Weir-MILNE-Obituary

Weir Hugh Garvin MILNE

Toronto, Ontario

1955 - 2019

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WEIR HUGH GARVIN MILNE July 31, 1955 - March 16, 2019 It is with heartfelt sorrow that the family of Weir Milne announce his peaceful passing in the early morning hours of March 16, 2019. Beloved husband of (Elizabeth) Wendy for 36 years. Adored, admired and loving father to Jessica (Paulo)...

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Wendy, I am so sorry to hear about your loss. I am pausing to pray that God will grant strength, peace, and comfort to you and your family as you grieve the loss of Weir in coming days. I can still hear him cracking jokes in class back in our Osgoode Hall days. He always seemed full of good cheer. I rejoice that he is with the Father and the Son, just in time for the heavenly Easter celebration...
Karen Henein

Wendy, I am so sorry to hear about Weir passing. I am pausing to pray for strength, comfort, and peace for you and your family as you grieve this loss. I can still hear Weir cracking jokes in class back in our Osgoode Hall days. He's with the Father and Son now, just in time for the heavenly Easter celebration.

This is very sad news and I offer my heartfelt condolences to Weir's family. I have known Weir in a professional capacity for some years, and I often retained him as a mediator. He was always a delight to work with and I very much enjoyed him sharing his experiences and stories. I hope that the memory of this kind and generous man gives comfort to all who knew him.

Very sorry to hear the news. Weir was a great mediator and just a great guy to be around! Always had stories to share and was always so positive!

Wendy and family I am very sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to you.my deepest sympathy. Stephanie Avdichuk (hunak)

I'm very sorry to hear about Weir's passing. He was my greatest cheerleader when I was a new lawyer. I will always hold fond memories of him. My condolences to his family.

Blair Nitchke

I was deeply saddened to hear of Weir's passing -- he was always very pleasant, professional and level-headed during my days as a lawyer, and when I decided to transition to mediation, he was generous and unstinting in sharing his advice and experience.

My deepest condolences go out to his wife, children and family.

In memory of Weir, who put up with me when we were teens, and who was an integral part of a group of friends in high school who were my anchor in the world. Rest in peace, my dear.

I am deeply saddened to learn of Weir's passing - we shared much laughter and struggle together working through our many doctoral classes at Royal Roads University. Sending beautiful healing energy out to all his family and friends in this time of sorrow. Deepest sympathy,