Kenneth Korwin of Hopewell Township passed away peacefully at home after a brave battle with pancreatic cancer on Tuesday, February 7, 2023. He was 69.
Ken was born on February 4, 1954, at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan, New York. Ken was the second child of the late Bernard and Hana (ne Rosner) Korwin and is predeceased by brother Glenn.
Kenneth is a 1972 graduate of Roslyn High School in Roslyn, New York, and maintained a lifetime friendship with his band of friends, ""The Cavaliers"". Ken would return to Roslyn annually on Thanksgiving morning to play in the Turkey Bowl with the Cavaliers, a tradition he shared with his children. Ken received his B.A. in Chemistry in 1976 from Alfred University where he was a brother of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity.
In his career, Ken worked at the forefront of the personal computing revolution working for industry titans IBM, Apple Computer, and Microsoft. Ken founded and managed his software sales agency called ATM Associates for 10 years. Ken would go on to become a successful and trusted financial advisor for many grateful clients.
From a young age, Ken had a fascination with flight. He received his private pilot license at age 19 and would pilot aircraft regularly his entire life. Ken would go on to serve as Captain and volunteer pilot in the Twin Pine Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol where he flew on search and rescue missions during local natural disasters. He later became a flight instructor and mentored several licensed pilots.
Ken is survived by his wife Kathryn (ne McLoughlin) and their four children Lindsay (Mariel), Adam, Timothy (Erica), and Stephen (Kaitleen), his sister Deborah, and grandchildren Silas and Desmond. A large extended family including mother-in-law Bridget McLoughlin (ne Shaughnessy), siblings-in-law, nieces, and nephews further survive Ken.