Tom Kerr Obituary, Belleville ON, Tom Kerr Has Passed Away

Tom Kerr Obituary, Death – Belleville, Ontario – Thomas Kerr died peacefully in his Kincardine home on Wednesday, and his family wishes to extend their profound condolences to everyone who knew him. Lynn (Hamilton) Kerr, his best friend and wife for 37 years who lived in Kincardine, will remember him warmly. His grandchildren are Aria, Elena, Hayden, and Charlotte, and he is the proud and loving father of Tyler and Brenna Kerr, Andrew Kerr and friend Sarah Hollinger, and Katherine and Cody Newbigging. Tyler and Brenna Kerr’s father is also present.

His mother, Marsha (Beatty) Hamilton of Listowel, his father, James Kerr of Listowel, his brothers and sisters-in-law, John and Diane Kerr of Listowel, Allan and Leesa Kerr of Gorrie, Kevan and Johanna Kerr of Newmarket, and Urairat Kerr of Thailand, as well as his father-in-law and mother-in-law-in-law, Bruce and Susan Hamilton of Listowel, were all there. Murray Kerr, Tom’s brother, Jean Anne (Doig) Kerr, and Tom’s father-in-law, Howard Hamilton, all died before him.

Tom was born in the Ontario town of Listowel in 1962. Congratulations to him on obtaining his trade ticket in refrigeration at Mohawk College in Hamilton! In 1984, he married the woman who had been his life’s passion after three years of romance. Tom would later start his own business and have a successful professional career spanning nearly four decades. He is well-known in the North Perth and Kincardine areas as a builder, having built a huge number of residences and apartment buildings during his career.

He was also quite involved in the community, having previously served as a Wallace Ward Councillor, a Kinsmen and K-40 member, and having participated in and donated to a variety of local causes. Tom enjoyed flow riding, pickleball, and traveling across the world with his wife. Tom’s professional accomplishments were numerous, but the development of his family was the pinnacle of his life. His grandchildren brought him the most joy in his life. Throughout his stressful workday, he made it a point to visit and spend time with his gorgeous granddaughters. His family is and will always be the most important component of his legacy.

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