December 15, 1950 ~ February 11, 2020

Born in: Tell City , Indiana
Resided in: Anderson, Indiana

Kenneth Wayne Bolin, age 69, of Anderson, Indiana, went to be with the Lord on February 11, 2020 at Community Hospital Anderson. He was born on December 15, 1950 in Tell City, IN to the late Alton and Margaret Bolin.

Post-graduation for Lawrence Central High School, Kenny worked for Sealed Air for 33+ years. Kenny was a dedicated member of North Anderson Wesleyan Church for several years. God was a huge part of Kenny’s life and you would know that just by the way Kenny lived. Kenny didn’t know a stranger and was a loving and caring husband, dad, grandpa, and friend. Kenny was an avid chess player and loved to spend time on certain nights playing euchre. He was very competitive in all the games and activities he did with his family and friends. His friends at UAW held a special place in his heart. There was nothing Kenny loved more than cookouts and barbeques with his family. They all were so important to him. You would often find Kenny doing woodworking any time he could. He loved old western shows and ghost hunting with his children. Kenny is going to be painfully missed by all who knew and loved him. His family finds comfort in knowing he is now in the arms of Jesus.

Kenny is survived by his loving wife Deborah “Debbie” (Bell) Bolin of 50 years; children Kenny Bolin (Jennifer), Shawn Layton (Todd), Holly Gibson (Pat), and Christopher Bolin (Ami); grandchildren Cody Layton (Alicia), Jordan Gibson, Kenneth Bolin, Chelsie Layton, Josh Gibson (Lane), Angel Bolin, Josh Lindamood, Dakota Ballard, and Hayden Ballard; 4 great-grandchildren; mother-in-law Delores Bell; sister Pam Bailey (Jack); step-brother Johnny Bolin (Robin); and tons of friends.

He is preceded in death by his parents listed above; father-in-law Leon Bell; sister Barbara Bolin; and brother Bobby Bolin.

A Celebration of Life will be held on February 16, 2020 at 2pm at North Anderson Wesleyan Church, 1947 E 240 N, Anderson, IN 46012. Prior to the Celebration of Life, a memorial dinner will be held in Kenny’s honor at the church beginning at 12pm.


Celebration of Life: February 16, 2020 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Room: North Anderson Wesleyan Church

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  1. Thanks Kenny for letting me be part of your family. I love and respected you and try to lead my life in a standard in which I think you would approve of

  2. RIP Kenny Wayne you were a important part of our family there are many waiting on you with open arms Fly high cousin ❤️

  3. Love I can’t imagine life without you. So I won’t. Your still here with me. My heartbeat is yourbeat. You always be the love of my life.I love you my one and only.

  4. Grandpa you wasn’t just a grandpa to me you was my fishing buddy my best friend the man I turned to when I didn’t know what to do one of the strongest men in the world make sure you catch enough fish for both of us up there

  5. Kenny you are going to be missed very Much. All I can think of is our past fishing experiences and tricks we played on people in our younger days. You’re going to be deeply missed brother-in-law. Love you and miss you.

  6. I got to know Kenny through the years and he was a great man who was loving and caring to all his family. How he always helped and supported others just showed his heart of gold. We will all miss him deeply but will never forget the memories we shared.

  7. Kenny you will be greatly missed by many. You were my sister’s rock and still are from heaven. Watch over her, you are now her guardian angel, she’s needs you now more than ever. We will all miss you forever.

  8. My Condolences are with the family. My love and prayers are with you guys. You were a very good man and a hard working man. Thank you for letting me be a part of your life when I was you will be missed by many.

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