Edward “Chip” Lamar Kenney, Jr.

KenneyEdward “Chip” Lamar Kenney, Jr., 55, of Santa Fe, Texas passed away in Texas City. Texas. Chip was born October 17, 1960 to Martha Ann and Edward Lamar Kenney, Sr. Edward was a superintendent and project manager for Joint Venture Industrial Company for thirteen years. Chip was a special and caring man, concerned about his family and coworkers. He loved his family and enjoyed hunting, fishing and loved living life. Chip was preceded in death by his mother.
Chip is survived by his father, his loving wife, Toni Kenney, daughters, Raini Dey Locke and husband Chris, and Jaimi Nicole Recknor and husband Jeremy, sons Jarrod Recknor and wife Amanda, and Casey Eldred Kenney and wife Tracy, sister Delia Quested and Scott White, grandchildren, Jayden Nicole Locke, Christopher Chance Locke, Hagen Earl Locke, Saydie Lynn Recknor, Jarrod Blayne Recknor, Frank Edward Cole, Jr., Bryleigh Dey Cole, Casen Edward Kenney, Elijah James Kenney and Ava Ann Kenney, and numerous nieces and nephews.
A visitation in his honor will be held 5:00 to 8:00 pm, Friday, March 4, 2016 Crowder Funeral Home, Dickinson, Texas with Funeral Services 2:30 pm Saturday, March 5, 2016, Abundant Life Christian Center, 601 Delaney St., LaMarque, Texas. Interment will follow at Hayes Grace Memorial Park, Hitchcock, Texas.


  1. So sorry for your loss, you are in our prayers.

    Jackie ivie
  2. Dear Toni and family, Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs. I am so sorry for your loss.”

    Linda Marullo
  3. My sincere condolences to the Kenney family. Chip was truly a good man and will be missed by more than you know.

    Donna Cornell
  4. I have had the pleasure of knowing and working for Chip for the last year. I couldn’t have worked for a better person. He treated everyone with respect no matter who you were,and I have nothing but respect for him and he will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with the family in this sad time. Rest in Peace Chip.

    “Rockhead “

    Brian Allison
  5. Toni, Jerrod and Casey,
    I am deeply saddened at the sudden loss of a friend but more than this my heart is heavy for your loss of a great husband and father and friend to so many other family members. My thoughts are with each of you today as Chips life is celebrated for his legacy. He was an individual who once entering the room people were drawn to his personality and kindness. In an industry where things can become harsh at times Chip was a rock others could lean on for support and opportunity to see how to react to different situations. I enjoyed the opportunities I have had to work with Chip and each of you as we teamed up to successfully accomplish so many turnarounds. I am sorry that I am unable to be there today as part of celebrating the passing of a great man. He is celebrating his home going with the Lord as each of us who have a personal relationship with the Lord look forward to when that time comes. I pray for strength and courage for each of you as move forward in life.

    Brad Stilwell

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