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Ths past friday Tim DesGrosseilliers from the Lindsay area was tragically killed in a construction accident in Toronto. Tim was "car crazy" to say the least. He frequented car shows, cruise nights and flea markets throughout the central ontario area.I've known Tim for nearly 30 yrs and consider him one of my closest friends. His passing is a devastating loss to his new bride, family , friends, co-workers and the car enthusiast community.

 

http://www.stoddartfuneralhome.com/book-of-memories/3130257/DesGrosseilliers-Timothy-(Tim)/obituary.php



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Tim was a Union elevator constructor and all of the north American brothers are saddened by the news of his death.
I am a retired member of International Union of Elevator Constructors.
May he rest in peace.
DJ

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Sad news.

Rest In Peace Tim

Condolences to family and friends.

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R.I.P. Tim.

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God Speed Tim



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Sorry to hear of the loss of your close friend.

RIP Tim.
My condolences to the family.



-- Edited by 123pugsy on Wednesday 13th of September 2017 05:55:33 AM

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Tim was laid to rest today. I was honoured to have my car as part of the funeral procession . There is a lot of Tim in my car and without his help I doubt it would have been reassembled to the level it is now.
An incredible turnout of family , friends and co-workers.
His union "brothers" formed an honour guard that stretched for 2 city blocks, both sides of the street.
Tim was loved and respected.
I have no words to describe the loss.
Thank you all for the kind words.
R.I.P

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