August 9, 1936 – November 21, 2017
Gunby, Kenneth Lawrence – passed away peacefully in his 82nd year at the Juravinski Hospital on Tuesday November 21, 2017. Loving and devoted husband of 60 years, soulmate and best friend of Ruth (nee Lewis). Proud father of Kimberly and her husband Mark Weavers, Randy and his wife Krista. Sadly missed by his brothers Laverne (Predeceased) and his wife Betty, Cecil (Predeceased) and his wife Teresa. Caring grandfather of Aliana, Courtney, Cole and Tyler. Will be fondly remembered by family and friends. Ken was a Charter Member of the Greensville Optimists, a long-time member of Rockton Agricultural Society and West Flamborough Presbyterian Church. He was retired from Ontario Hydro after 38 years of service as a Journeyman Lineman. Visitation with the family will be on Sunday November 26, 2017 from 1p.m. – 5p.m. at Turner Family Funeral Home, 53 Main St. Dundas, ON. A Celebration of Life will be held at West Flamborough Presbyterian Church, 262 Middletown Rd, Flamborough, ON, on Monday November 27th at 11:00a.m. Donations in memory can be made to Canadian Diabetes Association, Cancer Assistance Program (CAP), or a Charity of your choice. Thank you to the nurses and doctors on 4C at the Juravinski Hospital.
Kimberly, Mark and Family: My deepest sympathy to you.
Dear Ruth, Dear Randy and family and dear Kimberly and family
My heart and prayers go out to you at this difficult time. I loved Ken and I felt proud to be part of Gunby family. He will stay in my nicest memories. May you heal quickly and may you be assured that this is not a final good-bye. The three brothers are now joined again – this time in haven.
With all my love and sympathy – Teresa
Ruth, Kimberly (Mark), Randy (Krista)
Alaina, Courtney, Tyler and Cole
Bev and I are both thinking about all of you – we know it has been a long journey and Ken did a great fight
Thinking about all of you – sending hugs
We are phone call away
Bev and Carly
Sending you prayers and thinking of you all during this difficult time. Uncle Ken was such a kind and loving man and I have wonderful memories of him. There are so many Gunby traits that will live on in generations to come, like the way Uncle Ken smiled with his eyes. Hold the memories close to keep his spirit alive.
Love you all dearly,
Nina and James Tsougios
My thoughts and prayers go to Ruth and family. Rest In Peace Kenneth.
with love and sympathy
Dear Ruth and Family:
Our sincere sympathy goes out to you and your family at this sad time. May God watch over you and give you comfort.
Jim and Bev Bird
To my dear Aunt Ruth, cousins Kimberly and Mark, Randy and Krista, Aliana, Courtney, Cole and Tyler,
We have lost someone here on earth, but heaven has gained a truly great angel. I will miss Uncle Ken’s smile, his kind spirit, and his way of always making light of a situation no matter how contentious it may be. He had a way with words, and was a lot more level-headed then he’d sometimes lead us on to believe!! 🙂
When you find the going gets rough, just think about all the memorable times we had with Ken, and they will bring a smile to your face. Nothing can replace the loss that we feel, but cherishing the memories and laughs hopefully allows you to heal.
This is not goodbye, but so long for now.
Our prayers and sympathies are with you all,
Byron, Simone, Jace and Jayden.
You were such a lovely couple. With sincere sympathy.
Pat Mungar (RBC)
Ruth and family,
We were sorry hear of Ken’s passing. Always recall his warm greetings when we would arrive at trailer country from North Bay. Our thoughts are with all of you during this sad time.
Mike and Karen
Ruth, Kimberly and family.
My sincere condolences. Ken left a big impression on me from my brief time at WFPC.
Ken was a genuine ” gentleman”. There are very few left in this world that exhibit the favorable qualities that Ken did except maybe my own father! A great husband and father I am sure. Whenever we crossed paths at family functions, the Rockton fair or some other community event, there was Kens smiling face to greet me. I will sorely miss him and that encompassing smile. He was a great man. A balance of church, community and family made him so appealing to all that had the pleasure of knowing him!
Cousin John David
Dear Ruth and family
So sorry to hear of Kens passing. Sincere condolences to you and your family.. We often thought of you and Ken as we all worked at Ontario Hydro many years ago.
Bert and Rosemary Ward
Dear Ruth and Family, Thinking of you during this sad time. Our sincerest condolences, The Wilson Family of W. Flamboro (Madge, Debra, Lynn)
Ruth and family–With sincere sympathy
Ruth, Kimberly and family,
My sympathies to all of you in the loss of your husband and father. Whenever and whenever you met Ken, he was always interesting and fun to talk to. A man of great character and entertaining. Sorry for you loss.
