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Date of Passing: Feb 05, 2021

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On February 5, 2021, after a brief battle with cancer, Tim Ivey passed on his own terms, at home while holding the hands of his children and wife.
Tim is mourned by his wife and life-long partner of 38 years, Jan Ivey; his children, Brennan, Kelsie, Sarah and Jessica; his adoring dog Loki; brothers, Bill (Katina) and John (Brenda); sisters-in-law, Judy Wilcott and Debbie Coulis (Ryan); his brother-in-law Dan Groshak (Janice); his parents-in-law, Jeanne and Stan Groshak; along with nieces, nephews and innumerable friends.
He was predeceased by his parents, Dorothy and Donald Ivey; sister Anne; brother-in-law John Kubisewsky; sister-in-law Heather Ivey; and brother-in-law Archie Wilcott.
Thank you to the Palliative Care team at Riverview Health Centre for their compassion and caring. And thank you to his many friends who lined the street outside the house, in the freezing cold, as Tim peacefully left us.
Tim - words can't express how much we love and miss you. While your gig on earth was shorter than we hoped, we'll never forget you. We didn't win anything on your final lottery ticket, but we promise we'll keep playing your numbers. Thank you for your love, wit and patience. You were the best dad ever.
To leave a condolence and view this obituary, please visit Tim's memorial page at
A Celebration of Life will take place when we are able to hold gatherings again.
In lieu of flowers, Tim asked that donations be made in his name to Marymound Inc., 442 Scotia Street, Winnipeg, MB R2V 1X4.

Arrangements entrusted to:
Interlake Cremation & Memorial Services

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Feb 13, 2021

Condolences & Memories (3 entries)

  • I worked with Tim in child care at Marymound, and at Seven Oaks Centre for Youth. I always enjoyed working with Tim, as he was patient with the kids we worked with, and could be counted on for support when issues arose with kids. We had fun together as he always had a joke to share. I'd lost track of Tim when my career changed. My condolences to his family and friends. - Posted by: Tim Marceniuk (Co-worker ) on: Feb 16, 2021

  • I worked with Tim at Marymount and seven Oakes. He taught me many great skills. I will remember all the laughs and crazy nights. No one I loved working with more. Thinking of your family and sending my condolences. He was loved and will be missed. - Posted by: Alison Jurkowski (Work colleague ) on: Feb 15, 2021

  • I was a school teacher at Marymound and would always welcome seeing Tim as he would escort his kids down the hall to school. Tim was an individual that would always put a smile on your face and leave you feeling better just with his wit and humour. Situations would arise during the day in which students would have to go back to the units because of their behaviour at school. It was always comforting to know that Tim would be on staff that day because the student would find safety and resolutions to her issues. Tim would appear later with a willing participant ready to move forward and resolve the issue. My sympathies go out to his family and friends. Rest in peace Tim. Your colleague at Marymound, Francis. - Posted by: Francis Usunier (Colleague at Marymount) on: Feb 13, 2021

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