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KG’s Blog Post #33 – 1/27/10 12:59pm

Hello My Friends,

I’m disgusted with myself for what i am about to do and say.  I can’t hold back my pain and emotions in reference to Hunter’s family. I believe I am dishonoring the death of my son, but the human in me is failing at doing the honorable thing.  This will be my last blog on the awful situation.

I will not even comment on the letter submitted by my once daughter Brooke. It is all public knowledge in the courthouse on all my fights regarding visitation of my son.
The mother of these 3 children have two different fathers and they both have been so called awful dads. We both lost out on our children. The thought once can be true, but two really show the story is just obvious.

I know that when God brings me home I will be able to look him in the face and know I did not dishonor him in regards to Hunter.

On another point, I would like to tell you about Mr. Munch.  Since I found out about Hunter’s death, he has stuck to me like clue.  It’s amazing even at 5 1/2 months he can sense that his daddy is not feeling right.
I thank you all for your kind words and i wish you all the best.
Please forgive me for my anger and emotions.


112 Responses to “KG’s Blog Post #33 – 1/27/10 12:59pm”

  1. richie w says:

    3/15/2010 hey kenny winners dont quit so keep onkeeping on. you were born a winner.

  2. marky mark says:

    K Kenny your the best…never give up…i don’t know a soul that has heard of these tragedies that is not pulling for your every success 100%….God Bless K Green

  3. Libby Hodgin says:

    It is incomprehensible that anyone could be so ungrateful and forget the love and care given to them by Ken. We always enjoyed Ken’s company; he was like a son to me and Norman. After my husband passed away, Ken took me to tournaments with him and those were certainly very special times for me. We remain very close and my heart grieves with him during this difficult time.

  4. Jean says:

    Sometimes the love for one parent blinds us to the love of the other parent. Instead of crucifying Brooke, I think we should all pray for her sadness.

  5. BeccaM says:

    So sad and so sorry to say that Brooke is not a good person. I detest my stepchild’s mother, but I would NEVER, EVER, do something even remotely similar to this in a situation like this. Brooke will, one day, suffer her own judgment (as will we all).

    May some peace surround you during this difficult time. The thoughts, prayers, and best wishes of sooo many people are with you.

  6. Pasul Baker says:

    Ken: A winner has to overcome a lot of hurdles and you have hade more than your share and became a winner. To those of us who know the side not always seen, hang in there. Keep up the fight. You’re on the 18th hole..you have a side hill five-footer, and I’m betting on you to make it. Paul Baker

  7. Flo Godino says:

    Thank you, Katie Youngblood for speaking the truth for Ken. I have known Ken since he was a young man and he is truly one of the best human beings I have ever had the privilege to know. I also knew Hunter when he was a little boy–the strife in his home because of his mother was very evident even then–Hunter was always used as a pawn by Ellen. Her two other children should be ashamed of themselves–Ken treated them as his own. He paid for private schools, surgery for Brad’s ears and gave them a wonderful home in spite of the constant aggravation with the mother. I can tell you all some horrific stories about the awful things Ellen did to Ken but none of that will bring Hunter back. All Ken wants to do is have the chance to grieve for his little boy and this horrible sick woman has made it impossible for Ken to view Hunters body. Ken, I don’t know how you have managed to survive all of this but please know that I am here for you and happy memories of Hunter with you will always be with me. If you can, the greatest thing you can do to honor Hunters memory is to rise above the B—- and her offspring and make us all proud of your achievements. You have been like a son to Jim and me and we love you dearly.
    Katie, your mom was a very special person. She gave Ken a lot of happiness at a time when they really needed each other.

  8. Judy says:

    Mr. Green, I do not know you and am not a golfer, but when I read about all the tragedy in your life, I was overwhelmed. It made me think of Mother Theresa’s words, “God never gives us more than we can handle but sometimes I wish He didn’t trust me so much.” I formulated my own philosophy during rough times (which were nothing compared to what you have dealt with and continue to go through). I feel that God created us in such a way that it’s impossible for us to understand some of the difficult situations He sends our way, but we must demonstrate our faith in Him in our ability to accept these situations without questioning Him. If we do a good job of that, He rewards us. Easier said than done, but please know that you will be remembered in my prayers. Stay strong and may God bless you always.

  9. Lynn B says:

    Ken, Just try to hold on. One minute, hour, day at a time. Don’t let the painful memories crowd out the beauty of Hunter’s life. You have been an inspiration to a lot of people. You have a right to be disheartened, but know that you have people who care about you and are praying for you. Please try to look at yourself through the Father’s eyes. He loves you and forgives you for any shortcomings. You have shown your courage under duress and He knows that.

  10. Montana Mike says:

    Hang tough Ken – Life isn’t fair!

    When you want to clear your head, give us a holler! Talkeetna, Alaska – new life adventures, where the road ends, and life begins – fishing, griz, space, fresh air, THE MOUNTAIN, something you might want to climb!

  11. drnorman says:

    Ken, you are on a long journey. Losing a son at such a young age on top of the accident and all that has followed – can be explained but never understood. We all want to remember how terrific you were in the face of this loss. You cannot make us respect you more. You can be kind to yourself for a change, maybe it will help.Do the right thing. All your fans are praying for you!

  12. crystal says:

    I came across your story tismorning,and i was upset with myself for i was crying and missing
    my english bulldog .and here you are missing your son ,i know you heared all sort of things but i know it is hard ,and wish you all the luck in the world.keep staying stronge and remenber god dont give us the ugly in are life,we bring that upon are self .i beleave everything happens for a reason,and for ever bad thing good will follow.
    warm regards crystal.

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