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McClelland KenMcCLELLAND, Kenneth Charles – Passed away in his 82nd year on March 12, 2017.

Ken is predeceased by his with Barbara (Halliday) and his brothers Norman and Allan. He is survived by his sister Verna (Washnuk) and three sons Ken (Jennifer), Scott (Catherine) and Marty (Shelley). Loving grandfather to Sean, Cal, Jess, Ryan, Madelynne, James and Justin.

Ken is survived by many close family members and friends all of whom have been a great source of comfort and companionship through all the joys and sorrows throughout the years.

Born March 31, 1935, Ken was raised in downtown St. Catharines. He knew every nook and cranny of the downtown core. A great lover of sports, he played as a boy lacrosse and hockey and was a graduate of St. Catharines Collegiate. Ken was a longtime employee and retiree of General Motors.

In his free time, Ken enjoyed watching sports, listening to music, reading historical fiction, watching movies with his popcorn, but most all, good laughs with his dear friends and family. The light in his eyes when he chuckled and snorted will greatly be missed.

Family to receive friends at the HULSE & ENGLISH FUNERAL HOME, 75 Church St., St. Catharines on Thursday, March 16th from 12-l p.m. Funeral to follow in the chapel at 1 p.m. Private family interment in Victoria Lawn Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers donations to Community Care would be appreciated by the family.  

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McClelland KenMcCLELLAND, Kenneth Charles – Passed away in his 82nd year on March 12, 2017.

Ken is predeceased by his with Barbara (Halliday) and his brothers Norman and Allan. He is survived by his sister Verna (Washnuk) and three sons Ken (Jennifer), Scott (Catherine) and Marty (Shelley). Loving grandfather to Sean, Cal, Jess, Ryan, Madelynne, James and Justin.

Ken is survived by many close family members and friends all of whom have been a great source of comfort and companionship through all the joys and sorrows throughout the years.

Born March 31, 1935, Ken was raised in downtown St. Catharines. He knew every nook and cranny of the downtown core. A great lover of sports, he played as a boy lacrosse and hockey and was a graduate of St. Catharines Collegiate. Ken was a longtime employee and retiree of General Motors.

In his free time, Ken enjoyed watching sports, listening to music, reading historical fiction, watching movies with his popcorn, but most all, good laughs with his dear friends and family. The light in his eyes when he chuckled and snorted will greatly be missed.

Family to receive friends at the HULSE & ENGLISH FUNERAL HOME, 75 Church St., St. Catharines on Thursday, March 16th from 12-l p.m. Funeral to follow in the chapel at 1 p.m. Private family interment in Victoria Lawn Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers donations to Community Care would be appreciated by the family.  

NiagaraObituaries.com

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