Loving parents and grandparents Kenneth and Doris Pylman.
Kenneth Robert Pylman passed away on February 10th 2023 and Doris Iris (Fiedler) Pylman passed away on February 22nd 2023.
Kenneth was born on March 8th 1937 in Sacramento CA. to Robert and Julia Pylman. Ken grew up in Clarksburg CA, attending Bates Elementary and Courtland High School, class of 1954. Ken served in the US Army from 1957 to 1957 and was stationed in France. He was a member of the Sacramento River Delta Historical Society and Friends of the Clarksburg Library.
Ken was preceded in death by his parents, Robert and Julia Pylman and sister Susan Akin.
Doris was born on October 10th 1938 in Meadowvail MN to Charles and Florence Fiedler. When Doris was 3 years old, the family moved to Sacramento, CA. Doris attended Bret Harte Elementary, Stanford Jr High and C.K. McClatchy High School, class of 1956 and attended Sacramento City College. She was a member of P.E.O, La Perita Garden Club, and Sacramento River Delta Historical Society
Doris was preceded in death by her parents, Charles and Florence Fiedler and sister Ruby Angelos.
Ken was introduced to Doris by his best friend Jack Schmidt. Ken and Doris married in 1960 in Sacramento CA. They have three children, son Eric Pylman of Clarksburg CA, son Scott Pylman (Kelly) of Pioneer CA and daughter Julie Kerr (Dan) of Bothell WA. Ken and Doris have 12 grandchildren, Alexandra, Sophia and Gavin Kerr and Keith, Taylor, Caleb, David, Vanessa, Jeremiah, Damion, Roman and Rai Pylman. Ken and Doris and their family lived many places in California, but were happy to come home to Clarksburg.
Ken and Doris loved to travel and enjoyed taking many cruses together. They enjoyed spending time with family and friends and were always happy to host an event. Their hobbies included gardening, volunteering, traveling, listening to jazz music, and cooking.
Along with their children and grandchildren they are survived by Ken’s brother Richard (Ginna) of Billings MT. Doris’ Brother Charles (Dee Dee) of Ione CA.
The love Ken and Doris shared was amazing. They are deeply missed.