I am so sorry to hear of Ken's death. Even though it might not be unexpected, it still came as a shock. I was thinking of him lately, partly as a result of my wife's second encounter with lung cancer again this year. Life is so unpredictable and after all, it is health that counts, not wealth, not fame. Ken and I started in the Canadian investments business at about the same time; and those 2 rookies made history in Canada, organizing the first 2 investment mutual fund seminars in Cantonese in Toronto and in Mississauga ! We went on to a mutually beneficial partnership ever since - he as a well-known, highly successful advisor, branch manager and mentor to many young advisors; and I with Dynamic and then Trimark Mutual funds. And Ken always found time to help the community, chairing/co-chairing many fundraising events. Ken is deeply and dearly missed ! Please rest in peace, Ken !