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Kenneth Jack Webb – 1948 – 2009

KenWebbIt is with much sadness that we inform you that Ken Webb has passed away.

His contribution to the mortgage industry across Canada over the past 40 years has been one of unforgettable wisdom and expertise. Ken was a valued employee, a devoted husband and father, and a good friend. He will be truly missed.‪

On behalf of everyone at Bridgewater Bank, we extend our sincerest sympathies to Ken’s family.

‪Peter O’Neill
Chief Operating Officer
Bridgewater Bank      

Todd Poberznick
Assistant Vice President, Production
Bridgewater Bank   

About Ken…

Beloved and treasured by his wife Linda and children, Kathryn, Elizabeth, son-in-law, Jon and Christopher. Also loved by his sister Linda Sutherland (Brett) and nephews, Brian and Ian (Linda & Jordan). Ken died peacefully in the arms of his family on November 24rd following a hard-fought battle with cancer.

Ken’s children have inherited his love for weekends at the cottage, long drives to Florida, family vacations and his taste for roots music, but not his unwavering faith in the Toronto Maple Leafs and Blue Jays.

Funeral & Visitation

Visitation at Turner & Porter, Peel Chapel. 2180 Hurontario St., North of the QEW,

on Friday, November 27 at 2 – 4 p.m. and 7 – 9 p.m.. A short Vigil Prayer Service will open the 2:00 p.m. visitation.

A funeral mass will be held St Clement Church, 409 Markland Drive, Toronto, M9C 1S5 at 11.00 a.m. on Saturday, November 28, followed by a reception in the Church Hall.

The family will be ever grateful for the loving care of Nan Clark RN, Dr Anne Horgan – Oncology at Princess Margaret Hospital, Dr. Anne Langlois -Carrette and the caring ICU staff at Toronto’s Mount Sinai Hospital, and the spiritual support of Fr Paul Zimmer and their friends at St Clement Parish.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Sleeping Children Around the World , the Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation , The St. Joseph Immigrant Women’s Centre or by random acts of kindness towards anyone in need.