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Obituary of Fredrick Dean TEMPLE

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Fredrick "Dean" Temple

April 26, 1970 - February 3, 2024

 

It is with great sadness that we announce the unexpected passing of Dean Temple at Etobicoke General Hospital on Saturday, Feb 3, 2024.  He leaves behind his beautiful and devoted wife Ashley, his four children, Fred, Juni, Georgia and Katie, his mom Peggy, his brother Chad and their cats, Taco and Lucy.

 

Dean was one of a kind. He was smart beyond belief, caring and passionate about everything he did. He loved his wife Ashley beyond words and the love they shared was one of a kind and will live on in Ashley for the rest of her days. He loved his children, Fred, Juni, Georgia, and Katie with all his heart. His passion for music was undeniable, his voice you could hear from a mile away. He had a passion for music and building. 

 

Ashley and Dean met 22 years ago at the original Main Street Station where they stayed in each other's memories. In 2003 they reunited and started a short relationship before Dean moved to Florida and then in 2017 they reunited again and began their spirited romance of traveling the world, creating unbelievable memories and ultimately re-opening Main Street Station and fulfilling Ashley's dream of owning a restaurant. 

 

Deans’ passion and high energy and loving spirit will be missed by everyone that he touched. He had such a positive impact on anyone he came across. He always wanted to help people and take them under his wing. 

 

He will be missed dearly by his family and friends. No words can describe the immense hole that has been left now that he is gone. His spirit will live on within the walls of the restaurant, his wife and family. Till we meet again my love.

 

In lieu of flowers, a donation to your charity of choice would be appreciated.

 

Online condolences can be made at www.imfunerals.com.

 

In Memoriam Funeral Services Inc., has been give the honour to serve the Temple family.

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