An Ontario man killed in a motorcycle accident in Isla Mujeres is being remembered as a happy, outgoing, big-hearted father of four who had a contagious, booming laugh and did all he could to help others in both countries in which he lived.
The Canadian citizen and his family have spent part or all of the last four winters on Isla Mujeres, said his widow Amber in a phone interview with CTVNews.ca. They arrived for this season in November 2017, and planned to stay until the end of April 2018.
Shane King, 32, was officially pronounced death on Saturday March 17, shortly after colliding with the rear of a garbage truck in the El Canotal area of Isla Mujeres, where he lived half the year with his wife Amber King and their children Sydney, Quentin, Knox and Marz, ages 10, 8, 6 and 1.
Shane and Amber met in high school. He was from Sutton and she from the nearby Pefferlaw and the couple has been together since they were both 16. They had a wedding ceremony in the Dominican Republic in 2013 but officially got hitched in a Second Cup in Etobicoke, where they live half the year.
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