In memory of

Kenneth Yow Lum

August 23, 1957 -  December 31, 2021

We are sad to announce the passing of Kenny Yow Lum on December 31, 2021. Predeceased by his wife Yau Lum, he is survived by his son Michael and daughter Samantha. He was the eldest of five children and brother to May, Susan, Doreen, and Kim. He will be missed by all.

Kenny was born on August 23, 1957 in Prince Edward County (Picton) and spent his early years there before moving out to Toronto. Being from Prince Edward County, he loved the outdoors, particularly fishing. When he wasn’t thinking about fishing, he enjoyed some of his other hobbies which included photography and food. He loved listening to music he grew up with.

Kenny was a generous person who was always willing to help out a friend. He will never be forgotten by all those that loved him, his many nieces, nephews, uncles, aunts, extended family in the United States, and friends in Toronto.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, restrictions are still in place. When attending the visitation at Elgin Mills Funeral Centre all attendees are required to show proof of vaccination via the QR Code Passport and proof of ID. There is also a restriction of 50 guests.

For those who are unable to attend the funeral service it will be livestreamed for public viewing on Friday, January 7, 2022 at 2 p.m.. (a link will be available on this memorial page at 1:30 p.m.).

Condolence messages may be conveyed through this memorial page. Thank you for your understanding, kindness and support during this difficult time.


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Joe Lum & June Murray Lum (Cousin)

Entered January 4, 2022 from Toronto

We're so sadden to hear of Kenny's sudden passing. Please accept our deepest condolences for your loss
Sincerely Joe & June

Paul and Debbie Yeung and Family (Cousins)

Entered January 5, 2022 from Pennsylvania

We are deeply sorry for your loss. Our family is heartbroken over Kenny's passing. Please accept our sincerest sympathies. We are sending our love and praying for the entire family. We hope the special memories you have of Kenny help to bring you comfort now and always. He will be greatly missed by all of us. Some of our fond memories of Kenny include his cooking - he made a killer spaghetti (very spicy and tasty), his hospitality - he invited us for delicious barbeques/meals every time we were in Toronto, his clothing collection - he liked Ducks Unlimited and Camouflage, his exercise regimen - he liked to lift weights and do push-ups, and his music collection - he loved The Blues Brothers. Rest In Peace Cousin Kenny, you got Soul Man!

Paul Edward White (Friend)

Entered January 5, 2022 from Woodbridge

My thoughts and prayers are with you. Please let me know if you need anything.

Nathan and Eilleen Louie and family (Brother in law)

Entered January 6, 2022 from Mississauga

To the family of Kenny, with each new day may peace find a place in your hearts. As you walk through this time of loss, may you know that the Lord walks with you and he will comfort you. – May God bless All of you.

jean and bill lee (aunt)

Entered January 7, 2022 from richmond hill

Heartfelt Condolences to All of Our Family
Our nephew Kenny was young at heart and full of life. He had a laid back attitude, always joking around making people laugh. Growing up in the County, he enjoyed fishing, wanted to go whenever the weather was nice. Uncle Lai shared with me that Kenny once caught a ground hog with his fishing net. Kenny remarked that the ground hog was not a happy camper. Kenny loved to eat and enjoyed his son Michael's cooking with his daughter Samantha.
We will miss Kenny, his smile and jovial spirit.
May he rest in peace. Auntie Jean and Uncle Bill


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