Kenneth Francis McLean
McLean; Kenneth Francis ~ It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Kenneth “Kenny” Francis McLean on Friday, January 31, 2020 at home surrounded by family after a very lengthy battle with cancer, at the age of 84. Throughout his illness, he always put on a strong face, never once complained, and showed everyone the fight he had with in him and we often thought he had 9 lives. He will be deeply missed by his best friend and beloved partner of 34 years Lillian Lewis. Lillian’s love, dedication and care made it possible for Dad to stay in his home, where he wanted to be until the very end. He will be sadly missed by his children Keith (Debbie), Shelley Storace (Paul) and David (Adrianne) and his grandchildren Stefanie, Danny (Brianna), Cassandra Slepian (Max), Dylan, Kevin and Ben. Predeceased by his parents Norman and Lois (née Margueratt) and sisters Margaret and Jean. Survived by siblings Stephen (Laurie), Linda and Michael. Ken will always hold a special place in the hearts of the entire Lewis family. Fondly remembered and missed by numerous nieces, nephews, extended family and many friends. Ken worked as a carpenter and started his career with his father, Norm. They built many beautiful homes together, and he continued his career with a local contractor in Baltimore, Ontario for many years until joining the Carpenters Union. He was a volunteer fireman with the Baltimore Fire Department. He loved to golf, fish, boat and he loved to entertain his family and friends at his trailer. A caring father who supported his children and grandchildren throughout their lives in their many activities. He loved to attend their sporting events and you could always count on him to be sitting on the bench cheering you on. An avid hockey fan of the Cobourg Cougars and the Toronto Maple Leafs. He loved to play games and we always had a game of 31 going whenever the family was together. He will be missed around the card table. He enjoyed a glass of white wine every now and again, right until his last few weeks. Following Ken’s wishes, cremation has taken place. A private family interment will be held in Tomstown, Ontario in the summer. In memory of Ken, a memorial donation may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. Online condolences may be made at www.fallis-shields.com
Sending our heartfelt condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Kenny was a great man and will be missed.
The Foden Family
Very nice write up. Xxoo. My love and condolences to all. He was a wonderful person and will be so missed by many. Thoughts and prayers are with everyone.
Lillian,Keith,Shelley,David and family my sincere condolences. Ken was a good man, great father and proud grandfather and will be missed by many. He put up a good fight and now he is resting in peace. Thinking of you all at this time. xo
May the cherished memories bring you peace at this difficult time.
Rest In Peace Kenny. Keep that hat on and always keep smiling. We’ll miss you.
Rob and Erika Lewis
We're so sorry to hear of Kenny's passing. Please accept our deepest condolences.
Elaine & Rick Palmateer
Kenny we will miss having a few drinks with you and lil on a sunny weekend afternoon but most of all I will miss your carpenter inspector advice from being in the trade. You were respected and we will miss you.
Geoff and Kathy Morgan
Dave, Shelley and family, We’re so sorry for your loss. Outer thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.
Wayne and Judy Ferguson
God bless you Uncle Kenny, I love your kids and my family will be there at your celebration of life.... god bless you and your family....
I'm so sorry that you lost Kenny, he will be greatly missed by both families and friends, I'm sure. He always had a smile, rest in peace Kenny
Sorry to hear about Ken's passing. He was a great friend to my Father and I always enjoyed talks with him when he visited their house in Baltimore. Condolences to the family
Jason and Erin Beatty
Thinking of the entire family at this difficult time. Our deepest condolences to you all.
Ken and Cheryl Smith
So sorry for your loss, sending my sympathies your way in this difficult time
Shelley & family, very sorry to hear of your loss, my heart goes out to you.
To Shelley, Paul, Cassandra, Dylan and your extended family I send sincere condolences. I am so sorry to hear about you Dad \ Grandfather. Keep those wonderful memories alive and deal and extra hand of 31 when you play. Sending love and hugs XO..Dawn
Sending hugs to everyone and know we are thinking of you.
Gladys ans Jim Baldini
Sad to hear this news. My condolences to all Kennys' family and friends
With my heartfelt sympathy Shelley, to you and your family. I enjoyed reading your Dad's obituary, you must have many wonderful memories. Thinking of you. xo
Sending our thoughts and prayers to the McLean family at this difficult time. Also to Lillian (Mom) Kenny's soul mate. We know how much Kenny meant to you and how much you will miss him. You will be greatly missed by all and have left us all with some beautiful memories. Rip Kenny. Lewis Family
Our families have be intertwined for years. Loved this man. I will tell a funny story about a trip Kenny and I had in one of our trips coming back from Tomstown to Cobourg at his celebration of life. He was a gentle soul and he will be missed by many.
Khrissy Ryan (Wright)
Lil, The McLean Family, and The Lewis Family: My sincere condolences. Kenny was a kind and gentle man , and I have many fond memories of growing up with Kenny and Lil as my neighbours. Many of them were spent on porches or at each other’s kitchen tables, just chatting and passing the time.