OBITUARY

Collin Bryce KENNEDY

3 April , 196811 December , 2018

Collin Bryce Kennedy 1968 -2018 It is with heavy hearts and sorrow that we announce the passing of Collin Bryce Kennedy better known as “Theo” Collin was a good man all of his life and cared about others first and foremost. He was a volunteer test subject in the search for a cure for Multiple Myeloma so that no one would need to suffer what he went through.A researcher of science and physics and a humanitarian. Fighting against parking meter fees in front of hospitals and medical treatment centers with the full support and sponsorship of Robert-Falcon Ouellette M.P Member of Parliament, who said he would continue to raise the issue in Ottawa. Preceded in death by his wife Karen; Uncle Bordon (Bucky) Berschley and cousin Damien Marks. Collin is survived by his parents Julia Berschley and John Clinton Kennedy: sons, Bryce Kennedy and Garth Foulkes; aunts Natalie Hemingway (Pete McIntosh), Orysia Berschley, Mona Hill and Uncle Bill Hill, Donna Kowalski, and numerous cousins and close friends. A Celebration of Collin’s life will be held in Vernon British Columbia in the spring of 2019 around his birthday on April 3rd. In lieu of flowers Collins request was that donations be made to Cance Care Manitoba or North Okanagan Hospice Society in Vernon, British Columbia. Arrangements entrusted to Pleasant Valley Funeral Home in Vernon British Columbia. 250-542-4333 Condolences can be sent to the family by visiting www.pleasantvalleyfh.com

REMEMBERING

Collin Bryce KENNEDY

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R Marks

24 March 2019

Correction- Damien Marks was not a relative or cousin of the Kennedy or Berschley family.

Clara Baker

16 February 2019

When I first really got to meet Theo, I thought he was a genius.. some sort of eccentric Genius and that is exactly who he was. I never had more fun than talking with him about theories and yet still make stupid laughable jokes in between.

Miss you dude, miss you a lot and the world turns a little duller

Halie Gawley

27 January 2019

Theo. Your kind and upbeat soul will always be preserved at the farm where we both found our first real home. It was a honor meeting you and I will cherish all the memories we made. Rest in peace and Bryce stay strong

Byron Heino

27 January 2019

Rest easy brother.

Darrell Smith

21 January 2019

I met collin back in 1990. We bonded over our love of games. It was always a pleasure visiting and chatting with him. We could go on for hours with theories and concepts of mechanisms on how games should be run.

I will miss you my friend

Michaelann Dahlman

19 January 2019

I met Collin through a friend in Winnipeg when he was in the news for fighting against hospital pay parking, something I have found frustrating & infuriating for years. We chatted when he moved to BC & I am so sorry I never got the opportunity to meet him in person. He was funny, brilliant & had a very kind heart. You will be missed forever, Collin.

Steve Wilson

18 January 2019

I meant Theo in about 2008 when he Karen and the boys moved in next-door to us in Abercorn grove. they quickly became good friends and cherished neighbours and we shared many happy times together. I remember Theo and I sitting in my backyard until son up Monday when we talked about all the things that mattered to us I also remember my last visit with Theo and going with him and Bryce for Chinese food in Winnipeg. It was a special time and I had hoped that we might have more special times and now they must say farewell and command his care to the giver of life. Blessings to you all and now the memories are cherished by many

Robert Menard

6 January 2019

I first met Collin way way back when here and Ken were living on Barber Avenue here in Winnipeg I would say it was circa 1986, we quickly became friends and stayed friends it took Cancer to end our friendship, I have so many memorys with Theo I could write a series of novels and still have tons left over, I miss him so much he fought hard and I only wish he beat it, I remember our last chat on facebook shortly before he left us and to be honest I balled my eyes out, I still cry every day about his passing. His life was so busy I am glad He is survived by his son Bryce. He honestly was an amazing person and I still am honored to have been his friend!!

Andrew Muir

2 January 2019

We are so sad about Collin's passing. Our prayers and thoughts go out to Aunt Julia, Bryce and Garth. Collin's passing is a great loss to our family.

Andrew, Amanda, Evie

Sherry & Dale Lidstone

31 December 2018

So very sorry for your loss. Your are in our thoughts

FROM THE FAMILY