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Kenneth Keith Kallenbach Death
Boothwyn's Kenneth Keith Kallenbach, an actor/musician, and perhaps most notably a member of Howard Stern's Wack Pack, has died, as was reported on Stern's Sirius Satellite Radio show this morning. Kallenbach was recently seen in commercials for Monday Night Football and Stride Gum and also appeared in "Jerry Maguire." According to Stern's show, which spoke with his mother, Kallenbach, who was 39, was serving time in a local jail where he fell ill and was taken to a Chester County hospital where he died from pneumonia. Kallenbach, was reportedly arrested recently for allegedly trying to lure an underage girl into his car. The most recent arrest we found in court records was in March 2007 for operating a car without an interlock breathalyzer device put on the car after a prior DUI conviction.
It was just reported on the Kidd Chris Show moments ago, that Kenneth Keith Kallenbach, Howard Stern Wackpacker and erstwhile comedian has died. The story is that Kenneth caught pneumonia while in jail and died of complications thereof.