Tom Brazier, the man who owned Tiny Tom Donuts, has passed away at the age of 73.
Brazier’s Tiny Tom Donuts were a staple at both the Canadian National Exhibition and Canada’s Wonderland. He died Tuesday in a Markham hospital. His wife Bonnie was at his side.
It’s with great sadness that we share the passing of a beloved figure in the city of Toronto. Tom Brazier, of Tiny Tom Donuts has passed away.
Tom was beloved by all who were blessed to know him. He was looking forward to celebrating his 60th anniversary at the CNE and the 27th pic.twitter.com/icX9XCluEL
— Tiny Tom Donuts (@TinyTomDonuts) June 3, 2020
Tiny Tom’s Donuts was looking forward to celebrating its 60th year at the CNE, which has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and their 27th year at Canada’s Wonderland.
The company issued a statement Wednesday with a quote from Brazier:
“One dozen per bag, one flavour per dozen.”