"Grizz" Ken England, 50, entered into eternity on October 10, 2016, from his home in Hernando, MS with his girlfriend by his side. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, October 23 at Longview Point Baptist Church in Hernando. He was a member of Church of the Rockies in Red Lodge, MT, where he formerly lived. Mr. England was born and raised in Monroe, MI and spent much of his adult life in Adams County, Ohio before traveling out west and finally settling in Montana. Mr. England's primary occupation was fence building but he had other jobs as well, such as auctioneering, trapping, and trading. Grizz was an avid outdoorsman and loved hunting, trapping, fishing, camping, and riding in the mountains. Not only was he an outdoorsman he also was an avid collector and trader of guns and knives. Other hobbies included photography, movie-watching, bonfires, gold mining, and searching for treasures and antiques from yard sales and flea markets.
A memorial service was held at his home church on Sunday, October 16 at Church of the Rockies in Red Lodge, Montana. A family memorial service will be held at a later date at Fall Creek Falls State Park in Tennessee. Survivors include his girlfriend and her son, Karen and Josh Agner of Hernando, MS; daughter, Casey Hawkins (William) of Genoa, OH; son, Kenny Bores of Bolles Harbor, MI; mother, Mary "Butch" Garrison of Georgetown, OH; sister, Judy Lynn Guice (John) of Rome, GA; and half-sister, Brittany Rains (Christopher) of Monroe, MI; grandchildren, William III, Jackson, and Lola Hawkins; and many aunts, uncles, and cousins. He was preceded in death by his father, Ed Garrison and a half-sister, Brooke Lawson.
Hernando Funeral Home