On 28th August 2014, suddenly but peacefully at Bradford Royal Infirmary, Ken aged 76 years of Idle, Bradford. Beloved husband of Anne, much loved dad of Ken, Anne and Ginny, a dear father-in-law of Saundra and John and a devoted grandad and great granda
9 memories for Kenneth Fabian
In loving memory of a wonderful father , grandad and great-grandfather. So glad we had the special memories of dad seeing his great-grandson, such a shame he is not there to share his life, but will be in our hearts forever.
A truly remarkable man who has gone too soon, helped countless individuals in his life, and a devoted family man until the end. Was a fantastic grandad and would have been an amazing great grandad too. Luckily got to meet Elliott and those memories will be deeply cherished.
Sleep well dad - "Say not in grief 'you are no more' but in thankfulness that you were - as long as we live, you too will live; for you are now a part of us; as we remember you".
Anyone who had the pleasure to meet him is all the better for it. A great grandad who will be truly missed.
In loving memory of a dear brother and brother-in-law who has been taken too soon, it is with regret that we had not seen one another for quite a while, but have good memories of when we did meet up. We are sorry we will be unable to attend Ken's funeral, as we will be away, but will be thinking of Ken and the rest of the family.
We had the great pleasure of getting to know Ken on his many visits to Ireland, in his company we always knew he was a Gentleman. He was warm and engaging with many interest but one great love, his wife. He was a family man with a fantastic social conscience, we are grateful for the opportunity to have shared a piece of his life.RIP.
Night, night Dad, you will be forever in our hearts. We have the fondest memories of a wonderful father and grandfather. There is already a big hole in our hearts from your absence, but we will never forget you. We are so sad that you were taken away from us far too soon
I only Ken four times and out of those three were in hospital, but on the first occasion he told me that I reminded him of his brother Brian. Sleep well you're in my thoughts
Rest in Peace Ken, your family must be very proud of everything you achieved in your life, our condolences go out to your wife Anne and your Children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.