Spencer Mackenzie Dyck. Gone from this world way too soon, his kindness, love and
loyalty toward his family and friends will be remembered and cherished. Spencer
was undeniably adored by all those who knew him. He has always been a true family
man with all the love toward his parents and his sister.
Spencer was a positive, bright soul who truly inspired and enhanced the lives of
those around him. With his genuine, charming personality and easy-going nature,
it is easy to see why people were so attracted and drawn to him. It's been said
"if you don't get along with Spencer, that's on you, not him." An avid hunter, outdoorsman
and story-teller, there has never been a dull moment in his presence. It was truly
an honour and a privilege to know and love Spencer.
He will be forever missed by his family and his friends. Left to cherish his memory
are his proud parents, Jesse and Pam; adoring sister, Brenley and brother-in-law,
Mark Needham; his Baba; his loving aunts, uncles and cousins; and a multitude of
Spencer's final gift has been donated to the Trillium Foundation where one donor
can save up to 8 lives through organ donation and enhance the lives of up to 75
more through the gift of tissue.
An Open house to celebrate the life of Spencer will be held at the Elgin Masonic
Center, located at 42703 Fruit Ridge Line, St. Thomas on Saturday December 15th
from 2:00 to 4:30p.m. With words of remembrance spoken at 3:00 p.m.
In lieu of flowers donations to the Port Stanley Food Bank or to the St. Thomas
Food Bank (Caring Cupboard). Williams Funeral Home 45 Elgin St., St. Thomas entrusted
with the arrangements.