Kenneth Alexander Foulis

It is with heavy hearts we announce the sudden passing of Kenneth “Ken” Foulis, at home, on Thursday October 14, 2021. He was born
on August 20, 1965 to his parents the late Forrest Foulis and Velma Whittal. Predeceased by his sister Brenda Fink. He leaves behind his loving sister Cheryl and brother-in-law Ron Holmes, his brother and best friend Russell, his nephews and their families Lucky, Carrie, Oliver, and Luke Holmes, Dip, Jeanette, Kasey and Bret Holmes, and Jason, Teresa, Madison and Leigha Fink. He loved spending time with his aunts and cousins enjoying lemon cake. Ken was always happy to entertain his great nephews and nieces, chasing them around the pool table and showing their pictures to friends. Growing up he liked to build model car kits and go to stock car races with his nephews. Ken enjoyed playing cards and watching his Toronto Maple Leafs. He was very sociable and loved meeting new people and their pets too. Ken worked at Walmart for 37 years, beginning his career with the company when it was Woolco. His coworkers at Walmart were his second family whom he cared for deeply. Those wishing to make a memorial donation in Ken’s name are asked to please consider Parkinson Canada. 


62 Comments on “Kenneth Alexander Foulis”

  1. You will be deeply missed by your huge family at Walmart. We all loved you Kenny and everyone of us has special memories with u.

    1. My deepest sympathy to the Foulis family Kenneth has been a friend of the family for over 40 years enjoyed talking to him every time I would see him usually at Walmart Ken was hard worker and loved his family you surely will be missed

  2. He will be missed by his Walmart family,I have spent 37 years working with Ken ,miss you!!!!

  3. I Am heartsore for the loss of a the most beautiful Loving Soul, Ken always had a smile & hello for everyone,
    Even during his Illness Ken always had a smile.
    I Will Miss seeing your smile ( as soon as he recognized the face behind the mask ) at Wal-mart I had 30 years working with you, & my Husband Randy loved to have a chat about cars.
    To your beloved Family take comfort that he loved each of you, He will always be with you. God Bless.

  4. Ken I will miss seeing your smile every day at Walmart
    May you be at peace now and out of pain

  5. Ken “Fred” as I always called him. Will miss you! Peace and comfort surround you now and no more pain!

  6. Ken. You will be missed. You were such a hard worker and you didn’t let anything stop you from doing your job. You always had a smile and hello for everyone. I am very proud to have known you and worked with you for 37 years. Rest in peace my friend

  7. are very much missed by your Walmart family.I will remember you standing by the time clock and your “heres trouble” comment.RIP were one of the nicest guys .

  8. My condolences to Russell and all the family. I’ve known Ken for 35 + years. Both when he was at work or where ever I would run into him he was always a chatter box and just an overall great guy!
    You will be greatly missed!!!
    R.I.P Buddy!
    Harold Ytsma

  9. I worked with Ken for many years. After I retired and came back into Walmart he greeted me like I never had left. He will leave a big hole in everyone’s ❤️. Rest In Peace Ken.

  10. We all miss you here at work Ken…. You were an awesome coworker, friend and a great man!

  11. So sad to hear of Ken’s passing – always the nicest guy to talk to at Walmart – I will surely miss seeing you! Love and Prayers to your family at this difficult time!

  12. I would like to say that Ken was a hard worker. We will miss you with Russell, working at Mom and Dad’s. They are very thankful for all that you helped with. Also, thanks for keeping tabs on Mike. From the bottom of our hearts, We thank you for everything. Rest easy.

  13. So sad to hear of Ken’s passing! I knew Ken for 15yrs while at Walmart and he always had a smile. I will surely miss seeing you and your friendly greetings.

  14. Condolences to the entire family. Many a time l would see Ken walking from or to Walmart to his home in St Clair Estates and offer him a ride but he would thank me and walk. He always said hi and waived. I am so sorry to hear of his passing.

  15. I worked with ken for 2 years at walmart.
    Kenny was such a beacon of light to work with. Was always up for a good banter and would go out of his way just to make you smile. He was always kind to me. I’m going to miss hearing ” oh here comes trouble” literally every time he saw me. My thoughts are with everyone who ever knew him and loved him .

