Piercy's-Mt. Washington Funeral Home

440 England Ave, Courtenay, BC


Justin Hedican

June 18, 1981November 3, 2019

HEDICAN, Justin William It is with great sadness that the family of Justin announces his passing on Sunday, November 03, 2019, at the age of 38, after a long battle with mental health and the disease of addiction. Justin was very athletic and growing up loved to snowboard and dirt bike among other things. He loved time at Comox Lake, whether it was boating with friends, or time with the family. Justin was unassumingly very artistic, and he was incredibly smart. Justin will be remembered by his friends and family for his story telling, his ability to make you laugh, and his cleverness. Justin touched the lives of many people and he will be deeply missed. There will be a gathering for family and friends in memory of Justin in the spring of 2020.


  • Gathering For Family And Friends In the spring of 2020


Justin Hedican

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lindsey bundschuh

November 12, 2019

I was Justins girlfriend through my high school years. Some of the best memories I have as a teenage girl was with this boy. We were young, naive and in love. Through all the layers he was kind, caring & had endless potential. He was clever, charismatic a comedian and above all charming. He made a big impression on everything he did and on everyone he met. I will remember you for only the good times, the grey hair you put on my parents heads and the determination you had in everything you did. Im thinking of you, your family and everyones life that you touched. Love Lindsey

Martin Lepine

November 11, 2019

Pretty sure i painted your house on embellton 10 times buddy. Had some good food waiting for paint to dry. The thing ill remember about you is that you always had me laughing not to mention the list of nicknames you have me over the years. So many memories with you in them. Rest easy heddi.

Diane Lewis

November 10, 2019

Mark, Mary and your entire family,
My heart goes out to you, with Justin's tragic death.
Thinking of all of you during this very difficult time.

Diane Lewis

Kelly & Starr Hanson

November 10, 2019

To Mark, Linda & family
Our thoughts are with you at this sad time .

Lorraine Edward

November 9, 2019

I cried today when my daughter told me about her friend, Justin. I cried for her, I cried for Justin, I cried for his parents and family and I cry for all who knew him. I wish so very badly, that this ‘crisis’ that is taking our loved ones would stop. Having worked in the school system (Lake Trail and GP Vanier) for 25 years, I’ve seen far, far too many of our students taken from us early in their young lives. I grieve. And I pray that we find a way to fight this battle for good.

Erin Humphrey

November 9, 2019

For many years I worked as a bartender in the Comox Valley. It was always a pleasure to see Justin’s smiling face... and if he wasn’t smiling he wasn’t afraid to tell you why! He definitely wore his heart on his sleeve, so to speak. When Justin walked in the room he commanded attention and ALWAYS got it. He was a good friend to so many. I will remember him always for his charismatic demeanour and contagious laugh. He was always bringing down the House with his larger than life tales.
Rest In Peace Hedi

Lois Brady-Browne

November 9, 2019

You beautiful soul Justin
you’ll be sadly missed along life’s way
But will be quietly remembered everyday
No longer in our life to share, But in Our hearts Your always there.
Your with the angels now, watch over your friends with your shining light.
I will hold my memories of you through the years.

Moose G

November 9, 2019

I was fortunate enough to be able to spend a lot of time with Hedi in our late teens and early 20’s. His jokes and story telling capabilities were something you could look forward to when you went to see him. Justin was the guy everyone want to be around. We have some great memories on Embelton cres. That I will remember forever my friend.


Ronnie Daines

November 9, 2019

We went to Lake Trail and GP Vanier where we graduated 1999. I wasn’t super close with Justin but the summer of grade 7, my dad couldn’t afford to buy us kids bikes... Justin gave me his. He had 2 or 3 bikes. Loved the trails. That’s a memory that sticks with you for life. Justin was a cool cat and played hard. Loved the outdoors. To his family and friends.. sorry for your loss. You lost a good one. -ronnie daines

John Mclaughlin

November 8, 2019

I lived next door to Justin growing up in Coal Harbour. I remember his energy and sense of humour was contagious. Building forts, dirt biking on his little Honda 50, skateboarding, and hanging out with Justin, were some of the best adventures I had as a kid.