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Kenneth Lee Elsasser

March 17, 1949 ~ July 12, 2020

Kenneth Lee Elsasser, 71 of Port Saint Lucie passed away Sunday, July 12, 2020.


Ken, words cannot explain how much we love and miss you.  I promise to take really good care of Cody and I know one day we’ll see each other again.  Your Loving Wife, Lilly


My Uncle Kenny was always the tallest man in a room, always with that mustache and those beautiful eyes. He was a soft and warm presence in the room. He was the only man who ever called me sweetheart that actually made it sound loving and sweet. That word will always be his word, it was what he called all the girls in his life that he loved.


He was a man who loved music, technology, sports, family, and above all, his sons. You can see when you look at these pictures, the way he embraced Cody with such pride and the way he was unabashedly beaming with so much love for him. He always spoke of Scott with such esteem and admiration. His sweet baby Kevin that never got to grow up, he loved wholeheartedly. His sons were his pride and joy.


He was a hard worker and was employed at Home Depot on Gatlin Blvd., in Port St. Lucie.


Family was so important to him, more than most.  He was the loving husband and partner to Lilly for over 26 years Attending any family gathering was a priority always. He would take the day off, make the drive, if family was near he was going to be there. He loved his brothers and sister fiercely. As they got older, you could see the concern and care as he looked at his younger siblings, always wanting to be reassured they were okay and taken care of.


He would inquire about your well being and you knew he genuinely wanted what was best for you. He did not have an easy life or a life without fault but that was one of the greatest things about him. He was always resilient and evolving and had epic comebacks. Like quitting smoking after 50+ years, or when he picked up and moved to PSL and bought his beautiful house that he worked so hard for and was so proud of. It was never too late and he was never too old to make big changes and better his life. He didn’t get stuck in ruts, no matter how deep. He had traumatic losses and always looked ahead, an uphill battle and marched it one foot after another until he reached.


He was a hard worker and was employed at Home Depot on Gatlin Blvd., in Port St. Lucie.


In addition to his wife, Lillian and sons, Scott and Cody, Ken is survived by his brother Terry McNeal (wife Jacqueline); sister, Sue Hasson; numerous nieces and nephews.


Ken was preceded in death by his mother, Mary McNeal; brother, Robert Elsasser and son, Kevin Elsasser.



Jessie Chevalier

July 16, 2020, 9:00 pm

I’m not sure what to say in the face of such a difficult loss. Just want you to know that I care about you, and I share in your sadness. Ansceau and I will miss his smile and friendly wave from across the street.
“Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted.” –Matthew 5:4

Terry McNeal

July 19, 2020, 8:49 pm

My brother is now with Mom, Bobby and his baby boy. I will miss you but know you are surrounded by our family and safe.

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