Timothy "Tim" Sean Shaw

16 April, 196715 November, 2021

Timothy Sean Shaw, age 54, passed away suddenly at his home on November 15, 2021. Tim was born April 16, 1967. Predeceased by his brother Brian Shaw and his mother Louise Washko. Survived by his children Sarah (Dylan) Anderson, Thomas James "TJ", Austin, Abigail, Anna-Rose, Zachary, and Isabel Shaw, his brother William Shaw, and his dad Roger (Sylvie Groulx) Lariviere. Tim will be missed dearly by his brother-from-another-mother Dave Canzoneri, and many other friends and family.

Friends will be received at the HULSE & ENGLISH FUNERAL HOME & CHAPEL; 75 Church St., St. Catharines (905-684-6346) on Saturday, November 27th from 2-4 PM. Due to restrictions associated with COVID-19, attendance is by APPOINTMENT ONLY. Guests are asked to call (905) 684-6346 to reserve a 15-minute time slot for visitation. Come as you are - formal dress is not required.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Tim's memory to a children's charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family.


  • Visitation

    Saturday, 27 November , 2021


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Matthew Duncan

29 November 2021

Tim was a nice guy and very fun to work with, this is very sad news.

Dave Pearson

23 November 2021

Brother, thank you for teaching me new skills in carpentry so I may work smart, not hard, and to continue to provide for my family. You were a great work partner, confidant and friend. I will miss our chats and work banter. Wish I had more time to learn from you brother. I was one of the only ones to yell back at you, and when I did, you smiled. Godbless you and your kids..
Yours truly..... ♥️

Ruth Hegan

21 November 2021

I remember us all over at there house having a BBQ and Tim started Dancing around and having fun. I also remember the day of our fire and my daughter and I were feeling lost and completely alone and helpless and out of the blue He was there and he made sure that Trevor and Leo were with us. Tim had a big heart but sometimes he hid it very well at times. But he was definitely like my big brother and he will be missed more than he will ever know... Rest in peace big brother we will definitely have to have a another BBQ when we are all together when we are all on the other side.

Marnie Beaver

21 November 2021

Tim was a good man. He took great pride in his work. Work was his life and talked about it non-stop, including all the practical jokes played. But the man I knew had a much softer side. He knew how to make me smile and did so on a daily basis. We were the best of friends. He was always ready to lend an ear or give a hug, or tell a joke to brighten your day. Tim was a kind soul. Forever willing to help out. And even if he had nothing, he would share half of his nothing with you. He never spoke an unkind word of anyone. I have soooo many joyful memories with the Tim I knew and loved. I can still hear his silly laugh.
We always think we have time, but it's actually the one thing we don't have. So tell your people that you love them.
“Grief, I’ve learned, is really just love. It’s all the love you want to give but cannot. All of that unspent love gathers up in the corners of your eyes, the lump in your throat, and in that hollow part of your chest. Grief is just love with no place to go.” -Jamie Anderson
I am broken now, but thankful for having you in my world.💕

Brad Hope

20 November 2021

We will all miss you. You were a great partner when it came to our children getting to see each other. You helped to make many special memories for all of our kids. You came to my house and helped finish my basement and now every time we go down there you will be remembered. Finn will especially remember you because of "You filthy animal!" I know we were making plans to get together this Christmas and we will still honour that and do something with your kids. Gone too soon. Lots of love from your real favourite brother in law, Emily, Aidan, Kian, Ryann, Finnian and Teagan.

Gary Larochelle

20 November 2021

Tim, I am heartbroken that you are no longer with us. I knew you even though we didn't hang out often, but I considered you a friend. You were always a handyman, and you did quite a lot of work at my house. I considered you to be quite a chatty guy and enjoyed a good conversation. I will miss you 💖

Tammy Doucette

20 November 2021

Tim I'm gonna miss all the phone calls all the chats and you being here for me, we shared so many laughs, making meals together sending or meals what we made , watching movies and just hanging out when you came home from work venting about our day at work you were a true friend and was there for me so many times thank you for all of that thank you for being my friendim gonna miss you 😢

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