Kenneth G. Majors, 70, of Monaca, passed away early Wednesday morning, January 7, 2015, at Beaver Valley Nursing and Rehab Center, South Beaver Township.Born August 21, 1944, he was a son of the late Kenneth W. and Dorothy (Kefover) Majors of Beaver Falls. A 1962 graduate of Beaver Falls High School and 1967 graduate of Geneva College, Ken was retired from Babcock and Wilcox Tubular Products where he served as a supervisor of storerooms and as a purchasing agent at Heritage Valley Beaver. Ken was a 50-year member of the Beaver Valley Musicians’ Union Local 82-545, where he was a well-known drummer throughout the tri state area. Ken was a member of the former Buddy Krepps Concert Band, Monaca Cornet Band, the former MPI Band, Metropolitan Symphonic concert Band and a founding member of the Beaver county Symphonic Wind Ensemble. He was also a drummer with the Eddie Frazier Big Band, Ernie Caputo dance Band and the burke Bavarian Brass Band. One of Ken’s most cherished memories was performing for Frank McNamara, former arranger/conductor of the Irish Tenors for the US debut of the Beatlesymphony written by Maestro McNamara.Ken was a longtime member of the Monaca Cornet Band Room and while at Babcock and Wilcox, served as a fundraising chairman for the United Way of Beaver County. A former member of Christ Lutheran Church in Beaver Falls, he was currently a member of the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer in Monaca.He leaves his wife of 37 years, Patricia Reskovac Majors, who were united in marriage on August 20, 1977, and lived in Monaca for their entire marriage. He is also survived by his cousin, Thomas Stephens and his daughter, Tiffany of Baltimore, Md. and his very ‘special daughters’, Samitanan (Belle) and Sitanan (Beau) Limsakulpakdi of Bangkok, Thialand, along with his sister-in-law, Roxann Young of North Sewickley Township; niece, Renee Bruno and her husband, Ray, of Wexford; nephew Michael John Reskovac and his wife, Krista; great-niece, Payton Elle Reskovac of Tulsa, Okla., and an aunt, Marian Budacki of Monaca. He also leaves his cherished, loyal friends, Reverend Robert W. Strobel, James F. Burke, William Mills, Denise McAllister and Hugh Schoenemon. He will be sadly missed by his Black Lab companion, Mikey.In addition to his parents Ken was predeceased by his in-laws, Rosemary and Michael E. Reskovac, brother-in-law, Michael J. Reskovac and an aunt and uncle, Geraldine and Thomas Stephens.Friends will be received Friday from 2 to 8 p.m. in the Simpson Funeral & Cremation Services, 1119 Washington Ave., Monaca, where funeral services will be held Saturday at 10:30 a.m. with his pastor, Rev. Robert W. Strobel, officiating.In lieu of flowers the family requests that donation be made to the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer, 819 Washington Avenue, Monaca, PA 15061.He will be buried at Sylvania Hills Memorial Park.To share online condolences, get directions and other information, please visit simpsonfuneralhome.com.