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Ken passed peacefully in his home at the age of 74. Sadly, rheumatoid arthritis took a toll on his body. Heart disease weakened his heart.
Generous and sociable, Ken liked a good time with friends and family. A natural athlete as a youth, he maintained his love of sports as a loyal Maple Leafs and Yankees fan. He worked for Dominion Bridge, then provided lawn care services, followed by security work.
His longstanding connections to friends at Grand Beach, his Yakimow, Zdrill, Balagus, Delaine and Navrot relatives, and godchildren were a great source of enjoyment and comfort.
His dream was to win the lottery and drive a Mustang convertible. He will be missed!
A Celebration of Life will be held with family and friends in the spring.
If inclined, donations in Ken's memory can be made to the Humane Society.

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As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Feb 18, 2023

Condolences & Memories (3 entries)

  • So sorry to hear of Bunzo's passing. Had a lot of laughs with him over the years. Carla. - Posted by: Carla (friend) on: Mar 12, 2023

  • I am saddened to learn of Bunzo’s passing. We met at Grand Beach in 1970 and had many a good time over the years. RIP my friend. - Posted by: Maggie Colvin (Friend) on: Feb 20, 2023

  • I'm very saddened to hear about your passing Bunzo. We had a lot of fun growing up & playing hockey for Northwood then as time went on we would meet for coffee at Tim's & always have a lot of laughs. Well Bunzo I'm going to miss those times. May you rest in peace my friend. Norman Markus - Posted by: Norman Markus (Friend) on: Feb 18, 2023

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