TIMOTHY COSTELLO

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  • "Care Astrid e Alina, le nostre piu sentite condoglianze in..."
  • "So sorry for your loss, my deepest condolences to the..."
    - Donnet Swaby
  • "Astrid, Alina, So sorry to hear about your lose. We didn't..."
  • "I am so sorry for your loss. I will miss my friend and will..."
    - Tom Harmon
  • "So sorry for your loss. RIP Timmy."
    - Margaret VanDerTulip Smyth

TIMOTHY COSTELLO August 17, 1965 - August 11, 2014 Born in New York City, USA to Irish-Catholic parents Joan Catherine Carter and Edmund Francis Costello. He was one of 6 brothers. Tim was a kind and gentle soul who was easygoing. His smile lit up a room like the sun. He loved his car, baseball, sports and the beach. One day Tim met Astrid. Things were good; they fell in love, got married and Tim joined Astrid and Alina in Toronto, Canada. He worked in construction as a carpenter and was respected by his colleagues. His love of food proved he missed his calling - he should have been a chef! He enjoyed many things: family, friendships, the sun, music and watching the Boston Red Sox beat any team! His heart was huge, just like his dreams. The bumpy road has now calmed. He loved us all and we loved him. We will remember him for his humour and the brightness he brought to our lives. We will cherish him. Rest in Peace. He is sadly missed by his wife Astrid and daughter Alina and brothers Michael Costello - wife Sue and children Katie and Sean; Steven Costello - wife Sharon and children Jessica, Christine, Tom and Joe; Brian Costello - wife Stephney and child Sophie; Kevin Costello - wife Breda and children Liam, Patrick and Colleen; Sean Costello - wife Patty and children Casey, Kristen and Kiera; Aunt Miki and extended family Maria and Bruno Castro and Karen, Myron, Nicholas and Isabelle Rosil. Friends may call at the Turner & Porter Butler Chapel, 4933 Dundas St. W. (between Kipling and Islington), on Sunday from 2-4 and 6-9 p.m. Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel on Monday, August 18, 2014 at 1 p.m. If desired, remembrances may be made to the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health at www.supportcamh.ca/give
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Published in the Toronto Star on Aug. 16, 2014
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