Liam Lee George Bisshopp

June 10, 2010 – March 19, 2021
Beloved son of Eliza and Dallas Bisshopp, big brother to Foster Alexander and younger brother to Kya Teneycke, passed away peacefully in his sleep on March 19, 2021.
A grandson to Patricia and Craig Tracy and Betty and Rick Bisshopp, nephew to so many aunties and uncles, and so many cousins whom he considered his siblings. We were all blessed to have been a part of his life and he will truly be missed for the rest of ours.
“This is a time of gathering all the best of a Good Life into the pages of memory, to be held in the heart forever”
Liam was such an “old soul “from birth. He was such a kind hearted and caring young man who never failed to ask others how they were doing or how their day was going. His mantra through his short life was “Positive Mental Attitude Everyday”, voicing this daily and reminding others to do the same.
Talented in so many ways, and with such varied interests, a quick study when things piqued his interest. He loved making stop action videos with his Lego, making so many variations of Harry Potter wands to add to his collection, making puppets and practicing ventriloquism, and loved making new toys on his 3D printer.
He was a budding artist, always painting or colouring. He enjoyed helping his Dad in the kitchen and on the Food Truck when he could and took what he learned and started making short cooking videos. He researched all there was to know about “The Titanic” and loved to share this information with all who would sit and listen.
To Tracey and Ellis Ross, and Miranda Sutherland for travelling to be with us and help us through this most difficult time,
To Brenda Duncan and Cameron Orr for their time and talent in putting together the virtual memorial,
To Lucille Harms for putting together and presiding over the memorial service,
To all those who prepared and delivered and sent meals to our family,
To friends for reaching out with such kind words of sympathy, and overwhelming generosity,
To all our family who helped with details, travelled to bring Liam home, and continue to be therefor us.
To the Haisla Nation and our family and friends for your display of respect and kindness to Liam on his last ride home.
We truly could not have gotten this far without all of you.
With Sincerest Thanks,
Eliza and Dallas Bisshopp

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