Tyler Swartz is remembered as a man & # 39; care and sensitivity that has long devoted time to charitable work.
Swartz, 18, was found dead on 27 December from Caledon OPP in the former home Den & # 39; Dragon entrepreneur of the stars and business, Michael Wekerle.
Jonathan Weir is accused of murder of the first degree in the death of Swartz. Weir, 20, will appear in court next & # 39; Orangeville 21 & # 39; January.
There is a ban on publication imposed by the court on the case.
On 28 December, OPV SUV blocked the road for bated home, just outside Cheltenham community. There was also a television van color on the road from the property.
According to documents obtained by the Caledon Enterprise, Wekerle is listed as the property owner & # 39; 80 hectares on King St., East & # 39; Mississauga Rd., Where Caledon OPP were on the scene.
The property was known for its annual event & # 39; charity concert, Wekfest, which acts like Snoop Dogg and Sloan.
Swartz attended high school at the Academy & # 39; Blyth in campus & # 39; Thornhill, until 2017.
According to his LinkedIn profile, was going to the Sheridan College to become a plumber.
He was also enthusiastic aquarium and hoped to one day open a business aquarium of freshwater.
He had a part-time job in & # 39; Jacob Jak & # 39; s Deli – which koinċidentament closed during the Christmas holidays.
Since he was 8 years old, he went off once a week for a volunteer to & # 39; brother clearly the largest circle & # 39; Friendship, an organization for children with special needs.
Esther Grossbaum, coordinator of the program, said that in 2017 Swartz received the award longest standing volunteer with City & # 39; Thornhill for his service.
"He was an individual who takes a lot of thought," said Grossbaum. "Angel of & # 39; son."
The circle & # 39; Friendship brings together teens with & # 39; people with special needs or in home visits or program & # 39; hours at the center.
Swartz helped Grartbaum also said that good customers of their special needs. For the last few years worked particularly youth.
"This customer is a major challenge", explained Grossbaum. "(Swartz) did very well."
When Swartz left goes to college, the organization could not find another suitable volunteer for the customer.
The family and friends had a private funeral for adolescents 31 December in the Chapel of Steel.
A man who answered the phone at & # 39; what is thought to be the family home & # 39; Swartz said, "We do not want to comment."
Karen Martin-Robbins is a reporter with the Caledon Enterprise. Do so in & # 39; kmartinro[email protected] and followed it on Twitter @ karenmartinrob6