Kenneth Floyd Bailey
The Burial Service will be held at 1:00 PM, June 12, 2013 at Lone Tree Cemetery in Hayward, California.
He is survived by Carol Lavon Clement Bailey, his loving wife of 59+ years.
He is also survived by son Kenneth Wayne Bailey and daughter-in-law Wendy Reiswig Bailey of Gualala, CA; granddaughters Brittany Alyssa Bailey Birwadker of San Francisco and Elyse Sharon Bailey of Carmichael, CA; and brother Lloyd Allen Bailey and his wife Reba Bailey of Hartman, Arkansas.
He was preceded in death in 1976 by his beloved 17 year old daughter Kimberley Lavon Bailey of Danville, Ca.; brothers Wayne Bailey and Leroy Bailey of Marysville, Ca., and sister Mildred Lorene Bailey Denna of Napa, Ca.
He is survived by nieces and nephews, friends and loved ones too numerous to mention.
Ken Bailey was proud to serve his country in the US Navy from 1951-1953, stationed in Alameda, Ca.
Ken graduated from San Jose State in 1962 with a 4.0 GPA, and was awarded a degree in Electrical Engineering. He was a past President of Tau Beta Phi.
In 1962 Ken worked with EG&G Inc. as Chief of Staff/Engineering and Research Development, Danville, California. Ken enjoyed the challenge of working within our national defense for weapon testing and the securing and disarming of enemy advances.
Tri Synetic Industries, Inc. was another accomplishment for Ken. As owner he enjoyed the “hands-on” challenge for grading and paving both road and site development within California.
In late 1990, Ken and his wife Carol relocated to Las Vegas Nevada. Ken enjoyed working with Wells Cargo, Freighner Const., and American Asphalt as an electrical engineer/chief estimator and manager for many large construction projects throughout the State of Nevada.
Ken had God’s gifted advanced knowledge and desire, far beyond most understanding. He continued his dream to search, and build a new and better world around us! Ken was a wonderful deep, loving and gentle husband, father and grandfather. He was a brother and uncle; a great friend to those who knew and loved him. We will always remember sharing his unforgettable life and his never ending love.