R.S. Kane Funeral Home

6150 Yonge St., North York, ON


Levi Bela Brogden

October 17, 1996May 22, 2019

Levi Bela Brogden was born on October 17, 1996 and passed away on May 22, 2019 and is under the care of R.S. Kane Funeral Home.

Visitation will be held on June 1, 2019 at 1:00 pm at RS Kane Funeral Home, 6150 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON. Funeral Service will be held on June 1, 2019 at 3:00 pm at RS Kane Funeral Home, 6150 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON.

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  • Visitation

    Saturday, June 1, 2019

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, June 1, 2019


Levi Bela Brogden

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Haley Moon - Turner

June 19, 2019

Although Levi and I grew apart over the last 4 years due to distance, he used to be one of my closest friends. He was so willing to talk about anything. Whether it be something going on in his life or mine. I will never forget the time he came over to my house and ate three bowls of my moms potatoe soup.

I am eternally grateful that I met Levi. I pray for comfort and healing within his friends and family.

Haley Moon-Turner


June 5, 2019

Wow, this was a total shock. Levi, from the minute we met in Spanish at John Marshall, we were cool. Then at Stonegate man we were almost inseparable. We hung out like every weekend. I’ll never forget all the time we hung out with Kyle and mozes and adventured through the neighborhood. I’m sorry that we drifted apart and I
didnt reach out to repair things. I hope you’re sleeping well and I’ll see you when I get there.

Debora Olivier

June 4, 2019

I am so very sorry to hear of Levi's passing. Levi worked with me at Yellow Pages and he was the Campaign Manager for a few of my clients. We worked so well together. We shared some great laughs and he was so helpful. I am so sad. I am a Mom and no parent should lose a child. I pray that you find some peace in knowing he was kind and thoughtful.

Beverley Jenkins

June 1, 2019

Good afternoon.
My meeting was brief but memorable. We met through my son, Nana Nyanin at an Experior Financial Office meeting.
Joyful. Energetic. Respectful. Well spoken. Kind. Are some of outstanding traits not seen in men his age. I truly believe he reflects his upbringing.
Thank you for the opportunity to meet and share a sliver of his life. I know my son and are I are better people.
God richly bless and keep you.
Beverley Jenkins.

Brent Harbers

May 31, 2019


When I got the news of your passing I was truly saddened as you had so much ahead of you in life felt we had a connection.

From the moment we first spoke I knew your were someone special, and really happy that we got to have lunch together when I was in Toronto. (was equally amazed when you asked for the hottest curry!)

In your interview you blew us away asking all the right questions with my colleagues first words being "wow"! (You always made a huge impression)

You'll be deeply missed Levi, but never forgotten.

Samm Roberts-Zapata

May 29, 2019

We met when I was in 6th grade. And I'm not even sure you knew who I was. We became better friends the next year. And lost touch when I moved.
Somehow, through me moving all over the country, we got back in contact and became great friends. We realized as we were older, we had more in common than in middle school.
I'm so glad I got to know you. I'm glad we had the friendship we did and it lasted years, although long distance. I miss you, Levi. Rest with love.

Carin Porporo

May 29, 2019

Levi was such a kind, thoughtful and gentle soul. My heart goes out to his family and loved ones. He will be greatly missed!

Joane Nehme

May 29, 2019

Working at YP Montreal, I exchanged with Levi only once, but that was enough to understand why people loved him so much. All my prayers and thoughts are with Levi’s family. May his soul rest in peace.

Laura Fox

May 28, 2019

Levi, we became good friends from afar. We worked together at yp over the last year and became close. You confided in me about your love of aquariums and I confided in you about my love of writing. I’m here in Vancouver and you were there in Toronto; we never met, but I knew your heart and appreciated you so much. Your kind nature, your caring soul, determination and your unbelievable warmth is priceless. You were good people...you were my people. I wish you had opened up to me last week, I would have got right on a plane. We never met, but I’m here for you...even now.

To your family, I am so sorry for your loss. My heart aches for you and I’m sending you so much strength.

A good friend of mine today said some people are on this planet for a short time for the purpose of entering our lives and making a difference. They do what they are meant to do and then they follow their next path to do more good somewhere else. From what I know about Levi, he did just that, he believed in the good of people and helped us see the good in ourselves...he believed in doing good and giving and helping others.

Levi, when you read this, I still believe in you. Every time I go to my website, I’m reminded of you and to be the best version of me...thank you.

Rest In Peace my friend, I will miss you.

Tomorrow is a fresh new day.

Your friend,
Laura Fox

Kay Brogden

May 28, 2019

Levi it was such a nice surprise when you moved to Toronto. I didn’t see you too often but really enjoyed it when I did.
My thoughts and good wishes are with Moses and Paul.
Love granny