Ken Harper

Kenneth Bruce Harper (April 22, 1928 – March 12, 2021) formerly of
Mooretown Ontario passed away peacefully at Lambton Meadowview Villa, Petrolia on Friday, March 12, 2021, just short of his 93rd birthday. Loving husband of the late Carol Harper (Lashbrook) (2001) the mother of his children and the late Hazel Harper (Atkinson, Randall) (2010). Much loved father of Cathy Tuplin (Dave), Bill Harper (Donna), Brian Harper (Tracy) and Stephen Harper (Tammy). Proud grandfather of Adam (Kris), Eric (Lonna), Alex (Andrea), Jackie, Clint (Leeanna), Mitch (Tonya), Cory (Michelle), Maggie, Lucas, Josh (Lindsay) and Matt (Keegan). Great grandfather of Chloe, Kaiden, Jordan, Elise, Ben, Lorelei, Sam, Ava and Will. Ken leaves behind his brother Doug (Gail) and cherished friend Esther Thomas. He was predeceased by; his parents, William Bruce and Stella Alma Harper; his brother, Learn Harper and his sister, Evelyn Morris. The family wishes to extend special thanks to the staff at Lambton Meadowview Villa for the compassionate care that they provided to Dad. In keeping with Ken’s wishes cremation has taken place and there will be a private family interment at a later date. As expressions of sympathy friends who wish may send memorial donations to the Corunna United Church, The Inn of the Good Shepherd or to the Canadian Diabetes Association. Arrangements entrusted to the Knight Funeral Home, 588 St. Clair Parkway, Corunna. Messages and condolences may be left online at www.knightfuneralhome.ca Knight 519-862-2845

Visitation Information

There will be no formal visitation.

Donations

Corunna United Church The Inn of the Good Shepherd Canadian Diabetes Association

Funeral Date

A private family interment service will be held at a later date.

17 thoughts on “Ken Harper”

  1. John and Helen Bowman

    Ken and Carol were special friends and mentors when we lived in Corunna. Their home was the epitome of hospitality. They will always have a place in our hearts. Condolences to the family. Blessings.

  2. It was our pleasure to know such a nice man. Ken always had lots of stories to share with us at the dinner table. He will be missed.

  3. Sorry to hear of your loss of Ken. A wonderful family member and my long standing friend. Ken was my earliest new friend when we moved to Corunna 65 yeas ago.

  4. Bob and Marilyn johnson

    We are sadden with the passing of our dear friend ken. We have camped so many years together and played many, many games of cards. He was a special person.

  5. jJim & Doreen MacIntyre & family

    Dear Cathy, Bill, Brian Stephen & families,
    Our sincere condolences upon the loss of your Father, GrandFather & Great Grand-Father.
    Ken leaves many happy memories. He always had a smile & was interested in what was going on in our lives.
    May happy memories carry you through this difficult time.
    Jim & Doreen & family

  6. Sharon and Andy Mooser

    Dear Cathy, Bill, Brian and Stephen:
    Your mom and dad played such an important role in our church as our kids were growing up. I never walk through the Sunday School room without thinking of all the work she did with our kids. Your dad, always the jokester, had such a positive attitude. No matter how many aches or pains he had, he would be peeling apples or doing whatever needed to be done to help at the church. So sad that during the pandemic, you will be missing so many hugs. He was so proud of all of you and your families. Everyone at Corunna United loved your parents.

  7. Karen and Wayne Goodman

    Our sincere condolences to the Harper families. Ken was a great man and a wonderful friend to Don and Hilda Goodman. They are all playing cards and laughing together just like the old days.

  8. My sympathy to the Harper family. I have fond memories growing up and sharing activities with your Mom and Dad through the Church and at our homes.
    May special memories of your father bring you comfort.

  9. I’m so sorry for your loss. I have good memories of Ken as a happy and friendly man. My parents, Bob and Doris Stacey, spent many happy times with him. He’ll be missed.

  10. Jean and Gary Burns

    Our family is very sorry to hear of the passing of your father Ken. He was a great man and lived a very full life, always very respectful and pleasant to everyone he met.

    He will be remembered in our family as a kind, intelligent, and fun loving man.

    Jean, Gary Burns and family

  11. Gil & Nellie Ouellet

    Stephen,Tammy,Cathy,Dave,Bill,Donna and extended family.So sorry for your loss.Glad we had the pleasure of knowing Ken and enjoyed listening to his stories .RIP Ken

  12. Richard and Diane Lunn

    Our condolences to the family. Ken had a wonderful sense of humor. He could always laugh and enjoy coming in second in a game of cribbage.

    Richard and Diane Lunn

  13. Fred and Nina Strickland

    We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Ken. We have many fond memories that we will always cherish. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this difficult time in your lives.

  14. Denise (Strickland) Nacev

    My sincerest condolences to Mr. Harper's family. I have many fond memories of time spent on the Harper farm in Mooretown growing up. Mr. Harper was a great man.

  15. Connie and Rod Fraser

    So sorry for your loss. I have many fond memories of your dad. I’m sure he will be missed by you and your families. Know that he will have a huge crowd waiting for him at the gates of heaven. Prayers being sent your way. Connie Fraser (Chapman)

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