It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Ken Bezuko, surrounded by family on Saturday January 25th, 2020, at the age of 72.
Ken is survived by his devoted wife of 51 years Alberta, two sons Neil (Heather) and Blair (Dena), as well as grand children: Hailey (Tristan), Blake, Logan, Braxton, Samuel, Matteo, Gianna, and sister Carol (Art), and brother Barry (Christine).
Ken embraced life with his enthusiasm for cooking, golfing, painting and skiing. His greatest joy was his family with whom he shared his love of life. He will be missed by all that had the pleasure of knowing him.
We would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to all friends and family for providing their love and support. The family also wishes to thank the health care providers at the Cross Cancer Institute, as well as Capital Care Norwood.
As per Ken’s wishes, no formal service will be held. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Ken’s name to the Cross Cancer Institute or Capital Care Norwood.
Our heartfelt sympathy to you Alberta ,and your family on the loss of Ken .We feel very fortunate to have known him ,he really was a person who loved life and his family .Rest peacefully Ken ….eternal memories ❤️
My heart is broken, my deepest thoughts to Alberta, Neil, Blair and their Families. I was blessed to know Ken (Dad Bezuko) for almost my entire life, and I will miss his laugh, smile and amazing cooking!!! I was lucky to say goodbye my last trip home and will raise a glass with a smile for “Dad”.
Love and hugs
Alberta, deepest sympathy to you and your family on the loss of Ken. I hope the support of family and friends give you strength during this difficult time and fond memories give you comfort.
Alberta and Family,
We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Ken. He was a wonderful person and will be greatly missed by all. Our thoughts are with you and your family at this difficult time.
Kevin, Trish and Family
Alberta, we send our deepest sympathies to you and your Family during this time of mourning. Ken was such a happy, outgoing man, he put a smile on everyone’s face. Ken would insist that you all think happy thoughts. May you find healing and comfort in the warmth of loving memories.
Nick and Sylvia
Alberta , Blair and family . So sad to hear of Kens passing . He was such a sweet man and will be greatly missed for sure . Big hugs .
Our Condolences to Alberta and family.
Our hearts are broken! As yours is. Ken had a impact on everyone he knew.We will have a big cloud over our golfing summer.
Our love to you & Blair.
Alberta, Blair and family are thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time.May the peace which comes from the memories of Love shared comfort you now and in the days ahead. Always enjoyed our visits and his trickery at Hidden Valley. It’s nice he left us a few of his masterpieces up there to remind us of him.
Alberta and family,
I’ll always remember Ken for his sense of humor and laughter. I will miss him at family gatherings. We hope you’ll take good care of yourself and each other through this difficult time.
Dear Alberta and family,
With heavy hearts we heard of Ken’s passing. Ed has fond memories of Ken and the Bezuko family going back many years. Please accept our deepest condolences during this time of loss.
Ed and Linda Mackoway
Dearest Alberta & Family,
Our heartfelt condolences go out to you all. May the best of memories of Kenny bring you all comfort during this very difficult time. Kenny will be so missed I know, he touched many hearts; his lovable and kind nature will be treasured….I remember stories from my dad Tommy Nickifor, he always smiled and had a story & chuckle about the times with Kenny.
Love & Blessings,
Shelley, Gerald, Sterling & Alexia Clerx
Our deepest condolences and sorrow at this sad time for Alberta and family. Ken will be missed by all of us for his fun spirit and wonderful smile. God bless your family with
courage and energy to move forward in peace with time.
The Royer Family
Alberta, our hearts reach out to you, your sons and their families. We will continue to look for Ken at the end of the alley, chopping ice or washing his car with his constant smile, wave and friendly greeting.
To Alberta & Family – Just heard of Ken’s passing today , deepest sympathy to you all . I will pass on the info . to all of our branch members of the Canadian Culinary Federation – Edmonton Branch .
Regards to you all –