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BRIAN LA FLEUR
Born: Jun 20, 1952
Date of Passing: Sep 18, 2020Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
BRIAN LA FLEUR
June 20, 1952 - September 18, 2020
He leaves behind his brother, Larry, nephews, Michael and Ryan, nieces, Jacqueline and Denise, and other relatives.
He was predeceased by his parents, Gisele (George) and Charles.
A special thanks to Laneil Smith and Geraldine who watched over Brian in recent years. Brian enjoyed sports of all kinds and was an avid Jets fan.
As per Brian's wishes, he was cremated and there will not be a funeral service.
Due to Covid-19, interment of his ashes will take place at a later date beside his mother and father in Winnipeg.
Family invite friends to sign the online book of condolences, and share their memories of Brian at ejcoutu.ca.
If so desired, donations in Brian's name can be made to the charity of your choice.
E.J. Coutu & Co. Funeral Directors
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Oct 17, 2020
Condolences & Memories (5 entries)
It has been so many years but I have so many fond memories of spending time with Brian usually with Peter Menary and Vince Harden. Great memories of Zorba's, socials and the like. Brian was truly a great guy. - Posted by: Ron Palmer (Friend) on: Apr 12, 2021
Worked for many years with Brian at Keystone Ford. He was a great guy who would give you that shirt off his back. Disappointed that I had not seen him in recent years but glad to hear he is at peace. - Posted by: Garth Thomson (Work) on: Oct 26, 2020
Good memories: St Paul's HS, Golf, Community Centres, River Heights, camping, Clear Lake, Donner's Lodge, Detroit Lakes, Zorbas, West Hawk Lake, Norwood, St Vital, fun with cars?, girls?, plus many other fun times. I was lucky to travel back to Winnipeg last year and spend time with Brian. Many many changer and poor health. We loved talking the old time when we were young. Brian did not respond to my messages as I think he was trying to stay positive in his difficult time. I know he is no longer suffering and is a better place. Thinking of you often - Posted by: Peter Menary (Friend) on: Oct 24, 2020
Peter and Brian were best friends since the age of 14 WE lived in Wpg. But since we moved to Toronto we hadn't since Brian much but last year in August we were in Wpg and saw him every day Such a nice time talking about the past I have known him myself for over 40 years WE have always remained great friends WE will miss him so much Thank you Geraldine and whoever helped him in any way Our deepest Sympathy to Larry and family You will always be Forever in Our Hearts Love Lucie and Peter Menary - Posted by: Luice and Peter Menary (Friends) on: Oct 18, 2020
My heart is broken and sad. I have many wonderful memories of Brian. He was a strong man till the end. He will suffer no more and join his parents in heaven. My deepest sympathy to his brother Larry and family. Rest in Peace ...you are in Gods hands...till we met again.....Geraldine - Posted by: Geraldine (Dear friend ex wife) on: Oct 17, 2020
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