March 22, 1925 – October 5, 2017
Moore, Kenneth Walker – Passed away at St. Joseph’s Hospital on October 5th, 2017. Beloved husband of Pearl (nee Needham) for over 68 years. Loving father of Brad and Karen. Ken was retired from Dofasco after 43 years. He was a veteran of WWII. Friends and family are invited to Turner Family Funeral Home, 53 Main St, Dundas, on Tuesday, October 10th, from 1-4p.m. A memorial service will be held at St. James Anglican Church, 137 Melville St, Dundas, on Wednesday, October 11th, at 2:00p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to St. James Anglican Church or a charity of your choice. Thank you to the staff at Amica and St. Joseph’s Hospital for their care and kindness.
Karen, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time.
Ron & Betsy Palko
Thoughts and condolences to the Moore family. My dad for many years and I worked with Ken at Dofasco and he was a very respected person.
Thinking of all of you during this difficult time. Our sincere sympathies.
Don & Joannie
Dear Pearl and family – sending our sincere condolences. Georgina (Needham) and Gerry Lupton
Sincere condolences.to all.
Hi Pearl; Ken was my boss in the 70s. I left Dofasco in 76 and I went to the government to work as a safety consultant.
Ken was a great mentor and supervisor and always a gentleman. The world is a poorer place without him.
Sincerly, John Galoni
HI Pearl, my sincerest sympathy…. Dundas tennis club ,you and Ken and all the great times together will
never be forgotten
Take care. Joan Hollingham
Dear Pearl and family, Thank you for keeping in touch over the years. We were sorry to hear of Ken’s passing. I remember Ken playing for AEROVOX and Dad playing for Appleford’s, Ken provided hockey sticks for Doug and I for which we were thankful.
I also remember your decadent cherry macaroons, Pearl, they were so delicious.
With love always, Dennis and Leslie
Dear Pearl, Karen and Brad. With sincere sympathy for your loss. Also with many happy memories of sharing great times at your home and on travelling adventures. Ken is missed.
Our condolences to you and your family on Ken passing. We will remember his time at Amica fondly.
Dear Pearl and family, John and I send our sincere condolences.
Diana (Needham) and John Avery
Dear Pearl and family: We were sorry to hear of Ken’s passing. You have had many years together, and we are sure that things won’t feel the same without him. He will, we know, be missed. You are in our prayers,
Ralph and Marni
Dear Mrs. Moore, Karen and brad, so sorry to hear of mr moores passing. I was your neighbor in Central Park survey. (Pat Dennis). R.IP. MR. MOORE
Pearl and family … Ken was such a fine man. We have nothing but fond memories of him. Rae & Lois thought the world of Ken & Pearl & family.
Dave & Susan McKay