Michael Kenneth Ham

06-Mar-1958 - 22-Mar-2020

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Posted by karen dedesko | 31-Jan-2022

Mike… you were fun, adventurous and always brought your A game in what ever you did and in whatever challenges you faced.

I am so sorry for you and your family that you were taken far too soon. I wish them strength, peace and love for now and the years to come.

Mike and I briefly crossed paths in the late 70‘s - he made a lasting impression on me as I’m certain he did with everyone he met.

Cheers to a life well lived Mike!

Sorry for the late response, I only discovered this terrible news last week.

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Posted by Randy Hughes-Guest | 16-Aug-2021

I am deeply saddened to hear of the passing of my old friend. Mike served as the best man at my wedding with wife Laura 37 years ago. I unfortunately lost contact with Mike a few years ago and while searching to meet up with him only discovered his passing recently. I grew up with Mike playing hockey with him from age 5 to provincial junior A in Richmond Hill. I trust that Mike and I will meet in Heaven in future. Love you “Hammer”.

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Posted by Jenai Jackson | 13-Jun-2021

I don’t know your dad that well and I think he was a legend and he was the nice person and sweet and kind and he is going to be missed big time and but he is in safe place and no more suffering and hurt and pain and he with his saviour and with god and Jesus and but one day you are going to be with him one day
RIP Mike Ham 💙🤍

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Posted by Rebecka Freels | 12-Feb-2021

So sad to hear of Mike‘s passing. Always enjoyed the many opportunities we had to work together. A wonderful industry booster and all round great person. His smile brightened the day of every person he met. Condolences to all who loved him.

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Posted by John Groden | 13-Aug-2020

So sad to hear about Mike's passing this year. I had the opportunity to work with Mike at Cancom late 90's into early 2000's . A lot of great memories for sure but the one thing that stood out the most for me was his incredible passion for his job and the way he could motivate people around him. Rest in peace Mike and it was a pleasure knowing and working for you and my condolences to your family .

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Posted by Peter & Denny LeMasurier | 12-Apr-2020

So sad of your loss. He definitely was an amazing individual who impacted many lives in a very positive way. We hadn't heard from him so unfortunately I found out online.
Julie, Tayor, Connor and Liam prayers are with you as such a terrible void in your lives forever.
Jordan sends his condolences as well. He taught the boys swimming lessons as well MIKE would really harass him in a positive way.
Thanks to you Julie and boys he became more caring with animals. When he would come to our place he wouldn't sit down because of dog and cat hair.
You brought him so much love. Julie and boys you helped him through his terrible medical issues.
God Bless
Peter and Denny

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Posted by Rick Barnes | 08-Apr-2020

I am so sorry to hear of Mike's passing. As so many have said before me; Mike was one of a kind, a smile and warm welcome for everyone, he really had a way to make people feel comfortable and at ease, he will be missed by all. Our condolences to the Ham family and his many many friends.

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Posted by Rose Wieler | 04-Apr-2020

Julie and family,
I am so sorry to hear about Mike's passing. He had such a big heart and was always a positive person.

I'm so glad that hockey and school connected us to you and Mike. He was a great coach and father.

Rose & Doug Wieler and family

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Posted by Ben Bourget | 02-Apr-2020

Mike was a team mate, friend, co worker and just a great guy.
Rest In Peace old friend!
My condolences to the Ham family!
He will be missed!
May God Bless

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Posted by Richard Budzyn | 02-Apr-2020

Blessed to have had so many great times and memories while working and celebrating life with Mike. Everything, from business meetings all over Eastern Canada to going to see his dad’s horse racing, and to going to conventions and parties and golfing with him that were all incredible and amazing times. We stayed in touch after l left working with him and we would get together from time to time as well and it was always great to catch up when we could. Bless you Mike and all your friends and family.

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