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February 12, 1954 ~ September 4, 2022 (age 68) 68 Years Old
The family of Brian Laing are saddened to announce his peaceful passing on the morning of September 4th, 2022, with family by his side. Brian will be forever loved and missed by our mom, Dorothy, brothers Cal, Bruce (Darlene) and sister Sharla (Garrett), along with many nieces, nephews, cousins and extended family.
Born in Prince George on February 12th 1954, Brian grew up and made special lifelong friends that remain, Val and Liz, Eric and Roy, Ron and Marie, and Earl, with great memories made here.
Some have moved away, and Brian joined them over the years. His Alberta family, Jim, Terry, Randy, Arlene and Dolly will always hold "Barney" dear in their hearts. Thank you all for being such an important part our brother's life for so many decades.
May eternal peace be with Brian, as he is reunited with our dad Fred and our brother Barry, along with many aunts, uncles and other family members. He also joins his other mom, Alice, along with friends that left before Brian did, Murray, Fred and Mikey, to name a few.
Brian, being the quiet and guy of few words, never lost his wit and dry sense of humour, with stories and chuckles shared until his final day. Thanks to Dr. Turner, Dr. Lloyd, as well as the doctors with the Palliative Care Team, Drs. Closson, Grose, Reddy, and Joss for your kindness and expertise. Special thanks to Erica, you were Brian's favorite, thanks for being there for him, and for us.
To the staff of Rotary Hospice House, thank you for your excellent care and loving compassion. It is not understood of the integral service to the community you offer, until a family needs you. You are all truly angels.