Bertram Lawrence Ainsley  2022 avis de deces  NecroCanada

Bertram Lawrence Ainsley 2022

Son of Patricia Ainsley (Bogue) and late Bertram W. Ainsley. Unexpectedly, Bertram Lawrence Ainsley, on Tuesday, October 11, 2022, passed away in his 58th year. Brother of Lee-Ann O’Leary (late Nick Kotsos), Theresa Ainsley (Bill Kersey), Diane Edgar (Bill Badalato), and late Robert Ainsley (Dianne). Uncle of Meagan, Erin, Wade, Katie, Kelli, Cooper, Rachel, Kyle, Colin, and Ryan and great uncle of James, Dawson, Jack, Regan and Kellen. Bert was a guy with a larger than life personality and an even bigger heart. His great sense of humour allowed him to perform as a comedian and to be the life of any party. Very often he would be accompanied by his ukulele and passionately shared his gift of music. He was a stage actor and storyteller who loved to laugh and to laugh loudly. It brought joy to Bert to use his natural skills to renovate the homes of family and friends. He worked in the hospitality industry for a number of decades and volunteered in his local community. Bert believed in the value and dignity of all people and will be dearly missed by his family, his community and his many, many friends.
Private family service will be held at the Egan Funeral Home, 203 Queen Street S. (Hwy. 50), Bolton (905-857-2213).
In lieu of flowers, donations can be directed to PARKDALE FOOD CENTRE, (
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Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Bertram Lawrence Ainsley 2022..

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  1. I met Bertram in 1990 and fell madly in love. We spent years together, years apart, and years popping in and out of each others lives. My time with him was somewhat of a circus, really. We laughed (a lot), cried and loved each other almost every minute. He taught me the power of compassion. The strength of love. The way to find humour in the dark. He lived to the beat of his own drum and that I find admirable.
    My deepest condolences go out to you all. I feel your pain. God bless and I thank the universe for giving me the gift of knowing such an extraordinary human being.
    He is making the angels laugh.

    * I have many beautiful photos of Bertram, if you’re interested.

    With all my love,
    Kathryn Kuzyk

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