March 21, 1977 – April 3, 2014
Our beautiful and so loved son Tyler passed away peacefully at Juravinski Hospital in Hamilton with his parents and special friends Ryan and Jane by his side. Tyler was born in Montreal and at the age of 6 moved with his parents to Burlington. He attended Aldershot High School and received his graphic design diploma from George Brown. At 3 months Ty was diagnosed with hemophilia. Treatments of blood products lead to him becoming A VICTIM OF THE TAINTED BLOOD SCANDAL OF THE 1980’S. A more determined, brave and stronger son we couldn’t have wished for. He lived as normal a life as possible and with all his daily difficulties and challenges he never questioned or complained. He leaves behind his parents Steve and Saxon who adored him. He will be deeply missed by his Eastern Lambert family; uncle Brad (Cathy), Aunt Marg, cousins Natalie (Adam), Matt (Jenna), and Chris, and their children; Everett, Dallas and Billy Rose. Forever remembered by his Western Chadwick family; Aunt Pam, Aunt Gail (Don), Uncle Pete (Diane), Aunt Kerry (Fred), cousins Launie, Jessica (Byron), Kristie (Scott), Matt (Candace), Julie (Chris), Jamie (Curtis), Tanya, Shyla (Jamie), and Brittany (Jeff), and their children; Doryin, Henrick, Maddie, Isibeal, Rowyn, Amelia, Meredith, Riley, and Abigail. Predeceased by his maternal grandparents Dr. Rod and Pat Chadwick, paternal grandparents Murray and Geta Lambert and very special uncle, Gil Lambert. Steve and I would like to thank Dr. Preistner and staff, Dr. Karachi, Maggie and staff from the ICU, Cindy and Susan from St. Elizabeth’s. You were by our side and supported us during this difficult time. Wonderful friends of Ty’s and ours, your unconditional love and support will never be forgotten. Family and friends are invited to gather at Bay Gardens Funeral Home, 1010 Botanical Drive, BURLINGTON (905.527.0405) for memorial visitation on Sunday, April 27, 2014 from 2:00 p.m. until the memorial service in the chapel at 3:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, if you wish a donation may be made to the Hemophilia Society, in hopes of finding a cure.
Death leaves a heartache no one can heal
Love leaves a memory no one can steal