Born and raised in Toronto, Ken joined the RCMP in 1955, served in Saskatchewan for 25 years, retiring as a senior NCO. Ken took senior leadership and management training with the RCMP and was a Detachment Commander from his 10th year until retirement. Moving to BC in 1980, Ken led a covert investigation unit with DFO in Vancouver. Retiring from DFO he did private investigation, including a CBC Fifth Estate documentary on high seas drift net fishery - leading to a United Nations resolution banning drift net fishing on the high seas. Moving to Mill Bay, Ken was Rector’s Warden at St John The Baptist in Cobble Hill, for four years and served on parish council for 17 years. Ken has been very involved with Kinsmen - a charter member of 3 clubs and organized 5 others, served as governor in Saskatchewan and was awarded a life membership.
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