With profound sadness, we announce the sudden passing of Todd Allen Nunn on July 29th, 2022 at the age of 58.
Todd is survived by his wife Liz McMullen, wonderful daughters Stephanie and Lindsay, brother Paul Nunn and sister Jami Nicholls. Todd was pre-deceased by his loving parents Jim and Betty Nunn.
Todd was born and raised in Maple, Ontario and spent most of his adult life in Canmore, Alberta. His passion for nature and adventure led him along many paths including various roles at Sunshine Village, Nakiska and Lake Louise Ski Resorts, Alberta Parks Ranger, Farnham Glacier Olympic Training Facility, Chatter Creek Ski Guide, Water Safety Coordinator in the filming industry and the establishment of his company, Canadian Rockies Rafting and Adventure Centre where he touched the hearts and souls of everyone he met.
In addition to his professional pursuits, he created lifelong memories for family and friends in the form of wilderness adventure. From Ontario to the mountains and ski hills of Alberta and British Columbia to the roaring rivers of the Yukon, his mission was to share the joys of nature with as many family and friends as he could. Todd loved unconditionally all who crossed his path. You will always be fondly remembered, sadly missed and forever in our hearts Todd Allen Nunn….may you rest in peace!
A Celebration of Life in honour of Todd will be held at Canoe Meadows Group Camp (Bow Valley Provincial Park ) on Wednesday, August 10, 2022 starting at 5:00 p.m. Donations to Todd’s memorial fund can be made here: <https://gofund.me/f1bd4dcc>
Celebration of Life – Todd Nunn
A Celebration of Life will be held for Todd Nunn on Wednesday August 10 at Canoe Meadows Group Campsite in Kananaskis Country off Highway 40 – Canoe Meadows
Camping overnight is available for those interested; a modest $24 dollar fee may apply if more than 10 sites are required.
Celebration will start at 5 PM and continue into the wee hours.
For those attending but not camping, and wishing to enjoy some alcoholic beverages, free transportation is being provided to and from Canoe Meadows.
Departure 4:30 and 5:30
Return 9 PM and 11 PM
Bus departure will be from the Canmore Bus Depot downtown and behind artsPlace – Bus Depot
Transportation courtesy of Canadian Rockies Rafting with gracious thanks to James Lee and Scott Sutherland
- Event is a BYOB and BYOF. Light snacks, non-alcoholic beverages and condiments will be provided.
- A couple of BBQs will be set up for those planning to BBQ
- There will be a brief presentation in recognizing the wonderful human being Todd Nunn was.
- Plans are in the works for a slideshow along with music from some of Todd’s favourite bands and artists.
- You are invited to bring along a couple of images of Todd should you have them. They will either be added to the slideshow if digital, otherwise great care will be exercised in guarding your printed images until your departure
- As this is an outdoor gathering, bringing some warm evening wear is recommended.
The Nunn family looks forward to meeting Todd’s many caring and loving friends that came to know him over the many years.
Celebration of Life
Canoe Meadows Group Camp
Bow Valley Provincial Park
brian low says
The Low Family shares the loss of our beautiful friend Todd with Liz, Steph, Lindsay, Todd’s extended family and the rest of the Todd Tribe! You will be sadly missed and fondly remembered in our hearts forever Todd!
Diane Venner says
My condolences to Liz & family. 💔
Bill Currie says
Our condolences to the family and friends of Todd. Bill & Liz
Richard Creaghan says
Our thoughts and prayers 🙏 and condolences to my cousin Liz,daughter Stephanie Lindsay and Todd’s family and friends. By watching the wonderful tribute to Toddand reading the messages, it becomes clear Todd’s passion for
adventure and much he will be missed.
I am sure the ‘celebration of Life’ gathering will be full of shared stories and fond memories of Todd.
Michelle McPhail says
Sending my sincere condolences to all of Todd’s Tribe. He was passionate, generous, and full of life. I am grateful he was one of Brad’s best friends, because it allowed me to spend time with him beyond high school and into adulthood. We have many memories of the Nunn hospitality when visiting Canmore. We got to experience white water, floats, ice walks and mountain biking all thanks to Todd and Liz. We wish his family healing and blessings. May he RIP. xoxo
Dear Liz, family and friends.
Big Todd I will spot his soul flying in on my next encounter with Raven, and I will smile.
He was such a kind man, always made me feel welcome with a huge grin, smile permanently fixed it seems.
On the next clear night, look up, way up and you will see one star outshine all others.
My condolences to you Liz, your daughters and Nunn family. And of course, his close friends.
You are in my thoughts
Ronda Mason Barzilay says
Dear Liz, Girls and Todd’s Tribe,
I am so sorry for the loss of Todd.
I have so many wonderful memories of my Sunshine Season with Todd. We shared many laughs over that season and few tears too! I wish I could be there to celebrate his life with all of you but I am not able to make it there. Hugs to all of you!
Todd you will be so missed.
Brad Schsnck says
Dear Liz , Stephanie and Lindsay,
My thoughts are with you at this difficult time.
Todd was an amazing person, he spread joy , love and laughter everywhere.
His passion for life enabled him to succeed and fulfill his great accomplishments !
I am grateful to have so many fun, thrilling memories with Todd over fifty years of friendship. From our backyards in Maple to the mountains.
His dedication to his family and friends was unsurpassed.
Anyone who crossed Todd’s path is better as a result.
I will miss you my friend, paddle on , ski on and hike your way to the top of that mountain!
Ben Miles says
So sorry for your lost as we all hoped for a brighter day. His spirit will live on and on. Rest well Todd buddy
Much love to all of you.
Kathy Bennett says
I’m so to hear about your loss
Todd was one of the kindest and gentle person I had the pleasure of knowing
My deepest sympathy to you Liz and the girls
Sending big hugs and love
Pete Fearn says
I worked for Todd at Canroc and he was one of the good ones. He’ll be missed.
Terry Ford says
My heartfelt condolences to Liz, Stephanie and Lindsay, Todd’s immediate and extended families and friends. I hadn’t had the opportunity to see or talk to Todd in quite a few years and despite the unfortunate passing of so much time, it was a privilege to know him and consider him my friend for the past 41 years. I have so many great memories of him and his indelible spirit and am a better person for having spent many years in his company. I am sorry to not be there today to celebrate his life with the many people who loved and cherished him but my thoughts are with you.