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KEE, Frederick Joseph   -   April 5, 1921 – June 15, 2022

Passed on June 15, 2022, at the age of 101. Loving husband of Yvone Edythe Kee (died February 7, 2017).

Father of Stephen (Tracey), David (Holly), Brenda and Barbara Aldan (Jack). Dear grandfather of Bryan, Tyler, Alyson and Hayden; and best buddies with Kenny, the family dog.

Fred was a World War II veteran, having served in the RCAF, RAF and Combined Operations in Great Britain during WWII, and served as a Sea Cadet as a teenager.

After WWII, he attended the University of Toronto, graduating in Electrical Engineering with honours in 1949.

Fred was a long-time employee of Ontario Hydro from 1949 to 1986, retiring as the Director of Ontario Hydro Research.

Included in his many job positions was an assignment to AECL to work on the design of Douglas Point and Pickering A Nuclear Power Plants.

He was very active in the Credit Union Movement, serving on the Board of Directors of HEPCOE credit union and the Credit Union League Board and also serving as President of HEPCOE.

He had an avid interest in aviation all of his life and obtained his pilot's licence at the age of 65.

A quiet family farewell will be held. Donations may be made in Fred's memory to The Great War Flying Museum, P.O. Box 27, Cheltenham, Ontario L7C 3L7.