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Kenneth Whitstone of Onion Lake, Saskatchewan was born on March 6, 1950 to David Whitstone and Edith (nee Muskego) Whitstone. He passed away on January 1, 2021.
Kenneth is survived by: his three loving children, Jonathan, Jay Edmans of Vancouver, and Joanne (Greg) Favel; his grandchildren, Jelani, Jorell, Emerson, Jayce, Shaylene, Drayton, Jenelle, Jo-layne, Kennedy, Gracie, and one chapan, all of whom he loved equally and kept close to his heart; his siblings, Betty Cardinal, Florence Wapass, and Floyd (Ernestine) Whitstone.
Kenneth is predeceased by: his parents, David and Edith Whitstone; his loving wife, Norma Chief; his grandson, Harlen Whitstone; his siblings, Beatrice Whitstone, Harry Whitstone, Helen Cross, Clara Lewis, Theresa Cross, and Mike Muskego;
Kenny Moose was what everyone knew him as. He was raised by his grandparents, William and Madeline Meesto, and growing up he was close to Christopher Meesto, Peter Meesto, Peter Muskego, Mervin Meesto, and Sylvia Beardy. He enjoyed watching his grandsons play hockey, he liked to play Bingo, and to go to pow-wows and round-dances. He worked various jobs, any means to support his family. He never had anything bad to say about anybody, he was always happy to see anyone of his family, and always greeted them with a smile or a hug. He never failed to phone his baby, Joanne, to tell her what was happening around Onion Lake, Kenny was happy to brag about his home reserve. He also loved to joke around with everyone, always making everyone laugh. He was sure to leave them with a smile. After Norma's passing, Kenny remained close with his in-laws and loved them dearly. He believed in his cultural ways and attended ceremonies regularly.
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