Allan and Myrna Malanik
Allan and I will miss you at Bingo on Wednesday nights and also at the monthly breakfasts and suppers. I will miss the teasing I got at bingo when I would go up and give you one of my hugs. . We will all miss your great brownies also. Condolences to your family and Linda. RIP ken
It has been many years since I have seen my uncle Ken and his family but I have vivid memories as a child going fishing with him and my cousins. Too often life gets in the way and contact is lost.Our deepest condolences too Blair,Scott,Kerrilee and extended friends and family.
All our love; Peter, Karen, Nicholas and Natasha Read
I am a Watergrove Friend. I had on occasion the pleasure of cooking with Ken at our Clubhouse Dinner Functions. Not only could he cook but he also backed and made wonderful pastries.
Ken loved to show his many flowering baskets which he start his own plants from Seed.
Ken and his long time friend Linda loved to attend bingos and he was often a winner. He would supply many a baking pan of Brownies for all the players to enjoy. HE WILL BE Missed. REST IN PEACE KEN.
Our sincere condolences to the family, Lynda and all who knew our good friend and neighbour Ken Budd. Best. Neighbour. Ever. Not only do I remember playing crib with him at our weekly crib nights at Watergrove clubhouse, I also remember and savour all the good baking he brought to many of our events here. I also remember giving him a doughnut cutter I had (which I never used); I hope he made good use of it. He had a special place in his heart for dogs also. Several months ago, he (with his oxygen attached) chased after our dog Bella when she got loose one day! He knew she shouldn't be out there so he went after her! I was very relieved; also concerned for him ... but that was Ken. So many memories .. RIP in Ken. You will be missed.
We live in Watergrove Mobile home park, Ken and his friend Lynda made many good, long time friends, playing cards, going to the casino for dinner, winning/loosing money, grocery shopping. Ken was always baking something to take to Bingo, or donate to our Bridge group. He was a fabulous cook and for one of our major functions he made a dozen apple pies, his cookies, date bread, brownies will be missed by the special people he delivered to, every once in a while I would find one laying on my deck, and they were always favourites among every one. He was a very big help to Lynda with the the things she needed done around her home, painting, lawn care, flowers and was always around helping at our park, welding, repairing chairs. His green thumb with his own plants that he started from seed were always a destination spot to see his wonderful displays. He loved Mitsy his little dog. They had a very good friend ship for 4 years that will be a good memory for Lynda.
RIP Ken, we all will miss your, blue eyes!!!
Residents of the Watergrove Mobile Home Park Community,
Jan & Jared Joynt
Ken was my boss, my instructor, my mentor, my friend.
From overseeing my work tasks, to instructing me how to paint, to mentoring the ways of the elk, to being there when I needed an ear to listen, Ken was always there. I already miss him.
He will always be a part of me, and will always live in my heart. Even now when I speak to other people, his little ways and mannerisms rub off, and I notice that I am imitating his ways.
Be at peace, you wonderful man.
To the Budd family our sincere condolences.
Inga and Ron Morozoff
We remember the good times. Camping and fishing with The Budd Family.
George and Joan Breckenridge and Family.
Keri Lee, Blair, Scott and Family:
Please accept my sincere condolences during this time. While Ken will be greatly missed by many, please remember that one’s passing cannot remove memories as they last forever. I worked for Ken at AGT and he was truly one of the best, yes, a bit gruff but he made many people better for it believe me. I loved how he told his hunting stories with such detail and passion; you would think you were right there with him and his sausage meat was favorite every time he brought it to the office, it didn’t last long.
My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.
Sincerely, Bob Court