Kenneth Joseph Bertrand

August 8, 2014 5 Condolences Print Obituary

Kenneth Bertrand
June 16, 1958 - August 5, 2014
On August 5, 2014 Kenneth Bertrand of Dryden Ontario, passed away at the age of 56 years.  Kenneth leaves to mourn his parents; Zenon and Louise Bertrand, as well as Sisters; Martha (Michael) Howatt,
Sarah (Brian) MacArthur and Debbie Milavsky, Nieces and Nephews; Sandra Howatt (Mike), Jordan (Tanya) Howatt, Craig MacArthur, David MacArthur (Vanessa), Monique Milavsky (Steve) and Terina Milavsky, as well as five great nephews; Colby, Nathan, Jaxon, Noah and Tyler

Dearest Ken Your kindness will be remembered.  We will always love you and hold you dear to our hearts. Be at rest.

Funeral service

Wednesday August 13 at 11am at Trinity Funeral (12134 66 Street, Edmonton, Alberta)

  1. On behalf of the Calgary Dream Centre, I would like to extend our most sincere condolences to Ken’s family. He spoke very highly of his family, especially his Mom. We have fond memories of Ken’s light and beautiful spirit here, and they will not be forgotten.

    We hope you find peace at this time and are too able to remember the joy Ken brought to everyone’s lives. You are in our prayers.

    Blessings,

    Kelsi and the staff at the Calgary Dream Centre

    • We cannot say enough thank you’s to the Calgary Dream Centre for all the chances and tools you gave to Ken to succeed. May the Dream Centre have successes every day.
      Mom, Dad, Martha, Sarah and Debbie

  2. Mr. and Mrs. Bertrand, Martha Sarah and Debbie:

    Our families lived side by side for many years and we remember with fondness the hockey games on Grude’s rink, the school bus rides to Winterburn and then Memorial Composite in Stony. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Alfred Ruby Judy Janet Ross Don Darryl and Jamie

    • Thank you Janet, and the whole family. I gave the eulogy for Ken as a last honor for our brother. Funny how the memories are the same. I spoke of cold snowy mornings where Ken would be out shoveling the pond for a neighbourly game of hockey. Your thoughts and prayers are wonderful support for all of us. We could not have gotten through this very trying time in our lives without them.
      Debbie
      Mom, Dad, Martha and Sarah

  3. My Condolences to the Bertrand Family. I went to school with Ken at Winterburn and later at Stony Plain. I always remember Ken as a thoughtful, easy going guy, who could get along with anyone. My thoughts and prayers to your family. Rest in Peace Ken.

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