Enneth Mcclain Obituary | On August 21, 2021, Kenneth “Kenny” Alfonzia McClain, 33, from Providence, Rhode Island, unfortunately passed away in Rhode Island Hospital as a result of the injuries he sustained.
He was the devoted son of Hope and Robert “Beanie” Johnson, as well as Alexander McClain and Robbyn Hines-McClain, who passed away before his birth. Kinzel and Kayden McClain, his kids, will carry on his legacy after his passing. He is also survived by his six siblings:
Alexandria McClain, Kiara McClain, Alexander McClain, Alexis McClain Jackson, Rania Johnson, and Malia Johnson. His parents also predeceased him. In addition to his biological siblings, he is survived by 12 other brothers and sisters from his extended family:
Robert, Jerica, Niamah, Amani, Jabriel, DaShauna, Malcolm, Aisha, Ruqayyah, Robert III Johnson, and Jasmine and Chantel Hines.
McArthur and Shelia Rance, his maternal grandparents, will be left behind. His maternal grandmother, the late Judy Thomas, as well as his great-grandmother, the late Ethel McCullough, both passed away before he was born.
His maternal grandparents, Leslie McClain and Robert Morris, as well as his great-grandmother, Carolyn Davies, passed away before he was born. His paternal great-grandmother also passed away before he was born. Kenny is survived by a large number of cousins, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends.
Kenneth attended Hope High School in Providence, Rhode Island, and graduated with the class of 2006. Kenneth aimed to have a successful career in the building industry and eventually work as a carpenter. He gave his mother an undertaking to construct a home for her.
In addition to that, he found great pleasure in assisting his grandfather with the family landscaping business alongside his father.
His granddad, who goes by the name “Rance,” had a grin on his face because Kenny was a dependable, diligent partner who matched his level of activity.
Kinzel Thomas was Kenny’s cousin and uncle, and the two shared a unique relationship. Kenny liked Kinzel so much that he chose to name his firstborn kid after him. Kenny’s favourite things to do were to play basketball and spend time with his family.
Kenny’s grandfather was the head coach of the D2L Basketball Team at Faith Christian Center while Kenny was a teenager and he played basketball for the team. Kenny was well liked by a large number of people due to his contagious smile, excellent sense of humour, and laid-back nature.
At the Keefe Funeral Home, located at Five Higginson Avenue in Lincoln, Rhode Island, visitation will be held on August 27th from 4pm to 5pm, and the funeral ceremony will immediately follow from 5pm to 7pm. The burial will be carried out in secret. Masks are obligatory for every service.
Instead of flowers, the family requests that memorial contributions be sent in Kenneth McClain’s name to the Nonviolence Institute, which can be found at 265 Oxford Street, Providence, Rhode Island 02905.
Kenneth R. McClain, age 56, of Attleboro, Massachusetts, formerly of Brockton, Massachusetts, went to be with the Lord on February 8, 2022 at the HopeHealth Hulitar Hospice in Providence, Rhode Island. He had been a resident of Brockton, Massachusetts.
On February 10, 2018, he wed the woman who would become his wife, Flojona Desroches McClain. He was Flojona’s spouse.
Memorial and viewing ceremonies for Kenneth Charles McClain, 38 years old, an Oak Forest resident whose body was discovered in Natalie Creek on Tuesday, have been scheduled by family and friends of the deceased man.
According to his family, Donald and Carol McClain raised their son, who was known to his family as “Kacey.” According to an obituary that was posted on the website of Brady-Gill Funeral Home, the deceased guy was a brother to three people in addition to being an uncle to four nieces and nephews.
McClain was reportedly discovered by authorities on Tuesday afternoon in Natalie Creek, which is located close to his residence on the 15500 block of Long Avenue.
As of Thursday, officials from the Office of the Medical Examiner had not determined a cause of death for the deceased. According to the police, they are awaiting the results of the toxicological reports.
You can find additional details regarding the memorial for McClain here.The family asks that anybody who is moved to do so in Kenneth’s memory make a donation to WBEZ, NPR, or a local library.
Since completing his oncology residency at the University of Minnesota forty years ago, Dr. McClain has focused all of his clinical and research efforts on histiocytic illnesses.
This work has been ongoing ever since. Since 1986, he has been working as a Professor of Pediatrics at the Texas Children’s Cancer Center in Houston.
This institution is located in Houston. In 2002, he established a centre for the treatment of histiocytosis, which was later joined by Dr. Carl Allen in 2006. They worked together to build a solid clinical programme, which has resulted in a large number of patients coming from all over the world.
They have built effective translational research projects with collaborators from various other institutions thanks to the enormous quantity of specimens obtained from patients who joined in research programmes.
Patients with LCH who have neurologic dysfunction have been a particular focus of research, which has led to the development of novel treatments and a deeper knowledge of the biological underpinnings of this issue.
Since Dr. McClain began his career about 30 years ago, he has been providing medical care to adult patients who suffer from histiocytic illnesses.
He served as the previous president of the Histiocyte Society, was on the organization’s education and scientific committees, and collaborated with the Adult, HLH, LCH, and Rare Disease committees. In addition, he was awarded the Histiocyte Society’s Distinguished Service Award.