Ken Ball

January 30, 1942 - November 8, 2018 (76 years old)

Corunna, Ontario

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With heavy hearts, at the age of 76, we announce the death of Ken Ball (Corunna, Ontario), who passed away on November 8, 2018. Family and friends are welcome to leave their condolences on this memorial page and share them with the family. He was predeceased by : his wife Jeanette.

He is survived by : his daughters, Christine Ball and Caron Ball (Dave Gorman); his grandchildren, Jessica (Steve), Jordan (Stephanie), Lauran (Alex), Dan (Kaeliegh) and Valerie (Rob); his great grandchildren, Ryder, Scout, Lucy, Barrett and Bella; his siblings-in-law, Rob (Connie), Yvette and Roger Kilbreath; his nieces, Stefanie and Tracy (Jamie); his great-nephews, Cameron, Morgan, Spencer and Sebastian; his cousins, Joy (Steve), Mike (Lindsey), Maryann (Dave), Bryan (Apolinar) and Brent; his parents, Sherm Ball and Clarice Ball. In lieu of flowers and to honour Ken's passion for all shooting sports, donations in Ken's memory can be made to the Canadian Shooting Sports Association Legal Fund.


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Nov 18

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Celebration of life

350 Albert St, Corunna, ON


Nov 19


Bear Creek Cemetery


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