Howard, Ken J.

January 16th, 2018

It is with regret that the family announce the passing of Mr. Ken J. Howard of London in his 85th year. Beloved husband of 61 years to Elizabeth Ann (Kenny) Howard. Loving father of Robert (Connie), Michelle Visser (Martin) and Candis Ritchie (Paul). Dear brother of John (Celine), Mike (Barb), Mary Margaret, Larry (Christine), Ed (Linda) and the late Peter. Missed also by his five grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Cremation and private family inurnment at St. Peter’s Cemetery, London. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Ken are asked to consider Parkinson Society Southwestern Ontario. 

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Gail ToutSympathy to your whole family on this loss of your patriarch. RIP
Mary & Kevin ConcannonLibby, our sincere condolences to you and your family on Ken's passing. He was a wonderful man and I enjoyed working with him. Hugs and prayers to you.
Kelly & BrianWe've lost a great man, but know that he is still with all of you. Our hearts are with you and you are in our prayers. Fly high, Uncle Ken; we love you.
Ken, Quinn, Madison We are all at a loss of this beautiful man, Sending hugs, prayers, to each of you at this time. I will hold you bright smile forever ... Until we meat again my friend ,Sore the sky's Major !!! ( Thumbs Up!!)
MattRest easy grandpa. Thank you for your kind words and advice during my time with you and grandma. You taught me a lot the year I spent with you guys, I can even tell what weather is coming without even looking at the news now. Grandma I'm sorry for your loss. Love you guys lots. Matt, Jessica, and your great grand babies, Ava, Mila, and Harlow
Carole AltonMissing our Optimist friend, Ken Howard. Thoughts and prayers go out to the family. Dennis and Carole Alton, North London Optimists
PaulPer Ardua Ad Astra, KJ!
Ron and Betty DaveyDear Libby and Family Betty and I were very sorry to hear of Ken's passing.We both worked with Ken at Westview. I was a funeral director assistant along with Ken and Betty got to know him from her time hostessing receptions at the funeral home. He was a great guy, a real gentleman and he always had a story to tell. He was extremely proud of his military career and he loved to tell stories of his past experiences. Plus he always kept us current with the latest weather forecast. We wish you and your family much peace and comfort in the days and weeks to come.
Bob Petrie (friend, neighbour)Libby and family, so sorry to read of Ken's passing. My thoughts go out to you and your family and the Howard clan. I remember when the Family moved to the res at the cemetery..what great times we had. A lot of water has gone under the bridge. I got reunited with Ken when he was at the court hse. We had many long talks. Ken was a great guy I'm sure your memories will help you through the times to come Bob
Pat Stephenson (King)I felt so sad when I read of my cousin Ken's passing. When we were kids, I remember playing with Ken, John, Mike, Pete, and Mary Margaret at the cemetery when our family visited. Then, reconnecting with Ken after he retired and worked at St. Peter's and later at Westview. It was very comforting to have Ken present at Westview when my Mother passed away. He was very kind to us, as he was to everyone. To all the family, I send my sincerest condolences. I hope knowing that Uncle Len, Aunt Noreen and Peter were waiting to welcome Ken with open arms may prove to be a comfort to you. Everyone who knew Ken will miss him tremendously, but when we think of a man who had a life well-lived, we will think of Ken.
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