Ken Hallett

Ken Hallett

Sunday, September 2nd, 1928 - Friday, April 10th, 2020
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Ken Hallett

Today, family and friends mourn the loss of Ken Hallett. Passing quietly in the early morning of April 10, in his 92nd year, he will be missed by his wife Elizabeth, daughter Roxanne, son-in-law Frank, cherished grandchildren Lindsay and Anthony along with many other family and friends. As we face tomorrow without Ken, we will remember his willing generosity to always be a help to others, his sense of humour, his talented carpentry workmanship and his quest for the perfect game of golf. We wish you peace and rest within our Maker’s hands. God keep you safe with Randy and Casey by your side.

“What we have once enjoyed deeply we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes a part of us.“
(Helen Keller) Ken Hallett, forever a part of us all.

The family would like to extend their heartfelt thanks to the nurses at the St. Catharines General Hospital for their care and compassion. Cremation has taken place and a memorial service to honour Ken's life will be announced on a later date. As an expression of sympathy donations may be made to the St. Catharines General Hospital. Online condolences me be shared at
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Deborah Nelson

Posted at 04:50pm
This is from Deborah Nelson
Uncle Ken held a special place in my heart because of his kind and gentle manner. Through the years he was a good friend of my parents and when my Dad was ill, Uncle Ken was really supportive. My Dad had a stroke while visiting in Florida, and Uncle Ken cancelled his cruise plans in order to assist me in caring for my Dad. Thanks, you will be missed! Roxanne, Frank, Lindsay, Anthony and Aunt Liz, our thoughts are with you!

Tammy and Mario Sceppacerqua

Posted at 10:01am
Roxanne,Frank,Lindsay,Anthony: Mario and I are sorry for your loss and want you to know that our thoughts and prayers are with you all.Although we did not know him personally,those who did always spoke with such love and respect for him that I am sure he was a wonderful man. May you continue to enjoy all your beautiful memories. Love and hugs. Tammy, Mario and family

Jackie & Rex

Posted at 01:29pm
So sorry, Roxanne.

敏明 坂倉

Posted at 09:32am
Last Thanksgiving Day I met him for the first and the last time. I have heard that Mr. Hallett was a Korean War veteran and I could meet and talk to him thanks to Mr. Rob Weatherby. As a person from South Korea, It was a precious opportunity for me to meet him and to be able to show him my eternal gratitude for his service and his sacrifice of his youth for my and my family's freedom and safety. I eternally thank him for fighting for us and will never forget what he did for us.
I will always remember you, Mr. Hallett.
Rest in peace

Heather Duench-Dye

Posted at 08:13am
I was so sorry see Mr. Hallett’s passing. I work at the library, and I always enjoyed helping him get his books first downtown, and then at the mall branch. After I wasn’t working at the mall branch, I would get updates on how he was doing. He was a wonderful man, and I’m terribly sorry for your loss.

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