Kenny Cousins

Obituary of Kenny Cousins

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November 20, 1960 – March 3, 2022 

It is with great sadness we express that Kenny has lost his long, hard battle to cancer.   

Kenny is survived by his loving wife Karla Cousins, daughters Kimberley Payne & Brandi Joyal, son Casey Cousins, grandson Danny Payne, sisters Diana Garred, Linda Freeman (Wally) & Kathy Lowe (Don), 5 nieces, 5 nephews, 4 great nieces and 2 great nephews. 

Kenny is predeceased by his Dad Alan Cousins, Mom Fan Cousins, and daughter Britni Joyal. 

Kenny has always worked in the field of oil and gas and considered Atco to be his second family. Kenny’s contribution to the Village of Carbon has not gone unnoticed, from curling club, volunteer firefighting, coaching soccer, to helping someone with their furnace.  

Kenny had integrity, loyalty, and a kindness to help anyone in need. His support and help were offered at the drop of a hat. Kenny was well loved by anyone who had the honour and privilege of knowing him. The people who have been touched by Kenny will miss him dearly. 

We have encountered so many wonderful people during this journey over the past 18 months. 

Special thanks and love to Dr. Pabani (and Lexi for my countless calls and support) at the Tom Baker Centre (and all the amazing staff). To Wendy and Dr. Brock Randolph at the Drumheller Cancer Centre and to the amazing staff at the Acute Care Department at the Drumheller Hospital.  We would not have been able to travel this 18 month journey without all your love and support. 

In Kenny’s honor, memorial donations may be made to Strathmore Lions Club or Tom Baker Health Centre: Oncology Unit. 


A family Memorial will be held at a later date. 

A Memorial Tree was planted for Kenny
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Sunset Funeral Service Ltd.
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