Kenneth Ray Bogart
January 19, 1967 - May 6, 2022

Kenneth Ray Bogart of Arbyrd Missouri went home to be with the Lord on May 6, 2022 in the comfort of his own home after a battle with cancer. Born January 19, 1967 in Watervliet, Michigan to the late Gene and Modest Marie Wilburn Bogart. He was a mechanic, welder, iron worker, and his strong work ethic showed. During his past time his hobbies included being outdoors, fishing, derbies, four-wheeler riding, bbq'ing, and just spending quality time with his grand babies, family, and friends. He was a cherished and beloved father, husband, papa, brother, uncle, nephew, and friend. Always just a phone call away to anyone in need. A simple, yet Godly family man. Survivors include his wife Rose Marie Bogart of the home. His children: Letisha Webster of Paragould; Larry (Leah) Reed of Paragould; Nicholas (Jacie) Bogart of Tulsa Oklahoma; Jessica (Robert) Ford of Stillwell Oklahoma; and Ashley LeeAnn Lambert-Moore of Manila. His siblings; Melinda (Gayle) Kester of Oklahoma; Gene (Valerie) Bogart of Mississippi; Bonnie Price of Utah, and Patricia (John) Yarn of Arkansas. Blessed with thirteen grandbabies and a host of family, friends, and co-workers. He was proceeded in death by his parents and many other loved ones. A celebration of life will be at a later date, services have not been planned at this time. Kenny’s family thanks you for your thoughts and prayers.

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  1. Beverly Wilburn, Kennett, MO says

    I met Kenny in 1969. He was my boyfriend's (later spouse) nephew. Kenny was 2 years old at the time. I thought he was one of the cutest 2 year-olds ever. Having been in his family now for 53 years I am proud to have had him call me Aunt Beverly. He was a good man. He certainly leaves a big hole in many hearts and will be loved and missed forever. RIP Kenny.

  2. Kathy Wright, Dowagiac Michigan says

    I love you, I will miss talking to you...I will see you in heaven...your pain is gone and you are embarrassed by all that have gone before....

  3. Rebecca Holt, says

    I will never forget how Kenny always welcomed me into his home and never hesitated to treat me like family. He was one of the good ones and will truly be missed. Prayers for Marie and everyone as they adjust to life without him here. Love to you all!

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