Kingsley D. King, born January 22, 1941, died peacefully at Good Samaritan Hospital in Lebanon, PA, on Friday, March 3, 2023. He was 82 years old.
He was homeschooled by his mother through Calvert (grade school) and high school through The American School of Chicago. He went on to receive his associate degree in accounting from La Salle.
Preceding him in death were his parents, Forest and Irene (Smucker) King, infant sister, Picolia, sister-in-Law, Lois King, and great-niece, Lauren King.
Surviving is his brothers, Nolan (Lois) King, of Urbana, Ohio, Nathaniel (Pam) King, of West Liberty, Ohio, nieces and nephews, Melissa (Tom) Bonifield, of Dayton, Ohio, Kurt (Becky) King, of Cable, Ohio, Suzy (Geoff) Hillman, of Ashland, Ohio, Amy (Tim) Yoder, of West Liberty, Ohio, Rayna King, of West Liberty, Ohio, Brooke King, of Nashville, TN, Marla (Bob) Green, of Bellefontaine, Ohio, and Landon King, of Toledo, Ohio, several great-nieces and -nephews, including Julia, Thomas, Matthew, and Emily Bonifield, Mason and Miles King, Abby (Clayton) Lamb, Isaac, Katie, and Joshua Hillman, Ally, Tate, and Ashley Yoder, Hayden (Izzi) Green, and Gunnar and Gavin Green.
Also, his longtime caregiver, who he appreciated so much, Jamie Wine. Kingsley fought a battle with MS for most of his life but was very sharp and intelligent, trusting in the Lord to fill his life with friends and family who would love and care for him.
Kingsley worked for the state medical examiner, Dr. Homley, in Wilmington, Delaware, for 30 years as an accountant. He was a member of Faith City Family Church in Wilmington, where he enjoyed playing the organ and was the accountant for many years. He enjoyed reading, writing, and playing Suduko.
A graveside service will be held at a later date.