In memory of

Kenneth D. Ewanchek

August 2, 1954 -  December 11, 2023

No obituary currently exists.


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Peggy E Mierau (Friend)

Entered December 14, 2023 from Scarborough

My heartfelt condolences to Maria, Brandon, Laura, and Marcus. May God ease your sorrows at this sad time and give you comfort in your memories.

Cynthia goss (A parent of 2 children)

Entered December 15, 2023 from Northyork

I didn’t know him personally but got to see him everyday I dropped my daughters to school. He would dance to my loud music as I drove by and it always brighten my dad. He never once complained of the noise he just danced and it made us all happy when I was dropping me kids off to school. It’s been hard to here the news that he had passed but he now rest peacefully with angels. He is amazing soul and we were all blessed to have him cross our paths of life as crossing guard. May be rest in sweet paradise. Peace be with his family.

Bob Smith (Friend)

Entered December 18, 2023 from Stouffville

My heartfelt condolences to Maria, Brandon, Laura, and Marcus.
I refereed hockey with Ken for over twenty years in Markham. He mentored so many young officials (myself included) through the years that the OMHA owes him a debt of gratitude for his efforts. Though he has not officiated in a the last couple of years he has been and will continue to be missed.

Timothy Toong (Umpire partner, reffing mentor and golfing buddy)

Entered December 21, 2023 from Toronto

Ken was everything you can ask for a friend. He listened, and always wanted the best for everybody. He always had wanted to share his tips so you will get better. I will miss the memories we shared together on the baseball field, the hockey arena and golf course.

Marcus ewanchek (My dad)

Entered January 10, 2024

My dad was an amazing man he inspired me to do so much in life he has taught me so many things in life that I could ask for he was the best dad I could ask for from me going to hockey arenas as I watched him ref to him doing baseball on the diamond he always made me proud always smiling I love all the memories we had and shared it ment the world to me I LOVE AND MISS YOU SO MUCH DAD