In Celebration of

Marion Kenney

April 24, 1922 -  January 15, 2023

Thank you Marion

Born in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan to Dr. E.J.R. (Bert) and Clara Pennal, brought up in Brantford, Ontario, then moved to Toronto, for work where she met James (Jim) Curtis Kenney (predeceased 2008). After a few years of moving to Montreal and Vancouver, the young couple settled in Etobicoke in 1954, and made their way through the stages of married life side by side. First came the kids..Bruce and Grant. Sport activities dominated their extracurricular pursuits. Eventually the whole family played golf. At one point there were 7 Kenneys playing at Islington Golf Club. Marion played golf into her eighties, both at Islington and Mariner Sands in Stuart, Florida. They made many friends through golf. Marion was the social convenor. A large part of Marion and Jim’s life together was the family business. Marion was the perfect support person and again they made many friends throughout the world, Spain, Norway, U.S., and Portugal. Family was important and they went on to have grandkids and great grandkids, Bruce and Corinne’s wonderful clan, Matthew, Heather, Jaxon; Lauren, Darren, Griffin and Lincoln; Nick, Aimee, Reese and Jake, and Grant and Debby’s family, Allison, Chris, Hayden, Avery; Blair, Mark and Rhiannon. Many thanks to her caregivers over this past year. A private family gathering will be held on April 24, Marion’s birthday. Marion was a highly intelligent woman, but with a humility that endeared her to all. She has lived a long and beautiful life, but we will still shed a tear for our loss and smile because it happened. If desired, remembrances may be made to a charity of your choice.


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Entered January 22, 2023 from MISSISSAUGA

Grant and family.

My sincere condolences on your loss.

Mark Campion

Jane Scott (Friend)

Entered January 22, 2023 from Peterborough

Dear Bruce, Grant and families,
My sincere condolences to you all at this sad time. Although I only met your mom a few times, I thought of her as a lovely person, kind and thoughtful. No matter the age, she has left you too soon. May she rest in eternal peace
Jane & Steve Scott🙏

Randy and Helen Beyers 

Entered January 25, 2023 from Mono ON

Dear Grant, Bruce,

Thinking of you and your families with the passing of your mother. She was an integral part of your lives and will be missed dearly. She was a strong woman and lived a great life.
Please accept our deepest sympathy.

Helen and Randy


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