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Wednesday, August 11, 2021
Donald V. Brown Funeral Home
36 Lake Avenue Drive
Stoney Creek, Ontario, Canada
Merv and Cheryl Smuck posted a condolence
Friday, July 16, 2021
We were so sorry to hear that Ken lost his valiant battle. He was such a great person to talk to and very welcoming during our drop in visits. Our deepest condolences to Lynn and all his family.
John Arsenault posted a condolence
Friday, July 16, 2021
I met Ken when I moved to Talbot st in 2005. We immediately hit it off and became good friends and often shared a beer in his kitchen . We talked about all the problems of the world and after a few beers we had most things figured out . He was the social convener for the neighborhood talking to everyone and anyone who passed by and knew everything that was going on in the hood. He was always there with his trusty snow blower to help all the neighbours no mater how much snow there was or how long it would take him ,or to lend a tool if he had it and he had a lot of them,never asking or expecting any more than a thank you. When I moved away my daughter purchased my house and Ken didn’t skip a beat getting to know her and becoming a wonderful neighbour to her. Clearing her driveway during and after a snow storm only for her to get home from work and to see her driveway clear of snow. Made a young lady so happy. I will and I know my daughter will miss him as well. He was a man who you just liked from the moment you met him . He made my life better knowing him. God bless .
Allan and Marylou Haggith posted a condolence
Wednesday, July 14, 2021
Our deepest sympathy, so sorry for your loss. Ken was a great person and will be deeply missed . Please take care
Deb posted a condolence
Tuesday, July 13, 2021
What can I say about Kenny other than he was nothing but kind and generous to me. We both enjoyed old music and movies and many times shared more than a few beverages reminiscing over old favourites and trivia connected with them ("Gar-on-teed"!). His turkey dinners with all the fixins were the best, not to mention his incredible baked treats (yummy tarts from scratch - holy jump up and sit down!). Ken was not a demonstrative person and I'm guessing his way of showing love was put it into his food. Secret ingredient. Kenny was always willing to help with a problem and willing to loan/give a tool from his magic shed. Ken's shed was akin to the proverbial Volkswagon Beetle car with the never-ending clowns coming out, and yet he had everything organized and knew exactly where it was. As he was king of the garage sale deals, sometimes he's have two of something you needed and he'd happily offer it over, anything to help. Ken was so good with Shannon, especially when she was little, not always an easy age for grandparents. He would take her into Papa's room and they would play records and 'dance'. There is a video somewhere of the two of them, I think they are swinging around to Christmas in Killarney having fun - definitely a favourite Christmas memory. Thank you Ken, for all the fond memories and your endless generosity. I will never forget your kindness. Happy travels, wind at your back xo
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Monday, July 12, 2021
36 Lake Ave. Dr.
Stoney Creek, Ontario L8G 3N3
Phone: (905) 662-2948