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Kenneth Hardis Jamison
December 10, 1941 ~ November 12, 2023 (age 81) 81 Years Old
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Kenneth Hardis Jamison passed away peacefully at Carolina Caring Hospice House on Sunday November 12, 2023 after surviving three strokes over the past seven years. Ken was born in Charlotte, NC on December 10, 1941 at Presbyterian Hospital Charlotte, the son of William Hardis Jamison and Bessie Williamson Jamison.
Ken was predeceased by his parents, his and Teresa’s beloved daughter Kayla Marie Jamison, his son from his first marriage, Charles Alan Jamison, his grandson Zachary Jamison, and sister Judy Jamison Tyson Helms.
Ken is survived by his faithful and caring wife of 34 years, Teresa Kiser Jamison, his daughter Brittany Louise Jamison, a son from his 1st marriage, Kenneth Jamison, Jr.; brothers William Michael Jamison (Laura) and Jack Lee Jamison and many nieces and nephews.
Ken enjoyed playing golf; he was an avid reader and after retirement would read three to four novels weekly. Ken was a jokester and loved nothing more than a good joke or prank. He loved God and accepted Jesus Christ as his lord and savior but also loved a good bottle of single malt scotch and Marilyn Monroe.
Ken was an electrical design engineer and worked for many years at Odell Associates, Inc., after 38 years, he went to work for United Engineering and later moved to RDK Engineers retiring at the age of 75. Ken was the electrical designer for many of Charlotte’s iconic buildings eventually specializing in hospital electrical design.
Ken was a member of Craig Avenue Associated Reform Presbyterian Church (ARP) for most of his life, later joined Forest Point Church, and attended Central Church. A farewell gathering will be held on Saturday, November 25 at 2:00 pm at Carolina Funeral Service & Cremation Center at 5505 Monroe Road, CharlotTe, NC 28212.