Lookout Tavern Manager Kenny Long Dies Unexpectedly – Phoenix AZ

In Loving Memory of Kenny Long, Lookout Tavern Manager – Phoenix, AZ


It is with profound sorrow that we announce the unexpected passing of one of our own, Kenny Long, beloved manager of Lookout Tavern. Late last night, we received the heartbreaking news of Kenny’s passing at his home.

For those who may not be familiar with Kenny’s journey, he joined our family at the tender age of 21 when Lookout Tavern first opened its doors in 2017. He began as a dedicated bouncer, later transitioning to the role of busser, and his remarkable ability to maintain a cool and calm demeanor under pressure soon earned him the position of manager. Kenny’s infectious smiles, unwaveringly cheerful nature, and the warmth of his hugs will be dearly missed. He was a cherished presence, endearing himself to every member of our staff and our valued customers alike.

At Lookout Tavern, we consider ourselves a family-owned establishment, and our employees are an integral part of that family. Kenny dedicated five years of his life to us, and during that time, we had the privilege of getting to know and love him. His legacy lives on through the countless memories he leaves behind, although the void he leaves will take time to heal.

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We will keep our staff and guests informed about any forthcoming memorials in the days ahead as we come together to celebrate Kenny’s life.

In the words of a dear friend, “Rest in peace, my king. You were one of my very first friends, with your nerdy glasses and an infectious laughter and kindness that radiated every second I spent with you. You always put others first, and I love you so much. You deserved nothing but the best. This loss cuts deep, but I genuinely hope you are now shining brighter in a better place.  Love you most, Kenny Long.”

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