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Brian Richard Scott

February 25, 1944February 6, 2020
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Brian Richard Scott was born on February 25, 1944 and passed away on February 6, 2020.

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  • Memorial Service Friday, February 21, 2020

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Patricia Jarvis

February 16, 2020

Christina and Danielle

My sincere condolences to you both and the family. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this time.

Brian and I met through scouting when he joined my pack as a leader while enrolling his son Eric as a cub. He and his family were a great asset to the 115th Cub Pack. You will be missed.

Pat and family

Paul Briscoe

February 16, 2020

I had never met Brian in person. We met through our shared hobby of Amateur Radio, completely by chance as these things go, and quickly became friendly acquaintances. Any time one heard the other pop up on the air, conversation ensued, about almost any and every topic. Countless times we chatted about whatever topic as I was out doing errands and he was relaxing in the yard, and over time discovered we had mutual friends in the hobby (also as these things go), so always something to idly pass the time talking about.
Talking with Brian always put a smile on my face, he was just one of those guys who made you feel good just in how he talked, his relaxed, thoughtful and kind nature came through with every word. He was a fine gentleman, and a first-class radio operator.
My condolences to his family and friends, we've been blessed to have had him, so I won't lament that he's not here now, I will celebrate that he was. Safe journeys and good radio propagation be with you, my friend. // 73 paul

Lisa Weeks

February 14, 2020

Our hearts and thoughts go out to your family. We will always remember Brian's warm smile. His smart wit and humour entertained us all as we shared laughs and stories at Val's get togethers.

With you in this sad time,
Lisa, Pete and Stuart

Sarah Burrell

February 12, 2020

Brian was one of the first neighbours I met when we moved onto Marlow Avenue. He was such a warm person that had the ability to immediately put you at ease and make you feel welcome. We had many great chats about how much our dog Hachi reminded him of his and Christina's beloved Great Pyrenees dogs. I always left conversations with a smile on my face, and a deep appreciation for our wonderful neighbours. Christina, I am so sorry for your family's immense loss. Brian will be dearly missed.

Andrea Luey

February 12, 2020

Brian and Christina were the first people that we met when we moved in across the street from them seven years ago. They both made us feel so welcome. Every time that Brian saw our children he greeted them by name. This past week as we all felt sad we also took the time to remember special things about Neighbour Brian. Our Alice (age 7) said "I liked that Brian would be out gardening on every beautiful summer's day." This is how we will remember him. We are fortunate live on a very special street. Brian helped to make it so special.

Christine Foley

February 12, 2020

I always enjoyed Brian's sense of humor and looked forward to his talks over the garden fence.

I'm sure he is sharing his jokes with everyone else in a better place right now.

Henk and Harmina Gerber

February 11, 2020

Dear Brian, always far away from the Netherlands. As a Brother in law we never met you face to face and that's a pitty. Sometimes we spoke you on the pfhone, but mostly it was Christina we spoke to. We are very sad that there was no time left to meet you in person. But you are always in our mind.
R.I. P. Deze Brian
😘😘😘😘😘

Josée Daniëls-van Amstel

February 11, 2020

Dear Christina,

Please accept my heartfelt sympathy and condolences at the passing of your husband Brian.
I wish you and your family strength in this time of sorrow.

With kindest regards,
Josée

Elaine Upper

February 10, 2020

Dear Christina and Danielle

We are so sorry for your loss and are keeping you in our thoughts. We know Brian will be greatly missed.

Take care,
John and Elaine Upper

Marga Dames-Brandjes

February 10, 2020

Dear Christina and family,

Although I have never met you, I still want to give my condolance to everyone with the passing of Brian.

We, Joop and myself wish you and the family a lot of strength for the time to come!
The only thing I can say is that he is in good hands.

Dames-Brandjes ❤❤❤

FROM THE FAMILY



It is with great sadness that we must announce the passing of Brian Richard Scott of Toronto Ontario at the age of 75. Surrounded by family, Brian passed peacefully to mark the end of his brave fight against cancer.

Devoted husband to Christina, father to Eric (Sharon) and Danielle (JP), grandfather to Madelyn, Nick and Parker, Brother of Diane (Steve), Uncle to John, Stephanie and Leanne, he and his sense of humour will be sadly missed forever.

Brian worked to provide for his family at the Toronto Transit Commission. As a retiree, Brian enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren, watching birds and enjoying the peace of nature.

Please gather to celebrate his life at Trull Funeral Home, 1111 Danforth Avenue, Toronto on Friday February 21st, at 1:15 pm.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation care of Michael Garron Hospital.

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