Evan Niaura

December 30, 1999November 22, 2019

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Evan Niaura on the November 22, 2019, at the age of 19. Evan was the son of Tim Niaura and Mary Lynne Turriff, brother of Ryan and Summerlyn Niaura, boyfriend of Lydia Stewart, grandson of Brian Turriff senior and Bonnie Thoms. He will also be deeply missed by his cousin Nathan Turriff as well as many close relatives and dear friends. A funeral service will be held on Saturday, November 30, 2019, at 3 pm at the funeral home Collins Clarke MacGillivray White, 222 Autoroute 20, Pointe-Claire, Qc, H9S 3X6.


  • Funeral Service Saturday, November 30, 2019


Evan Niaura

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Krystyna Pyc

December 2, 2019

Dear Mary Lynne,
Although words can’t express the loss of your son, I want you to know that my prayers and thoughts are with you and your family at this really difficult time.
Krystyna Pyc

Colleen Hamilton

November 29, 2019

Dear Mary Lynne, Tim, Ryan and Summerlyn,

It is with the heaviest of hearts that I write to you. I have a great memory of Evan and Liam running around our backyard the day after Liam's birthday. All 3 of you came to our home on a Sunday morning to celebrate and let the boys go a little crazy playing in our baby pool. Sandy also recalled the time we all went together to a Canadians game in the Loge. Something I had forgotten about but was so happy when Sandy reminded me. We are so terribly sorry for this tremendous loss and want you to know that we are thinking of you and remembering our good times in St. Lazare with you and our boys. All our love to you and your family.

Andrea Rusinas

November 28, 2019

Dear Tim and family,
Our deepest condolences on the loss of your son Evan. May he Rest In Peace and May your memories of your life together help ease your pain.

With love,
Andrea Rusinas
And Jim Pitt

Karen Quilliam

November 28, 2019

Dear Big Evan,
There wasn’t a weekend that went by that you weren’t sleeping over at our house or Ethan at yours! You were part of our family. I remember waking up in the morning and you guys were just falling asleep after playing Mindcraft all night. Thank you for begging me to make cookies every time I saw you. Those cookies will forever be, ‘big Evan’s cookies’. You and my boys have a history together and that will never be forgotten. I’m so glad I got to know you and watch you grow up in my home since you were 3 years old. Thank you for being such a great friend to my boys all those years.
We love you and will never forget you.

Karen Quilliam

Ethan MacDowell

November 27, 2019

Looking back the first day we met was in preschool. We used to cry in the same corner of the play ground every day so naturally we became best friends. From there we where pretty inseparable and made so many awesome memories. All those times we tore up your living room to built forts for nerf wars and the countless hours we played minecraft. Then there where all the get rich quick ideas you where coming up with since we where five while I was still angry about having to switch away from Velcro’s. Thank you for the unforgettable memories and all those years we spent together.

Love you bro, Rest In Peace.

Joanne Shea

November 27, 2019

Evan was a kind and gentle soul. He always had a smile and a kind word to everyone he met and always made you feel comfortable.
May he Rest In Peace. Gone, but never forgotten.

Richard Gardner

November 27, 2019

Word fail to convey the total loss that is felt at this time. It was my privilege to be part of his life for too short a time. He always made a point to catch up with me and also my girls when I and they were over. A great lad and son to Mary Lynne and Tim. Brother to Summerlyn and Ryann and Grandson to Bonnie and my thoughts are with them all now.
This is so wrong in so many ways. Love and hugs to all of the family. Richard, Alicia and Sophia xxx
P.S. I still have the Moosehead Christmas glass he gave me. Cheers Chap. Safe journey xx

Gary MacDowell

November 26, 2019

Big Evan. That's how I will always remember you. We weren't too original with your nickname, were we?! But we had to come up with something to differentiate between you and my youngest son, also named Evan, when you hung with my eldest, Ethan, as children doing God knows what behind my back. I do recall having to yell Big Evan, Ethan STOP THAT quite often! I most certainly do recall that mischievous twinkle in your eye, and I loved you for it. You were both a good friend to Ethan, and a wonderful boy to my Evan to look up to. It's difficult to put in words, but I loved you as a third son during those years you and Ethan were inseparable and I will cherish those memories. Thank you for being a part of my family, and my life. Cheers, Big Evan.

Andrew Rakovalis

November 26, 2019

Our deepest condolences from my family to yours on your tragic loss. You will be in our prayers. God bless.

Nadia Paradis

November 26, 2019

Mary Lynn, I think of you wholeheartedly. All my condolences to you and your family.