In memory of

Bryce Hoxha

February 28, 2023

Bryce Conrad Hoxha, 62, of Toronto, Ontario passed away on Tuesday, February 28, 2023 after a long battle with a series of medical conditions. Bryce is predeceased by his wife Monika and his parents Mason and Irene. He is survived by his children Brandon and Nyomi, brother Tim, sister Tammy (Jim), and twin brother Brian.
Growing up in Yonge and Lawrence, Bryce was active in neighbourhood activities, including Community Night at Bedford Park Public School. As a child, he enjoyed many trips to his mother’s family farm in Qu’Appelle Valley, Saskatchewan where he was an avid hiker.
Bryce was an elite athlete and competed in the Toronto Marathon in under 3 hours at the age of 16. He excelled in martial arts earning a black belt in Shotokan-style karate.
As an amateur stage actor, Bryce debuted in Hill Cumorah Pageant in New York and the off-Broadway production of Evita in Toronto.
Bryce graduated with a degree in Business Administration from Humber College and took pride in his work as a public servant with the City of Toronto where he formed lifelong friendships and served in various roles at R.C. Harris Plant, Toronto Emergency Services Division, and By-law Operations for 36 years.
As a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Bryce volunteered in various callings to the ministry, including youth leadership and Sunday school teaching and community service projects.
In his love for God, Bryce composed a philosophical teaching of personal conduct and social behaviour entitled “The Tenets of Karate” with a call to live a life shaped by personal responsibility and development, selflessness, and enduring commitment to God. Bryce described his “love for the Lord Jesus Christ as his rock and strength” throughout his life.
His wonderful spirit, joy, and talents will be celebrated at a 1:00 pm visitation with service to follow at Meadowvale Funeral Centre – 7732 Mavis Road in Brampton, Ontario.


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Wendy & Roger (Family)

Entered March 7, 2023 from Peterborough

So very sorry for the sad news of Bryce's passing. His fun loving spirit made every meeting a shared uplifting event. He tried to be the best father possible to Nyomi and Brandon.
He was a beacon to his brothers and will be missed.
He loved his sister Tammy and her husband Jim and I 'm sure he felt comfort in knowing that as he was being called home they would be there to love and support his children.
May peace and comfort be there for you all..❤️‍🩹💝

Mitch & Sharon Cowitz (Friend)

Entered March 8, 2023 from Thornhill

Dear Tim, Tammy, Jim, Brian, Brandon, & Nyomi:

Our deepest, deepest sympathies on the passing of Bryce. May you cherish the memories you have of him and may his memory be both a blessing and comfort to you all.

Collin and Jill (Family)

Entered March 9, 2023 from Cochrane AB

We send our love and prayers to each of you at this time.

Sandra Pallin (Friend from Church / Etobicoke Ward)

Entered March 10, 2023 from Etobicoke

Bryce has been a long-time contributor in Etobicoke Ward. Always prepared for Sunday School, he often shared valuable insights and wisdom. I had privilege to serve in Primary when Brandon and Naomi were young. As many would know, the reward/blessing of Primary service is a love for those children forever. Naomi and Brandon were beautiful children - and no doubt are beautiful young adults. We've missed the family in Etobicoke but well remember and love them still. May the Lord's blessing of peace be with all the family during this time and always.

Ron Maltman (Cousin)

Entered March 27, 2023 from Calgary

It was with great sadness that I heard of Bryce's passing last month.

I remember with fondness seeing Bryce, and his brothers and sister Tammy as they passed through winnipeg every summer, when we were kids, on their way to the "farm" near Tantallon, Saskatchewan... It was always good to see the extended family from Ontario come to visit!

Know that our thoughts are with all of your families at a time like this. It is never easy, but he is perhaps in a better place.

With kindness thoughts,

Cousin Ron Maltman, and my family, wife Shirley, daughter Erin, son David and his family Sarah, and kids Oliver and Rose.


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