Vic Tugwell Death, Obituary – Vic Tugwell has reportedly died leaving family, friends, and the entire community in agony and grievance according to an online sharing. On December 31, the York Simcoe 5 Pin Bowlers’ Association released a statement expressing their condolences at the loss of Vic Tugwell, a longstanding member who was also inducted into the Hall of Fame. Tugwell passed away on the 31st of December, when he was 73 years old. On December 31st, 2022, Victor Bruce Tugwell sadly lost his battle with cancer and passed away. The launch took place in Newmarket. Vic started bowling at Odeon Bowl when he was 10 years old, and he proceeded via the YBC, which is where he honed his talents as a coach.
During the time that Vic was with us, our more experienced bowlers are unanimous in their opinion that he was among the top coaches in the league. In 2001, Vic made history when he was admitted into the York Simcoe Hall of Fame. He did so by becoming the first “Coach” to get this honor. A male patient with the age of 73 was checked into the Southlake Regional Health Centre. His birthday was January 17, 1949, and he passed away in Newmarket. He was born in Newmarket. His family and many of his acquaintances have been left in utter disarray after the abrupt loss of him. Vic’s wife of 39 years, Allison (Schnitzler), as well as their sons Michael (Amanda), and Matthew, will miss him terribly (Jennifer). His older brother Brian, along with his parents Charles and Helen (Flynn), all passed away before him (Diane).
His wife’s side of the family, which consists of his sisters-in-law Barbara (Kim), Louise (Ken), and Lynda (Matthew), his brothers-in-law Paul (Pat), and Terry (Helen), as well as his wife’s mother Diane (Bob, deceased). The Chicago Blackhawks, the Buffalo Bills, and the Chicago Cubs were the teams that Vic cheered for when he went to sporting events (Blue Jays). Vic’s life revolved entirely around various athletic endeavors. Friends, coworkers, and neighbors that he made throughout the course of his profession and by his dedication to the lives of his children will miss him very much. Vic stated that all he ever wanted was for his loved ones to get together for a hearty meal and some traditional tale-telling around the dinner table (of which there are many).
We are going to begin implementing this plan beginning in the month of April. Our thoughts and prayers are with Allison, Michael, and Matthew Tugwell, as well as the rest of the Tugwell family, on behalf of the York Simcoe 5 Pin Bowlers Association. We are sorry to hear about Matthew’s passing. We all consider it a great honor to have known Vic and to be able to count him as a fellow bowler. Having known Vic and counting him as a fellow bowler.