Kenneth Seratt, a resident of Trout Creek, Mt., died Aug. 25, 2015, in Coeur d'Alene, ID. He spent his winters in Rowlett, Texas. Kenneth was born Oct. 20, 1934, in Blytheville to James and Effie Veach Seratt.
He married Georgia on Aug. 9, 1953, in Yuma, AZ. They had two children, Kent and Kim. Georgia passed away in 2007.
Kenny was recently inducted into various country music halls of fame. He received many awards and nominations. He loved his ranch life and left his heart in the deep Montana soil.
He is survived by his wife, Patricia and her family; a son and daughter-in-law, Kent and Gayle Seratt of Trout Creek, Mt.; daughter and son-in-law Kim and Don Hudson of San Clemente, Calif.; siblings, Wanda Anderson, Patricia Rioux, Earl, Jerry and Wayne Seratt; grandchildren, Ashley and Tanner Campbell and James and Benjamin Seratt; and two great-grandchildren, Luca and Logan.
Funeral services were held on Aug. 31, at Whitepine Mennonite Church in Whitepine, Mt., with Pastor Larry Wayne Seratt officiating. Burial was in Whitepine Cemetery.
There's Just One Way
(Written by Kenny Seratt and Merle Haggard)
There's just one way to make that trip to glory,
God so loved the world that he gave his son.
So hold your head up high, point your finger to the sky,
there's just one way to make that final run.
There's an answer to the question for all sinners
\and it's written in the verse John 3:16.
There's good news in the good book for God's children.
He can wash away your sins and make you clean.
Peace on earth is something we're all after
something mortal man won't ever find
but there's good news in the good book for God's children
There's just one way to have that peace of mind.