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It is with profound sadness that we announce after a brief illness Bryan passed away.
Bryan was predeceased by his parents, Arthur and Margaret; and his beloved wife of 46 years, Linda. Left to cherish his memory is his daughter Jessica, son-in-law Jason, and grandchildren, Liam, Calum, Shay and Esmay.
Bryan was born in Winnipeg and grew up in the Norwood flats area where he met many lifelong friends. He was a loving husband and devoted father. Bryan's greatest joys were his grandchildren and they will miss him immensely.
As per his wishes there will be no service.
Special thank you to the nurses and doctors at St. Boniface Hospital who took care of him.

We love you Papa

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Nov 28, 2020

Condolences & Memories (6 entries)

  • My condolences to Bryan's entire family on your loss. Bryan was a MLCC (MBLL) store manager when I got into the business many years ago. He was one of the good guys to which I had a lot of respect for. Although we rarely crossed paths much after his retirement, I have all the memories from our business relationship to look back upon. Rest in peace, Bryan. - Posted by: Cam Moskal (Friend from the Liquor business) on: Dec 04, 2020

  • Jessica I am so sorry to hear of both of your parents having passed away so closely together. It is with great sadness that I offer my deepest condolences to you and your family. I will treasure their memories. - Posted by: Brenda Behlke (co-worker to Linda, friend to both) on: Nov 29, 2020

  • We can not believe that 2020 could get any more heart breaking but, it has! We are so sorry to hear of Bryan's passing and send our love and condolences to Bryan's family and friends. There are so many great memories along with our appreciation for the friendship that we shared. Bryan's sense of humor and wit will always put a smile on our faces. Rest in peace Bryan, you will be dearly missed. Love, Ebba and Ken - Posted by: Ebba Troschuk (Coworker/Friend) on: Nov 28, 2020

  • Bryan and I go way back when we met for the first time in the late sixties. We met at our first liquor store in St. Boniface and stayed close friends through out our careers. He was liked by many and will be missed, You're in the high mile club now Bryan and some day I hope we meet again. - Posted by: Dennis (Friend and Co-worker) on: Nov 28, 2020

  • I am very sorry to learn of Bryan’s passing, we were great friends of our tween & early teen years during the summers Bryan & his Parents spent at their cottage at Winnipeg Beach. The cottage was just up the street & across the train tracks from my home on Robinson Ave. Occasionally during the winter months I’d visit Bryan for a few days, during which I got to meet Bryan’s friends & school chums. We always had a great deal of fun gathering together at The Red Top drive-in. It was Bryan & chums who introduced me to the shenanigans around the night before Halloween “Gate Night”, ten or so participants, laughing so hard we’d almost be sick. The next morning our ribs would be giving us some pain. My Heartfelt Condolences to all of the Everett extended family. - Posted by: Laurence (Laurie) Russin (Old Friend) on: Nov 28, 2020

  • I am saddened to hear of Bryan’s passing. Please accept my sincerest condolences. I will always cherish having had him in my life. He was admired by many. - Posted by: Gilles Bilodeau (Co-worker/friend) on: Nov 28, 2020

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