In memory of

Marcus Eric McKinney

May 7, 1940 -  January 19, 2021

In Loving Memory

With great sadness we announce the passing of Marcus Eric McKinney on January 19, 2021 in Pickering ON. He will be remembered and celebrated by his wife Carmel, children Colleen, T.J. Cheryl, Jason, Mariolina and grandchildren Aiden, Joshua, Austin, Brody, Alexis & Michael along with several great-grandchildren. A private service will be held for now and in the future, a celebration of life will be held. Gone but not forgotten.

We invite you to add your photos, share your memories here with us.

In lieu of flowers, our family invites you to support your local Alzheimer registered charity. Canada Link: Alzheimer Society of Canada
To donate in the US, Marcus' daughter Colleen will be participating in the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s® in honor of her dad. Here's the link to make a donation or register to join my team as a participant and start your own fundraising.


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Sue and Steve Whiteway (Family friend)

Entered January 20, 2021 from Oshawa

Sending deepest condolences to all...

Cindy and Dave Atkinson and Family (Long time Friend of Colleen ,Cheryl and family)

Entered January 20, 2021 from Pickering

Our thoughts and prayers go out to all the McKinney family .

Shawna Schrenk and Family (Cowork and Friend of Colleen)

Entered January 21, 2021 from Tempe, AZ

Prayers, love and hugs to you and your family. His memory will live on in you.

Rod & Nancy Ryde (Friends)

Entered January 21, 2021 from Pickering Ontario

It is so sad when we lose someone special in our lives. Our deepest condolences go out to the McKinney Family. Nance and I would always look forward to the annual corn roasts in the back yard of there house, Mark would get the best corn in Ontario, these times we still remember with fond memories. Once again our deepest sympathies go out to you Carmel and the Family. May he RIP. you are in our thoughts and prayers God Bless.

Ryan (Nephew)

Entered January 21, 2021 from Toronto

I have many fond memories of my uncle, mostly of him teasing, joking, laughing and quietly observing.


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