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