Reeve, Tim

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Cremation has taken place. Memorial service will be held at 1:00PM on Friday February 21, 2020 at Neil Bardal Funeral Centre 3030 Notre Dame Ave. Winnipeg. Ash interment to follow at Hillside Cemetery.

TIM REEVE
 
It is with profound sadness that we announce that Tim passed way on February 4, 2020 at the age of 67.
 
Mourning his loss are his beloved son, Ryan (Leslie), grandson, Lukas, sisters, Debbie (John) and Cheri (Greg); nieces, Candice, Jaye (Dwayne) and Noelle (Daniel); nephews, Max and Sam along with great nephews, Conner and Andre as well as great niece, Brooke. Tim was predeceased by his parents, Mary and Walter Reeve and his twin sister, Donna Lynn.
 
Tim and Donna Lynn were born on August 31, 1952 in Prince George, BC. While Mom and Dad were heartbroken at the loss of their daughter, they were thrilled with their blue-eyed baby boy. Being one of the first grandchildren, Tim was perhaps just a little spoiled by aunts and uncles. Growing up in Morden and Winnipeg, Tim made many lifelong friends. He managed to wreak more than a little havoc with Debbie and our cousins; actually cousin – not mentioning any names of course (Glen) as one does in the country. Oddly enough, they managed to also practice that particular talent once we moved into Winnipeg. Their teen years were not boring at all.
As an adult, Tim became a helicopter engineer and enjoyed every minute of it. He had an extensive knowledge of his craft and spent many hours regaling family and friends of his many adventures. Dad made countless trips to the hangar, either picking Tim up or dropping him off. Tim’s life changed forever with the birth of his son, Ryan. He was such a proud father and he and Ryan became best friends. As his father had before, Tim introduced Ryan to the joys of the outdoors. Goose and duck hunting each season together, they created many great memories which hopefully, in time, will provide Ryan with some comfort. We are heartbroken. Memories run through our minds like a slide show at the speed of light. Right now, it is too painful to focus on happy memories – we just miss him so much.
 
Our family would like to thank the medical staff at The St. Boniface Hospital. Tim was a horrible patient but despite his bad temperament, they treated him with respect and patience………lots and lots of patience.
 
In accordance with Tim’s wishes, cremation has taken place. A memorial service will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, February 21, 2020 at NBI, 3030 Notre Dame Avenue, Winnipeg.  Ash interment will follow at Hillside Cemetery in Morden, Manitoba.

 

#1 Guy Reeve 2020-02-08 16:33
I would like to pass on my heart most condolences to the family. As Tim’s cousin, I remember all the pride he had in his job and his family. He was indeed a unique individual that will be missed by all that had the pleasure of knowing him.
#2 Ross Quane 2020-02-08 18:11
My condolences to Tim's family. So sorry to learn of Tim's passing. Tim and I grew up together in Morden and our parents were good friends. Our lives took difference directions but one summer day, Tim arrived on a helicopter that had been chartered for a project that I was working on in Northern Manitoba. It was a coincidence, but it was fun to see Tim and enjoy his company in a bush camp.
#3 Gord Maddock 2020-02-10 13:09
Sorry to hear about Tim lots of memories of him when he lived in morden rest in peace Tim
#4 Gerri & Elmer Janzen 2020-02-13 11:27
Our deepest condolences to Tim's family. A cousin gone too soon.
#5 Gerri & Elmer Janzen 2020-02-13 11:32
Condolences to Tim's family. A cousin gone to soon.
#6 Gail Deere 2020-02-14 11:10
My condolences to all of Tim's family. Yes, Tim was quite the guy...! I remember him being a bit of a rebel and that was what made him fun to be around. Carol & I spent lots of weekends hanging out with him! RIP Tim

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