In Loving Memory
Kenneth John “Ken” Niven


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A Funeral Service for 
Ken will be held at the
Victorian Police Academy Chapel,
1 View Mount Road, Glen Waverley
on Wednesday 26th June 2024

commencing at 11.00 a.m.
A private cremation will follow.

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  1. Dear Ryan, Kelly, Ashley and Kyle,
    I am so sorry for your loss and I send my deepest condolences to you all.
    Remember the good times and the fun you have had and remember your Dad will always be with you and watching over you.
    Love to you all. Denise.

    Denise Armstrong
  2. So sad and shocked to hear of Kens passing.
    Thinking of you all in this difficult and heartbreaking time.
    Taken too young.
    May he rest in peace

    Wayne And Rachelle Niven
  3. To Ryan, Kelly, Ashley and Kyle
    Thinking of you all at this very sad time
    Love Sharon and Steve Berger and family x

    Sharon Berger
  4. Words can’t ease the pain in such circumstances, but I’ll remember him as a good bloke, a fair and decent man, and a well respected Cadets officer.
    His legacy will live on through the many young lives he helped guide their direction in life.

    Steve Bridges
  5. Sending my condolences too everyone in this sad time, Ken (Nev) as I was a Cadet in Dandenong Base, he was a beautiful man and always had a smile, and I am sadly hurt inside too see another beautiful person leave us, and all can think is he was needed up in the Heavens, and not a day will ever go by that Ken won’t show you his around.
    with all my love from my heart and soul, I send so much love in this time.
    Rochel Interno & Family.

    Rochel Interno
  6. Sending our deepest condolences to Zareena and also Ken’s family. Ken was one of the good guys and taken too early. He will be missed by many

    Darlene, Glenn, Jacinta and Renee Chidgey
  7. Wishing all that have been touched by the passing of Ken my sincere condolences. Ken’s professional and volunteer careers in service to the community are a testament to his character and wanting to make the world a better place. Thank you for your service mate, never forgotten. Ronnie xx

    Veronica Foster
  8. Our thoughts are with u all today – Reena, Lee, Rob and your beautiful families.. Sorry we cannot be there.

    Jan & Mark Black
  9. He touched my heart and countless like me through his amazing volunteer work with cadets. He shaped us boys into men and I am forever grateful for his lessons during my own formative years. My heart aches for his kids and his family.

    Joshua Dodgson