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Date of Passing: Jan 24, 2023

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1937 - 2023

Kenneth Glen Lofto passed away peacefully on January 24, 2023 at Riverview Health Centre, with his family by his side.
Ken is survived by his wife Dorothy, sister Thelma Arnal; sons, Dale (Deborah), Doug (Joanne); grandchildren, Randall (Tamara), Richard (Rita), Christopher (Nicole), Courtney, Sean (Julie); and great-grandchildren, Tessa, Kacey, Charlotte, Kolton, Lyla and Lennon.
The family wishes to thank the staff at Riverview for their care and compassion.
Cremation has taken place and a Celebration of Life will be held on May 18, 2023 at Coutu Funeral Home, located at 680 Archibald Street.

Friends and family are invited to sign the online book of condolences at


As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Jan 28, 2023

Condolences & Memories (9 entries)

  • To Doug and Dale I was so saddened when your dad passed away. He was so special not only to me but to my whole family. I have so many memories of him going back to when I was 4 years old living on Cathedral St. He was about 16 or 17 years old and he lived with us. He came with us when we moved to Desmeurons St. and later to Kavanaugh St. When I got my first pair of skates at Christmas he took me to the rink next door and taught me skate. He stayed close to us after he got married and moved a block away and eventually 2 doors down on Cusson St. We loved him very much. When I close my eyes I can see my Dad and uncle Kenny sitting together enjoying a cold one. Rest in peace Uncle Kenny. - Posted by: Denise Ratcliffe (niece) on: May 03, 2023

  • To the entire LOFTO family (and by reading the obit there is a fair number of you), condolences go out to you all, this is never an easy time and our thoughts are with you. Mark & Jo - Posted by: MARK & JO-ANN LAFRENIERE (Friend, co-worker) on: Feb 06, 2023

  • My condolences to the Lofto family. Doug and Dale, I had the enjoyed opportunity to work with both of you. I didn't know your father, but I'm sure he was responsible for your trustworthy. friendly behavior towards others. A good man will be missed but not forgotten. - Posted by: Albert Trudeau (friend) on: Feb 03, 2023

  • I had so many great times at Flo & Alex farm, then again in Winnipeg. Condolences to the family. - Posted by: (cousin) on: Feb 01, 2023

  • Dorothy and Family, so sorry to hear of your loss. Ken was a great person, enjoyed floor curling with the two of you - Posted by: Judy Huebner (Friend) on: Jan 28, 2023

  • Worked with Kenny for numerous years at Winnipeg Transit. He loved his cottage time and trips to Lake Havasu. Condolences to the family. Fond memories will always keep him near. Rest in Peace. Ray J Reimer - Posted by: Ray J Reimer (Former co- worker ) on: Jan 28, 2023

  • To Dale and Doug, may the precious memories of your Dad give you comfort. He was a great guy, so thoughtful. My sincere condolences from a good friend. Yolande - Posted by: yolande manaigre (friend) on: Jan 28, 2023

  • Dale to you and your family our sincerest condolences on the passing of your Father. Chris treasure his memory forever we knew how much he meant to you. Ken & Monique - Posted by: Ken Beaque (friend) on: Jan 28, 2023

  • Dale, Doug and your families, please accept our sincere condolences for the loss of your Dad. I have so many fond memories of him dating back to when he stayed with us on Kavanaugh Street. He sometimes referred to himself as the eldest of our family. He was a special man and a Saturday afternoon drinking buddy for our Dad; Moe. They had a close bond and that was reinforced when you guys lived only 2 doors over on Cusson. Good times. We hope that your many memories will help you now through this difficult period. Sincerely, Brian and Debbie Arnal - Posted by: Brian Arnal (Nephew) on: Jan 28, 2023

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