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Tim Pyle


Tim Pyle was born on Jan 7, 1956 in Dunnville, Ontario. He passed away on Aug 16, 2023 at the age of 67.

Tim grew up in Ontario and he always loved to share his memories freely, especially if he found out someone else was from Ontario. It was the place his love for hockey, the Toronto Maple Leafs and beer all started. Tim moved to Alberta at the age of 21 and it quickly became home.

He enjoyed sports, most of all hockey, especially cheering on his team the Toronto Maple Leafs. He loved the outdoors, fishing, good food, and sitting around the fire with a Budweiser in hand. Tim was always ready to chat, asking questions to get to know others and building friendships everywhere he went. He wanted everyone to have a good time and was always sharing stories and cracking jokes. Some of those most precious friends were Kleet, Lulu, Bea and Annie.

Tim loved his sons, rough times aside, he was eternally grateful to be re-united. Seeing his sons and their families (especially his grandsons) was his greatest joy.

Diney was the love of Tim’s life; along with their “fur-babies” Chimo, Beezer and Dusty. Tim was forever grateful to the Sheets Family for taking him in like one of their own, he loved you very much.

Tim was predeceased by his parents Bill & Norene Pyle, wife Diane, and brother Dan Pyle.

He is survived by his Sons Casey (Marie) and Matt (Nicole); Grandson Jax, Honorary Grandson Jack; Siblings Bill (Celine), Debbie (Ted); Nieces and Nephews Billy, Rhonda, Chris & Kevin, and many more family and friends.

At Tim’s request no funeral service will be held, a celebration of life with family and friends will take place.

In Lieu of flowers, Memorial donations are gratefully accepted to the Alberta Lung Association or the Camrose and Area Hospice Society.

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