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OBITUARY

Kenneth Michael Sirois

October 24, 1958July 27, 2020

Kenneth was a devoted husband to Maryann Sirois and a loving father to Andrew Sirois, Stephanie Sirois, Janine Pollock, and Amanda Sirois, as well as his daughter-in-law Lauren Sirois and son-in-law Garth Pollock. Ken also leaves behind two grandchildren, Olivia and Colton Sirois, whom he loved dearly. Ken is also survived by his two brothers Gerard Sirois Jr. and Thomas Sirois, who were very dear to him, as well as his nieces, a nephew, and cousins. Ken was predeceased by his daughter, Monique Sirois, and parents Gerard and Stella Sirois. Ken worked for many years in manufacturing before becoming a teacher and working at Wallace Middle School, the Waterbury Career Academy, and most recently, Post University. Ken was an outstanding drummer. He loved playing his DW drum set in his spare time. He played in many local bands over the years, as well as drummed for his Worship team at church. Ken will be remembered as a kind-hearted man who loved his family more than anything.

Calling hours are open to the public, and will be held on Saturday August 15th, 2020 from 1:00pm- 3:00pm at Wolcott Christian Life Center at 481 Wolcott Rd, Wolcott, CT 06716.

There will be a church service at 3:00 following the calling hours at Wolcott Christian Life Center at 481 Wolcott Rd, Wolcott, CT 06716. Due to COVID restrictions, the church service is limited to family only.

Services

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Memories

Kenneth Michael Sirois

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Peter O'Neill

August 9, 2020

Ken played for our regional worship team and traveled with us to many concerts and coffee houses throughout the state. One particular coffee house in Rhode Island comes to mind, which he had to walk up 3 flights of stairs with his drumset. He used to tease me about it because I was the one doing the scheduling. So sorry to hear this news. My prayers and condolences to Maryann and family.

marie way

August 7, 2020

So sorry to hear the sad news about Ken. Ken had a quiet spirit and was an awesome drummer. He will be missed!!

Kevin Mahan

August 7, 2020

Ken played an integral role in my faith building years ago at Cornerstone Church in Cheshire. Ken, I remember being a part of the Men's group with you as we met every Wednesday morning. You brought Hope, Joy and Promise to us all. I will never forget those times as I am so grateful to have known you the time that I did. I have no doubt your faith in Jesus has brought you into His loving arms now but know you'll be missed and thought of often, here on this earth. Til we met again Brother, til we meet again!

Maria DaRocha

August 6, 2020

Thank you for being an inspiring teacher, a loving family friend, and a fantastic dad to one of my closest friends growing up.
You were always encouraging of my engineering endeavors, and had an incredible effect on kids which empowered them to build on their strengths and follow their dreams. I will never forget how giving and kind you were every Wednesday after school at CPEP. You didn't know how much I looked forward to building with you and Mr. Stevens every week, or that the tech labs were a place that I felt like I could be myself and laugh. You helped to build that atmosphere. Thank you, for giving me a place that I look back on and feel happy - And for raising a fantastic (now) young woman who I will always be lucky enough to call my friend.
The world will be was brighter with you in it. You were a fantastic man, and it is bittersweet that now you are at peace. Rest peacefully, Mr. Sirois. All of my condolences and love to your family. xoxo

GAil Corriveau

August 5, 2020

Sending my sincere condolences to the family. I am truly sorry for your profound loss. My memories of Ken are how he was loving and caring of his family. I was Amanda’s horseback riding instructor when she was younger. Ken was always so proud of Amanda for her love of riding and horses. I enjoyed our chats when he came to watch Amanda ride. May Ken Rest Peacefully in Paradise. Hugs to the hearts who loved Ken!! πŸ˜žβ€οΈπŸ™

Joslyn Pollock

August 5, 2020

How we miss our dear friend and brother in Christ, Ken! We were privileged to know him these past few years, as his beautiful daughter married our son, and what a blessing she has been to our family. Our hearts break for Maryanne, Andy, Lauren, Olivia and Colton, Stephanie, Garth and Janine and Amanda, and Ken brothers and their families and Maryanne's family as well. The loss is ours, but the gain is Ken being in the presence of Jesus. No more sorrow, no more pain, just joy. Sirois family you are all in our prayers and we send our love,
Bill & Joslyn

Julie Alfone

August 4, 2020

Kenneth was my cousin, I loved him very much I am deeply saddened over his departure. I am so happy that we contacted through Facebook and we were able to laugh about childhood memories. I am so truly sorry to Jerry and Tommy they were so close. Maryann and Family my prayers are with you. He will remain in my memories forever. Love Julie Daniele Alfone

Patricia Monks

August 4, 2020

Maryanne and Girls so sorry for your loss. I remember his sweet smile and will keep you in prayer.

Patty Monks

John Ciaralli

August 2, 2020

I am deeply saddened so hear of Ken's passing. I had the pleasure of playing in the same band with him for many years. He was always an inspiration to me as well as being such a talented drummer and singer. My prayers go out to the family during this trying time of their lives. You will be sadly missed and may you rest in peace my friend.

Susan Smyth

August 1, 2020

Wallace Middle School lost a great teacher when Ken transferred to Career Academy. He was a fine gentleman and a talented drummer.

My condolences to his family. Prayers for him and you in your sadness.

Sincerely,
Susan Smyth

FROM THE FAMILY

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