Kenneth Joseph PARISIAN

8 March, 194520 February, 2021

Kenneth Joseph PARISIAN was born on March 8, 1945 in Pine Falls, Manitoba and passed away on February 20, 2021 in Edmonton, Alberta and is under the care of First Memorial Funeral Services - Riverview Chapel.

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Kenneth Joseph PARISIAN

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Pat Palanuk

28 February 2021

Thinking of the whole Parisian family this week and how you lost - and loved - a really great guy. Ken was pretty special, such a warm and loving man who paid attention to every single person in the room. Loved his sense of humour and will always remember his big, welcoming smile.

Margaret McGillivray

26 February 2021

Deepest condolences to the family. Ken was a very loving, caring, and kind person. He just loved to socialize at family dinners and family reunions. You could always hear him laughing and enjoying himself with family and friends. It is so sad that we were not able to gather and support your family to grieve the loss of your father. I am thinking of you and sending lots of loving thoughts and prayers. He will be greatly missed. The service was beautiful and thank you for streaming it live on Zoom. Rest in peace Ken.

Victoria Bouvier

26 February 2021

Rest in peace Uncle Ken. You were so infectious with your love and that smile. I always felt comfort around you. You will be missed dearly. My sincerest condolences to all the family.
Love Tor and family xoxo

Kerry Parisian

26 February 2021

My Dad will be missed by so many, he was my Father and best friend. I would like to thank my family, Glenn, Pete, and Catherine for doing so much, for getting everything organized, in these trying time's. Thank you, Kerry ❤🌿

Ryan Bouvier

26 February 2021

After Poppa Wally passed I remember feeling so lost. I recall sitting at Mom's place around the fire having a moment and a tear thinking about how much I wish he was there. I felt a hand on my shoulder and it was Uncle Ken smiling at me with a tear in his eye as well. He smiled a sad smile and I knew he was thinking about the same thing I was. We exchanged a few words and he invited me to come inside and join the party. That's what I remember the most about him. He always had a way to lift you up. Thats how I will remember him. A bringer of joy and good times. Goodnight Uncle Ken, you will be missed.

Mary McGillivray

26 February 2021

Thanks Puff, I really appreciate having an on-line option. Sorry for your loss. I will miss Uncle Ken very much. Sending a big hug to you, Lil, Peter, Cat, & Auntie.

Sherri Stringer

26 February 2021

Very sad to hear about Uncle Ken’s passing. Whenever I visited Mom and Dad, he would bring me a stack of lottery tickets lol.
He always made time out of his day to visit with me ❤️
Rest easy Uncle

Glenn McGillivray

25 February 2021

Our dad will be greatly missed. We are disappointed that we will only be able to have a limited family attendance due to covid restrictions.

If you would like to attend the service via zoom feel free to attend. The service will start at 1:00pm Friday, Feb 26th.

Thanks you,

Glenn McGillivray

25 February 2021

My dad will be greatly missed. We are disappointed that we can only have a limited attendance of immediate family at the service, due to covid restrictions. If you would like to watch the service via zoom, the link is below. The service will begin at 1:000pm (mountain time).


Garth Parisian

25 February 2021

We are so sorry to hear of uncle Ken's passing. He was larger than life to be around, and nobody two stepped better, cheered harder for the Blue Bombers, or laughed better than uncle Ken.
We have spent the past few days reminiscing about him and each time it's brought a big smile.
We will miss him.
Our deepest condolences and all our love to the entire family. Rest In Peace uncle.

Love Garth & Heather Parisian & Family

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