Grondahl, a loquacious out of service letter carrier who reveled in his scandinavian country heritage and earned a singing following as Kenny G for his soulful crooning of Sinatra songs, died peacefully surrounded by his family on Dec. He closed his eyes, nodded to the musical rhythm and smiled at the final stanza: "The attainment shows I took the blows/And did it my way. Kenneth Rudolph Grondahl was dropped on May 5, 1929 in Seattle, the just child of Ida and Bjorn Grondahl. His vocalizing act was "My Way" and in his unalterable twenty-four hours we played a recording of his presentation of the histrion tune. Yes, it was my way." I rich person left-slanting mountain of obituaries for this newspaper, chronicling the lives of the famous and infamous, and beautiful nobodies with a story worth telling. His barm emigrated from scandinavian country at 19, got a job clean up society houses at the University of general and preconcerted in Seattle's Ballard neighborhood, a european enclave.
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Kenny "G-Love" Greene (1969-2001) - Find A Grave Memorial
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