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The most special man in the world is gone, my husband, Ken Guss. I loved him with all of my heart.
Ken loved the lake country, our cabins at Lake of Two Mountains, ON; and Norris Lake.
Snowmobiling on Assiniboine River was his winter sport.
Cars were his life work, from Technician to Management to position of Automotive Instructor at Red River College.
He always drove jazzy vehicles, Packard convertible, Studebaker, 67 Cougar, Two T-Birds, 97 Ford Ranger, Mazda Miata Convertible and three jeeps.
His life is over. So is mine.
Left to mourn him is wife Lesley, daughter Roxanne (Tim); sisters, Nancy (George) and Lillian; nieces, nephews and friends.

Glen Eden Funeral Home

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Dec 03, 2022

Condolences & Memories (3 entries)

  • Hi Lesly Ann, I was wondering why you had not called me in awhile and you didn’t send a Christmas card so I tried calling you today. I did some research and found that Ken passed away I am so very sorry I didn’t know. And I feel so bad I didn’t know, I also know you will be grieving and that is so very hard . Do you still have the same phone number? I would love to talk to you or come to see you. Much love and prayers Wilma 🙏❤️ - Posted by: Wilma barkman (Cousin ) on: Feb 15, 2023

  • Dear Lesley, I was sorry to hear of Ken's passing. You were a wonderful couple. I enjoyed seeing you once or twice a year for lunch at Bridges Golf Course. May I extend my condolences. Sincerely Monique Ammeter - Posted by: Monique Ammeter (acquaintance) on: Dec 04, 2022

  • All of Us from Assiniboine Gordon Hotel Restaurant want to say we are so sorry for your loss And your in our thoughts I will forever miss seeing you two come in with the newspaper and having a coffee. - Posted by: Lisa (Friend ) on: Dec 03, 2022

Glen Eden Funeral Home & Cemetery

Glen Eden Funeral Home & Cemetery

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