It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Timothy McGee on November 15, 2020 at the age of 71. Tim will be lovingly remembered by his wife, Connie, his children, Brandy and Jay (Maggie), his mother, Florence, his siblings, Jeff (Terry), Mike (Mel), and Marilyn (Gord), his adoring grandchildren, Samantha, Graysen, and Timothy, and his many friends. Tim was born in Nikomis, Saskatchewan, but spent the majority of his youth in Edmonton where he could often be found on the rugby field or in the principal’s office. He completed his education at the University of Alberta in political science, which sparked a lifetime interest in politics that he delighted in sharing with others. He started his career in business and found his footing in commercial real estate before transitioning into financial planning. He was committed to community service and will be known to many for his charitable contributions and his long-time involvement as a hockey, rugby, and soccer coach. He remained connected to those communities throughout his life and they formed an important part of his social network. Tim was a natural extrovert and loved, more than anything, to cultivate friendships. Those lucky enough to cross paths with him can attest to his gregariousness, generosity, integrity, and sincerity. He believed in honouring his commitments and in helping others. Tim’s interests were wide-ranging but his passion was sport, particularly cycling. In recent years, his passion for mountain biking was one he shared with his children and grandchildren. His final week was filled with hugs and expressions of love for his family and friends; he was at his happiest. No service will be held at this time. A celebration of Tim’s life will be planned for next summer, likely an outdoor party at the Rugby Club with a pig roast and a toast in his honour; he would have liked nothing better.