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Timothy Andrew Wheaton


Timothy Andrew Wheaton

It is with great sadness that the family of Timothy Wheaton announces his passing on Sept 6, 2018 at the Oromocto Public Hospital. Tim was an amazing young man who had three passions in life. Collecting Transformers, going to the mall with his buddy Scott to purchase them and watching hockey. He was a true Toronto Maple Leafs Fan. Tim And Scott hung out every weekend watching movies or hockey, going to the mall, traveling together and going to work together. They had a very special bond. They where like brothers. Tim attended the Oromocto Training and Employment Centre where he secured a job placement with NBACL (New Brunswick Association for Community Living). There he developed many friendships. Especially his friend Rebecca who had the same passion for transformers. You could ask Tim anything from transformers, to TV movies and hockey and he could tell the year it was made who played what team and any actor in any movie. He truly was an amazing young man who fought many battles with his health. He always called himself "Wolverine and Optimus Prime" because he never gave up. He definitely was a fighter and a true hero.

He will be sadly missed by his chosen family of 19 years, Brenda, Mark, Chloe & Bradly Noble. Brenda was Tim’s rock who stood by Tim endlessly. His mother Doreen Williams and stepfather Allen Williams. His cousins Jason Wheaton & Shelly Wheaton. His best friend Scott Lynch and all his friends at OTEC and NBACL.

He was predeceased by his grandparents John and Mae Wheaton his uncle Murray Wheaton.

We would like to thank family, friends and medical personnel who where part of Tim’s life. A special thank you to Kim Rogers and her medical team at the dialysis department in St. John. Wendy Ring and her team at Extra Mural Oromocto. Also, we would like to thank Dr. Leclerc who was there during Tim’s last few days with us.

In memory of Tim, donations can be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association.

There will be no formal visitation or funeral service. There will be a private grave site ceremony. Online condolences may be expressed through

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