Kenneth Fendley

Kenneth Joseph Fendley, 63, unexpectedly returned to his heavenly home on September 10, 2019 at Bluewater Health in Sarnia. He now casts his fishing line from eternal shores. Ken began his life journey August 1, 1956 in Georgetown, Ontario to the late Peter and Violet Fendley. Now he joins his life long partner Glenna Tiffin in his final resting spot. He will be deeply missed by his daughters Tonya Tiffin and Rene Tiffin. Grandchildren Tyler, Kendriaunna, Landon, Liberty, Trenton, Trinity, Kaine, Kaleigh, Ryder and Ireland. Great grandchild Lyric. Dear brother of Bob (Paula), Keith (Debbie), Tim, Jeff, Linda (Paul) and the late Jim and Bill (Robin). Family will be having a celebration of his life at a later date.

“If others wonder why I’m missin, just tell’em I’ve gone fishin.”.

5 Comments on “Kenneth Fendley”

  1. Our four short months had to be the lifetime we had planned to share together, honey. Your sudden passing has left a painful void in my life but I wouldn’t wish away even one second that I had with you. I loved you then, I love and miss you now, I will love and miss you forever. Rest well my love.

  2. To my closest brother.

    I will miss your visits and your texts because even when we couldn’t visit with each other we still took the time to remain in touch. Cards were a blast when you were there. Say hi to Bill up there.

    I love you and miss you.

  3. I just read of Ken’s passing yesterday. We are experiencing total shock and disbelief.
    When I first came to McKay’s Corners, Ken helped us learn our new business, McKay’s Corners Mini Mart. We were new to this and he took the time and patience to teach us so much including food prep and introducing us to a lot of regulars.
    Ken & Glenna quickly became our friends and we shared many good times. Even after Glenna’s passing (what a good woman) we maintained a good friendship with Ken over the years.
    We just can’t believe he is gone.
    Perhaps someone, (Tanya?) Could provide us with more details surrounding Ken’s passing and give us details of his service which we would like to attend.
    Ken with his big heart spent considerable time looking after a mutual friend, Doug Burgess. I would like to know where Doug is now and how he is doing.
    I hope that all of you are finding some way of dealing with this loss.

    I look forward to hearing from you.

    Our thoughts are with you
    Scott & Racheal Smith

  4. I just learned of Ken’s passing. It came as a huge shock to me. Although Ken and I enjoyed many happy times together our paths went in different directions. I often saw and spoke with Ken after our parting and we remained friends. My deepest sympathy to his family.

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