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The family of Kenneth Neil Stewart sadly announces his passing at RUH in Saskatoon on Monday, November 13, 2023. Ken was born in Cut Knife and raised on his parent’s farm in the Riding Hill District. Ken attended Riding Hill School until Gr. 6 and then continued school in Cut Knife until graduation. Ken worked to become a journeyman bricklayer and worked in the trade for several years before transitioning to full time farming, a career he enjoyed until his death. In 1980, Ken first moved with his wife, Audrey and son, Brent to the current farm in Riding Hill District. Two daughters, Jennifer and Kimberly were added to the family in the next few years. Ken enjoyed playing and watching sports. In recent years, he loved to watch his grandchildren in various sports and activities and could always be heard cheering from the sidelines. Another passion of Ken’s was scuba diving. He travelled to many different places over the years with countless fond memories of adventure and beauty. Ken’s final wish was to give the gift of life to someone and donate his organs. Ken’s final wish came true several times over.
Ken is survived by his wife, Audrey; son, Brent (Fay); daughters: Jennifer (Ryley) Richards, Kimberly (Adam) Michaliew; grandchildren: Camryn, Brady, Braxton, and Claire Stewart, Elle, Boe, and Brandt Richards, Olivia, and Declan Michaliew; brothers: Larry (Suzanne), Glenn (Donna); brothers-in-law: Brian (RoseMarie) MacDonald, Neil MacDonald, Roy (Maureen) MacDonald; and many nieces and nephews.
He was predeceased by parents: Russell and Dorothy Stewart; parents-in-law: Norman and Dorothy MacDonald; sister-in-law, Joan Stewart; special aunt, Alma Loppacher.
A Celebration of Ken’s Life will take place on Tuesday, November 21, 2023 with burial at Rockhaven Cemetery held at 11:30 a.m. and a Celebration of Life Service at 1:00 p.m. held at the Cut Knife Community Centre with lunch to follow. All are Welcome!