In memory of

Kenneth John Arthur Levesque

November 7, 1931 -  September 5, 2019

Peacefully passed away on September 5, 2019 in Red Deer, Alberta at the age of 87. Survived by his loving children Gerald and his wife Janice and his daughter Theresa Cada. Predeceased by his children Kenneth Bruce, Andre and Richard. Proud grandpa of Kristy Lynn and her husband Andrew, Nicole, Ryan, Bradon, and Chelsea; great grandfather of Brooklynn and Makayla.
Dear brother of Joan and her husband Dave and Rudy and his wife Lucy. Predeceased by his sisters Audrey, Lillian and Katherine. Ken will be sadly missed and fondly remembered by many other family and friends.
Ken followed his passion by servng in the Air Force for 20 years and continuing his career in aeronautics with Ingersoll Rand for over 20 years.


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Joanne and Randy Cochrane (Niece)

Entered September 9, 2019 from Nobleton

Our thoughts are with you in this very difficult time. Terry and Gerry, Jan, please accept our most heartfelt condolences.

Scott Norman and Sue Fried (friends)

Entered September 10, 2019 from Orangeville

We've listened to the loving stories you have of your family and feel like we are family. Our lives have been woven together in so many ways and the histories we share are intricate. Love you. So sorry for the loss, so proud to be your friend.

Joanne and Dave Holmes and family 

Entered September 10, 2019 from British Columbia

Dear Gerry,Janice,Nicole and Ryan,

Please accept our warm and heartfelt condolences on the passing of your father and grandfather. Our prayers are with you all.

Love Joanne, Dave and family

Gerry and Janice Levesque (Son)

Entered September 11, 2019 from Brampton

My Dad had a few passions in, aircraft and cooking among others. At all the family gatherings he was the head chef (but NOT bottle washer) and I recall him using every pot and spoon in the house. What a mess...but what great food! And he did his share of the eating! That old adage "never trust a skinny cook" was probably coined by him. He was a contented soul, with a perpetual smile.
I will always cherish the memories of vacations in New Brunswick and Temiskaming and Kingston and visits in Alberta.
Although we were often separated by distance, we were close at heart.
We will miss you Dad!!

Theresa (Daughter)

Entered September 11, 2019 from Newmarket

My dad and I spoke almost every Thursday over that last years. Remembering the stories we shared will be in my memories forever. Him wearing roller skates at his job at Canadian Tire as a young man. Reliving the places we lived through his eyes. His passion for airplanes. I got to know him better through these talks. Thursdays will never be the same.
I treasured the visits out west to see him. I understood why he fell in love with the place.
I love you and will miss you Dad


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