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KENTISH, David Ian - (April 5, 1929 - October 16, 2019) 

David lived a full and rich life. Everyone he met described him as a kind, generous and compassionate man.

He was born and raised in England. During WWII, as many families were doing to protect their children, his parents sent him and two of his three sisters to the U.S. to live with different families.

Shortly after the conclusion of the war, the siblings returned to their homeland.

As a young man, he decided to study electrical engineering, which changed the course of his life. On completion of his formal education, he met, fell in love, and married Jean.

His children: Stephen (Janine), Carol (Tony) and Julie (Joe) have deep and everlasting memories of his loving presence in their lives.

His grandchildren Chris, Annalea, Gillian, Robin, Jessica, Adrian, John, Peter, Elizabeth, and their children Marlin, Sophia, Jeremy, Josh, Maggie, Grant, Austin, and Zoey, all loved their Grandad and Great Grandad deeply and will continue the legacy he leaves.

Memorial Visitation at McEachnie Funeral Home, Ajax on October 24th from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM.