim of Houston, Gabriel Galban of Carrollton Alisha Galban and Janna of Mesquite.
He carried so close to his heart his precious grandchildren, Kessler, Addison, Sterling, Chandler, Harper, Madison, Mackenzee, Makaleigh, Elijah, Zach and Gracie. Ken also leaves 14 siblings to cherish sweet memories, Ronnie and Theresa Raney, Shelby and Laura Raney, Frankie and Michael Whisenant, Lena Farmer, Beth and Dean Ginn, Joyce and Clyde Smalling, Peggy Gunnels, Charlotte and Mike Cordell, Elton and Linda Raney, Steven Raney, Henry and Charlie Raney and Audrey and Nathan Harris, along with numerous nephews, nieces and cousins and his very special, one in a million, aunt Jo Ann Tomlin.
Visitation will begin at 10 a.m. Thursday, June 14, 2018 with funeral services to follow at 11:30 a.m. at Calvary Worship Center in Corsicana with Dr. Gary Johnson officiating.
The family request any donations be made to Calvary Worship Center, Ken's home church.
A USMC service with military honors will be held Monday, July 9, 2018 at the Dallas Fort Worth National Cemetery, 2000 Mountain Creek Parkway, Dallas, TX 75211.
Arrangements made by North Dallas Funeral Home.
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