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October-19-17
I first met Ken in the very early 90's when he was applying for an outside sales position with Telus. I made a great decision and hired Ken, but got a lot more than I expected. Oddly enough I don't remember a damned thing about working with Ken, but I sure remember the friendship. We played mixed slow pitch for many years and I always will remember Dewie playing third base, cigarillo in mouth and his ever present Silver Sissy (Coors Light) sitting a couple of inches outside the 3rd base line. He claimed it helped to identify foul balls. The guys would get together to golf and harass each other and Ken, along with Joan, Kevin and Marilyn Scoville, Geoff and Gina Chubb and my wife Barb and I shared many meals together.

At Ken's memorial, it became very obvious that Ken made and kept friends throughout his life. He always talked about his friends he made at William Aberhart, and collected more friends from Xerox days, all throughout his time at Telus and all through his Property Management time. Ken & his always present smile will be missed. We'll all raise a Silver Sissy to Ken. You'll be missed.
October-15-17
Sorry to hear of Ken's passing. I worked with him at TELUS, always so happy and pleasant.
Sandi Nevin
October-15-17
Ken was a good friend and he will be missed at our gatherings. He was very easy going and easy to talk to. He was such a great cook and you could always count on him having a new or different recipe. He will be missed but may he rest in peace.
October-14-17
October 14-17

Extremely sad news to hear of Ken's passing and our sincere condolences to the family. I first met Ken at Xerox in 1977/78 and have very fond memories of exploring his "backyard" on various road trips through the Rockies. An incredible drive in his TR6 going through Glacier National on The " Going to the Sun Road", the first time he took me to see "Castle Mountain" and driving from Kimberley BC to Lethbridge above the cloud line in his Nissan 280ZX in record time in order to get to our tee off!! Will always appreciate our time together. RIP Dewie.
October-12-17
I am so sorry to hear of Kens passing. We worked together at TELUS & I will always remember his huge smile & happy nature. Ken always had something nice to say. The photo you chose for this announcement is perfect.
October-12-17
Our sincere condolences to the family,
Our memories of Ken go way back when he was a Sales man for TELUS and lived across 37th St NE (we were in Whitehorn and Ken and Joan lived in Temple).
Ken would come over with a 6 pack and he and Rick would go over what kind of Key System he should sell a certain customer. Rick along with other friends of Kens helped him build a garage ... lots of laughter.
Ken's infectious smile was welcomed where ever he went and he will be missed.
October-12-17
We will miss Ken. He and I (Barb) worked together at TELUS before he retired from there. I remember many a fun times; house boating on the Shuswap, camping and golfing at Lake Waskesiu, hiking in to Gray Owl's Cabin and the guys had to "Portage" the boat. Not one of Ken's favourite things to do:) When we moved to California, Ken came to visit us, we took him to Napa and spent a great day there. Rest in peace Ken:)
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