KING, Roderick Allen (Rod)

The family is sad to announce Rod’s passing on April 10, 2022, at 64 years of age.

He is lovingly remembered by his wife Bonnie, his son Ron (Dawn) and his grandkids Ava and Alex. Rod was predeceased by his dear son Brad. He is survived by his parents Bernadette Senio and Lindsay King, his brother David (Susan) and his sister Linda. He was an uncle to many special nieces and nephews, and like a “son” to his in-laws, Ervin and Teresa and their family.

Rod was a man of many talents and was always up for a challenge. He never said no to a request for help. He was blessed with many friends and family members who loved him dearly.

He had a passion for antique cars and international trucks. He lived a carpenter’s life for almost 50 years.

A heartfelt thanks goes out to the staff at the Cross Cancer Institute Norwood Hospice who cared for Rod.

An informal gathering of family and friend’s will be held at a later date.

Serenity Funeral Service – South
780 450 0101

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Laurie JohnsonDaley

Jerry and I met Rod when we worked with Bonnie at Sunterra Market. A true family man whose wife and family meant everything to him. I’m thankful we were able to enjoy some special times with Rod and Bonnie and especially a wonderful trip together to Mexico to celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary. May you all find strength and peace together as you keep Rod and his memory close to you ❤️

Lori & Paul Martens

Our deepest condolences on Rod’s passing. It is never easy to lose someone you love. We hope with time your memories of Rod will bring smiles to brighten your life.


I met Rod back in the early 70’s – I was dating a friend of his – we became a group, along with Ken McKee and Dave King and Werner Kuntz among others that hung out together all the time throughout high school and for years after – I remember him playing fetch with my cat PJ for hours on end and we spent many weekends together out at West Wynd Oval – watched him get totally battered in a demolition derby in an old station wagon – he was an extremely kind and loving man – the world has truly lost a great person – my heartfelt condolences to you Bonnie and your children and family

Leanne Smyth

Bonnie & Family,
I am so sorry to hear about your loss. My thoughts are with you during this difficult time.

Dave Senio

Rod was easy going, hard working and respected. My last memory of Rod was crossing paths at the racetrack and watching him and his son run their old international pickup down the track with pride. Rest in peace.

Dave Senio

Darrell Galusha

My deepest condolences to Rod’s family. I met Rod while I was working at Capital Raceway. Rod always had a smile on his face and was always up for helping out. He will be missed

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