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On behalf of the current KBHL executive, our deepest condolences go out to Glen Goodhand’s family.  We can’t thank you enough for all the hard work you have put into this league over the years to make it the huge success it is today.  This is the best Men’s hockey league that allows fathers and sons to play hockey with each other.  We will do our best to keep this league running for years to come. You will be missed.  Well done good and faithful servant.


Obituary for Glen Ross Goodhand

Glen Ross Goodhand went to be with the Lord on May 19, 2024. Son of the late Ross and Ada Goodhand.  He was born in Little Britain, Ontario on May 9, 1935 and spent much of his growing up years helping out on the farm and attending school in the area. In 1957, he began attending Central Baptist Seminary and met his wife of 64 years, Grace Ritchie. Upon graduation, Glen served faithfully in churches in Newmarket, Lyndock, Fenelon Falls, Cottam, Arnprior and Port Bolster. They moved to Lindsay, Ontario during retirement until moving to the Napanee area. Glen had a keen interest in hockey and other sports and established the Kawartha Fellowship Baptist Hockey League while in the Fenelon Falls church and a youth softball league.  He also organized similar leagues while pastoring in Cottam Baptist Church.  While at Pleasant Bay Camp, he set up activities for the campers to participate in during the evenings for many summers. Glen liked to garden, bird watch, golf, play and research hockey and historical events and write for local papers. He also enjoyed camping and spending time with his kids and grandkids especially at Pleasant Bay Camp. He was a caring father to Jeff Goodhand (Marilyn), Linda McCutcheon (Bill) and Colleen Sedgwick (David).  He will be sadly missed by his grandchildren Craig Goodhand (Alexandra and great grandchild Charlotte), Joel Goodhand (Johanna), Colin Goodhand (fiance Laura), Kayla Thibault (Matthew), Lindsay Rodgers, Meredith Sedgwick, Graham Sedgwick, and Garrett Sedgwick.  Glen will be missed by his siblings Alva Wakeford, Mary Thompson, Eva McFaul (Bob) and Ivan Goodhand (Karen), sister-in-law Linda (Ritchie) Brackstone and many nieces and nephews and their children.  Predeceased by brother-in-law Art Ritchie (Verla), Mark Brackstone, Jack Wakefield, and Delbert Thompson and sister-in-laws Charlotte Ritchie and Trudy Bresett (Keith). A service ill be held at Little Britain Community Baptist Church on Monday, May 27, 2024 at 1:30 pm. Donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada or Pleasant Bay Camp by contacting: would be appreciated in lieu of flowers. Donations and condolences may be made through Mackey funeral Home or online at


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