Passed away peacefully at Health Sciences North, Sudbury, on Friday, November 13th, 2020. Kenneth Ernest Burgoyne, aged 66, of Parry Sound, predeceased by wife Cindy (née Glenday) and mother Theda (née Beazley). Beloved brother of Catherine Mills (George) of Caledon and Brian (Anne) of Barrie. Survived also by his loving nieces, Angela Mills of Caledon, Claire Burgoyne of Toronto, Grace Beaumont (Iain) of Peterborough. Remembered also by other relatives and friends in Ontario, Quebec, and Newfoundland.
Ken loved all animals, especially cats, and the wildlife around his home. He was known in Parry Sound for his weekly card games and generously bringing pizza to folks around town. He was a gentle soul and will be greatly missed for his stories and willingness to help his loved ones, and those in need.
A big thank you to the Parry Sound and Sudbury hospitals for their dedication and care.
As was Ken’s wish, cremation has taken place.
As expressions of sympathy, donations to Health Sciences North Foundation or the West Parry Sound Health Centre Foundation would be appreciated.
My sincere condolences to Ken's brother Brian and family and his sister Catherine and her family. Ken's passing will leave a large void in your lives in days to come . know that you are in my thoughts.
Joyce Jack nee Beazley.
To the Burgoyne Gerd and I would like to send our condolences to you all at this time of loss. Ken will be happy to again be with Cyndy in heaven. He will be certainly missed at our monthly potlucks at Orrville,when we get back who knows when. He always had a smile on his face and was always there to help out if people needed rides to cards or potluck..Rip Ken until we meet again...-Sharon Nissen
Catherine and Brian I share your pain and sadness in the passing of your brother. My condolences to you and your family-Barbara Beazley
I cannot tell you how sorry I am to hear of your brother’s passing. He will always be remembered. Our sincere condolences to you and your families at this most difficult time.
With love, Elaine, Nick, Nicole & Michael Grifoni
Brian and Anne - I am so very sorry for your loss. He left you too soon. May you find peace in the coming days and may his memory be a blessing.
Susan, Bob and the girls-Susan Elliott
Brian and Anne, we are very saddened by the loss of your brother Ken. Please know that you are in the thoughts and prayers of all your friends.-Gayle and Doug Wood
We will miss Ken greatly. Emails from Ken were always a joy to receive, whether they had tidbits of thoughtful wisdom or pictures of his friendly animal neighbours visiting his place for a snack. He was always up for a laugh and a good chat. Ken was ever so kind and his passing is a loss that will certainly be felt throughout the community. His obituary here says it all - he was always there to help those in need. Bogdan and I know this personally, since he did so much for my grandmother when she was in need. I'm grateful that we got to know Ken and deeply sad that he is no longer with us. Sending our deepest condolences for your loss.-Kathryn & Bogdan Moldovean
Our deepest sympathies to Ken's family and friends. He was such a nice man. Heartbreaking. Love to all.-Kathy and Andre Legault
So sorry to hear this sad news. I remember Ken & Cindy from the Orrville church and the pancake breakfasts at the community centre. Rest well and rise in glory. Dale & Wanda-Wanda Winfield
So sorry to hear of Ken’s passing. He was always ready to lend a helping hand at our pancake breakfast and was a driving force at the monthly potluck in Orrville. He will be missed.-Theresa and Brian Beninger
Ken will be missed. His commitment to the community through the organizing of pot luck dinners and assistance at community events at the Christie Community Center brought joy to may people's lives. A very caring person.
Very sorry to learn of Ken‘s passing. He was a warm, cheery person, always willing to lend a hand when needed. He was very friendly and seemed to always have that big smile. He was very faithful in his care of Cindy through all her health challenges. Sympathies to you all. Sincerely Pat snd Richard Poole-Pat and Rich Poole
It is with sadness in my heart to hear of Ken's passing. I will always cherish our conversations. He was a wonderful soul. I will miss him.
Darrin O'Brien-Darrin O'Brien
So many fond memories of time spent with Ken and your family over the years when you visited Newfoundland. Our memories live on and this will help sustain and comfort you now as you grieve this loss.-Beverley (Street) Roberts
Ken was a good friend. Shortly after we bought our cottage on Maple Lake we met Ken and Cindy - they made us feel very welcome - we will definitely miss Ken and cherish the memories
Shirley and Edward
My deepest sympathies. I knew Ken from the weekly bridge game, and have played with him many times. A wonderful, generous guy, he will be missed.-Lissa Lowes