Brian Marshall

Brian Marshall

Friday, February 12th, 1937 - Sunday, March 7th, 2021
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Sophia gilpin

Posted at 07:44pm
I met Brian when my dad went to the nursing home that Monique was in. He was a great guy. We had many laughs together as we sat outside with dad and Monique. I remember him being kind, loyal, and had a great sense of humour. He shared stories with me that made me belly laugh!! My husband took a real liking to Brian as well. He found him to be a gentleman and always had a kind thing to say.
Your family doesnt know me but i want you to know that Brian was a lovely person both to me and even my mom when she became a resident at North Park.
We are sorry for your loss of Brian and also Monique. May they both rest in peace together.

Sophia and Rick Gilpin

Carole (Lundy) Klaver

Posted at 11:05am
Dear Sandra,
Like my brother, I too am sad to read of your Dad’s passing. We had many good times at the cottage. In particular, the tree felling (that landed on my Dad’s van) and a whole day spent canoeing to Sand Lake and back. We were both burned to a crisp. Those were fun times.
I extend my sincere condolences on his passing.

Craig Lundy

Posted at 08:10am
Dear Sandra,
I am so sorry to read of your Dad's passing. There are so many great memories i have of him, your mom and yourself at the cottage and in Toronto....your family was a big part of my childhood and adolescence and had a huge impact on me. I've missed you. Your Dad had a huge heart and was well loved by all who were fortunate enough to call him a friend. Craig.

Dee Dee Coull

Posted at 04:16pm
Dear Sandra & Family,

Please accept my deepest condolences on your fathers passing. I was so sorry to learn today that your mother had passed away in November. How devastating it must be to lose both of your parents in the span of a few short months. My heart goes out to you.
I remember babysitting both you and your brother on many a Saturday night and your father driving me home afterwards. He would never let me walk the 5-minute sprint home from your apartment on Grandravine to our house on Sentinel. That was just a small example of the caring and considerate man that he was.
I also remember that my mother Irene would enjoy it when Brian spoke french to her. He inherently knew how to put people at ease and make them laugh at the same time.
I admired both of your parents for the kindness and class that they always displayed.

Take care,
Dee Dee (Devost) Coull

Denise Levesque

Posted at 01:16pm

Hi Sandra:
We wish to send you our condolences for the passing of Brian. We have known each other since we were little kids, growing up 2 doors away from each other, so there are so many memories to share. As a kid I will always remember the time your dad took all of us to High Park, he bought us popcorn in a box and when I reached in I did not see that there was a bee inside the box, it stung me between my fingers. Your father was so upset but he got ice to take down the swelling and held me in his arms until I stopped crying. In my eyes I always thought of him as 'The Friendly Giant' which back then there was a show called that. He reminded me of him because he was so tall and seemed like a giant to me . Brian had a big heart and would do anything you asked of him. When my oldest brother (Uriel) dropped out of school at 17, Brian got him his first job at Hallmark, they put him through the mechanical trade and he never looked back. My parents were so grateful to Brian as their son now had a career and he did very well at Hallmark until his passing at a young age.
I could write many stories but these are ones that always come to my mind.
Our families were always so fond of each other and Brian will always be in our mind and our hearts.

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