George Kenny

George Frederick Kenny

February 19th, 1948 - May 12th, 2020
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On Tuesday May 12th, at Tillsonburg District Memorial Hospital, George F. Kenny in his 73rd year. Beloved son of the late Fred and Beulah Kenny, and dear brother of Marjorie Hunt. Fondly remembered by his nieces, Anne DeRosse (Vitalio), and Sandra Hunt, and their family members. The family wish to sincerely thank the loving and compassionate caregivers of Tillsonburg Community Living who supported him for so many years. Cremation has taken place. Interment to follow in St. George’s Anglican Cemetery, Lowville, ON at a later date. Arrangements entrusted to MAURICE J. VERHOEVE FUNERAL HOME, Tillsonburg.
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    St. George's Lowville - St. John's Anglican Cemetery Nassagaweya
    Address Not Available
    Campbellville, Ontario
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    At a later date.


Donations are being accepted for: COMMUNITY LIVING TILLSONBURG.


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Trudy Graydon

Posted at 08:14pm
I was privileged to have known George for several years. George had an awesome sense of humour, loved to laugh and make others laugh. Once George became your friend, you were friends forever. George was very loyal.

When George greeted me with a wave and a cheerful "Hellooo" (as only he could) it warmed my heart.

George loved his sister Marge, her late husband Doug and their family. He relished the time they spent together. It's been an honour to get to know them over the years, as well. My condolences to all of you.
Miss you Buddy!

Deb Dempsey

Posted at 09:36pm
Marj and Family
I was so sad to hear of George's passing, my sincere sympathy to everyone. I have so many great memories. Talk about a bright light... that was George. We had so much fun! He had a great sense of humour and loved to play little practical jokes with his friends. I just loved the way he would just break into laughter when something tickled his fancy. We had lots of little trips around Tillsonburg, and big trips to Niagara Falls and Florida and he was always up for ice cream on a hot summer day or any day really. George was a man of few words, but what I loved the most was when he greeted us with Merry Christmas and Happy New Year and when he would sing When your happy and you know it!
It was a real privilege to have spent time with George and learn from each other. Thanks for the memories George! Deb Dempsey

Linda Barry

Posted at 09:50am
I worked closely with George for many years. What began as a professional relationship ended as a friendship. George was a man of few words. But, when he spoke, you listened. George needed very little to be happy. A diet pepsi and bag of cheesies would suffice. When George liked something, you knew it. Near and dear to his heart was Tim Horton's, the Legion and Diner's Club. George loved his friends deeply. If you were among them, you knew it. George's family was precious, not only to him but to all of us who spent time with them. The smiles. giggles and "hey buddy" will be fondly remembered. Linda

Laura Fleming

Posted at 11:24pm
I had so many good times and have such wonderful memories of George. Lots of years spent together when he lived first at the Farmhouse, outside of Tillsonburg and then on Tillson Ave. George was always up for a practical joke, always ready to laugh. He was capable of some incredibly patient plotting and follow-through, never at the expense of someone else, always just to lighten the mood and make some fun in the day. I cherish the times I shared with him, all the lessons he taught me. Rest in peace, but with a little smile on your face George. I am pleased to have known you and grateful for the fun you brought my way. Laura xo

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