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FREDERICKSON: Bryan Murray Frederickson passed away peacefully on Monday, June 7th, 2021. Bryan was born to Murray and Joyce Frederickson in Winnipeg on August 2nd, 1952. They resided in Baldur, Manitoba until 1956 when the family moved to Brandon. Bryan attended school in Brandon before starting his career at Manitoba Public Insurance where he worked for 34 years until his retirement. Bryan married Linda Jean Carrick on July 6th, 1974. Together they raised their family a daughter Kerri, and son Michael until Linda's passing. Bryan was an avid curler and competed in the super league until a back injury sidelined him. He enjoyed spending time with family at Pelican Lake and spent many hours towing Kerri, Michael and their friends behind the boat. He also coached Michael's minor ball team for many years. Bryan later met Yvonne Fontaine and resided in Pine Falls until his passing. Bryan was predeceased by his wife Linda Frederickson, parents Murray and Joyce Frederickson, and father-in-law Herb Carrick. Bryan is survived by daughter Kerri (Jeff) Bridges, grandson Ethan; Son Michael (Lauren) Frederickson, granddaughters Lily, Emma, and Addison. Partner Yvette Fontaine and family. Sister Sharon Frederickson and mother-in-law Jean Carrick. As per Bryan's wishes a private family graveside service will be held at a later date. If friends so desire a donation can be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation.
As published in Brandon Sun on Jun 12, 2021
Condolences & Memories (5 entries)
I knew Brian and his family for about 20 years, they were my neighbors and I am sorry for your loss. - Posted by: Fran Bridges (Friend ) on: Jun 18, 2021
It is with the deepest sadness I say goodbye to Bryan. I worked with him for many years at MPI in Brandon. He was a good man and a good friend. I lost touch with him over the last few years but I still considered him a good friend. My condolences to his family and friends and may Bryan rest in peace. - Posted by: Bob Smith (Friend) on: Jun 17, 2021
Bryan and I grew up together on 2nd Street. We enjoyed many hours playing hockey at the community center. Later we both took up curling and golf and spent years learning and enjoying the sports. I moved to Winnipeg and lost touch with Bryan. My condolences to Sharon and the rest of his family Kerri, Micheal and the grandchildren. - Posted by: Al Kenyon (Friend/cousin) on: Jun 15, 2021
We were very sorry to hear about Bryan’s passing. We have known Bryan for many years. I worked with him at AutoPac until my retirement. Since then we lost touch. Our condolences go out to the family. Rest in peace Bryan. - Posted by: Len Wenger (Friend ) on: Jun 13, 2021
We were saddened to learn of Bryan's passing. I worked with Bryan from 1978 until his retirement at MPI. So many great memories - he was such a pleasure to work with. Our deepest sympathy to all of you! Gisele - Posted by: Gisele & Rob Roziere (Former coworker) on: Jun 13, 2021
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