So sorry to read of Ken’s passing. I had the pleasure of working with Ken for a number of years at Dundas Area. He was always a true gentleman. My deepest condolences to Ruth and the Gunby family. I will remember him fondly.
Dear Mrs. Gunby, Kimberly, Mark, Aliana, Courtney and Gunby family. I was sorry to read about his passing. Our sincere condolences to you at this difficult time of your life. Cherish the good times as if they were yesterday and they will help you through the coming days, months and years. Mr. Gunby was such a nice man to talk with and who shared his love of Greensville and family with all he met & touched. May he rest in peace. Sincerely, Karen, Peter, Sarah & Laura
Auntie Ruth and family:
Heaven has gained another special angel. Uncle Ken was always so warm and loving. He will be missed by all of those that had the pleasure of knowing him. It is never easy to lose those we love. My love, thoughts and prayers are with all of you as you grieve this special man in your life.
I Love you all – Susan
Sorry about ur loss
Ruth and family, we are so sorry for your loss. Ken was a great friend and neighbour. You are in our thoughts and prayers .
Ruth and family
I was so sorry to hear of Ken’s passing. My deepest sympathy and prayers are with you.
Remember the good times
Randy and Krista my sincere sympathy to you and your family. Cherish the beautiful memories of the times shared with your Dad. Sorry I am unable to see you but you are in my thoughts and prayers. Hugs Dianne
ITo Ruth and Family; I was saddened to hear of Ken’s passing. Ivan and I enjoyed being associated with you both through the years. We can be comforted that they have been reunited with their loved ones. I saw you both recently and you gave me a hug and he a nice smile. God bless you and give you strength.
Love, Ruth McPhail
Our sincere condolences to you, Ruth, and all your family.
Dear Ruth and family:. May God richly bless you with His comfort and love. Remembering what a lovely man he was. I lost my mother in October and know how much you will miss him. Linda Posthuma
It brings much sadness to hear the passing of Ken. I have such fond memories of Ken that I will treasure forever. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time.
All my love.
I extend my deepest sympathies to the Gunby family at this sad time. It was a pleasure to know and work along side Ken with the Greensville Optimists. Heartfelt condolences to his family.
Dear Aunt Ruth, cousins Randy’s Family, & Kimberly’s Family
Our prayers are with you all at this time. Ken was such a good person and endured so much but is now free of any and all sickness. May the Lord bless you all at this time.
Our Love, Bob & Joyce Lewis
Our sincere condolences to you and all your family. We were so sorry to hear of Ken’s passing – we remember him fondly as a real gentleman.
Sincerely, Ron and Mary Sealey
DEAR Ruth and family,
We are so sorry to hear of Ken passing. We have many fond memories .
Peter and I send our condolences to you all.
Our thoughts and Prayers are with you
Love Shirley and Peter Arnold
Dearest Aunt Ruth, Mark and Kimberly daughters Aliana and Courtney “The Weavers Family” Randy and Krista sons Cole and Tyler
With my deepest sympathy in the loss of your husband Ken and a great dad and wonderful grandfather and
a marvelous uncle. May the many memories you have that mean the most to you live forever in your hearts.
I have that I will cherish for my lifetime. His sincere smile and one great breakfast maker I will never forget.
With my love to you all. Keeping close in my thoughts and prayers may God comfort and provide you peace and closure. Barbara DeClue (your niece and cousin)
We were sorry to see the passing of Kenneth , we met Ken and Ruth on a curise and attended there 50th Anniversary 10 years ago . We send our deepest sympathy to Ruth and the family, our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this sad time .Love Don and Sharon Adshead (Binbrook).
I have no words to say that will express the emptiness I feel and the loneliness that exists without you here. Today I had my first good cry, I miss you
Aunt Ruth – Randy and Krista Gunby their boys Cole and Tyler – Kimberly and Mark Weavers their girls Courtney and Aliana
Thinking of you all at this difficult time. I am deeply saddened myself at the loss of a great uncle who was a spectacular host when visiting to Canada from my home in Tigard, Oregon (near Portland), fabulous tour guide,
and just an all around great person his smile and laughter will truly be missed. May the memories never be
forgotten but live forever in our hearts. With my deepest sympathy. Barbara DeClue (niece /cousin)
Randy and Family,
I was so very sorry to hear of the loss of your Father. Thinking of you and sending prayers.
Kathy and Dave McIntosh and Family
Thinking of you Ruth and family. May god give you comfort and peace. I always remember you’s and Max Taylor and family when you’s built your houses on Lilian’s lots who was very dear to our family. Which used to be mr Taylor’s potatoes field. We lived on the top of the tobogganing hill. I was Suzanne Crowder. I think I babysat for you too