Born in Walton, Nova Scotia, May 30, 1958, passed away on June 3, 2014 at Health Sciences North with the love of his life and his family by his side. He will be dearly missed by his family and friends and his best friend and loving wife Denise (nee Lapensée). He is survived by his sisters Cathie (Ken) Kuula, Karan (Felix) Noel, brother Robert (Patricia) Gould, mother and father-in-law Irene and Roger Bolduc, sisters-in-law Alice (Tom) Gould, Nicole (Gilles) Paquette, Melanie Lapensée, Carole (Anne) Bolduc, brothers-in-law Roger (Debbie) Lapensée, Gilles (Natasha) Bolduc and Frank D’Amato, Great Uncle Tommy (Vicki) Davies, and many nieces and nephews, great nieces and nephews, and family members in Nova Scotia. He is predeceased by his parents Kenneth Gould and Margaret (Davies) Gould, and his brother Thomas Gould. Tim was well-respected in the mining industry and took pride in the fact that he had worked for 35 years as an underground miner. Tim had an incredible sense of humour, he had a distinctive laugh that we all loved to hear and he never missed an opportunity to tease anyone, anywhere, anytime. Tim lived life to the fullest and spent most of his free time in the outdoors cleaning and polishing his Grand National, or hunting, fishing and boating with his wife Denise and their family and friends. He also loved spending time at his family home in Nova Scotia digging clams, deer hunting and eating seafood. Tim spent the last four years battling cancer and fulfilling his ‘bucket list’ which included embarking on a road trip to Nova Scotia in his Grand National with Denise by his side where they enjoyed their fill of seafood on a daily basis, catching a 1000 pound tuna off the coast of PEI, returning to Meldrum Bay to ‘limit out’ on salmon in his old stomping grounds, deer hunting in Nova Scotia in the fall , caribou hunting in Northern Quebec this past winter, and taking his boat for one last ride with his cherished ‘sugar’, ‘gorgeous’, ‘morning glory’ , ‘pork chop’- his loving wife Denise. Visitation will be held on Saturday, June 7th from 1-3 pm followed by a funeral service at 3 pm at the Cooperative Funeral Homein Chelmsford, Ontario. A private interment will occur at a later date. As per Tim’s wishes, donations (by cheque only) can be sent to Toronto Sick Kids Foundation and Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO).