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Rmembering the life of Ken Hill

  It is with a heavy heart and disbelief that the Six Nations Chiefs family are mourning the passing of our leader, Ken Hill. Ken passed away on January 18, 2021, at the age of 62, leaving behind his loving family and a legacy that will last forever. We send out our sincerest condolences to his family. Ken was the owner of our lacrosse team, and much more. He was a brother, mentor, and leader, making everyone within the Chiefs organization part of the family. “Words cannot describe the sadness and disbelief that the team is in over the passing of our owner and leader Ken (KR) Hill,” Chiefs president and general manager Duane Jacobs said. “Ken was like an older brother to me. He did so much for me and my family. He allowed me to run this team and is directly responsible for all the championships we’ve won. The players were treated well and all he ever wanted in return was championships. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Hill family.” Ken took over the tea

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