Kenneth Robert Baisey, Sr.

September 22, 1944 - September 24, 2017

09/22/1944 - 09/24/2017

Kenneth Robert Baisey, Sr., 73, passed away on Sunday, September 24, 2017 at his home in Virginia Beach, VA.

Kenneth was born on September 22, 1944 in Nash County, NC to the late Clyde M. Baisey, Sr. and Thelma Louise Judge Baisey.  Kenneth was a Chief Warrant Officer in the US Navy.  He served for 20 years aboard a submarine and worked as a Supply Officer.

In addition to his parents Kenneth was preceded in death by his beloved wife, Camilla Moore Baisey.

Kenneth is survived by his daughter, Sara Elizabeth Trickie and husband Jerry of Chesapeake, VA; his sons, Kenneth R. Baisey, Jr. and wife Susie of Norfolk, VA and William Scott Baisey and wife Elyse of Lewistown, PA; his sisters, Linda Reinker and husband James of Clifton Park, NY, Vicki Davenport and husband Phil of Nashville, Jane Martin and husband Lowell of Southport, Judy Mixson and husband Johnathan of Lodge, SC, Dorothy Suit and husband Charles of Scotland Neck, and Debra Marlowe of Bolivia; his brothers, Clyde M. Baisey, Jr. of Enfield and Charles Baisey and Stephanie of College Station, TX; two grandchildren, Madeline Baisey and Tyler Huckaby; and many nieces and nephews.

A private funeral service will be held.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made directly to Hope Free Will Baptist Church, 8772 Highway 258, Scotland Neck, NC  27874 or online by clicking here.

Letchworth Funeral Home in Scotland Neck is handling arrangements for the Baisey family and online condolences can be directed to the family by visiting

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The Rivers Family
6 years ago

Offering our sincere condolences to the family. I am so very sorry for the loss of your dear loved one. No doubt this is a very difficult time for the family. Please find comfort in knowing that soon our Heavenly Father (Psalm 83:18) will give those who have fallen asleep in death the opportunity to live again (Rev. 21:4,5) and serve him in a world under much better conditions than what we see today. (Psalm 37:29) May these scriptures bring comfort and calmness of heart to you at this time. Please accept our deepest sympathy.