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Kenneth Edward Higgins

Port Coquitlam, British Columbia

Dec 19, 1944 – Feb 18, 2018


December 19, 1944
February 18, 2018
Port Coquitlam, British Columbia


First Memorial Funeral Services Burkeview Chapel Obituary

HIGGINS Kenneth Edward passed away peacefully on February 18, 2018 in Eagle Ridge Hospital, Port Moody, after a short illness. Ken is survived by his loving wife, Ann, brother in law Richard Adby (Lindy),sisters in law Jane Donaldson (Eric) and Sarah Styler (Richard), nephews Matthew Rose...

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Ann, I am so sorry to hear that Ken passed away. Although I did not know Ken very well, he reminded me so much of my Dad- kind hearted and well respected. I also thought Ken had similar looks to my Dad, in his younger days.
My thoughts are with you during this time.

I was so sorry to read of Kens passing. We worked together in the late 80's in the downtown east side. We were on opposite sides of some of the issues but his kind heart and steady manner provided the bridge between young feistycommunity workers(me) and experienced, considerate police representatives (him). He was wise and thoughtful and fun but we lost touch decades ago as work and life took us on separate paths. He will always hold a special place in my heart for his leadership,mentorship ...

Dear Ann;
So sorry to hear about Ken! What a shock! Ken was always so kind to me at the Air Cadet League. A true gentleman! Please accept our deepest sympathies!
Joan and Ian Gray

Major Monty R Cross

Dear Ann,

We share your loss. Ken was an awesome leader, a fantastic mentor, and a wonderful friend. Through his work with Air Cadets and D of E, Ken inspired and challenged all who had the honour of knowing him to be better.

Our sincerest and heart felt condolences

Bruce and Alda Nicmans

Heartfelt condolences are extended to your family at this difficult time. Seek the love and support God provides to help you cope during this time - Psalms 29:11

Hi Ann
This no doubt is quite a loss for you. Have many fond memories of Ken and remember fondly my visit to your home and the kindness received from both you and Ken. Ken at that time,provided a delightful trip through the Frazier Valley.

Please accept our sincere condolences at this most difficult time.

Don & Bev Gladney