Timothy William Jack Laviolette

January 19, 1963 - March 31, 2024
April 19, 2024 18 Condolences Print Obituary Send Flowers

Timothy William Jack Laviolette, born January 19, 1963, in Ottawa, Ontario, passed away in Edmonton, Alberta on March 31, 2024.

Tim was survived by his son Troy Laviolette, sister Tammy Laviolette, brother Christopher MacDonald, and his two nieces Courtney Good and Chloe Macias.

Although the physical distance was great, he has always been in our hearts and prayers, especially his son Troy, who cared for his father deeply.

Tim will be laid to rest at the Notre Dame Cemetery in Ottawa where he will be buried with his parents Roy Laviolette and Constance Laviolette (nee Tudan) and his uncle John Laviolette.

Fly high Tim, may you now be at peace. xoxo

  1. Rest in peace, Uncle Tim. Thanks for helping me learn to ride a bike.



  2. Dear Tim,
    I will cherish my memories of us when life was simple, we were Timmy and Tammy, you were my best buddy and we did everything together. Swimming and fishing and climbing trees at the lake when we were kids; hanging out with the same friends blasting our classic rock albums and getting into a bit of mischief as teenagers. I remember how proud you were when you became a father to Troy (he reminds me so much of you when you were a young man). Those are the memories that I will hold close to my heart. I will think of you every time I play Led Zepplin and will make sure to turn it up loud so you can listen with me!
    Rest in Peace brother Tim.
    Tammy xoxo

    • Nicely said sister

  3. My condolence to my friends, Tammy and Christopher and family. I’m sure he will be missed.
    May he rest in peace? I wish the family the best in These grieving time.
    sincerely Pierre

    • Thank you for your condolences Pete! ❤

  4. I hope you are resting in peace uncle Tim.

  5. To my brother Tim
    You will be missed but never forget. All our good memories our still with us.
    I have many stories of how did things to take time with me and my friends.
    Like throwing a football a couple of city blocks like a NFL quarterback
    Taking me back out after my Halloween candy got stolen.
    Scaring me when I got home from school. I don’t spook as easily anymore. Thank you for that.
    Sister said it right good old music and cottage days all good memories.
    You travel safe my brother YmmiT
    I will catch you on the flip side your brother Chris.

    • Great memories Chris ❤

  6. My brother

  7. My condolences go out to Tammy and Chris, sorry for your loss.
    My thoughts and prayers for your family in this time grieving. May your love and memories live long in your hearts. He will be dearly missed. Jim

    • Thanks Big Jim! ❤

  8. My sincere condolence To Tammy, Christopher and family. May he rest in peace and have his memories live on through the heart felt stories shared among the loved ones. Sending warm hugs to all of you on the difficult time.

    • Thank you for your kind words Amanda! ❤

    • Thank your dad for his condolences from my family as well. ❤

  9. My heart goes out to Chris, Tammy and family during this difficult time.
    I’m sorry for your loss.

    • Thank you for your condolences Phil ❤

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