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Taylor Villeneuve

Taylor Villeneuve

Wednesday, July 23rd, 1980 - Thursday, January 21st, 2021
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Obituary

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On Thursday January 21, 2021 at Hamilton General Hospital: Taylor Brook Villeneuve died unexpectedly after a brief illness at the age of 40.

Taylor was born July 23, 1980 to Suzanne Ellen Burley (Jensen) and Daniel Villeneuve in Cornwall. He grew up in Prescott and Maitland attending St. Marks, St. Josephs and South Grenville schools. Following a brief move to Newfoundland he returned to Cornwall and graduated from General Vanier Secondary School.

A childhood accident robbed him of partial vision in one eye but that did not deter his ambitions. He was a natural athlete playing hockey, soccer and football; even playing for the Ottawa Sooners.

Taylor had an exceptional work ethic and several jobs in his short life. He was known for showing up early, working late and always ready for overtime. He was most passionate about his job as a long distance truck driver out of London that allowed him to see much of the USA and large parts of Canada. He was known for his love of Tim Hortons coffee and could be seen wearing shorts and sunglasses year round.

Most recently he was living and working in Hamilton. He dreamed of rebuilding a relationship with family and more importantly his children so that he could become a positive influence in their lives. His cohorts describe him as a polite, respectful and hard working, private man who cherished weekly phone calls with his mom.

Taylor was preceded in death by siblings Alysse, Bryson, grandmother Helen Burley and stepdad Rob Jensen.

He will be greatly missed as a beloved son, grandson to Ted Burley and Yvette Villeneuve, brother to Chris, Alex, Jordan and Kayleigh, father to MacKenzie MacDonald (Katie) and Alysse Dore (Carole), cousin, nephew and friend.

A celebration of life will be held on July 23, 2021 as pandemic conditions allow.

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Carole Dore

Posted at 10:48pm
We will forever love you Dad, Taylor Villeneuve.

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Alysse

Posted at 10:42pm
Dad
We’ll always remember
that special smile,
that caring heart,
that warm embrace,
you always gave us.
You being there
for Mom and us,
through good and bad times,
no matter what.
We’ll always remember
you Dad because
they’ll never be another one
to replace you in our hearts,
and the love we will always
have for you.
Just wish we would have more time.
I love you with all my heart Dad❤❤
Alysse
C

Catherine Condron

Posted at 11:28am
Suzanne,
In our prayers and thoughts during this time of great sadness.
Catherine and Frank Condron
SJ

Shannon Jones

Posted at 10:13am
Dear Suzanne. Words could never begin to explain how incredibly sorry I am for the loss of Taylor. A tragedy beyond comprehension. I remember those sweet boys coming over for a swim years ago in Maitland. They were so handsome and energetic and they loved their mom. As you try and process this excruciating loss know that there are so many people thinking about you and praying for you and your family. You are such a lovely, caring and generous person. Hoping you can feel the love and support that surrounds you during this difficult time.

Shannon Jones
JG

J. Greene

Posted at 06:47am
To Dan, and all the families:
Heartfelt sympathies on Taylor's passing.
Please accept deepest condolences.
May he rest in peace,
Joe and Donna.
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