Liam Smith

We are heartbroken to announce the passing of our dear Liam Tristan Sean Smith at age 26. Liam was born in Toronto on 17 November, 1995 and passed away on 25 May, 2022. 

Proud son of Lyne Robichaud-Smith and Sean Smith, the hero of his loving sister Chloe Smith, dear grandson of Jeannine Larouche and Evelyn Smith, predeceased by grandfathers Edgar Robichaud and Brian Smith. The best nephew his Aunt Marina (Marnie) Easton and Uncle Michael Easton, Uncle Kevin Smith, and Uncle Sylvain Robichaud could ask for. Eldest cousin of Sarah Easton, Noah Easton and Tzar Robichaud. He was a true friend to all who met him.

Liam graduated high school in Georgetown, Ontario and went to university in Ottawa and Toronto where he received his Bachelor's Degree in History and Biology at Glendon College. Liam worked as a Sales Associate at IKEA (North York) and was everyone's favourite IKEA furniture builder. He was also enrolled at York University's Masters of Environmental Science.

The outpouring of love our family has received from all who studied, worked and partied with him has been overwhelming. 

Words can't do justice to how special a man he was. Nothing pleased him more than laughing with family and friends. He was the first person you called when you needed something done. The toughest kid you could ever meet with the gentlest of hearts. An explorer always up for adventure, yet always responsible and grounded. Our Liam had the fullest spectrum of good qualities you could ask for.  

These qualities were put to the test unlike anything imaginable when our brave Liam began this final journey which he endured with a grace that's indescribable. No matter the hospital, nurse or doctor; all treated our Liam with a compassion that will leave us forever grateful. 

The beautiful way he passed surrounded by family, music and love; with a peaceful smile on his face,  was his way of letting us all know that he has gone to the most  amazing homecoming. 

To every one of you; thank you from the bottom of our heart.

May we all live as Liam!

Please do an act of good: Donate blood, help a stranger, have a quiet moment with a bird, be kind to nurses and doctors and "give your seat to little old ladies on the bus."

Liam loved nature and in lieu of flowers, please donate to Wildlife Preservation Canada via the Donations Tab on his home page.

Please join us in celebrating Liam's life witin visiting on Tuesday, May 31, 2022 from 6:30-8:30 p.m., and on Wednesday, June 1 from 10:30-11 a.m. followed by a Funeral Service at 11 a.m. all at the eco Life Celebration Centre, Magnolia Chapel of St. John's Dixie Cemetery (737 Dundas Street East at Cawthra, Mississauga). Parking is available in the large lot adjacent to the church. Please proceed through the cemetery gates to the large building ahead, west entry.

A live stream link for the Funeral Service will be available by clicking this LINK HERE. Virtual guests are reminded that it is live, to have their volume on high and that no technical assistance will be made avaialble.

Cremation will follow.

Please share your favourite memories, photos and sentiments of Liam's life here at his memorial web page. Thank you for helping us to build a page to in tribute to his legacy.

 

Uniquely entrusted to eco Cremation & Burial Services Inc.

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