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PARKER, Kenneth Robert

Published:Sep 28, 2017

Event Date:Aug 13, 2017


Kenneth Robert PARKER

PARKER, Kenneth Robert August 13, 2017 Kenneth Robert Parker, aged 63, died unexpectedly at home in Burlington Ontario August 13, 2017. Ken was born in Toronto to Harold Parker and Irene Evans Parker (both predeceased). Ken worked for 29 years at Union Gas and took great pride in his work there. Retired for the past two years, Ken enjoyed his home, talking with family, and his loyal dog Mocha. Ken is survived by his beloved sons Daniel (Ashlee) and Joseph (Cheryl). He also leaves his loving brothers David (Pat) of Washington, WA and Ross (Nancie) of B.C. and his nieces Leanne (Phil), Victoria and Melissa (Dave). Cremation has taken place. A celebration of his life is planned in the future. The family is grateful for memorial donations made in Ken's name to Diabetes Canada or the Carpenter Hospice.


Category: Obituaries & Death Notices

Newspaper(s): Burlington Post

Location: Burlington

(2) Guest Book Messages

By Patricia | SEPTEMBER 29, 2017 11:01 AM
Ken holds a special place in my heart. Over the years we shared special times and interesting conversations. We laughed and enjoyed each other’s company . He was like my little brother-- I miss him and I celebrate his contribution to my life. I bless his journey home. Peace be with you Ken. Sister-in-law Pat
By David | SEPTEMBER 28, 2017 03:37 PM
Ken was a very special man – caring, smart, persistent, quick-witted, highly skilled – and often underestimated. He developed new techniques for Union Gas field work and trained others in safe performance of complex technical procedures. He was instrumental in maintaining his niece Victoria’s computer (no small challenge!) and arranging her enrollment in the Medical Alert service. And his loving support of his companion Mocha was exceptional. I have treasured memories of his laughter and many good times together – he is greatly missed. Brother Dave
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