October 22, 1933 – April 10, 2017

Sardella, Keith Victor James – Peacefully at Emmanuel House on Monday, April, 10, 2017, in his 84th year. Predeceased by his beloved wife Shirley in December and sadly missed by his son Michael (Patricia) and daughter Laura (Merlyn MacPhee); grandchildren Brandy Young, Grant MacPhee (Amanda) and Andrew Sardella and great grandchildren Aliexia and Aubrey. Survived by many nieces and nephews, his brother Malcolm and predeceased by 11 brothers and sisters. Keith was a long-time employee of Steetley Quarry, was a member of the Steelworkers Union and a faithful patron of Flamborough Downs. Friends will be received by the family on Thursday afternoon and evening from 2-4 & 6-8 at the Turner family Funeral Home, 53 Main Street, Dundas. Vigil Prayers Thursday afternoon at 2:30. Expression of sympathy to Emmanuel House would be appreciated by the family.

5 Messages to Sardella, Keith Victor James

  • Janice

    Dear Mike, Patti, Brandi and Andy.

    I am so so sorry to hear about the sad loss of your Dad, Grandad. He was a wonderful man, always happy and took time to ask how I was doing. He was one in a million they way he loved and cared for Shirley. He will sadly missed by all he knew him, the only comfort is that he is back with his beloved wife.

    take care of each other X

  • Robert (Bob) Jones

    Mike & Family
    My sincerest condolences.
    I have so many fond memories of your dad from the old Canada Crushed Stone/Steetley days, having worked with him for so many years. I cherish these terrific memories, and can look back with a big smile. I will miss him.

  • Bill Carroll

    Keith is remembered from the Canada Crushed Stone days and at Flamboro Downs. R.I.P…
    From. Bill Carroll

  • Maria Craig and Family.

    It is with sadness that we say good bye to him , but it is with hope that we celebrate his life , he was a fantastic person may God grant you peace and comfort during this time Love and prayers from the Craig Family .

  • Cheryl & Bill Arnold

    Life isn’t measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breaths away.

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