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CHRISTOPHER TYLER JAMIESON
Born: Jun 11, 1980
Date of Passing: Apr 24, 2020Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
CHRISTOPHER TYLER JAMIESON
Tyler will be deeply missed by his loving parents, Larry and Christina Jamieson, his brother Garrett Jamieson of Toronto, ON, his sister Kjarna Jamieson (Terry Law) and niece Sadie Law of Virden, MB, and his two special dogs, Baila and Smeagles.
He also leaves to mourn, his godparents, Ken and Pat Joelson; aunts and uncles, Eric Sveinson of Winnipeg, Araina (Perry) Dowd of Winnipeg, Moray (Arlie) Jamieson of Glenboro, Marlo (Dan) Fehr of Glenboro, as well as numerous cousins.
He was predeceased by his grandparents, Goody and Pat Sveinson, Bill and Elvina Jamieson, and his uncle Garth Sveinson.
Tyler was born June 11, 1980 at the St. Boniface Hospital. He was born with many health issues resulting in numerous struggles throughout his life. Even so, Tyler lived a very active life, going on outings with his school/day programs and tagging along for his siblings extracurricular sports/activities. He also loved the water and very much enjoyed his time swimming and boating at the lake along with his scheduled T.L.C. trips to the swimming pool. Tyler very much loved playing with his toys and noise makers; and the louder, the better!! He enjoyed his bath days, waiting until the water was cool before he was ready to get out. He was a master of relaxing, listening to music, and if there was a comfortable spot to stretch out, he would find it.
At the young age of three, Tyler attended the Rehabilitation Centre for Children for over nine years. He then attended St. Amant School until he graduated in 2001. After graduation Tyler attended the "Trailblazers Life Choices (TLC)" day programme until his passing.
A special thank you to the staff at TLC who have cared for Tyler with such love and consideration, particularly Stephanie, Dave and CJ. You all made it so easy to send Tyler to his day program knowing that he would be so well looked after. Thanks to Stefan and Lisa at St. Amant. We would also like to thank the nurses at the Health Sciences - Adult Emergency for their kindness, compassion and support. They went above and beyond to care for Tyler in his final hours. We are so ever grateful.
Rosa also deserves a big thank you for the time and care she has given Tyler and for the support that she has provided for the family over the years.
"Our eyes are full of tears and our hearts
are broken. Tyler, you are and forever will
be sorely missed"
Friends that so desire, memorial donations can be made in Tyler's memory to Trailblazers Life Choices: TLC Programme, 1325 Markham Road, Winnipeg, MB R2J 1C6.
Online condolences can be sent to the Jamieson family by visiting www.willmorchapel.com
Jamieson's Funeral Services of Glenboro-Holland in care of arrangements.
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on May 02, 2020
Condolences & Memories (1 entries)
I send my condolences to the family. I have very fond memories of Tyler from when I worked at TLC. We had many swimming adventures together, spent a lot of time going out for walks and relaxing in his beanbag chair. He truly was the master of relaxation. - Posted by: Melanie (Former TLC staff) on: May 08, 2020
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