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Kenneth Ray Schweer

Kenneth Ray Schweer, age 80, of Branson, Missouri.

Kenneth Ray Schweer, age 80, of Branson, Missouri, went to his eternal home in Heaven on June 2, 2024. Kenneth was born in Washington, Missouri, on February 17, 1944, to Kenneth and Naomi Schweer of Owensville, Missouri. During high school, he met the love of his life Margaret (nee. Lipskoch) of Mount Sterling and married her on August 24, 1963. They moved to Bolivar, Missouri, in 1981, where they remained until retirement in 2017, after which they moved to Branson, Missouri.

Kenneth started his employment at Brown Shoe Factory on week after high school graduation, he then went on to employment with Alton Box Co, Chrysler, then owned his own truck route for Tom’s Peanut, and drove cross-country trucking before starting his own business, K&M Janitorial and Carpet Cleaning in Bolivar, Missouri.

Kenneth loved to hunt, fish, and learning to survive in the woods but most of all, he loved his Savior and his family.

He is survived by his wife of sixty years, Margaret; daughters: Lisa Taylor of Branson, Missouri, Madonna Krebs of Fairland, Oklahoma, and Kendra Babcock of Livonia, Michigan; and sons-in-law: Andrew Krebs and Jacob Babcock. He was blessed with eight grandchildren: Malissa Unger (nee Taylor), Emilee Curbow (nee Taylor), Drew Taylor, Caleb Krebs, Ethan Krebs, Makaela Krebs, Nathanial Babcock, and Hannah Babcock; six great-grandchildren: Mia Unger, Max Unger, Macy Unger, Jordan Curbow, Rylee Curbow, and Kinslee Curbow; and brother, Randy Schweer of Owensville, Missouri.

He was preceded in death by his parents; one brother, Richard Schweer; son, Kendall Scott Schweer; son-in-law, Timothy Taylor; and parents-in-

law: Harvey and Margaret Lipskoch (nee Gove) of Mount Sterling, Missouri.

No services will be held. The family requests any memorial contributions be sent to Legacy Academy, 949 Historic State Highway 165, Branson, Missouri 65616. Arrangements and cremation are under the direction of Cremations of the Ozarks. To leave an online condolence or share a memory, please visit

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