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ALAN BRIAN RANSOM
Born: Jun 06, 1940
Date of Passing: Feb 26, 2020Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
ALAN BRIAN RANSOM
June 6, 1940 - February 26, 2020
No service will be held.
"Together we were so much more
than we ever were alone."
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Mar 03, 2020
Condolences & Memories (6 entries)
Brian and my mother, Gerrie Hammond, were MLAs together in the 1980s. Mom was a big fan of Brian's and she worked tirelessly on his leadership campaign. Mom died close to 30 years ago. I was going through a box of photos and came across one with Mom, Brian and Charlotte Oleson (MLA for Gladstone, died in 2017), all with big smiles. Despite a lot of work, I remember them having a good time together and great friendships. Just coincidence that I looked up Brian to discover he died a short time ago. Brian was a good guy. - Posted by: Stephen Hammond (Friend) on: May 16, 2020
Hello Bill, We were so very sorry to hear about Brian. It was quite a shock to us, I hope it was not one of those long-drawn-out deaths that are so hard on everyone. You will continue to be in our thoughts at this tragic time. Jim and Elaine May Vancouver Island BC - Posted by: Allan Brian Ransom (Friend) on: Mar 07, 2020
Brian was for many years a valued colleague of my late father's and a friend to our whole family. He will be very much missed. Condolences to all his family - Posted by: Elin Goulden (Daughter of a former co-worker and friend) on: Mar 07, 2020
Condolences to you all. - Posted by: Bev Hainsworth (Family) on: Mar 06, 2020
I was a newbie to the Wildlife Branch and already I heard wonderful stories about Brian, his insights, dedication and passion for the resources. The he became a Minister of Resources and still an example of dedication and integrity. Well done, good and faithful (civil) servant! - Posted by: Ross C Thompson (Co-Worker and Friend) on: Mar 04, 2020
We've known each other for 60 years. - Posted by: jim philp (classmate) on: Mar 04, 2020
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