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1944 – 2022

It is with sadness that the family of Ken Lazar announces his passing on May 17, after a brief illness.
Ken was extremely proud of his Ukrainian heritage, being a life-long member of Blessed Virgin Mary Parish. Having lived his entire life in the north end, Ken was an avid Jets and Bomber fan. His love of hockey extended to over 40 years of volunteering with various minor hockey organizations. Ken enjoyed meeting up with all his friends for a coffee to catch up on all the local news. He will be sadly missed by all.
A heartfelt thanks to the Palliative Care unit at the St. Boniface Hospital for their kind and compassionate care during Ken's final days.
For those wishing, a donation can be made in Ken's memory to St. Boniface Palliative Care Unit.

Vichnaya Pamyat

Make a donation to St. Boniface Hospital Foundation

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on May 28, 2022

Condolences & Memories (3 entries)

  • I am hoping this is the Ken I worked with back in the good old days at Dominion Bridge in 1973 to 1979 . We had so much fun in the Saskatchewan office, In 1979 I was transferred to the Dom. Br. office on Donald. The picture is telling me this Ken hope I am right. Ken, Bob & Stu are worked on the sales desks. So sorry to hear Ken passed away. If this not the right Ken L. please delete my condolences. - Posted by: Georgina Jones (co-worker) on: May 29, 2022

  • I have not seen Ken for decades but we did business together when he was at Dominion Bridge. One of the truly nice guys in this world. Easy to talk to and a good listener. Wish I had crossed paths with more guys like him in my life.... - Posted by: david magrel (friend) on: May 28, 2022

  • My condolences to the Lazar family on the passing of Ken. I first met Ken when I attended Isaac Newton Junior high, grades 7-9. Ken had an out going personality and a husky voice. If I remember right, school was very close for him. In spring and fall, we could take our bikes to school. In winter, there was no lunch room and one had to go home for lunch. As I lived some distance away, if I walked fast, I had about 15-20 minutes at home for lunch. That's when I remembered how close to school Ken lived. I went to St. John's high school and believe Ken went to Sisler high school due to school boundaries. God Bless, Rest in Peace. - Posted by: (class mate) on: May 28, 2022

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