Ken Millard

The Extraordinary Life of Ken Millard

An Extraordinary Life and Legacy (1941-2015)

We are sad to announce that Ken Millard died suddenly at home on the night of Sunday September 27, 2015.

Celebration of Life – October 11th 2015 at the Learning Centre

The memorial service in celebration of Ken’s life and legacy was held at the Learning Centre on October 11th. It was a very special day.

Henny Schnare’s photo and video footage of the day – Facebook link.

Obituary that appeared in The Vancouver Sun, The Province and The Globe and Mail.

A Towering B.C. Conservationist – Globe and Mail, Nov 3 2015

Digital Guest Book

Ken Millard Memorial Fund

Ken Millard made an immense contribution to the Galiano Conservancy on a daily basis for 26 years. His support of the organization’s operations has been invaluable. In honoring his volunteer work, we have created the Ken Millard Memorial Fund. Through this legacy fund and our new Giving Circle program, we will support critical operations.

If you would like to make a gift in memory of Ken, please contact Jenna Falk at the Conservancy office (250-539-2424) to discuss options, including our new Giving Circle program.

Thank you for your kindness during this time of loss and your continued support.

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Jenna Falk

Jenna has a B.A. in Geography from McMaster University, and a M.A. in Environmental Studies at UVic. Her research background has focused on peatland ecohydrology and understanding the management challenges of landscape change in the Rocky Mountains. Her position focuses on capacity building activities, partnership development, species at risk recovery and strengthening new and existing fundraising programs. Jenna is passionate about conservation in the Gulf Islands and BC, with a special interest in planned giving as a way of enabling communities and individuals to reach their conservation goals.

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