Kenneth Christopher McCue, known to others as “Kenny,” "KC" and “Kenflow,” 29, formerly of Knox, passed away unexpectedly Oct. 26, 2020.

Kenny was born in Belfast to Christopher and Tammy McCue Aug. 5, 1991. Kenny lived in Knox, where he developed many lifelong friendships. He graduated from Mount View High School in 2009, and that is when his journey began. He started by seeking careers in Maine and when that did not fulfill him, he then found himself in Florida living with his uncles Matt and Hal working at Disney World for some time. He found himself missing his family and the white tails back home, so he headed back to Maine, where he soon found himself working with family. Kenny realized Maine just wasn't for him, and that's when he made his final journey to Hebron, N.H., where the real adventure started while he lived with John and Jamie Cumming and worked at New Age Marine.

Kenny enjoyed hunting, fishing, riding ATVs and snowmobiling with his dad, siblings and uncles. Kenny was an avid gun collector and the biggest fan of Country Gold Saturday Night. He loved the middle-of-the-night chats with his mom, going to concerts with his Uncle Eric and Aunt Dallas and going on wild adventures with his Uncle John. He loved spending time with his cousin Shawn, but what made him happiest and the things he enjoyed most were the text messages, FaceTimes, phone calls and all the time he spent with his special niece, Winter. Kenny was a kind, big-hearted traveler who brightened up the world no matter where he could tag out.

Kenny was predeceased by his great-grandparents, David and Eileen McCue, Maurice and Dorothy Gardiner, and Charles and Joan Butkus, maternal grandfather Dwayne A. Drew Sr., and his special Aunt Carol Gardiner, an amazing person, and Kristi Abbott, who was the mother of his brother Raymond’s children.

Kenny is survived by his parents, Christopher McCue, and Tammy McCue; his brothers, Raymond and his children, Chase, Maya and Conor; Jonathan, his partner, Cierra Cassidy, and their children, Zachary, Zander and Teygen; his sister, Miranda, her partner, Tayler Turner, and their children, Winter and Abel; paternal grandparents Kenneth McCue and Laura Preli; maternal grandmother JoAnne Drew. Kenny also had many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends; he loved them all and touched their lives in one way or another. One very special person wasn't only his cousin, he was a best friend, Sebastian Peters. Two people weren't only his best friends, they were family, TJ Scott and Allan Hurd.

Visitation will be held at Riposta Funeral Home, 182 Waldo Ave., Belfast, Friday, Nov. 6, from 3 to 5 p.m. A graveside service will take place at Center Cemetery on East Thorndike Road in Thorndike Saturday, Nov. 7, at 11 a.m. with a celebration of life directly following at the Snowdusters Clubhouse in Unity.

Memories and condolences may be shared with the family at ripostafh.com.