Our thoughts are with you. Kenny was a wonderful guy. I have fond memories of working with Kenny and Lily at Toronto Camera.
Ken is forever in our hearts.
Deepest condolence to Ken’s family.
Kenny was always a kind and caring man, with a very gentle spirit and warm smile.
Dear Eng family,
I had just recently hear of your great loss. My memories of Kenny are nothing but the fondest. We always had a great time and a witty joke for all occasions.
We would often go to chinatown for lunch when he gets good "spiff" - as kenny would say a high guide number
From our family to your family, our deepest sympathies and condolences on your loss.
Apart from our family get togethers, my fondest memories of Uncle Kenny were discussing camera gear and trying to get a deal. While his legendary salesmanship at Toronto Camera were well known, my first encounter with him and cameras was at a Woolco camera department store in Sudbury Ontario, where I believe was his first camera sales job. I had gotten my first Nikon and I still remember him telling me that Leica was the best. Kenny will be sorely missed.