With a broken heart, I have lost the love of my life, Ken. He was a loving, kind, gentle husband who always took care of me and our home. He was loyal, honest, compassionate, intelligent and a man of integrity. Ken waited through a long winter to plant his garden and flowers. His plants are up, and the grandchildren will love eating out of the garden. Ken lived a simple life, just happy to be home. He’d sit for hours outside, welcoming those who dropped in. Early every morning he waited for Gerald to drive by and hear his big dog bark at the house.
Ken leaves behind his wife of 52 years, Peggy (Primeau). His son Michael (Dredre) Epp and their children Amy, Mark, Austine, Lane, Joseph, Daniel, Mathew and Erik. His daughter Crystal (Bill) Stavely and their children Brittany and Thomas. Great grandchildren Sy, Scarlett, Liberty, Myla, William Coby, Nevaeh, Andrew and Ava. Sisters Sharon (Bill) Newton, Bonnie (Abe) Ginther and Peggy (Ken) Umpherville. Special friends Alex, Bill, Bert, Gerald, Yvonne and Eugene.
Ken was predeceased by his parents Pete and Helen Epp, father-in-law Pat Primeau, brother-in-law’s Kent Kreaker, Ron Fiddler and Tom Primeau.
A celebration of Ken’s life will be held at a later date. Martens Warman Funeral Home is honoured to be entrusted with the care and arrangements for Kenneth Epp.