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In Loving Memory


Ken Kells

Born in Enniskillen Twp, Ontario

December 17, 1932

Died in Sarnia, Ontario

March 26, 2019

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Obituary Announcement

Kells, Ken

Ken passed suddenly at his residence on Tuesday March 26, 2019, at the age of 86. Ken was the beloved husband of Phyllis for over 51 years. Loving father of Cathy and Jay, Susan and Andre, David and Danielle, Julie and Doug, and Paul and Jen. Cherished grandpa of Kaelene, Kendra, Sarah, Dylan, Alanah, Benjamin, Samuel, Issac, and Quinn, and Julia, Ashton, Parker and Alex. Survived by his sisters Donna (Mark), and Lois. Predeceased by his brother Morley and his brother-in-law Carl. Ken was a long-time dairy farmer and cash crop farmer, located on the sixth line of Moore Township. Ken also operated an antique store in Petrolia for 16 years. Cremation has taken place. Remembrances and condolences may be expressed to the family online in “Ken’s Guestbook” at



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Lakeview Crematorium

Sarnia, Ontario


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Our heartfelt condolences to you Phyllis, and your family. He is a man who will be missed by all who knew him.

Katherine and Raymond

Sorry to hear of Ken's passing. Always a great guy to visit with and talk antiques. We will miss him. Our thoughts are with you and your family Phyllis. Reg and Carol

Reg and Carol Allen

Dear Phyllis and family so sorry to learn of Kens passing our sincerest sympathies to the entire family our prayers and thoughts are with you Sincerely Oliver and Janet Smith

Oliver & Janet Smith

Sorry for your loss.


Dear Phyllis and family, We are sorry to hear of Ken's passing. Our thoughts and prayers go with all of you.

Web and Rennie Boersma

Hi Cathy & Jen, & family, So sorry for your loss. Thinking of you at this time. Hugs. Marie Johnson

Marie Johnson

I would like to extend my deepest sympathy to his family and friends. He was a great man and her taught me the meaning of a good days work. He wil be missed.

Dan Marsh

To my sister Phyllis . You are entering a whole new chapter in your life . One that scares you , as it does all of us that have shared years of marriage and togetherness . Do I have an answer for you that will magically make everything all better ? I wish I did . You and Ken had a full and busy life and raised a family to be proud of . Now take one day at a time and let your children help you . They want to do that and they need to do that for their own sakes . I am here for you . I love you sister ……. Brenda

Brenda Thom

David , Paul , Cathy , Susan and Julie . When we leave this world ,, it isn`t what we take with us that counts but what we leave behind . You are the family that your father nurtured and instilled the same values that his father instilled in him . Now you will pass those same values onto your children . You are left with wonderful memories that I was lucky enough to share . You can still talk to your father because his spirit will never be far away . Love you all .

Brenda Thom

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