Ken was born March 22, 1954, in Prince George BC and went to be with our lord and savior on March 25, 2023, surrounded by his loving family. He was greatly loved by his wife, Arlene of 45 years as well as his children Shawn (Alexandra), Tamara (Savey) and Mark. He was also adored by his 5 grandchildren Gregory, Matthew, Rylee, Gabriel, and Harlow. He is also survived by his brother David (Elizabeth), sister Julie (Bruce), Sister Colleen (Rod) and brother James (Lisa) along with many nieces and nephews.
Ken moved to the lower mainland in 1968 and eventually settled in North Delta with his family until his marriage to Arlene in 1977, raising their own family in Surrey BC. Ken’s celebration of life will be held April 15 at 1:00pm at Gracepoint Community Church in Surrey BC.
Psalm 121 - I lift up my eyes to the mountains - Where does my help come from? My help comes from the Lord, the maker of heaven and earth.
My Best friend in Canada and a great colleague at work. There is fiesta and celebration in heaven for Ken has arrived to eternal life, where I will be when my time comes. and we will be together forever. Thank you Lord for your Grace, love and Mercy. Ken lives in my heart. Until we meet again !! Amen.
Arlene and family our hearts are so saddened at hearing of Ken’s passing. He was such a caring person always being there for us when Doug went through his prostate cancer journey. Our years in bible study together were so memorable. Ken’s puns were the best! All our love and prayers to all your family
Dear Arlene, we want you to know we are thinking of you and remembering Ken with fond memories and prayer.
Oh Raison family, I’m so sorry to hear about the loss of Ken. He was a wonderful man. My prayers and love are sent your way.
My thoughts and prayers go out to my friend's in the Ken Raison family. You are all precious to me. So many happy and adventurous times. I love you all. May the Lord comfort you in this time of grieving. God Bless. Dale.
Arlene & family, our deepest sympathies to you all. May the God of all comfort sustain you at this time. Praying for you all.
Our hearts go out to you during this time. Sending you all the love and may the memories of love comfort you during this time.
My sincere condolences to Arlene & family.
I have not seen your mom and dad for such a long time that you would think time would lesson the pain of loss. It doesn't. I remember meeting mom and how we camped out to get a spot for the Traditional School. I would come over alot in that time period and thats when I met your dad. I witnessed such a loving and giving couple. Ken was comfortable in his own skin. He did not have to preach Christ...he lived it. Thankyou Ken for your kindness and acceptance of my family. And Alene: I love you soooo much and pray that God meets you were you need him to be. for the rest of the family: One Day, One Hour, ONE MOMENT