Kenneth Richard Jansen

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JANSEN;  Kenneth R. (Proud life long Firefighter serving with Fort Erie Fire Services and Cobourg Fire Service)  ~ With his family at his side on Wednesday, September 5, 2018 at the Northumberland Hills Hospital, Cobourg.  Ken Jansen was the beloved husband of Irene Jansen (nee Baker).  Loving father to Kimberly (partner Les), Kenny (wife Ashley), Bradley (wife Sarah). Loving step-father to Rick (partner Karen) and Tanya (partner Aaron).  Very loving grandfather to Erin Lumley, Andrew Jansen, Drayden Jansen, Brock Jansen, Emma Jansen, Kaylie Jansen, Aiden Jansen, Averee Jansen, Trista Oliver, Jacob McNairn, and the late Nelson Lumley, and Leanna McNairn.  Dear brother of Betty and Darlene.  Loving uncle to many nieces and nephews.




Service Information

A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, September 8th at the Baltimore Recreation Centre, 23 Community Centre Rd., Baltimore from 1:00 – 5:00 pm with memories shared at 2:00 pm. In memory of Ken, donations to the ALS Society or the SickKids Foundation would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements entrusted to the Fallis & Shields Funeral Home, Millbrook. Online condolences may be made at www.fallis-shields.com.

Condolences

Ken, our very sincere sympathy to you and all of your family in the loss of your Dad . He will be greatly missed by all of you . Condolences . Dalton and Heather

Dalton and. Heather McDonald


Our hearts go out to you at this very sad and difficult time. The world has lost one really terrific man.

Stuart and Dee McLeod


With all the thoughtful and kind condolences Ken sent to his hometown over the years, it is only fitting to send our deepest sympathy to all of the family on the loss of a truly great guy. He surely did not deserve his recent suffering. May he rest in peace, and may you find comfort in all of the happy memories he has left behind.

Carol and Gary Farnan


To Brad Janson Sending condolances to you and your family. Cort's Mom so you spent a good part of highschool near here. Tough times are always a little easier when you know people are caring about how you are doing. Donna

Donna Kelly