In Memory

Kenneth Speranza

Kenneth Speranza

KENNETH CRAIG SPERANZA Kenneth Craig Speranza, 45, of Palm Beach Gardens, Fl died February 18 in Grand Lake, CO. Born in Durham, NC, he was a resident of Palm Beach Gardens for 20 years, moving from St. Petersburg, FL. Survivors include his wife, Kathryn Speranza of Palm Beach Gardens, FL; two sons, Kenneth Charles and Michael Karl ; his parents, Charles and Hildegard Speranza of St. Petersburg, FL; sister Virginia Freund of Hudson, FL; twin brother Kevin Speranza of West Palm Beach, FL; paternal grandmother, Domenica Speranza of Margate, FL; and five nieces and three nephews. Kenneth was a graduate of the University of South Florida in Tampa where he received his Bachelors Degree in Finance in 1982. In 1997, prompted by his entrepreneurial spirit he began his own business, MMATS Professional Audio Inc. He was also an avid outdoorsman. He was ordained into his ministries in 1982 as a sub deacon in the New Apostolic Church. In 1998 he was ordained a priest, and in 2001 a Bishop.

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08/24/19 02:41 PM #1    

Tracie Silas (Rusch)

This breaks my heart! Kenneth was the only person in the New Apostolic Church that was kind to me. Although it is technically a cult and I was only there for a couple of years, Kenneth treated me like I was a good friend. I'll never forget the hours we used to spend in the senior dining room playing (pretend) penny-anti black jack. I'm grateful for those games because it taught me, at an early age, that I can NEVER gamble! He always won & I always kept saying "double or nothing!". If we had been playing for real money, God help me laugh ! That has always stuck with me so, since then, I have never put myself in the position where I would be able to gamble. I also remember a time that he wanted McDonald's and was going to treat so he let ME drive his car to go pick it up. That was AWESOME! He was a really kind-hearted, decent guy. One that I was honored to call my friend. I'm so sorry this happened to him. It's sad when the good one dies.God bless you Kenneth!

06/29/22 03:39 PM #2    

Catherine Combee (Barber)

Ken was a true friend! I remember him stopping by my house when he would see me out front washing my car. I remember many conversations. He was an all-around good guy.

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