Funeral Service

1:00 pm
Thursday, October 5, 2017
Cropo Funeral Chapel
1442 Main Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada


Kenneth Nicholas Hunter

November 19, 1949 - October 28, 2017

It is with deep sadness that we announce the sudden passing of our dearly loved husband, father, and grandfather Kenneth Nicholas Hunter.

Ken is survived by Judi, his loving wife of 38 years. They had a love that never quit. Even in their younger days, you would find Ken and Judi always together. From running their business Santana & Co. with co-owner Peter Gladue, raising two amazing children, and finally retiring to spend their days however they saw fit. Ken will be forever loved and missed by his oldest son Sean (Deidra) and new granddaughter Leah and younger son Lee (Ola). All who could not have asked for a better father. From early mornings that Ken spent coaching his boys in hockey and other sports, trips to the lake and beach, special times with family and friends, countless moments filled with laughter, to teaching his sons how to be the wonderful men they are today. Ken was the type of man that you could always count on to lend a hand to his family, friends and neighbours. It was rare that he would say no to those that asked for his help. He would always take the time to keep in touch with all of the people who were important in his life whether it be with a phone call or a visit. Ken is also survived by many family members as well. His brothers; Roy (Judy), Harry (Grace) sisters-in-law; Bonnie (Rob), Marilyn, nieces and nephews; Tina (Reiner), Jason (Joanna), Keith (Liza), Amanda, Ron (Jazmin), Sheri, grand nieces and nephews; Brian, Skylar, Charlie, Silas and close family friend Aaron, as well as many, many extended family and friends.

A Celebration of Ken’s Life will be held at Cropo Funeral Chapel, 1442 Main St. on Sunday, November 5, 2017 at 1:00pm with reception to follow. Please be aware of the time change.  In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or to a foundation of your choosing.

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