I worked with Ken at Trull's when I was a young apprentice from the country thrown into the city. He was a gentleman that knew how to make you feel relaxed with his stories, his knowledge and his smile. Rest in peace, my prayers to the family.
AnnaMarie we are very sorry to hear about Ken we will miss his smiling face it Branch 11 our prayers are with you and your family Anna and Larry McCallen
Kenny, dear brother, I was so glad to see the love your friends along the Danforth showed you. I am glad you had that support in your life. It was an honor to be by your side when you passed away, it was peaceful. I wish you were closer so we could visit you but alas we will always think of you. You were kind and of gentle heart , not a mean bone in your body, a testament to people around you. We are going to miss you...Love Lynda & Elida
Uncle Ken will be greatly missed at our family gatherings. All my life I could count on Uncle Ken's warm smile and heartfelt greeting as a stable part of every special occasion. I remember so many conversations with Uncle Ken in his favorite corner on the couch in the living room. He always gave me a true sense that he was glad to see me and wanted to know how I was doing. I will miss him every time I am home. Uncle Ken and Aunt Anna Marie, you are in our thoughts and prayers. Love, Paul, Meg, Colette, Joey, and Patrick
We are very sorry we could not make it but are sending our deepest condolences to all of the family. We have known Kenny for years and he was like abig part of our family. He will be greatly missed and was a very loving and caring person who reached out and touched alot of peoples hearts especially ours we will always hold a special place in our hearts forever. Until we meet again our dear friend. all our love your way.
Mr Jim Hayes & Family & Mrs Lana & Donald DeMone & Family
Anna Marie and family:
My deepest condolences to you all during this difficult time.
I felt honoured to have known Ken; enjoyed chatting with him, seeing him running off to the bus and especially hearing that "chuckle" of his as we laughed.
He will certainly be missed at the condo by all his friends.
Dear Anna Marie,
My deepest condolences in this period of grief. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Ken was a friend who always gave and brought out a smile. My condolences to his family. He will be missed.
I met Kenny while working as a receptionist in the 80's and 90's at GMC and he was always smiling, friendly and ready to help any one. My husband Jim even got to know him. My sympathy to all his family.
Jim and Florence Dale
For the period of time I knew Ken, he was always a cheerful man and cared for the families he dealt with, and yes had some great stories.
He will be missed by many, but never forgotten, rest in peace my friend
Our Condolences to the Stapleton Family on the loss of their loved one.
Calvin & Mary Waite
I only met Kenneth once but what a wonderful impression he left me.. so kind and with a joyful smile.. May he rest in peace and count on my prayers at this difficult time for you,
God bless and strengthen you
Our Condolences to the Stapleton Family on the loss of there loved one.
Calvin & mary Waite
I met Ken during my many visits to see Aunt Gerry, Bonnie and Stephen. Ken was a kind man with an awesome personality who always brought a smile with him wherever he went. Always humble, he had a way of showing genuine concern about others and was always fun to have at any celebration, He will be missed. My condolences to Anne Marie and the rest of his family.
This is such a sad time and the pain will not go away easy, but time will help I promise. If you ever need anything I'm only a phone call away. Wilma
Dear Anna Marie,
i'm so sorry for your loss. I am in the UK ubfortunately and cannot be there for you. My thoughts are with you and if I can help inany way when I get home on the 13th, please let me know.
Kenny will always be remembered and never forgotten.
Rest in Peace my friend.
Dear Anna Marie, Please accept my heartfelt condolences and those of my daughter at the passing away of dear Ken. May his soul rest in peace. Please be assured of our prayers. ...Love Indira and Chantelle.
One candle from me to remember Ken - one of a kind, and kind, empathic, funny and loyal. May your light continue to shine in the hearts of all who love you. May you have rest and peace beside the River of Light. May the Light of Christ lead you into the great Heart of God.
Dear Anna Marie,
Please accept my condolences. I only met him once, but I will never forget his sense of humor and his love for life and you.
Will keep you in my prayers.
I started my Ambulance Career with him at hallowell Amb in1971 and he also stood up for my mother wedding he was a great guy will sadly be missed
Our sincere condolences to Anna Marie, Meda, Bob, Frank, Lynda Carol and families. Ken was a wonderful person who was always upbeat whenever we met. You're all in our thoughts and prayers. Hope many great memories will help to heal the pain of your great loss.
Kenny was a wonderful person. Great to work with at Trulls and Giffen-Mack. He was always smiling and would tell many good stories to everyone. We will miss him and his chats terribly. Rest in peace dear friend.....He will be the brightest star in the sky.....
Anna Marie, you are in our thoughts. What a gentle friend we have all lost. Kenny will never be forgotten, him at one end and his "Wing man" Smokey at the other. They were quite the team, loved being sent to GMS to see who could beat the other there, Kenny in the Coach, Smokey in the Limo. He left behind many great memories, sadly missed...
KENNY You were a great man and always full of stories from the industry. In the 2+ years i knew you, you were a true gentleman. Rest in Peace Ken.
Sean M. Patrick
Dear Ken's family, my deepest condolences. Ken used to have a pint or two with my husband and I after work. His conversation was always poetic and uplifting. May he rest in God's shoulders. He was a very nice Man. Sheila and Steve Barron
Kenny and I worked together at Trull's Danforth during my apprenticeship in 1984/85. Kenny was always a joy to work with and had great stories and a sunny outlook. He will be missed.
I was saddened to read Ken's obituary in the Star today.
It was a privilege to know and work with Ken at Trull's Danforth. He was a consummate Funeral Professional.
Ken was quite the character, a gentleman, and good friend.
My thoughts and prayers are with his family today.
Rest in Peace my friend.
To your Mother Meda, Bob, Frank, Lynda and Carol, our deepest sympaty in the loss of your brother. To you Lynda our "special" friend, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time.
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.
I was so saddened to hear about Kenny's death and send sincere sympathy to Annemarie and family. I worked as a receptionist at Trull's Danforth. Ken was very helpful coming to my recue one time when I ran out of gas on my way to work.
We had a good laugh about the woman driver who didn't think to check the gas gauge. He will certainly be missed by many.
Sincerely Barbara Messaros and husband Don
I have known Kenny since I was 16, he always had quick funny one liners and was one of the most dedicated people I know, to not only his career, but to his family and friends, I'll miss Kenny a lot. To his family, I extend my condolences to all of you, you will be in my thoughts and prayers