Lockington TimLOCKINGTON, Timothy Alec 'Tim' - (1973 - 2017) -

“The Soul would have no rainbow
If the eyes had no tears”

Suddenly and unexpectedly, due to complications after surgery, Tim passed away at home on Wednesday, April 12, 2017.

We are saying our final good bye to a gentle, kind and loving soul. Tim was a reliable, friendly worker and team member at ARC Industries, Pioneer Car Wash and Indian Wells Golf Club. He also enjoyed working at Soule Park Golf Course in Ojai, California and Oakwood Golf Course in Ste. Anne, Manitoba.

Tim loved to play and compete. His athletic ability and interests in go-carting, fishing, golfing, bar-b-quing, and baking were always a source of pride that he shared with family and many friends. Tim was also a member of the 5 and 10 pin Special Olympic bowling teams in Burlington.

Tim is survived by his parents, Lesley and Alec, his brother Michael, sister-in-law Tracy, niece Kate and nephew Matthew. He also leaves behind many aunts and uncles, cousins, friends and co-workers. Tim is predeceased by all grandparents.

A private family reception and remembrance was held on Saturday, April 15th.

A public interment at Burlington Memorial Gardens and a celebration of Tim’s life will take place on Saturday, July 22nd at a time to be announced later. Anyone who knew and loved Tim will be welcome to attend. Arrangements entrusted with Dodsworth & Brown funeral home, Burlington.

HaltonObituaries.com

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Lockington TimLOCKINGTON, Timothy Alec 'Tim' - (1973 - 2017) -

“The Soul would have no rainbow
If the eyes had no tears”

Suddenly and unexpectedly, due to complications after surgery, Tim passed away at home on Wednesday, April 12, 2017.

We are saying our final good bye to a gentle, kind and loving soul. Tim was a reliable, friendly worker and team member at ARC Industries, Pioneer Car Wash and Indian Wells Golf Club. He also enjoyed working at Soule Park Golf Course in Ojai, California and Oakwood Golf Course in Ste. Anne, Manitoba.

Tim loved to play and compete. His athletic ability and interests in go-carting, fishing, golfing, bar-b-quing, and baking were always a source of pride that he shared with family and many friends. Tim was also a member of the 5 and 10 pin Special Olympic bowling teams in Burlington.

Tim is survived by his parents, Lesley and Alec, his brother Michael, sister-in-law Tracy, niece Kate and nephew Matthew. He also leaves behind many aunts and uncles, cousins, friends and co-workers. Tim is predeceased by all grandparents.

A private family reception and remembrance was held on Saturday, April 15th.

A public interment at Burlington Memorial Gardens and a celebration of Tim’s life will take place on Saturday, July 22nd at a time to be announced later. Anyone who knew and loved Tim will be welcome to attend. Arrangements entrusted with Dodsworth & Brown funeral home, Burlington.

HaltonObituaries.com

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