Kenneth R. Mayne

Sunday , March 09, 2014 - 11:31 AM

Contributed, Obituaries

On March 2, 2014 Kenneth R. "Bobby" Mayne passed away peacefullysurroundedbyfamilyinhishome in Sandy, Utah. DuringhistimeonearthKendidwhat we all hope to do, throughhisgenerousspiritandloveof life he left the world a better place. Ken was born in Salt Lake City, Utah to Blanche C. and Kenneth H. Mayne. Heattended Ogden High, received a Bachelors degree from theUniversity of Utah and a Masters from Claremont Graduate School.

His business career began at Hercules in 1961. He continued working in key executivepositions with corporations both in the US, Europe and Asiaincluding Ford Aerospace, Gould, Abex, IC Industries, Vickers, and Marketstar. Ken was also adirector on numerous global boards.

He successfully restructured over 40 companies and majoroperations and was recognized as a turnaround specialist and aninspirational leader. At times along the way of his corporate career, just for the fun of it, he participated in professional wrestlingmatches with his Dad and Brother. Ken also owned two restaurants, The Alpine Prospector Lodge and Hula Bowl Bar, Park City and Blanche's Bistro in Ogden. He had a tremendous love of life andenjoyed just about everything the outdoors had to offer, especially fishing.

Ken is survived by his loving wife Joanne Broderick Mayne, his brother Shawn Mayne, sister Jodi Davis, daughter CindyMcCullough (Todd) and four wonderful grandchildren, Alexandra Linsley, Mac Linsley, Olivia Koch, Shane Lyon (Amber) and great grandchild Parker Lyon, nephew Lonnie Mayne (Darcie) and their children Skyler, McKenzie, Colton and Brody, niece Heather Davis Detlefson (John), brother-in-law John Broderick and sister-in-lawDianna Hart. He is preceded in death by his parents Blanche and Kenneth as well as his brother Ronald "Lonnie".

Friends and family are invited to attend a FuneralServiceon Monday, March 10, 2014 at 2 p.m. at Larkin Sunset Gardens Chapel, 1950 E. 10600 S., Sandy, with a viewing one hour prior to the service.

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