Kim Scott Swalwell
It is with great sorrow the family announce the passing of Kim Scott Swalwell Toronto, Ontario at Bridgepoint Hospital, Toronto Ontario on Tuesday August 23rd 2022 at age 63 after a battle with cancer.
Born in Thunder Bay, Ontario on May 19, 1959, Kim was predeceased by her Father, Thomas Patrick Swalwell (2015) and Brother David Patrick Swalwell (1985). Survived by her Mother Isobel Scott Cunningham (Florida). Daughters, Jacqueline Wesley (Kevin) and Jennifer Logan (Pat O’Neil) of Thunder Bay. Stepmother Jane Swalwell (Thunder Bay). Half siblings Patrice Swalwell (Steve Bristow) of Calgary, Dayna Swalwell (James) of Thunder Bay and Andrew Zegil (Florida). Seven Grandchildren, Hannah, Aaron, Rebekah, Michael, Isabella, Ben and Adam (Thunder Bay). Cousins Susan Francey and Gordon Elliot. Nieces and Nephews, Cody, Austin, Jessie, Thomas (Thunder Bay) and Lauren and Niah (Calgary). She will be also missed by her many close friends in the Toronto area.
Kim served in the Canadian reserves and worked in customer service. Kim was highly witty and very intelligent, an avid reader, adventurous and an animal lover. She is now reunited with her beloved dog Baxee and her cat, Sadie whom she loved dearly.
There will not be a service as per Kim’s request. Here is a link to donate to the BridgePoint Hospital where Kim had exceptional care for anyone wishing to donate. RIP Kim ❤️
I would like to extend my deepest condolences to Kim’s family. 🙏🙏 I’m missing Kim terribly. She was a bright light in my life and an amazing friend. I will miss the bad romance movies we watched,the meals we shared,the chats about our pets,family and the many laughs we had. Her wit was quick as a whip and her love for everyone knew no bounds. My heart is broken for everyone who knew and loved Kim.❤️❤️❤️ RIP my sister from another mister. 🙏🙏🙏😥
My deepest condolences to Swalwell family. May Kim RIP.
my dear Kim, I really miss you very much. For more than 8 years we were seeing each other every week and that was enough for me to learn to esteem you, respect you, value you and realize how you really are, a good person, loyal, funny, sometimes stubborn, but always very straight and with good feelings, as you also valued those who deserved it.
I loved you very much, I miss you and I will carry you in my heart forever.
Our most sincere condolences to Kim’s family during this time and hope that God will provide comfort in the nice memories she left behind. Kim was an exeptional individual. Real and true to whatever was right. She will be remembered for the unconditional love and kindness she always expressed to others. We are missing Kim and wish her rest in peace.