Michael was born in Victoria to Louise Frances (née Ormond) and Percy William Weston on Feb 10, 1945 and Dad passed away peacefully on July 20, 2022.

Dad was a hardworking and well-respected businessman in both Victoria and Vancouver. He liked to start his days early with a breakfast meeting, and could later be found chatting on the phone well into the evening.  At heart, he was an entrepreneur who loved bringing people together and making ideas happen. Dad was also an avid boater with a love for classic wooden yachts. He was a member of the Royal Victoria Yacht Club since 1959 and when he wasn’t busy working, he could be found tinkering on his boat  or out on the water with friends and family.

Michael will be dearly missed by his wife Barbara and their 3 children; Dean (Katarina), Lisa and Christopher (Jennifer) Weston, his grandchildren Natasha and Ivona Weston, William and Olivia Sinclair, and their father Steven Sinclair, his sister Sue (Mark) Batchelor and their children Andrea, Eric and Michael.

A Celebration of Life will be held in the Sequoia Centre, at McCall Gardens, 4665 Falaise Drive, on Thursday, August 11, 2022, at 2:00 pm.

Condolences may be offered to the family below.

McCall Gardens


  • Rick and Bernie Maggiora

    Extending condolences from the Maggiora family.

  • Ernest Daddey

    Michael Weston will be dearly missed by Ernest , Florence and Shidaa Daddey.
    Michael was true leader and a visionary who was very easy to work with. We spent several hour per week developing solutions to business problems.
    Michael was also a friend who gave me some excellent advice with respect to family. A very generous human being. May the Weston family in Victoria and beyond take comfort that Michael is resting in peace. His legacy in Victoria and across Canada will impact so many lives in the years to come.
    Rest In God’s Perfect Peace Michael.

    Ernest Daddey
    (Photon R&D, i-onConnect &National Importers).

  • David Gray

    Michael worked with me negotiating the contract for the rebuild of RVYC’s Tsehum Haven marina in 2015. We had a very tight timeline and Michael made himself available for all our needs. His insight and advice were invaluable and I developed an enormous amount of respect for this quiet spoken, prince of a man. I will miss our infrequent chats, we have lost a man of substance. My heart goes out to his family in this difficult time.

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