26/11/1947 – 30/03/2020
Ken was my soul mate and best friend. He was very proud of our 2 sons, 6 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. He was very much a family man and would always be the first to help anyone who needed it. He worked at several places after leaving school but always wanted to work for London Ambulance Service. Which he did and loved every minute of it again helping people in need. When he retired he was still helping people in the local community providing transport for senior citizens with hospital or doctor appointments. He was also on the patient committee at our local doctors.
He was also a very active member of Masonic Masons being a treasurer and secretary. He enjoyed this very much.
He loved fishing and with our motorhome and later caravan spent holidays on sites with fishing lakes.
He also loved watching Rugby Union, particularly six nations and there would be several texts and phone calls between him and our 2 sons analyzing the game.
Ken was my soul mate and best friend. Ken always happy from the minute he got up in the morning till going to bed. He always had a song or whistle on his lips.
He loved a joke. There are many people who are missing him his whole family and friends. He was a big part of all the lives he touched. Life was never dull with him around and the world is a much quieter place without him.
I am dedicating a Memory Tree for Ken because he was such a big part of our family and they loved him so much that I would like our grandchildren to be able to take their children to see this tree and can tell them what a lovely caring man he was.