Ken Jancy

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Kenneth Jancy
Nov 1, 1950 - Nov 1, 2011
Chi-Town Squares

Beloved life partner of Robert J. Sundal. Loving brother of Richard (Carol) Jancy. Cherished son of the late Emil and Helen Jancy nee: Jaworski.

Ken was a 9 year member of Chi-Town Squares. He was a former director and Yellow Rock recipient. He was also Class coordinator, delegate to the MCASD for 4 years, Crossfire Co-Chair 2005, Chair of Crossfire 2006 and Chi-Town's First Lady!

Join friends and family for food, drink and rememberances of Ken's life — bring your stories to share! Scots Bar, 1829 W. Montrose, 6:00-9:00 pm


Ken was somewhat reluctant to start square dancing saying, "I have 2 left feet!" After 4 lessons, he took a real liking to it. He enjoyed our classmates and found an activity that he never thought in a million years he would really enjoy. He even tried the girl part, although preferred boy. It was a real thrill to have him as a dance partner. — Bob Sundal

Ken was always a positive person. He always had a smile and would give you some of his positive energy. He was a tremendous person. — Jim Maxwell

When I think of Ken fondly in the future, and I will, the first word that will come to mind is "gentleman." From day one, Ken impressed me as a true gentleman with all of the qualities that you hope and expect to find therein - intelligence, humor, compassion and integrity. His passing is a great loss to the Chi-Town Squares family and creates a void that will be almost impossible to fill. Sincerely, — Claudine R. Kastner

Ken always cracked me up! I always liked dancing with Ken because he'd make the square so much fun. We always ribbed each other and I looked forward to shooting the breeze with him. Chi-Town has lost a really special person. Rest in peace, my friend. — Preston Cropp