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BRIAN PROVOST

Date of Passing: Dec 24, 2019

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BRIAN PROVOST
1953 - 2019

Brian passed away peacefully at St. John Hospice in Vancouver on December 24, 2019, with his partner Desta by his side.
Predeceased by his parents George and Dorothy, Brian is lovingly remembered by Desta, his son Morgan, siblings Debi, Terry, Shelley and Jeff, and extended family across Canada.
Brian wished to thank the doctors, nurses and staff at BC Cancer, St. Paul's Hospital and St. John Hospice for their care.
No service by request. In lieu of flowers, it was Brian's wish that you add a new plant or tree to your own garden. Donations in his memory may be made to the BC Cancer Foundation.

As published in the Winnipeg Free Press on Jan 18, 2020

Condolences & Memories (3 entries)

  • I have fond memories of Brian in our younger years while I visited family in Winnipeg. One year we did some camping in his back yard and shared some special moments. I remember also doing his housework for him because he wanted to go out and play with his friends, the parents were out of course. Later as adults or so we thought we were, we just hung out together during the time I spend living in Winnipeg. I will remember you Brian. Rest in peace. - Posted by: Doris Provost (Cousin) on: Jan 18, 2020

  • Brian's spirituality kept him positive through his illness..I have through Facebook, some conversations regarding how he felt about having cancer. He fought hard, and while Boone is ever prepared to see a loved one crossover, I think Brian believed in forever. My condolences To the family...we go way back and am prepared to share some photos from the 70's should you request. May the spirits guide you in your healing. - Posted by: Laurie Gydé (Windsor park schoolmate) on: Jan 18, 2020

  • Brian and I were good friends growing up in Windsor Park during it's development days in the 60's. We had so much fun exploring and building forts in the "forest" that is now occupied by the Royal Canadian Mint. We used to like going to "The Burger Bar" that his Dad, George, owned. We both had an interest in wildlife that the " forest" provided. I will never forget all the great times we had together as kids. Rest In Peace my good friend. - Posted by: Grant Taylor (Friend) on: Jan 18, 2020

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