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P.O. Box 130, 1 Highland Drive
Flesherton, ON N0C 1E0
Phone: (519) 924-2810
Fax: (519) 924-3614
Kenneth Walduck

Kenneth Charles Walduck

Thursday, July 6th, 1933 - Friday, February 28th, 2020
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Kenneth Charles Walduck died peacefully on February 28, 2020 in the Markdale Hospital. He was 86.

Ken was born in Liverpool, England then his family moved to Ainsdale in 1951 where he met and married the “love of his life”, Nancy Edith Morris. They had one child, Jane Claire. In 1957, the small family immigrated to Toronto, Canada where Ken worked for the Royal Insurance Company. During the course of his career his promotions led the family to live in North Bay, Ontario, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia finally ending up back in Toronto at head office until he retired as a Senior Vice-President of Royal Sun Alliance.

Ken enjoyed golf, biking and was an executive member of the 48th Highlanders.

When Nancy passed away in 2015, Ken moved to Markdale to be close to Jane and her family.

Ken is survived by his daughter, Jane Field (Craig Matta), sisters Gillian and Rikki, Grandson Zachariah, cousins Joan (Peter-deceased) Phillips and Ray (Olive) Walduck and several nieces, nephews and cousins. He is predeceased by his parents and brother, Colin.

Cremation has taken place and a celebration of his life will be announced at a later date. Donations in Ken’s name to the Salvation Army or a charity of your choice would be appreciated.
We would like to thank the staff and volunteers at the Markdale Day-Away program, his P.S.W., Judy, Dr. Brian Power and the staff at Markdale hospital for their end of life care. “Dileas Gu Brath”
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Michael Crowell

Posted at 02:22pm
Very sorry to hear of Ken's passing. Ken was a mentor of mine at the Royal Insurance in the mid 1970's. Also enjoyed a few IPA's together. RIP my friend. Condolences to Ken's family. Mike Crowell
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Rikki Durbin

Posted at 08:23pm
Ken, my beloved and amazing brother. His presence was always felt when he was in a room. His dry sense of humour; his quick wit; the twinkle in his eyes.

So many pictures of him in my mind; the handsome boy I loved as a child, the man who welcomed me and my family when we immigrated to Canada, the look of joy on his face as he sailed his boat, his observant gaze and quiet demeanour. A man of few words but when he did speak it was usually worth listening to him

So many memories. His unfailing kindness - always there when I needed a helping hand. His love and acceptance of me, warts and all. I will miss you so much Ken and will love you for ever.

Your sister, Rikki

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dave

Posted at 01:34pm
Ken Walduck has moved on to a better place.
My Mums big brother was born during the war. At a young age he was badly injured when the family house was bombed. Told he’d never walk again, he used his spirit and fortitude to walk, bike, sail and succeed.
He let us live with him when we first moved to Canada. He loved planters peanuts, big breakfast and adding salt to his beer.
He loved his family and especially his beloved wife, Nancy.
He was a true gentleman to the end with a constant sparkle and sense of humour.
My visit with him a week ago was my last. We laughed and teased as good families do!
RIP Uncle Ken, thanks for the life lessons. Give Aunty Nancy a hug from us!
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