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Kenneth "Ken" Maitland


October 9, 1950

Sarnia, Ontario


January 9, 2023

Sarnia, Ontario


Maitland, Kenneth “Ken”
Suddenly, on Monday January 9, 2023, at Bluewater Health in Sarnia, at the age of 72. Ken was the loving partner of Carol Bell for almost 40 years. He was the father of Brandon and Ebony, and stepfather of Kimmy (Gary), Robbie, Patrick (Melinda) and Danielle (Mike). He was Grandpa Kenny to Alyssa, Cassandra, Ashley, Teah and Mavi, and Great Grandpa Kenny to Aleia. Remembered by his brothers David and Gary (Nancy), and his sister Marjorie (Grant). Predeceased by his parents Carrie and George Maitland, his siblings Robert, Donald, and Marion Moore. Cremation has taken place. Family and friends will be received at the Piccadilly Bar and Grill, 905 Divine Street in Sarnia, on Saturday January 14 from 2-5 pm. Remembrances and condolences may be expressed to the family online in “Ken’s Guestbook” at If desired, donations to the Canadian Heart and Stroke Foundation, would be appreciated.

Visitation & Services

Piccadilly Bar & Grill

2 - 5 pm.

Saturday January 14


No services


Lakeview Cemetery


Cheques only please,
will be received at the funeral home


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Our thoughts are with you and your family. James & Randi Grant & Family
James Grant

Dear Carol and Family, I am so sorry to hear of Kenny's passing and, I will always remember his soft tone of voice and his wonderful chuckle, which was quite often. Please enjoy all the wonderful memories you have of Kenny, as I am positive there are many!!
Kevin O'Meara

Sorry to read of the passing of Ken. Sincere condolences to Dave, Gary and the entire family. Mike
Mike Disper

Carol and families. I’m so sorry for the loss of Kenny. It was a joy to meet him. Remember Carol, he had a lot of Love for you. Love Marg Bell
Marg Bell

So very sorry to hear of Kenny's passing. We both worked as operating engineers & lived not far from each other at Ipperwash beach years ago where our kids hung out together. We also deer hunted together in the Bruce. We last saw Kenny up in French River area, at our Lodge, where he stopped and spent a few days with us and catching up on some old times & going through photo albums. We have some good memories of Ken. He will be missed. Our deepest condolences to his family. Billy & Sylvia Tomlinson
Bill Sylvia Tomlinson

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