November 17, 1963 - February 11, 2021
Praise God the Angels are rejoicing in Heaven. On Thursday, February 11, 2021, Kenneth Ignatius Croxton, loving father and awesome brother passed away. God called his son home to be with him. Although we miss him dearly we know there is no greater gift than the gift of eternal life with Christ. Kenneth was born November 17, 1963 in Baltimore, Maryland to the late Benjamin Coombs and Sally Croxton. Kenneth completed his education in the Baltimore City Public School System. He held numerous job positions until he was no longer able to work. Kenneth was loving, kind and compassionate. He had a passion for doing handyman work. No matter how he felt, when called upon, he was there. He also enjoyed working with computers. He was an avid reader and excellent writer. He delighted in playing computer games and loved the word of God. The word consumed every ounce of his existence. Prayer and intercession was the foundation of his ministry. Kenny would always say “There is absolutely nothing impossible with God.” The last two years of his life was the best of his life. He walked in his calling, ministering the word of God. God makes no mistakes. Kenneth completed his assignment on earth according to God’s will. He is now with our Lord and savior Jesus Christ. He loved his children and adored his family. Whenever you saw Kenny, there was Benny. They were not only brothers but best friends. Kenneth was an active Minister and member of The Ark Christian Covenant Church in Randallstown, MD. There, he served under Pastor Timothy Adams and Associate Pastor Patricia Adams. He will be remembered for his wisdom and knowledge in the word of God under the anointing of the Holy Spirit. Kenneth leaves to cherish his memory two sons, Kenneth Croxton and Calvin Croxton; one daughter, Samantha Bell; two grandchildren, Jordan Bell and Odessey Croxton; Three sisters, Robin Metcalfe (preceded in death), Rosalind Jackson Poole, and Lisa Croxton; One brother, Benjamin Croxton (Cheryl Croxton); Two aunts, Mary Armes and Willamae Jackson (William Jackson); one dear friend, Edwina Bell, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
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