It is with great sadness that the family of Terry David Deamer announces his sudden and unexpected passing, at the age of 48, on Wednesday, March 10, 2021 in Bolton, Ontario. He left behind a broken-hearted family and a plenitude of friends. He will be remembered by the love of his life of 23 years, Khrista Campeau-Deamer. He was a loving and devoted father of his 3 sons: Tanner, Maddux and Carson. Also survived by his parents Harry and Linda Deamer. As well as his brother Ken, sister Tracy (Martin) McVeigh, mother-in-law Ann (late Blaise) Campeau, sister-in-law Renee Campeau. Caring uncle to his niece Alyssa and nephews Austin, Aiden and Myles.
Terry was passionate about hockey; he was an avid Maple Leafs fan and he coached and volunteered as a member of the Caledon Minor Hockey Association. Terry loved hosting family and friends at the cottage, fishing on the lake with his sons, as well as planning annual fishing trips with his friends. Terry was known for his enthusiasm for all genres of 80s music and attended many Bon Jovi concerts across North America. He transferred his enjoyment and exquisite skill set for math and numbers to his sons.
Private family funeral will be held at the Egan Funeral Home, 203 Queen Street S. (Hwy. 50), Bolton (905-857-2213) on Wednesday, March 17 at one o’clock. The family invites those who wish to view the service to do so through live streaming at
If you experience any issues or have questions in regards to the live streaming, please feel free to contact Forget Me Not Ceremonies at 1-877-895-2739. If you need to leave a message on their answering machine, they will return your call promptly.
In lieu of flowers please make all donations to SickKids Foundation, Toronto.
Due to Covid 19 restrictions, all Funeral Services will be by invite only.
When the world has returned to normal, a much larger celebration of the life and times of Terry Deamer (Deam) will be held.
Condolences for the family may be offered at www.EganFuneralHome.com