Elliot Lake Funeral Chapel
& Cremation Centre
Timeriski, Donald Lawrence
It is with heavy hearts that the family announces the passing of Donald Lawrence Timeriski on June 11, 2021, with his son David by his side, at Health Sciences North in Sudbury, ON at the age of 76.
He will be missed by his spouse Carole Doucet, his son David, daughter-in-law Natalie & Guido to his grandchildren, Daxton & Izabel. He was predeceased by his parents, Alex & Stella Timeriski (née Jaworski). He was also predeceased by his sister Joyce Mullens & by his brother Barry Timeriski. Don was proud of his Ukrainian Heritage.
Donald grew up in Lively, ON & attended Lively High & Sudbury High Sheridan Technical School. He had a passion for music & was a part of the Sudbury Blue Saints Drum Corps. He was a longtime drummer for Sue & the Rubies of Sudbury & the Rocking Rebels of Elliot Lake, attending numerous functions, events & Bar/Taverns scenes. He was the President of the Sudbury Federation of Musicians & member of the Northshore Cruisers, with his red 63’ Galaxie 500.
Don retired from the City of Elliot Lake after 28 years from the Engineering Dept. In his younger years, Don enjoyed spending time at Holiday Beach in Whitefish, ON, camping & fishing. He enjoyed his hockey games & banters during the Elliot Lake Winter Carnivals. His contagious smile & humor will carry on with his friends & family memories.
As per Don’s wishes, cremation has taken place & no memorial service will be held. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Elliot Lake North Shore Cruisers.
So sorry for your loss Dave and Nat. Your dad always had a smile when I would see him at work. We also played a bit of Boom Town Bomber hockey. He always enjoyed it. He will be missed.
Sorry to hear this. Remembering the good times at the roadhouse and the cruising memories we all all shared...rest well Don
David, I am saddened to hear of the passing of your father. My thoughts and prayers are with you and Natalie and family during this difficult time. Lori Hachey
Sincères condoléances à la famille Timeriski !
So sorry to hear of your dad’s passing Dave.
I am sure that you must have many happy memories to draw from during this difficult time.
Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Dave and Natalie I am sorry to hear that your father has passed on. I remember the first time I met your father. He was just hired on to the city and he was visiting every department to acquaint himself with the job. You were with him and you were a little boy. I showed you the fire truck and the station. Many times since then I have met your father and I really liked him. He seemed like a happy person, was a pleasure to talk to and he seemed like a real gentleman. I am sad to hear that I will never meet him again. RIP Don.
Frank de Vries
So sorry for your loss Dave. My fondest memory of your dad was when he played wipeout on the drums at Holiday Beach campground. Take care of yourself and your family.
Our condolences to the Timeriski family! Don will be miss by so many friends! RIP
So sorry for your loss of Don. I will always remember him telling his corny jokes and then laughing so hard. I always laughed too but I think it was more at his laugh than the actual joke. You will also remember the things that made you laugh and cherish that laughter.
David and Natalie, we were saddened to hear the news of Don’s death. Mike remembers him so well during their years together in the engineering department at Elliot Lake. He was always cheerful....smiles enough to give away. Elliot Lake was fortunate to have had him for all those years.
Nos plus sincères condoléances David et famille. Ton père prenait toujours le temps de me saluer. Charles, April et les gars.
Our most sincere condolences. May your memories comfort your pain.
David and Natalie I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Your Dad was one of my favorite people. He always had a smile. Always willing to help.
David, Natalie and family. I am so sorry to hear of Don’s passing. I first met him when I worked for the civil engineer in town Pam Townsend. Your dad and I would talk and laugh a lot as Pam did many jobs for the city. After that every time he and I met he always had a smile and we would talk. He always remembered me. May your memories help you through this difficult time.
My deepest condolences to the family
So sorry for your loss. Thinking of your family during this difficult time. Don was still working for the City when I started as a summer student. He was always so kind & funny.
David and Family,
We are saddened to hear of your fathers recent passing. Don was a great man and we go back a few years … during the Elliot Lake days.
May he rest in peace.
Condolences to all.
Carole, Dave, Natalie & family, so sorry to hear of Don’s passing. Thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time. May you find peace in the happy memories.
My utmost condolences , Don was a very sincere an honest man. He had the most infectious smile that would brighten up a room, always a joke an never a bad word to say. He certainly will be missed.
My sympathies to Dave and Natalie. So sorry for your loss.
Mes sincères condoléances à Carole, David et à la famille.
On behalf of the Blue Saints organization condolences to Dons family and friends
Eternal Parade Rest Don
I learned of Dons passing today.On behalf of my family we wish to express our sincerest condolences to all Dons family members.
I knew Don from our high school days and later he became my best man at my wedding 51 years ago.Our prayers will be with him always.
Rest in peace my friend.
Ken , Margaret and family
Our most sincere and heart felt condolences to the family, friends and loved ones of Don. When I met Don at LHS you just new he was a friend for life. Always a smile and wonderful attitude and a true gentleman that will be missed but never forgotten.
Dearest condolences to family. I am going to miss his laughs and quirky jokes. What a character! We had some good times with our Classic Cars. Thanks for the wonderful cruising memories, Don.
Carole, sorry to hear the news. We always enjoyed our conversations with you and Don when we were neighbors at Lake Apsey. I always remember Don referring to the area as God s Country. I chuckled every time he said that.
Our thoughts and prayers for you and the family.
Carole tres desole de savoir cela. He was a happy going fella and very easy to talk with. We are thinking about you. I let Karen know also.
Take care and hang in there.