Donald Allan Kenagy, of Atlanta, Georgia, died May 14, 2017. He was born on November 18, 1941 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to William Lloyd Kenagy and Catheryn Hamilton Kenagy. He was a proud Penn State undergraduate alumnus and received his graduate engineering degrees from MIT. Don started his career in Pittsburg (sic), Pennsylvania, and moved to Atlanta in 1972 to manage Thermo Materials, Inc., in Scottdale, Georgia. After raising a large family and leading several businesses, Don retired in 2005 to travel the world and enjoy time with his wife Carol Sleeth and his children and grandchildren. An avid traveler, Don visited fifty-eight countries on six continents and all fifty states in the US. Among numerous worldwide adventures, he and Carol walked the 480-mile Camino de Santiago de Compostela in northern Spain twice, stayed in a bear camp in Alaska, sailed across the Atlantic in a 370-foot sailboat, and visited friends in the Peace Corps in Malawi and Ukraine. With his friends and family, he canoed and camped in the Okefenokee Swamp nearly every year, and explored almost all the flat-water rivers in South Georgia and the Southeastern US. Although a "kid at heart", he was an intelligent, inquisitive and thoughtful man. He was strong willed, stubborn, practical, adventurous, and showed quiet affection for those he loved.
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