August 26, 1958 – November 18, 2013
It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Thomas Andrew Charman, in his 56th year, at St. Joseph’s Hospital on November 18, 2013. Beloved son of the late John D. (Jack) and Carolyn Ann Charman. Also predeceased by his sister Carol and nephew Anthony. Loved brother of David (Susan) and best friend to his sister Sue Church. A treasured uncle to Gary Church (Lisa), Chris (Selena), Jennifer, Shanne (Ty) and Beau Barrett. Special great-uncle to his numerous great-nieces and nephews. Tom will be greatly missed by all of his family as well as his extended family at the Good Shepherd McGinty House where he resided. Tom was well known for his great love of fishing and his kind and thoughtful demeanour towards everyone he knew. The family wishes to thank the caring and compassionate staff of Good Shepherd McGinty House, as well as the staff of St. Joseph’s Hospital Unit A-2 and the St Joseph’s Emergency department. Visitation will be held at Cattel, Eaton and Chambers Funeral Home, 53 Main Street, Dundas (905-628-6412), on Friday, November 22, 2013 from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m, where the funeral service will take place on Saturday, November 23, 2013 at 10 a.m. Interment following the funeral at Grove Cemetery, York Road, Dundas. Friends and family are welcome to attend a reception following the Funeral at Knox Presbyterian Church, 23 Melville Street, Dundas. In kindness, donations to the Good Shepherd HOMES program would be appreciated by the family.
Tom was a very special person to me. He was always so warm & friendly & I will remember him fondly. He will be missed. My heart goes out to his family.
So sorry to hear of Toms passing. It has been a long time since we grew up together on Dunning Court. Our condolences to the family.
The Prentice Family
i am so sorry to hear of toms passing my heart go out to the family and my prayers as well. tom was a good friend to me and was always helpful to other people. i will miss you my friend. rest in peace tom for we shall meet again
For a time Tom was a active member of our community and Sunday morning Breakfast on Bond gatherings at St. Cuthbert’s Presbyterian Church. We missed him when he moved away. For family and friends feeling his loss, may you know the hand of God upholding you in this time of sorrow. In thanksgiving for Tom’s life and influence…Miki on behalf of St. C’s
Tom will be missed very much. He had a kind heart. Tom enjoyed fishing up north very much. He loved his family a lot. Rest in peace.
Ohhh Sue, I’m so sad to see this. I didn’t know until we touched base on Facebook. Tom, you taught Carol and I kindness…I know that’s where her tender heart came from…Ok, your parents too. 😉 Wow, were you loved by a lot of people! Shine on man, shine on and keep touching hearts. <3 Shirly