January 16, 2020
I worked at The Marsland building on Erb Street when Mr. Orr was there in the early 1990's. I had next-to-no skills of any kind, but Ken still found work for me to do at the various properties he oversaw. I found Ken to be an incredibly focused and straight-forward thinker. You always knew where you stood with him and he had some interesting stories from his earlier days in construction. I am deeply saddened I didn't get another chance to say hello to this brilliant man one last time.
I will forever be thankful for your guidance and strength of character. Rest in peace, Mr. Orr.
I wish to extend my sincere condolences to Christine and family. I am sorry for your loll— Roseann Weppler nee (dahmer), June 28, 2020
Christine, Sherry, Allan, Andrew & families. Our deepest sympathy & prayers to all of you during this difficult & sad time. Norm & Janet Freiburger— Norm & Janet Freiburger, January 24, 2020
To all members of the Orr family, we send our thoughts and prayers at this time of great loss.— Dan & Willaby Cotton, January 23, 2020
Dear Christine and kids. I am so sorry to hear about Ken's passing. He always had such an easy and welcoming smile. Hope you and your family are well, during your time of grieving. He will be missed. May Heaven greet him with open arms.— George Gawel, January 21, 2020
Dear Christine and Family Our sincere condolences to all of you at the loss of Ken . Mary Lou & Paul Bolen— Mary Lou and Paul Bolen, January 20, 2020
Christine and family We are so sorry for your loss. Ken always had such a warm smile and a twinkle in his eye. He was a great guy.— Betty & Larry Henry, January 20, 2020
Christine & Family. I am so sorry to hear of Ken's passing. My thoughts are with all of you.— Marie Randall, January 18, 2020
Christine and family. So sorry to hear of Ken’s passing. Our thoughts are with you at this difficult time.— Pauline and Verne Mills, January 18, 2020
Very very sorry to hear - Ken was a great guy and a very important member of our team for many years - under his direction, we built a lot of neat stuff. Sincere condolences. Brad & Kathy— Brad Marsland, January 18, 2020