Kenneth Shore

Kenneth Gilmore Shore

Wednesday, November 28th, 1923 - Tuesday, December 29th, 2020
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Following a long and fulfilling life, with family by his side, Ken left us peacefully in his 98th year.
He was predeceased by his wife and love of his life for 67 years, Marian. Ken will be greatly missed but always remembered by their kids Lyn (Bryan), Roy(predeceased) (Maureen), and Dave (Mary). Much loved 'Papa' to Chris (Ivy), Carrie, Adam (Rebecca), Emily (Andrew), Daniel, Kate and Will. Great grandpa ('Big Papa') to Nathan, Maeve, Cameron, Chelsie and Hudson. Throughout his career, Ken displayed considerable natural entrepreneurial acumen; at one point being a very hands-on administrator for 3 companies simultaneously. Together, Ken and Marian enjoyed family and friends, travel, the cottage on Cameron lake, or catching some sun at their place in Florida, all the while caring for and supporting each other. Ken enjoyed 'life long learning' and pursued diverse interests... a lifelong passion for amateur (and during the war years, commercial) radio, a private pilot's license, several courses in conversational French , radio and TV servicing and... why not take up electronic piano in your 80's?? With a natural ear for music, his ever-present ukulele was never far from his side and he could coax lots of tunes from it. Enough memories to last a lifetime. Thanks 'Papa'.
In lieu of flowers, the family would very much appreciate consideration of a donation to Hill House Hospice, Hospice and Palliative care, Richmond Hill...thank you.
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    Victoria Square Cemetery
Due to Covid, a private family service will be held.


Donations are being accepted for: HILL HOUSE HOSPICE INC.

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Jan Greenwood

Posted at 09:58pm
Hello Dave. I’m sorry to read of your Dad’s passing. I can certainly relate to your sadness but know you will find comfort in your wonderful memories. I would like to have known him longer. He was such a gentleman. My condolences to you and your family.
Jan Greenwood

Joan Elliott

Posted at 04:48pm
Hello Dave.
I was so sorry to hear about your Dad's passing. He was such a great guy - lots of fun and a good help at the condo - providing guidance in his areas of expertise and helping at AGM's with the sound system. I moved in here in '92 and so knew him for a number of years, and always enjoyed his quick wit. Joan Elliott

Beverley Best Payne

Posted at 05:16pm
Dear Lyn and David
Sorry for your loss. This is the end of the Couples Club of Armour Heights United Church. Remembering all the good times they had, card games, plays and picnics. They made lots of memories over 70 years plus. May he rest in peace. Love Bev and Jim


Ruth Cook

Posted at 01:10pm
Dear Lyn and Dave....Your Dad certainly lived a full and rich life. I enjoyed his company during the few times that I spent with him and your Mom whom I thought was such a sweet lady. I am so happy that Chris and Ivy have been able to continue on with the happy times that your parents enjoyed at Cameron Lake. My thoughts are with you as well as his extended family during this time of loss.

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