Ken Epp Funeral Program FINAL 1 .pdf

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Ken Epp
June 26, 1955 - October 14, 2014
Thanks to Teresa Lee and the 160 people who
each submitted two words to describe Ken. The
prominence of each word on this ‘word cloud’ is
based on how often it was mentioned.
Songs played during the slide show were some
of Ken’s favourites.

And the peace of God, which passes all understanding,
will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus.
Philippians 4:7

Surrounded by members of his loving family, Kenneth John Epp
passed away peacefully on Oct. 14, 2014 due to cancer.
Ken is survived by his wife, Connie; son Jeremy and daughter
Karly; parents John and Katie Epp; sisters Wendi Hiebert
(Murray), Christine Longhurst (John) and Loreen Epp; niece and
nephew Becky and Dylan Longhurst; and many other uncles,
aunts, cousins and friends.
Born June 26, 1955, in Ontario, Ken moved to B.C. with his
parents and siblings before the family came to Manitoba in 1964.
He graduated from Mennonite Brethren Collegiate Institute in 1973
and the University of Winnipeg in 1977. That same year he was
hired to create and teach the band program at MBCI; in 1986 he
became Executive Director of the Manitoba Band Association, a
position he held until his death.
In addition to his work, Ken was an active member of River East
Mennonite Brethren Church where he served as treasurer for
many years; worked as a basketball referee at the high school and
university levels; was Chief Umpire and Convener for the Christian
Men’s Slo-Pitch League; and was a model railroader and railroad
enthusiast, riding passenger trains across Canada as often as
possible—especially to his beloved west coast mountains.

Brass & Congregation
Abide With Me
Welcome & Prayer

Mary Anne Isaak

Scripture reading
Psalm 139:1-18

Gerry Derksen

Brass & Congregation
The Love of God

Gerry Derksen

On a Hymnsong of Philip Bliss

Arr. David R. Holsinger


John Longhurst


John Balsillie


Jeremy & Karly Epp

Brass & Congregation
Sing No Sad Songs Today

Ken’s written request for the
spreading of his ashes:
“Leave by a railway track
(in the Thompson River
Canyon if someone is going
that way).”
The family will be making a
point of “going that way.”

Brass & Congregation
Praise to the Lord

The family expresses its gratitude for the many, many volunteers
who helped make this service possible, as well as those who have
shown support through cards, emails, meals, visits and prayers.
Special thanks to North Kildonan Mennonite Brethren Church, River
East Mennonite Brethren Church and Friends Funeral Service.

Arr. James D. Ployhar

Brass Ensemble:

Donations in Ken’s honour can be made to the Mennonite Central
Committee. A donation table is located in the foyer.

Mary Anne Isaak

Andrew Littleford, trumpet
Todd Martin, french horn
Joel Green, trombone
Stephen Oberheu, tuba

Dorothy Dyck
Song leader
Voluntary Band, including members of
the Winnipeg Wind Ensemble.
Music Director, Jacqueline Dawson.

Please join us following the service for light refreshments and
the opportunity to share stories about Ken.

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