It is with profound sorrow that we announce the passing of Kenneth “Kenny” Humphrey, a beloved father, brother, grandfather, and great grandfather on August 6, 2023. Born on July 3, 1951, Kenneth, lived an extraordinary life filled with compassion, resilience, and wit.
Those who knew Kenneth will remember him for his unyielding spirit, his readiness to lend a hand, and his incredible storytelling abilities.And being the life of the party.His laughter was infectious, his wisdom immense, and his heart full of warmth.
Kenneth is survived by his loving daughter, Sabrina Smith. He took great pride in her accomplishments and was a tower of support and inspiration for her. Sabrina will carry her father’s legacy forward with determination and grace, qualities that Kenneth embodied so elegantly.
He also leaves behind his sister, Ginger Harrison, with whom he shared countless cherishing memories and unbreakable bonds of sibling love. The bond they shared was unyielding, a testament to their shared experiences and mutual respect.
Kenneth’s spirit will continue to live on through his granddaughters, Victoria, Veronica, and Alexus Smith. He found immense joy and pride in their successes and cherished the laughter, love, and joy they brought into his life.
Kenneth was predeceased by his mother, Dorothy Humphrey, his father, Melbourne Humphrey, his sisters, Brenda Humphrey, Phillis Humphrey Christina Humphrey, and Mary Smith; his brother, Ronald Humphrey, and his sister, Gail Richmond; and great granddaughter, Paislee Laprairie. Their memories and their love for Kenneth remain cherished and eternal. Kenneth was a Vietnam veteran and a commercial fisherman he was a man who loved his family and always wanted his nieces and nephews to surround him
As we mourn the loss of Kenneth, we also celebrate the lasting legacy he leaves behind. His values of kinship, compassion, and resilience will continue to inspire all those who had the privilege of knowing him. Kenneth’s life serves as a reminder that despite the trials and tribulations we face, we can meet them with grace, compassion, and an undying spirit. His memory will forever be etched in our hearts, and his spirit will continue to guide us.