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HUGMAN, Tim Basil
Tim Basil Hugman, came into this world kicking, screaming and hating politicians on June 5, 1942. He passed one minute after last call at 3:01 a.m. on Febraury 20, 2013 at 70 years old. Brother of Kathryn Forsyth, Hillary Hugman, Victoria Jonstone and Tony Hugman, grandson of the famous General C.B. Price, a very dear friend of local-bar goers and foe to communists and Jim Pattison. Tim's love of fast cars, fast boats and fast women will never be forgotten. As the only softhearted, gun-wielding man, he was the most popular and lovable regular at the Two Parrots. Sometimes his constant chatter and strong opinions obtained the power to clear the room faster than a bomb threat. The kind staff will always remember being chased around the bar unfazed by his lack of sympathy for anyone or anything, his bitter, loud, obnoxious and foul- mouthed demeanor and his love for Johnny Cash. During his life, Tim excelled at critiquing public policy and charming young women with his fateful stories of war, hunting and misfortune. In lieu of flowers, Tim would ask that you make a trip to your favourite watering hole with someone you love and purchase a double shot of white tequila with a squeeze of lime in his memory. In addition, he would ask that all the bicycle lanes be removed from the streets of Vancouver and that gun laws be retracted in his honour. To our good friend, gone and departed, may your kind heart be forever in the Dog House.
Published in Vancouver Sun and/or The Province on Mar. 10, 2013