  16. My condolences to the entire family. I knew Ken for nearly 40 years. He was my first babysitter when I moved to Chatham. Ken was one of the best. I will miss seeing him at Walmart. May you Rest In Peace Ken you will be missed by so many. Michelle Donald

  17. My condolences to the entire family. Ken was my first babysitter when I moved to Chatham 40 years ago. Ken was one of best. I will miss seeing him at Walmart. May you Rest In Peace Ken. You will be missed by so many. Michelle Donald ❤️

  18. Condolences to Kens family. I loved seeing him when I was at Walmart. When I worked at the info booth at the mall he would always come visit on his lunches. Ken was a ray of sunshine. Rip Ken.

  19. I am deeply sadden by the passing of a friend to all who knew him. You always had a smile which will be missed by so many of us your family at Walmart. Rest in peace Kenny. You are now pain free. Miss you . Wendy M

  20. Condolences to the family on Kens Passing, He always had a big smile and was always friendly! A hard worker and a great friend! Rest in peace!

  21. You will be dearly missed Kenny. You always had fun teasing all your Walmart pals. Condolences to dear family and friends. God keep you all in His tender care. Amen.

  22. I hired you 37 years ago and in all those years you have been asset to the store, the associates and the customers. You were loved by everyone you worked with, including me. You will be missed.

  23. My Sincere condolences to Russell, Cheryl and family. Kenny was such a great guy I had the privilege to know him for almost 40 years . Ken was always one of the first faces I seen when I would visit Walmart. I was deeply saddened by news of your passing. May you Rest In Peace dear friend ❤️

  24. There are not enough kind words that we can say about Ken. I worked with Ken for 30 yrs and my husband Ed worked with him for 16 years. Ken and Ed worked together as a great team. He always had pictures to show us of his family and the items he had made. Your smile , your humor , your kindness towards everyone you meet will truly be missed. Our hearts are broken and we are sending our thoughts and prayers to your family. Rest in Paradise Ken you certainly will be missed .

  25. Kens strength, courage and positivity was an inspiration. A truly amazing person. My condolences to the family. RIP Ken.

  26. It was a great pleasure working with Ken for the short time my husband and I were in Chatham. Ken had such a positive attitude towards everything and his sense of humour made us laugh all the time.
    You will be missed Ken. Rest in peace. God Bless, Mary and Greg McGrath

  27. I can’t believe you are gone Ken
    I will miss you calling me trouble…
    I worked with you for two years and you were such a kind sweet colleague.
    I will never forget you Ken

  28. My condolences to the Foulis family. I worked with Ken many years ago and he would always say hi to me when I would see him in Walmart. He was such a hard worker and will be missed by many. Rest in paradise Ken.

  29. It broke my heart to hear that Ken passed away . I worked with him for many years between Woolco and Walmart . He was a sweet soul , so kind and friendly always joking with all of us . I am proud to have had the chance to meet you and work with you Ken all these years . I am honoured to have been able to work with you and call you a good friend . Rest In Peace ✝️

  30. Ken, I’ve missed hearing you say “oh, oh here comes trouble” and having quick chats during the day at work. You will be missed.
    RIP Ken, you are now free of pain and can rest easy.

  31. My condolences to the Foulis family. I worked with Ken for 2 years and I learned very quickly what a great sense of hour and a very hard worker he was! It was an honour to call Ken a friend! RIP Ken I will miss that smile!

  32. To KENS FAMILY: So very saddened to hear of KENS passing. I worked with him at wal-mart for 16 yeas & cheered on our MAPLE LEAFS. He was loved by all.customers & staff.Everyone should treat people like he did. Will be missed by many you had the privilegde to call him FRIEND>>SPECIAL MAN>>SPECIAL MEMORIES

  33. Ken Was a great man who always brought brightness and cheer to those around him. I’ll miss your playful banter and the kindness you showed me and my family anytime we entered the store. Ken was always a highlight of my day and his positivity was always infectious to everyone around him. I was fortunate to have known him these last five years. My condolences to his family and friends.

  34. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family!
    You were the best friend and loved by all who came to know you.
    May you Rest In Peace!

  35. Ken you where truly one of a kind . Sweet kind and had a gentle soul .you always had a great story to tell or a joke . I will miss seeing you at Walmart . You always had a smile on your face and could make others laugh . Even through your illness you stilled smiled . R.I.P Ken for now there is no more pain .

  36. Russell and Cheryl, so sorry to hear about Kenny. Wishing all of you well. Juanita and Jerome

  37. What a loss… truly sad to learn of Ken’s passing. I left Walmart almost a decade ago now but have wonderful memories and Ken is certainly part of them. You will be truly missed by many… may you rest peacefully.

  38. Such a sad day. Ken was one of the sweetest guys you will ever meet.he will be missed greatly.I will miss him always calling me short stuff when we came into work.may you R.I.P.

