Adrian Hamill

Obituary of Adrian Hamill

June 16, 1965-July 31,2021 "The man, the myth, the legend." Men wanted to be him; women wanted to be with him. But only one woman could tame him, and their love story that came after was an epic one. Adrian died doing what he loved most, enjoying his passion for motorcycles. Everything about Adrian was larger than life, his personality, his wit, his compassion, and his laugh. He always had time for everyone and never forgot a name. He lived to make people laugh (mostly himself) and he was a true gentleman. Never black and white in his story telling, Adrian always left a grey area for you to ponder. When it came to sales, Adrian was the best of the best in his industry. Heck, he could even sell ice to a polar bear! Passionate and dedicated, Adrian loved his work. Despite several health setbacks, Adrian never let them interfere with his focus or diminish his passion for life. Adrian has left an emptiness in this world that will soon be filled with stories and memories from those of us lucky enough to have known him. Taking off to the superbike track in the sky, Adrian leaves behind his beautiful wife Teri, his family in Northern Ireland, including his mother Noreen; his brother Brian; his sister Beverley (Trevor); and his predeceased father William "Billy." Also survived by his brother-in-law Jason (Sherry); his nieces and nephews Alan, Neal, Sarah, Pippa, and Kalie and countless friends who he loved like family. In the words of the infamous Dave Grohl, "there goes my hero." A drop in Celebration of Adrian's life will be held, at Cambium Farms, 18333 Winston Churchill Blvd., Alton, Ontario on Sunday September 26, 2021 from 2:00 -6:00 pm. In memory of Adrian, in lieu of flowers, please consider registering as an organ donor. For Those Attending Cambium Farms - As of September 22nd, 2021 the Ontario Government will be placing the new vaccination rules in place for event venues. We will require proof of full vaccination that has been administered at least 14 days prior to arrival. A check point will be set up at the entrance to each of our facilities where proof of vaccination along with photo ID will need to be presented upon entering for all individuals 12 years of age and up. According to Ontario regulation individuals who cannot receive the vaccine due to medical exemptions will be permitted entry with a doctor’s note until recognized medical exemptions can be integrated as part of a digital vaccine certificate. Children who are 11 years of age and younger and unable to be vaccinated will also be exempted from these requirements. Families will continue to fill out the Ontario Covid 19 Screening Form as required by health regulations. For the period between September 22 and October 12, 2021, it is intended that people attending wedding or funeral receptions at meeting or event spaces will be able to provide a negative rapid antigen COVID-19 test from no more than 48 hours before the event as an alternative to proof of vaccination. These rapid antigen tests would have to be privately purchased.