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William "Dean" McKee
August 14, 1941
November 28, 2022
Dean McKee, of RR5 Kincardine, passed away at the Kincardine Hospital on Monday November 28, 2022 at the age of 81. He was born in Kincardine on August 14, 1941 to the late George & Nelda McKee. Beloved husband of Diane McKee (nee Williams). Greatly missed by son Kevin (Linda) McKee of Kincardine Township, daughter Vicki (Matthew) Milham of Ramara Township and grandchildren Alyssa and Sebrina. Also survived by brother Ron (Cheryl) McKee of London, sister Karen (Ken) Westfall of Langley B.C. and nieces Brooke, Shannon and Carla, and nephew Sean (predeceased).

Dean was raised on the 7th concession of Kincardine, home farm to Nelda's family where they were beef famers. After completing highschool, Dean decided to join the RCMP. Trained in Manitoba, and practiced for 11 years in Vancouver. Dean and Diane met in 1962, and were married in 1963. Loving the land and wanting to return to farming, Dean, Diane and Kevin moved to Ontario in 1971. Purchasing a farm close to Dean's parents, started dairy farming. Being involved with the holstein industry Dean was president of United Breeders in Guelph around 1996. Achieved Master Breeder herd in 1999. Dean worked on the farm with his son Kevin, and was active until his sudden death.

A private funeral service will be held at the MacKenzie & McCreath Funeral Home, Ripley with interment to follow in Ripley Cemetery.

South Bruce Grey Health Centre, Kincardine
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A private funeral service will be held from MacKenzie & McCreath Funeral Home, Ripley


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Ripley Cemetery, Ripley, ON
 
 
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