Kenneth Charles Volz, 78, died March 29, 2023, at the Bon Secours Hospice House.
Kenny was born on July 5, 1944, in New Orleans, LA, to Michael Carl Volz and Addie Sumrall Volz.
Kenny excelled in Track and Field and broke many records in High School. He loved LSU Football with his heart and soul. In his free time, he loved to garden, hunt, and fish. Kenny was a very strong Christian and shared the gospel with as many people as he could.
He is survived by his wife of 51 years, Jane Jeansonne Volz; his daughters Mindy (Sean) and Melissa (Jason) and his four grandchildren, Ava, Chase, Aubrey, and Martin.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Michael and Addie Volz, and his brother, Michel Volz.
Visitation will be held at 10 am and the Funeral will begin at 11 am on Friday, April 7, 2023, at Swift Creek Baptist Church, 7511 N. Spring Run Rd., Midlothian, VA 23112
In lieu of flowers, please donate to:
Bon Secours Community Hospice House
1133 Old Bon Air Rd.
My dearest baby brother, I can’t believe both you and Michel have passed. I have such a heavy heart. I’m so grateful to my daughter Staci for her and my flight out to visit with you, Jane, Melissa and her family. I miss you. Rest In Peace my little brother. I love you. Your sister, Pat. ❤️🙏🏻
So saddened to learn that Kenny has passed. We went through school together and then worked for Delta Air Lines
in New Orleans. Fond memories of a good friend and coworker. RIP Kenny.
My kind and loving Uncle, I cherish the great memories that I have of you. May you Rest In Peace. Your Niece Cindy. ❤
Dearest Jane and family our hearts are broken over your loss of Kenny. We will keep your family in our prayers. We know he is with our Lord Jesus. He is free of pain and free to Praise the Lord. He is happy to be in his eternal home. We love you.
Love Bob and Bonnie Fletcher
After serving with Ken in the Air Force and later working together at Delta Air Lines, we developed a long lasting friendship.
I came to know Ken as a clean living son of a gun…no drinking or cussing, despite the temptation. He was strengthened by his
Christianity and his wonderful wife Jane. God Bless you Ken. You will be greatly missed.
Melissa and family, I’m so sad to see this. What an amazing man. I remember him so well from our high school days. Thoughts and prayers with you all during such a hard time. Love, Lisa
So very sorry, Melissa, to hear about your dad. I just wanted you to know we were thinking and praying for you and your family. Love, Catherine
Sending my love and prayers to Kenny’s loved ones. He was a dear friend to my husband Dan and me for many years. He had a way of bringing out the best in others. It’s hard to express how he touched the lives of many, with his wit and love for the Lord. I will always remember him saying “It is what it is” and smiling. His love will remain in the hearts and souls of those he loved. Until we met again.
Love and prayers for you during this time of loss.
Thank you, Jimmy Mollere, for informing me of Kenny’s passing. From childhood to adulthood, I have known Kenny. I have fond memories of Little Farms Playground, where we played many games of touch football, basketball, etc. I remember Kenny’s dog, Chang, he had him well trained to come to his whistle. I also had the wonderful opportunity to work with Kenny at Delta Airlines. I remember how excited Kenny was when he met Jane. He knew she was the love of his life who he would spend the rest of his life with. Kenny’s kindness and generosity throughout his life is a testament to his faith. His passing is sad for everyone he left behind, but today he’s with Jesus and celebrating!