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Kenneth Monroe Davis died May 15, 1996.

Born September 23, 1905 in Wisconsin to Helen and Edgar Davis. After finishing his studies he worked for the General Electric Company in Chicago and in the family trucking business in Wisconsin. In 1930 he and Roberta Amelia Goodhue were married.Several years later they moved to the west coast. During World War II, Kenneth was controller of the Eitel-McCullough Company in Salt Lake City, a vital defense industry manufacturing radar tubes.

Following the war the Davis family were once again in San Francisco where he was associated with the W. B. Brandt Company, Lloyd's of London insurance broker. A few years later the Davis family returned to Salt Lake City when he became controller of the Galigher Mining and Manufacturing Company, a position he held for 22 years. He was long active in the Salt Lake City chapter of the National Association of Cost Accountants. Kenneth and Roberta resided in Bountiful for a number of years. They shared a love for the open road; during their extensive auto trips they repeatedly crisscrossed their favorite southwestern lands as well as visiting relatives living in various parts of the country. He was an active member of the Oakridge Country Club, enjoying golf until he was 80.

Kenneth was preceded in death by his wife, Roberta, in 1987.

Survivors include a son and daughter, Richard and Donna, six grandchildren and a number of great grandchildren.

Private family services and interment will be at the Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park.

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