Timothy Albert King passed away suddenly in Wasauksing First Nation on Sunday, July 11th, 2021. Age 56 years.
Beloved son of Donna and the late Stewart King. Loving father of Hope Sutherland, Chloe Sutherland, Penny Sutherland, Faith Sutherland, Stewart King, and Renee Sutherland. Dear brother of Ken Sandy, Jeffrey King (Wenonah), Francine King (Dan), and Sharon King. Fondly remembered by Cindy Sutherland, Barbara Wall, and by his other relatives and friends.
Private family visitation, followed by cremation.
Rest peacefully Tim, love and condolences to the family-Bridget Foley
My Deepest Condolences to your family.
I have been good friends with Tim since public school. He was the type of person who always put a smile on your face. He was upbeat and positive with a huge heart. we recently reconnected after not really seeing each other since childhood and he was still the same. Some of my fondest childhood memories are with Tim. Playing street hockey, going on trips with you family and yes occasionally getting into a little mischief. I am deeply saddened by the news of his passing. I feel like I lost a brother. My heart goes out to his family.
Kevin & Tracy Weimer
Hugs to the family of Tim, sure gonna miss his smile and laughter. Every time I saw him he was always up beat and happy go lucky. He loved his children, loved his family and our community. God speed my friend, until we meet again!
Love, Laura & Gord
Are deepest condolences too the family.remember to think about the son. brorher of the good times .and share the memories and he'll never be far from your side may you find peace in strength of the eagle to guide you through these difficult times God Bless-Stephen.Robin Stock
Very sorry to hear of Tim’s passing. I got to know Tim when he worked at Mystic Loon. He was always so friendly and outgoing. My deepest condolences to his family.-Joy Kerr
My sincere sympathy to the Tim’s children, partner, family, friends and to the community of Wasauksing.
It was a shock to hear of his passing. It’s been many years since he’s come over to visit us here on Christian Island. His other home. He spent many summers and a couple of years here as a youth. His friendship was solid, he loved to joke, laugh and play/listen to music. He was a great friend who could turn any bad day around. Because he was always so positive, upbeat and polite. I remember how he loved baseball, hockey and basketball. He taught me how to play 21, he had great patience lol I will keep all those fun times and good memories in my heart.
Travel well Tim, time to rest and take your place in the heavens and shine down on us. Baamaapii gi-gaawaabaamin miinwaa niijii. Miigwech for your friendship, Cheryl Dawn.
Thinking of you Cindy and your children. I met Tim years ago while living in Ottawa. Cindy is my cousin and that’s how I met him.-Molina Louttit