Justïnek (Justin) Walter Waddell

March 12, 1993 - April 26, 2023

Funeral Details: Sunday May 7th, 2023 from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. A Celebration of life will be held at the Orangeville Royal Canadian Legion Branch 233 (7 John St., Orangeville, On., L9W 2Z5)

Waddell, Justïnek (Justin) Walter:  Passed away peacefully with family at his side on April 26, 2023, at Royal Victoria Regional Health Care, Barrie Ontario.  Justïnek Walter, beloved son of Tracy (Sheldon) Rayburn and Scott (Heather) Waddell.  Loving brother of Matthew Osborne (Karley) and Kelsie Waddell (Scottie).  Special uncle of Owen, Liam, and Sophia.  He will be sadly missed by his Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and many friends.  A Celebration of Life and Pride will be be held at the Orangeville Legion on Sunday May 7, 2023 from 2-4 p.m..  Arrangements entrusted to Peaceful Transition York (2-15236 Yonge Street, Aurora) and condolences may be forwarded through www.peacefultransition.ca



6 Condolences
  • Tyler Rose
    Posted on: Sunday, April 30, 2023 Reply

    As we, the children of God…you are my brother Justin. Taken to the afterlife so young, you were full of vigor and postive energy. Life on earth is precious, priceless and purposeful. It is also finite, but I do believe life after death is a new beginning, a resurrection into the energy cosmos. We are all energy… and you Justin Walter Waddell had the brightest and loving energy i’ve ever witnessed. Continue to be a beacon of light and hope in you’re new beginning. I love you brother.

    Tyler, Adele & Sophia Rose

  • Lisa Nevins
    Posted on: Sunday, April 30, 2023 Reply

    I’m so sorry Justin. I enjoyed following your adventures on Facebook. Always full of life & kindness. Gone to soon. Deepest Condolences to your family & friends.

  • Tammy, Jeff ,Jaime-lyn and Tyler Gilberds
    Posted on: Monday, May 1, 2023 Reply

    Good times, good times, Buddy we love and miss ya! Deeply

  • Olivia
    Posted on: Tuesday, May 2, 2023 Reply

    Justin, you are so loved by people from far and wide in this world. To say I am in disbelief would be an understatement. You always had the brightest, kindest, and most fun-loving personality in the room, which will not be forgotten. Our adventures in and out of Pano will remain as some of my favourite memories, it was an absolute please getting to know you and I am so thankful to have crossed paths with you. To the person who taught me more that just how to ice-skate on the smallest rink imaginable; thank you. And thank you for being unapologetically you, always. I hope you’re skating backwards rings around everyone. You are sorely missed, my wonderful friend. Condolences to your family, and to those who will continue to love you.

  • Chloe Everard
    Posted on: Thursday, May 4, 2023 Reply

    I met you during our Winter season at Pano. We had so much fun that season with beer pong and pow days. We both learned to snowboard that Winter, you got so good but never minded waiting for me to catch up on the slope.

    I remember one night I was supposed to go on a date but they cancelled. I’d planned the whole thing so you came and spent the evening with me instead. We drank wine and had the best time. You rated me 10/10 on the date 🤣 So goddamn funny and so goddamn kind.

    Here’s a picture I took of you enjoying the world that you were so cruelly taken from.

    Rest in Peace Justin. You truly were one of the good ones ✨️

  • Wanda Bissell
    Posted on: Thursday, May 11, 2023 Reply

    Wanderlust – you lived your dreams, you were a friend to many ✨️ . You will always be in my memories. Keep traveling Justin.

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