Ken Dale Voller Dead & Obituary: The USS Kansas City – LCS 22 Combat Systems Port Engineer Has Died

Ken Dale Voller Dead & Obituary: It is with profound sadness that we mourn the unexpected passing of Ken Voller, our esteemed Combat Systems Port Engineer (CSPE) aboard USS KANSAS CITY (LCS 22). Ken was not just a colleague but a cherished member of our crew, and his loss has deeply affected us all.

Dedication and Professionalism

Ken’s dedication to his role as CSPE was unparalleled. He exemplified the highest standards of professionalism and worked tirelessly to ensure the combat readiness of our ship. His expertise and commitment were invaluable, earning him the respect and admiration of everyone who had the privilege of serving alongside him.

Warm Personality and Lasting Impact

Beyond his professional contributions, Ken’s warm personality and infectious smile brightened our days on the deckplates. He had a unique way of connecting with each of us, often checking in with his coffee in hand, ready to offer support and share a laugh. His love for his family was evident in every conversation, and he spoke of them with great pride and affection.

Reflection and Legacy

As we come to terms with this loss, we reflect on the profound impact Ken had on our crew and our ship. His legacy will endure in the memories of those who had the privilege of knowing him. We extend our deepest condolences to Ken’s wife, son, and loved ones during this difficult time. Our thoughts are with them as they navigate this profound loss.

Very Respectfully,

CDR Brian Bungay
Commanding Officer

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Ken Voller will be dearly missed, but his spirit and dedication will continue to inspire us as we carry forward his legacy aboard USS KANSAS CITY. In honoring his memory, we recommit ourselves to upholding the standards of excellence that Ken exemplified throughout his service.