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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

Timothy Glen Love

1955 - 2021

Kingston

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It is with great sadness that I announce the death of my husband, Tim Love, who passed away at home in Kingston, ON with me by his side. Tim was 65 years of age and we had 38 wonderful years of marriage.

Tim was born in Port Colborne, ON and joined the military in 1973 as a Communicator Research Operator, 291. He retired as a Warrant Officer having had a long and successful 28 year career in the military. Tim had many postings including Inuvik, NWT, Gander, NF, Masset, BC, Alert, Nunavut, Bermuda, Ottawa, ON and Kingston, ON.

Tim loved people and found it easy to strike up a conversation with most people he met. Among his passions were fast cars, reading, woodworking and travel. All of those shared with his wife Louise. He will be remembered for his quick wit, knowledge about everything and his great sense of humor.

He will be greatly missed by his wife Louise, his father Glen of Grimsby and siblings Dean (Linda) of Richards Landing, Daria (John) of Toronto, Chris (Linda) of Guelph and Dalyce (Murray) of Cambridge as well as many nieces & nephews, friends and extended family. Tim was predeceased by his mother, Rose.

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, there will be no visitation or funeral. Cremation arrangements entrusted to Trousdale Funeral Home, Sydenham, ON. Online condolences available at www.trousfn@kingston.net.

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The Siteman Family

May 19, 2021 8:51 PM

From Ed, Judy, Sabrina, Crystal and Corinne Siteman
Our thoughts and prayers to Louise and his family and friends.
R.I.P. my friend
R.I.P. Uncle Tim

The Siteman Family


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Isabelle Love

June 7, 2021 10:42 AM

There are too many good memories of Uncle Tim to fit into this little box. One of my favourites was already recounted by my dad Chris, when he, Uncle Tim, my brothers, and I went on the Hollywood Rocker roller coaster. Uncle Tim chose the song "I will survive" to play in his headset during the ride, then spent half the ride with his eyes squeezed shut. We could not stop laughing at that recording. When, as kids, my brothers and I would ask Uncle Tim what he did in the military, he always told us he was a spy. He also told us that he did a stint as a pirate during his tour in Bermuda, so we thought we had the coolest pirate-spy uncle in the world. I will greatly miss his presence and stories. I look forward to seeing family again to share more stories of Uncle Tim and celebrate his life.

Louise Love

May 29, 2021 5:07 PM

I would like to thank everyone for the kind words & comforting messages. I really appreciate all the prayers & thoughts and a few good stories.  He will be truly missed.

Tim McLarnon

May 29, 2021 10:45 AM

Our sincerest condolences and deepest of sympathy to Louise and the entire family.  It was my absolute pleasure to have worked and played with Timmy and Louise, This is just another sad sad day, but Tim you were certainly one of the best who  made the 291 trade the family it is today. RIP Brother, Cheers!

The Loves, Chris, Linda and family

May 28, 2021 4:51 PM

Louise and all of Tim's friends
It certainly was moving to read all of the wonderful stories and tributes to Tim. He not only was a great brother and husband, it is truly obvious he was a great friend to a lot of people. I agree with all of you, that he left us way too early. While I am very emotional right now as I type this tribute, I know the very best way to remember Tim is to share the incredibly fun stories we all have with Tim as the main character. I had to laugh at some of the stories that some of you recalled concerning Tim. Being his younger brother, here are a few of mine, from way too many to choose from.
Tim convinced me from an early age that while the pet cat was chasing me around the house that Dad was building, Tim was up on the roof helping Dad "build the house". I believe him until I did the math. I was probably 3 at the time, he was 4 years older. He wasn't doing much building at 7 years old.  I was probably in my thirties before I figured it out. As an irritating older brother, ,he made me eat grass, said it was good for me, it had Vitamin C. Taught me the beat up trick. If you have to ask what it is, we can't tell you! Took me out to my first bar and strip joint in Port Colborne when I was underage. Raced our 2 Toyotas down the highway in the early 1980's. Two years ago we rented some super cars (Ferrari's, etc) on a race track near Belleville to do top speed trials. I was lucky again and just barely beat him. He was not impressed. Tim was my best man at my wedding in Quebec almost 31 years ago. The night before the wedding he offered to drive me back to Ontario if I was too scared to go ahead with the wedding. We decided to stay for the wedding. I was the best man at his wedding to Louise in Gander. The best man tries to get the groom drunk the night before the wedding. Since Tim could hold his drink better than me, the only result was that I got bombed. Tim liked my wife Linda right from the start. While we were dating, Tim and Louise offered to drive Linda back to Ottawa where they also lived.. They took Linda out to dinner. While trying to stab a pesky French fry on her plate it shot across the table onto Tim's plate. She was embarrassed, but Tim thought a messy eater like her would be good partner for me. The 4 of us did several trips together over the years and always had a blast. One of the most memorable was the 4 of us sitting on a beach in Barbados, slowly drinking our complimentary rum while Louise and Linda got their hair braided. It was fun and relaxing. However we paid the price the next day when we realized how badly sun burnt we all had become. Tim never liked to admit that he was scared. We all had finished the Hollywood Rocket ride at Universal in Florida. Tim indicated that the ride was only "ok". Tim did not realize he had been on video. The fear in his expression caught on video showed he had been just as scared as the rest of us He had a good laugh over that. .This was a quality that Tim had that made him special. He could laugh at his own quirks harder than everyone else. My kids always loved coming to see Uncle Tim and Aunt Louise. The food was excellent, they got to stay up late and do fun things like have a bonfire or shoot pellet guns. or even play with the treadmill. 
Thanks for reading my tribute. Tim would not have wanted us to mourn over his passing, but rather to have a real good laugh while sharing some great stories about him. I still have some tears right now, but I feel better. However, like Louise and all of Tim's many friends I miss him big time. I think I will toast him with a glass of rum tonight.

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