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Trainor JimTRAINOR, Jim (James)   - Jim left us on his own terms, at the age of 63, kicking the darn disease that inflicted him for more than two years to the curb.


Loved by his best friend and wife, Judy (Laidlaw) and the apple of his eye, daughter Meghan.


Brother to John (Sue), Kevin (Deb) and Mary (Bradley).


Uncle to niece Kelsey, and nephews John, Mike, Shayne and Cody.


Predeceased by parents John (Jack) and Moyra Trainor, in-laws John Donald and Eliza Mary Laidlaw and sister-in-law Susan Trainor (Payette).


Jim was very fond of his Trainor, Morkin and Smith cousins located across the country. Jim was a long-time dedicated sales executive in the adhesives/woodworking industry. He was a long-term friend to countless business associates and customers as well as "old" high school and university mates, neighbours and golf partners.


Jim will be honoured at a private tribute at the Humphrey Funeral Home A.W. Miles – Newbigging Chapel, 1403 Bayview Avenue, Toronto.


No flowers please. As you remember Jim, who loved animals and nature, please consider donations to the Salthaven Wildlife Rehabilitation in Mount Brydges, Ontario, or Hope for Wildlife in Seaforth, Nova Scotia.


He will be remembered for his kind heart, wit, smile and his "Jim-isms."


As he always said; "It is what it is.".