Sadly, on Tuesday, April 2, 2019, Adrian Haut died suddenly from lung cancer. Born in Victoria in 1948, Adrian left after his schooling to work, and then travel throughout Europe. He returned and joined the Provincial Government, retiring after 35 years of service as Manager of an LCB store. After retiring, Adrian and his wife, Moira, moved to the Comox Valley where he discovered a passion for golf. He was a member and dependable volunteer at the Glacier Green Golf Course. It was with members of the club that he took the trip of a lifetime to some of the best golf courses in Ireland and Scotland. Adrian and Moira were always avid travelers and took advantage of retirement to continue their adventures around the world. The past few winters were spent at their home in Mesa, Arizona. They made wonderful friendships with a group of fine people at the golf club in Apache Wells. Adrian was predeceased by his parents Lewis and Hazel and also by his nephew Kyle Higgins. He will be lovingly remembered by his wife, Moira McLaughlin; daughter Shannon Acorn; son Tyler (Zenovia) Haut and adored grandson Metro Haut; brother Gary (Lorraine) Haut and their family; sister Lynn (Gary) Green and their family; and Aunt Edith (Rennie) Dawson and their family. Adrian was a man’s man with a tender heart; a thoughtful husband, a wonderful dad and a great friend. “The big guy with the big smile and the long drive” will be missed by many. Don’t cry because it’s over Smile because it happened. A Celebration of Life will be held on Sunday, May 5, 2019 from 1:00 - 3:00 pm at Glacier Greens Golf Course (Knight Rd, Comox, BC).
Celebration of Life
Glacier Green Golf Course
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20 April 2019
Dear Moira and family. I am so sorry to hear of Adrian's passing. I remember how he made us laugh at our sorority mixed
socials. Take solace in that he will always be with you. Thinking of you at this difficult time.
13 April 2019
I had the good fortune to work with Adrian when he was the manager of the old LDB store in Colwood. He taught me the ropes but always gave me just enough rope with which to hang myself. That said, he was always there to reel me back in! Fond memories. He was a great manager, a kind man and I'm fortunate to have known him.
10 April 2019
Will always remember our visit to Mesa,a trip Lorraine and I will never forget. Rest In Peace my brother;
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