68, Indian Harbour. It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Timothy Paul McNutt on April 16, 2018.
Tim, as most people knew him, was born November 20, 1949 in Truro, Nova Scotia and was the eldest of four siblings. He worked in the trucking industry for over 40 years and loved his work. He also loved fishing, the ocean, photography and his many families, adopted or biological, and friends. Tim had a large trucking family and many friends he made in his travels across Canada and to the United States driving long haul. He will be missed by his trucking family. Tim had another family in Alcoholics Anonymous, proudly sober for over 16 years. A regular at meetings around Nova Scotia, he talked the talk and walked the walk, he was a support for many people struggling with addiction and will be missed by his AA family. Tim shared a passion for the ocean and it shows in all his photos. A lot of which were taken in Indian Harbour where he hung his hat when not out on the road for the last 10 years. Friends and neighbours from Indian Harbour will miss him - a memorial will be put at Paddy’s Head. Tim’s many dearest friends and family whom he did not work with or in AA; in Sydney, Halifax or that have moved away will miss him dearly. Lastly, Grampy will be missed by the “K family”. Doing all the things a grampy would do - we will miss your impromptu “short visits” where you always stayed for an extra hug, story and goodbye. Thank you to everyone for their kind words, stories and messages of support. Through our memories, stories and thoughts his spirit lives on.