Tim Bamford Death – Obituary News:Tim Bamford has died .
We are sad to report that Tim Bamford has passed away, according to the following statements posted on social media on September 15. 2021.
Regina Ultimate Flying Disc Club wrote.
By now many in our ultimate family have heard the terrible news that we’ve tragically and suddenly lost someone so dear to us, Tim Bamford. We know that many in our community are feeling this loss deeply. For those who are needing a space to process and be together, some members of our ultimate community will be present at Douglas Park NW between 6 and 8 PM Wednesday September 15. This is not an organized event – this is simply a time and place to be with others in a outdoor, safely distanced way during an incredibly difficult time. For those who decide to gather, please bring your own items such as a chair or blanket for sitting, and a mask. There will be limited hand sanitizer on site. There are no answers or words. Tim’s family has requested privacy during this time and we ask that we all respect their wishes. Rest easy, brother.
Condolences – Comments and Reactions.
Hayley Flegel wrote
I’m so sorry. My thoughts are with his family and the ultimate community.Tara Waters wrote
Wish Jeff and I could go tonight to be with all of you, unfortunately we can’t make it. Tim was such an awesome guy. He always had room on his ulti teams for us if we needed a team to play with. No one threw a better hammer then Tim and his give and goes we’re pretty much unstoppable! He was always the life of the party and was so much fun to rip it up on the dance floor with. Tim had a unique fashion sense and there were many times where we may have seen more of Tim than we wanted to(Calgary tournaments especially)! We will miss his awesome smiles and hugs that he always had for us when we hadn’t seen him in awhile. All our memories of Tim are good ones and we are so glad we got to know him. Rest In Peace Tim.
Petra Kujawa wrote
He was always memorable to play with and against! I will always remember the years we played together and the enthusiasm he always brought.
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