I saw the notice in the G&M and was saddened that I couldn't be with you at the visitation and funeral to give you my condolences. in person and to meet you.
Ken and Margaret knew my parents well It was always a pleasure at Querengesser occasions when we would meet up. I remember them well.
Ken and I were at Toronto Teachers College the same year. He certainly would have been a great teacher and leader I went on to teach in Kitchener then went on to raise a family of 4 which lead me to be a willing volunteer.
Extraordinarily fond memories of visiting Ken and Marg and family at their home. Learned to swim in their backyard and thought Uncle Ken was so cool teaching metal working and such at high school. Produced 4 fabulous children and raised them right!! Definitely ahead of his time in so many dimensions. Love the photo and the Snowbird hat! Says it all . See you Wednesday. lots of love, David.
We were so sorry to hear about Ken's death. We have so many lovely memories of Ken (and Marg) from over 30 years of being fellow cottagers, Ken was a role model for us - always willing to help. He will always be part of the "landscape" of the lake for us. We are thinking of you. Hugs, Helen and George Driediger and family
Always a fine gentleman