Kim Tyler Weaymouth
1953 - 2020
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Kim Tyler Weaymouth passed away peacefully in his home at the age of 67, suddenly after a lengthy battle with Parkinson's disease. The way he passed is just how he lived, by his own rules. He paved his own way and if you said he couldn't do it, he would make sure he could. He taught his children the qualities of life, to always make the right decisions, to love nature and animals, and the importance of family. Of all the people he touched both willing and unwillingly he will be remembered as having the biggest heart and sense of humour loved by everyone. Loving father of RJ (Kristen), Shannon, Jeremy, and Former husband of Tracy. Uncle to his nieces and nephews, Brother of Beverly (deceased) Ron, Terry and Darlene. His trade as an auto mechanic was passed onto his sons RJ & Jeremy where they spent many hours building cars. As well as his Horticulturalist trade which he taught his daughter, Shannon, to grow beautiful flowerbeds and vegetable gardens. He retired from Hilfield Strathallen College, where he spent many happy years. A celebration of Life will be scheduled at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family has asked to donate to the Parkinson's Society.

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Published in The Hamilton Spectator on Jun. 29, 2020.
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July 2, 2020
Dear Family and Friends,
I am so sorry to hear of Kim's passing. As a long time colleague at HSC, I had the chance to get to know Kim [and his family] beyond the context of the workplace. Just a great gent to be around. We shared lots of laughs and conversation. Kim always took time to say Hi and share the goings of the day. He was really creative in managing his team and the work about campus. He would start with, "hey, did you see the area over by the sports field", and then follow with, "know what we did..." and then take me through the work plan/solution :) I learned so much from Kim and will be forever grateful for that. Kim was such an asset to HSC, both at campus and beyond. I recall a number of times Kim brought prospective families to the college from connections/conversations he would have during his personal time away from work. He was always engaged in HSC's purpose and promise. We regularly spoke of first impressions/presence when arriving at campus and how important is was to have a positive experience prior to getting the the front door. He was absolutely on point and delivered on that promise. Our grounds and field spaces were the envy of all institutions in Hamilton and beyond. He took great pride in his work and contribution to the College. Most importantly he took great pride in his family. It was always fun to hear how the 'kids' were doing [even when they were currently working at campus:)) ]. He would be smiling throughout as his love and caring for his family shone through.
I am sadden by his passing and will miss him.
My deepest sympathies,
Chris
Chris Kwiecien
Coworker
June 30, 2020
Rest in peace my Friend the guys in the shop will miss ya
Brad Hendsbee
Coworker
June 30, 2020
Kim always had a sparkle in his eyes and such a warm smile. He stood out as a man of such kindness and genuinely enjoyed helping others. Many were the times he rescued me with key and car issues over the years we shared at HSC. With fond memories and my sincere condolences to the family.
Kelly Moore
Coworker
June 30, 2020
Kim was a kind and genuine person. He was quick to poke fun and exchange banter, but always with a smile. He was a part of the fabric of HSC and made it a better place through his care and attention to detail. I vividly remember the day at lunch when Kim called me over to introduce me to his daughter - his face had the quintessential look of pride of someone who cares deeply for family. That is the image of Kim that I will hold in memory. My condolences to his family and loved ones. Kim will be missed.
Alex Moffatt
Coworker
June 30, 2020
My heartfelt condolences, knew Kim for many years from Hamilton Airport RIP
Darlene
Friend
June 30, 2020
e are so very sorry for you loss
Cathy & Rob Duncan
Cathy
Acquaintance
June 29, 2020
Kim was such a kind and knowledgeable man. Being greeted by Kim in the morning made my day. I am deeply sorry for your loss.
Hilary Munn
Coworker
June 29, 2020
My heart breaks when I think about your loss. I can't think of a kinder and more supportive gentleman, and always with a grin, smile and/or a laugh. He was a problem solver. I am grateful for having just gotten to know him. I had begun to get students more involved with elements of naturalization at HSC. Kim was fantastic with students. He will be dearly missed.
He was pretty happy with his new tractor.
John Hannah
Coworker
June 29, 2020
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
Alex &Gisele Castonguay
Acquaintance
June 29, 2020
My deepest condolences to you and your family RJ.
Paige Weylie
Friend
June 29, 2020
I only knew you for a short while but you were a true gentlemen and a great man.

Rest Easy
Grant
Acquaintance
June 29, 2020
Kim was an incredible man. His passion for family, friends, and life in general will continue to be an inspiration to me. My condolences to his kind-hearted family. Rest in peace Kim!
Cam Shimoda
Friend
June 29, 2020
Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.
Barry and Maureen pyne
Friend
June 29, 2020
Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.
Barry and Maureen Pyne
Friend
June 29, 2020
My sincere condolences for your loss and knowing Kim it is a great one. Always a smile and wave greeted me at school no matter where I was, whether it was on duty with the kids, driving in or out of the College or out and about on the grounds. I last saw Kim at the College's retirement celebration and I will forever remember how proud and happy he was, surrounded by his family and loved ones. May your sorrow be eased by the comfort of memories shared.
Susan Giordano
Coworker
June 29, 2020
Kim,

You will be missed dearly by your friends at HSC. You were one of a kind and I personally will miss you very much. May you RIP dear friend.
Jennifer Vergos
Coworker
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