I found this, it's the same text as the Toronto Sun obit, except for the last line about the memorial.I'd love to know who wrote it. It's like his life began in 2011 an outside of vague comments about sports and family, nothing personal was written. I wonder I a NS paper will also have an obit seeing seeing was from there and will be buried there.
He was quite religious yet no mention of anything religious.
Okay, courtesy Karla, the first actual taste of the "he was bullied to death" spin we've witnessed in this thread.
I didn't really how old he was. He always sounded like a petulant 20 something
I was also surprised at his age, I assumed he was in his late 20's at the most. I do remember feeling sorry for some of the staff, they were fresh out of school, and couldn't have been ready for the insanity of Ford's office.
It's not garbage collection, no one will care. If it doesn't smell, it doesn't sell
Saying he was "Known for always displaying extreme professionalism and courtesy" when he was known for the opposite, seems like an odd thing to add. And that "Knowing him meant you were always keenly aware of what team he supported in any arena" definitely seems to be trying to find a semi-nice way of saying he was---let's say (also trying to put it nicely)--"aggressively opinionated". Also, why say "He was not a man of many possessions"? Who needed to know that?It's you.