It is with heavy hearts and great sadness that the family of Timothy Kevin Thomson announce his peaceful passing in Langley, British Columbia, on Wednesday, November 4th, 2020, at the age of 61.
Born in Parry Sound, Ontario on November 20th, 1958 to Violet Brear and the late Martin Thomson. Dear brother of Bruce, Steve, Mike, and the late Willard, and Evelyn Barkley. Missed by his beloved daughter Kimberley Thomson, along with her mother Diane (House) Thomson. Fondly remembered by his nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Tim had a smile that was breathtaking – his smile would shine bright, accompanied by a small grin. Tim carried a sense of calmness and peace that you could feel while being around him. He enjoyed living out West in the mountains, travelling across the West, working, being in nature, and having deep discussions on his thoughts about life and his beliefs. Tim wanted to live his life simply and appreciate that ‘what will be, will be.’
As was Tim’s wish, cremation has taken place. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.
As expressions of sympathy, donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or the Kidney Foundation would be appreciated.
It is never easy to say goodbye to such a special friend .I am sure where you are there is an endless supply of chocolate chip cookies.We will think of you often and miss you forever,See you in our next lives,rest in peace my friend, love you Kirby and Brenda-Brenda and Kirby Colter
I don't think I knew Tim but my thoughts are with the whole family at This Time-Gordon Dickie
I’m so sorry for your loss Kim. From what you’ve shared he sounded like a wonderful person. He’s in a better place now.-Toni-Marie
Sincerest condolences to Aunt Violet and all of Thomson Family at this most difficult time. The description of Tim in the obituary is exactly how I remember him. May all of the Family Cherish the Wonderful Memories you have together with him and perhaps it will help you through your time of grief. Rest In Peace cousin Tim.
Clayton & Family-Clayton Stevenson