Kenneth John Stewart

Kenneth John Stewart

Passed on June 28, 2022


February 28, 1934 – June 28, 2022

Kenneth John Stewart was born in Lilyfield on Feb. 28th, 1934.

Ken is survived by his wife, Marilyn of 57 years, daughters Judy (Dom), Kim (Bob) and grandchildren Jennifer (Evan), Chris, Brandon, and Kaleigh. Sisters-in-law Joyce, Kitty, Mary, Darlene Stewart, and Donna Barr.

Predeceased by his parents Walter and Ethel Stewart. His brothers, Alex, Glenn, Murray (Ruby), Keith, Lloyd and his sisters Doreen (Bob), and Beryl (Sam). His in-laws Al and Sharon Munro, Gord Barr.

Ken drove a milk truck for Rockwood Victoria Co-op for over 40 years. Ken was a life long lover of cars, curling, and the Toronto Blue Jays. He was well known for his grandpa/Uncle Kenny jokes. He loved visiting with his family, his numerous nieces and nephews kept him entertained. Private family service pending.


My deepest sympathies to the Marilyn, Judy, Kim and their families.

Rhonda Potter

My sincere condolences to the whole family! Ken was a very sweet man. He will be missed by many.

Shannon Dupont

Sincere condolences auntie Marilyn, Judy, Kim and families. You will be missed uncle Ken. John Stewart

John Stewart

Condolences to Judy, Kim and families. Enjoyed our chats at the Balmoral Curling Rink. He always had a smile on his face.

Gale ruchkall

My heartfelt sympathy to Marilyn, Judy and family, Kim and family. Ken was a fine person and it was always a pleasure to chat with him. Knew him for many, many years. My heart goes out to you all. Shirley Jahns Mulvey

Shirley Jahns Mulvey

My sincere sympathy to Marilyn, Judy and Kim and their families. Memories will help you through the days ahead.

Jan Taplin

Sincere condolences Marilyn, Judy, Kim and families. May the wonderful memories you have help you in this time of sorrow.

Patti Charison

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