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Born: Oct 31, 1930

Date of Passing: Jun 14, 2022

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We have lost a gentleman and a gentle man. Ken died on June 14, 2022.
Born to Don and Jean on October 31, 1930, he grew up in Spearhill, MB, graduated from Grade 11, St. James Collegiate, Grade 12 from United College, B.Sc. (CE) University of Manitoba and M.Sc. (CE) University of Alberta.
Apart from three years in Tanzania with C.I.D.A., he worked for Manitoba Highways and Transportation, ending his career as Executive Director of Planning and Design. His favourite position was as the first Traffic Engineer in Manitoba and working on the National highway standards.
Ken enjoyed his travels to different countries and experiencing their cultures. He was active in his professional association and church, loved his curling at the Grain Exchange and Granite, his bridge group and his early morning golf at Victoria Beach.
Humble, up-front and honest, with a quick way with words and a great sense of humour, he lost these to vascular dementia over the past 18 years.
Left to remember him are his wife Dolores; son Mason and his wife Brenda Pruden; daughter Karen and her husband Jim Peters; daughter Jennifer and her husband Warren Owens; grandchildren, (and spouses), Veda, Nola and Simon, Emily, Stephanie, Rebecca and Katharina, Rachel and Nicole; great-grands, James, Margaret Anne and Eleanor, Theo and Titus, Elizabeth, Samantha and Jonathan, Oliver, Madeline and Charlie and Imrie; sister Rosemary and many nieces and nephews.
Ken loved his coffee, so raise a cup and remember him.
A memorial service will be held at a later date.

Bardal Funeral Home
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As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Jun 18, 2022

Condolences & Memories (2 entries)

  • I have known Ken and his family for many years through our mutual association with the Jardine Clan Society, Manitoba Branch. Unfortunately we have lost touch over the years after the Society became inactive. I have very fond memories of Ken. He was exactly as described - a true gentleman, a kind soul, witty and charming. Heartfelt condolences to Dolores, Mason, Karen, Jennifer and the rest of the "clan". - Posted by: Janet Jardine (Family friend) on: Jun 21, 2022

  • On behalf of the Health Sciences Centre Foundation extending our deepest and heartfelt sympathy to Mrs. Jardine and family on the passing of Kenneth Jardine. As a past Honorary Director we are grateful for his dedicated service in support of advancing health care for Manitoba patients at the Health Sciences Centre. Wishing you all peace and comfort in the days ahead. Lynda Ruban staff & friends at the HSC Foundation - Posted by: Lynda Ruban (staff at Health Sciences Centre Foundation) on: Jun 20, 2022

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