KENNY, Christina Victoria - Passed away of viral meningitis at her residence in Calgary on January 25, 2017. Beloved daughter of Clare and Stirling Kenny, twin sister of Mark Kenny (wife Jennifer) and aunt of Lauren Lee Kenny, all of Guelph, sister of Brent Kenny (wife Danielle) and aunt of Grace Katharine Kenny, all of Toronto. She was predeceased by her sister, Katharine (Katie) Kenny. Vikki attended Avon Public School and Stratford Central. She always had wonderful memories of growing up in Stratford and spending every summer at the family cottage in Oakwood Park, Grand Bend, where, for many years she enjoyed working at J Dee's Summerhouse. After high school she spent two years as an au pair living in Oldenburg, Germany, followed by a year in Paris. After graduating from college, she served as a Master Corporal in the Canadian Armed Forces, for ten years at CFB Borden near Barrie, then three years in Edmonton in the Military Police. In 2013 she transferred from the Regular Forces to the Reserve Force. She then moved to Calgary when she was employed by the Canadian Corps of Commissionaires for Southern Alberta, and also worked at the Calgary Drop-In and Rehabilitation Society. She missed Ontario and wanted to move back to be closer to family and friends. Vikki was to arrive shortly to be Godmother for her new niece, Grace Katharine Kenny. Vikki had the most amazing blue eyes and always lit up every room with that wonderful smile. She loved animals and walked dogs for the Humane Society and always had a cat for a companion. She will be sorely missed by her many friends here in Ontario and in Edmonton and Calgary. Cremation has taken place in Calgary. A private family service will be held at Immaculate Conception Church in Stratford. A celebration of Vikki's life will take place at a later date in the summer, at the family cottage in Oakwood Park, Grand Bend, at which time her ashes will be committed to the family garden alongside those of her sister Katie.
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Memory Candles (2)
Betty and Fred Dubrick
Saturday, February 4, 2017
We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Vickie. We will always remember her happy spirit and the lively faith she had and shared with us.
Mark Kenny
Saturday, February 4, 2017
Rest in Peace Vikki, Love Mark
Condolences (17)
Posted by Diane Bell (friend) On Wednesday, February 8, 2017
So sorry for your loss, Claire & Stirling! I am praying for comfort & peace in your hearts.

Wonderful Person
Posted by Murray Perrett (Friend) On Tuesday, February 7, 2017
I knew Vikki from the MP in Borden, always had a smile and was such a wonderful person. You will surely be missed. We all know she touched the hearts of many. RIP Vikki
One of a Kind
Posted by Martina (Duffy) On Tuesday, February 7, 2017
We were in basic training together and roomed together in Borden. I will always remember when we were at the G8 summit, one of our friends got sick. Everyone chalked it up to a severe man cold. We took the stance of suck it up, but not Vikki. She walked a fair distance to a drug store to get him medication. That's who she was-selfless. We lost an amazing soul. My condolences to her family during this difficult time. Vikki spoke very highly of you all and loved you with all of her being
Farewell Christina
Posted by Patrice Chartrand (Co-worker MP) On Tuesday, February 7, 2017
It's a sad day to hear that Vicky (Christina) passed away, she was a very pleasant woman to work with, smart and always wanted to help anyone in their work while I worked with her with the military Police in CFB Borden.

You will always be remember from your laugh, smile and those beautiful blue eyes. Rest in Peace my Good Friend.

RIP Vikki
Posted by Claude (Co-Worker, Friend) On Tuesday, February 7, 2017
I met Vikki years ago,she was working as a law clerk in London. When calling that law firm, she was the one you hoped would answer the phone; always pleasant.Our paths crossed again in Borden.I remember her strong work ethic and her excellent police report writing skills. Members on her Shift would ask her to review their reports, she would without hesitation. Vikki was a local TV Star, describing the MP trade on a TV show. I will remember Vikki for her smile and her eagerness to help. RIP
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