Kenneth Creagmile

CREAGMILE, Kenneth….

It is with heavy hearts the family of Ken Creagmile announces his passing. Ken died peacefully, with his family beside him, in his 79th year, on Thursday, June 25th, 2020. He leaves behind his loving partner Nancy Dillabough. Cherished father of Pam Mitchell (Chris) and Deb Perkins (Scott). Loving grandfather of Tyler, Megan Grimminck (Steve), Stephanie, Dylan, Jakob and great grandfather to Brody, Willow and Troy. Dear brother of Bill and Dorothy. Uncle to many nieces and nephews. In 1956, Ken’s parents (William and Lily) moved the family from Belfast making London, Ontario their home. Early on in his career, Ken was an executive at Bell Canada and later created one of the first lawn sprinkler companies in the city, Evergreen Irrigation. Ken had a light in him, a zest for life. He was an incredibly hard worker, and anyone who knew him can attest that he squeezed 25 hours into every 24 hour day. He was a proud grandfather who loved watching his grandchildren play hockey, basketball, and soccer. His energy and way of pranking those around him will be something that is missed by many. In following Ken’s wishes, cremation has taken place, a private family ceremony will follow. Donations can be made in Ken’s name to the London Regional Cancer Program or to a charity of your choosing. Cremation London & Middlesex entrusted with arrangements 519-858-2467. Online condolences shared at

  1. Since being friends with Deb since the age of 2 I have many fond childhood memories of sleepovers, and long play days at your house growing up. My sincere condolences to the entire Creagmile family as you come together to remember and honour your Father. Jen Dundass Wilson xx

  2. So very sorry to hear of Ken’s passing.
    He was my manager in the test center for many years.
    He was a quiet and friendly man and will be missed..

  3. Barb and I were shocked to see that our good neighbor for many years In Middlesex Centre on McEwen Dr passed away . Our condolences to Nancy and your family Bev and Barb Shipley

  4. Very sorry to hear about your loss Pam and Deb. Hopefully in time your heartache eases

  5. Dear Nancy,
    Our condolences to you and your family in this time of grief and loss. We remember Ken as gentle and kind, and appreciated the care he took in his work. Thinking of you in this difficult time and wishing you comfort.
    Elenor & Don Taves

  6. Dear Nancy,
    My sincerest condolences for your loss. I first met Ken at the Fisheries Restaurant in London when I was a bartender. I remember interacting with him, he was always so kind and a first class gentleman. Then meeting Ken years later with Evergreen Irrigation, my husband Jim and I always enjoyed our conversations when he came out to do maintenance on our system.
    I hope memories of good times past will help in the days ahead.
    Take good care, know that I am thinking of you.
    sincerely Ingrid Waldie

  7. Nancy
    We were very sorry to hear of Ken’s passing. He was a warm, friendly, and caring individual. He took such good care of us and we always enjoyed his visits. Our thoughts are with you during this difficult time.
    Take care of yourself,
    Sandra & Blake NIcolucci

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