  39. Ken was a special individual I worked with him back in Woolco days and he always spoke to me at Walmart as though we still worked together.
    Kenny you were an amazing individual and will be missed. RIP my friend.

  40. I have no words to say what I feel hearing about Ken’s passing. We have been friends most of lives as went to school together then working with him for 22, years. His attitude towards his job and his friends and co workers was amazing. He came to work everyday with no complaints. Never missed a day regardless of how he felt. I will miss you Ken but I know now your in no pain. One day we will meet again. RIP my friend your friend Rita

  41. You always brought a smile to my face! We were double trouble when we worked together and we always had treats to exchange with one another. You were a little flicker of light in a dark and gloomy world and you will be missed!
    Enjoy heaven and try not to cause too much trouble for the angels

  42. Ken, you were my ray of sunshine for 18 years at Woolco and WalMart. The hardest working man I know. Always smiling and pleasant. May you Rest In Peace Ken. My condolences to your family, you will be greatly missed.

  43. No words can express the sorrow so many feel including myself. You will always be remembered for all the good things you have done and the amazing person you were. Love to family and friends he has left behind.

  44. Ken I will miss your smile everyday and you will be missed dearly. And the family our thoughts and prayers are with you all.Love and miss you Ken ❤

  45. Ken I will miss your smile and your humor always down to earth. To your family our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Love and miss you Ken ❤

  46. I’m so heartbroken over the news of Ken’s passing. I am going to miss his smile and calling me trouble everytime he saw me. Haha. He was such a jokester.
    May you rest in pain free peace my friend.

  47. Our little are so missed.I already miss our almost daily phone calls but knowing your pain free is a blessing. Going to miss hearing you say “HERE COMES TROUBLE” and your humor.You were so strong through all the hard times never complaining just chugging along. To your Wal-Mart family Ken so enjoyed coming to work and he always shared such nice stories.He loved all of you.Thank you for bringing such joy to his life.
    R.I.P. little brother love Sis(Cheryl) ,Ron,Russ and all your family

  48. It is truly heartbreaking to lose such a Beautiful Soul that Ken was to all who crossed his path! His every flowing Kindness and Spunk for Life was an example for how we all should be more like! I had the pleasure of working with Ken for 21 years and every day that I got to see him made my day so much better! ☀️ He was family! I will treasure our time and conversations together! Thank You Ken for being My Biggest Cheerleader it meant the world to me! Rest In Peace Ken. ☮️
    My condolences to your family and friends.

  49. I’m so sorry for your loss Russell and Cheryl and families! He was a good friend to my brother Ben (Luiking) and always stopped to say hello when seeing him at Walmart, Many prayers sent your way

  50. Kenny was one of a few wonderfully caring people who would take the time to stop by when he saw the fitting room full of clothes to give his sympathy, lol and encouragement. His sense of humour, positive attitude gave me the encouragement, the shot in the arm I needed. Seeing his struggles showed me I needed to shut my mouth and do my job. I really had nothing to complain about. Kenny was my beacon of light during a dark stormy day. He guided me to a safe shore many times when I felt like giving up God bless my friend.

  51. Going to miss your smiling face at country kitchen. Really enjoyed serving you and Russell

  52. So sorry about Ken passing. My son and I worked with him at Walmart. He was a hard worker, and a very kind man.
    Rest in peace Kenny.
    Patti and Evan Wolsey

  53. Sad to hear this news. Worked with Ken at Walmart long time ago. Could always count on a smile and hello when I saw Ken. Thoughts to his family at this time

  54. Ken I am going to miss your smile, your humour and all the talks we had. We have worked together for 37 years, you will be missed by so many! My condolences to Ken’s family. May you Rest In Peace Ken❤️

  55. So sorry to hear of Kens passing – my deepest condolences to all his family and friends – he was a kind and friendly man – I will miss seeing you at Wal Mart Ken – Rest In Peace

  56. Ken you always knew how to put a smile on someone’s face and how to brighten someone’s day. Just simply saying “here comes trouble” we always had a nice laugh.
    The last time we chatted you said to me “Brittany , you know what ?? I have a lot of friends here at Walmart , more then I ever knew.” I had no doubt. You will be missed deeply by all of us. Rest Easy my Friend.

  57. Condolences to the Faulis family…even though it has been a long time since our West Street days…Ken always said hello and remembered me and my family…may your many memories help get you through this sad time

  58. You are definitely missed at work Ken. I miss saying “There’s trouble” and talking about The Maple Leafs as well… Till we meet again.

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