In memory of

Kieran Schwyrie

January 22, 1964 -  November 20, 2022

SCHWYRIE, Kieran Martin

Kieran passed away unexpectedly at his home on November 20, 2022 at the age of 58. Loving husband of Kate. Beloved father of Mackenzie. Cherished son of Mavis (late Karl) and adored son in law of Lynne and Peter. Kieran will also be missed by his brother Craig (Antonette) as well as by Janice and his feline friends Max and Smudge. Those who knew Kieran will remember his great sense of humour, love of animals and Elvis! Friends may call at THORNTON CEMETERY & FUNERAL CENTRE, 1200 Thornton Road North, Oshawa, (South of Taunton Road and off of Dryden Blvd, 905-579-6787) on Saturday, December 3, 2022 for A Celebration of Kieran’s Life at 11 am. Donations will be gratefully accepted for the Heart and Stroke Foundation or the Durham Region Humane Society.


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Chris Blair (Old friend)

Entered November 23, 2022 from Vancouver

I have fond memories of Kieran back in junior high . Always a laugh and great to be around . We reconnected several years later and we exchanged a few stories . Had plans to reconnect when back east . Fond memories . May he rest peacefully and always look over us and remind us laughter is contagious and so needed . Best to the family through these difficult times . I’ll see you again one day 🙏

Simon Martin (Cousin)

Entered November 24, 2022 from Enniskillen, N Ireland

Taken far too soon.

I’ll remember you for your quirky sense of humour, your love of Elvis and pink scrambled eggs.

Love Simon and family.

Kimball Lacey (Friend, former co-worker)

Entered November 24, 2022 from Hillier, Prince Edward County, Ontario

So sorry for your loss, will always remember Kieran singing Elvis songs in the office way back in the 80's/90's

Jeff weisman (School chum)

Entered November 24, 2022 from Toronto

Goodbye old friend. I will miss your sense of humour and great smile.

Cecilia (CC) (Co-worker)

Entered November 24, 2022 from Calgary

I never met Kieran had no chance to work with him. But I saw him on a sideline like when we have this meeting one time on Teams, he just fondly appeared on the camera making funny faces and sharing some jokes which made our meeting very human & personal even we're virtually connected. Above all, I heard so much about him in a very positive way. People are very lucky to have met him and worked with him. I'm sure a lot of people were shocked about his unexpected passing, and he will surely miss him.

My deepest sympathy to his wife and son and to his entire family. RIP Kieran.


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