Rosar-Morrison Funeral Home & Chapel

467 Sherbourne Street, Toronto, ON


Ken Thompson

May 18, 1964January 31, 2020

Ken Thompson was born on May 18, 1964 and passed away on January 31, 2020.


  • Funeral Service Saturday, February 15, 2020


Ken Thompson

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Darren Sustar

February 15, 2020

" I will always remember Ken's love for music and he was the first person i met who had a proper audiophile amp and turntable set up in his bedroom of his moms place and he turned me on too some great music - blues, prog rock, rap but it was mostly metal and particularly Iron Maiden we vibed on in those days. He used to scream "Scream for me Long Beach!" as he jumped in local pools or head banged on a fake Bruce Dickenson monitor at some party. I ran into Ken at shows in clubs in Toronto over the years on occasion and he was always a funny, humble yet interested guy. Ride on Kenny in the next world and scream for us Long hair. R.I.P"

Linda Thompson

February 14, 2020

I am so very sad about Kenny’s passing and send my deepest condolences to the whole family. I have such fond memories of Ken when he was Kenny to me and all the grandchildren gathered at Pemberton where Gran Gray made them feel so special and entertained them like nobody else. I love the photo you have chosen. What a handsome man❣️

Linda Thompson (Rankin-Gray)

lisa maves

February 14, 2020

Hearing of Ken's passing was so sad. Our Gran was the matriarch of our family, and my fondest memories of Ken are of our times spent with our Gran. Ken and I would hang out climbing hydro poles, walking to the corner store to get those frozen triangular slushy treats that you jammed a straw into and learning how to make our Gran's amazing shortbread. Ken was an awesome cousin, had a great laugh and beautiful shiny long hair that us girl cousins could only have hoped to have. I am sorry the years got away from us. Joyce and Heather, heartfelt condolences and prayers of peace.