Bryan Elliot Davis

October 25, 1951May 26, 2015
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Bryan Elliot Davis was born on October 25, 1951 and passed away on May 26, 2015.



  • Memorial Visitation Saturday, May 30, 2015
  • Memorial Service Saturday, May 30, 2015


  • Cremation

Bryan Elliot Davis

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Joy Dale

June 9, 2015

Just learned of Bryan's passing today. I had the absolute pleasure of working with him at Borden Ladner Gervais. Always a kind, sharing man. I can only imagine the loss you must be feeling.

Please accept my condolences. My thoughts are with you.

Joy Dale

Annie Green

June 4, 2015

I am truly sadden to hear of Bryan's passing. Heaven received two angels on May 30th, 2015 as my father's funeral services were held on that day at 2 pm as well. Heaven is an awesome place and I am sure they are resting and looking down on us and smiling. I extend my sincere condolences to the family and pray for strength as we grieve the transition of our loved ones.

Ariel Goldblatt

June 3, 2015

Most heartfelt condolences to Bryan's family. I took one online course with Bryan so many years ago and it really transformed my thinking. He was so generous with his knowledge and so inspiring. So sorry for your loss.

Myrna Espeut

June 3, 2015

Condolences to Bryan's family.
We would met Bryan just about every time he was in Barbados and it was always a pleasure to be in his company....what an infectious and genuine smile.
Although I am sad th hear of his passing I am still smiling when I remember the delight he had and gave all when he read the poem he had composed for Monica at her Birthday Party. And again the way he beamed when he share the news of expecting to be a grandfather.
RIP Brian

Donald McDavid

June 1, 2015

My sincere condolences to Monica, Peter and all of Bryan's family. Unfortunately I only learned of his death today and was not able to join you at the funeral.

Norman Dash

June 1, 2015

To Bryan's Family: Please accept my very sincere condolences. I unfortunately missed the funeral but my thoughts were most certainly there.

I met Bryan in business several years ago and will always remember, from a business perspective, his sharp intellect, his creative ideas, his ability to tread fearlessly on new ground and his great communications skills. From a personal perspective, I found that Bryan had an affable personality, a very good-natured approach to life and, above all, the most warm and welcoming smile. I enjoyed our chats and was always happy to see him in our meetings. I thought of him as a gentle giant.

May he rest in peace and may you be blessed with the strength to carry on in a manner with which he would be pleased.

Sandy Weiner

May 31, 2015

How to say good-bye with love when my heart and head want to hold on and yet my inner self knows that it's time to let go?
Bryan, I am thankful that you we had the opportunity to be in this world together, to enjoy life and truly be, laugh, learn, explore, grow and just be.
Bryan you brought love and beauty into this world beyond your vast intellect, some will live on and others may never see the light of day, like your music and you poetry, your unfinished books, your inner thoughts. I still wish that he stopped long enough to bless us with you book on love

Ray Yenkana

May 31, 2015

I am very sad to hear this, but I am glad we spent some time together on my trips to Toronto. Our condolences to the family. I will miss you ole buddy! You will be in my thoughts every time i land a fish! Ray Yenkana

May 31, 2015

So sorry to hear of Bryan's passing. While I had not seen him for many years, I will always remember his kindness and generosity, and his beautiful infectious smile. He was a man who lived and breathed peace and justice. My condolences to Joanne, Sonya and Jason.
David McNally, Toronto

Elma Cole

May 30, 2015

To Monica, Peter and all of Bryan's family,
Although we all grew up together in Guyana I did not really get to know you Bryan until a few years ago. Bryan you were a super cousin to have and you will be sadly missed. We will never forget your wonderful stories about our common past. and our early life in Guyana..
Cousin Elma & Tony