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Brian Jackson

February 25, 1939 - October 28, 2016


It is with heavy hearts and wonderful memories that we say goodbye to Brian Jackson. Brian died peacefully at home after a short but courageous battle with cancer. He could kick the heck out of a soccer ball but could not kick this disease.

Brian was born in Liverpool in 1939, the youngest and most mischievous of seven children. He spent his younger years biking to Wales, hanging with his mates and courting the love of his life, Marge. In the 1970s, they packed up his Elvis records and immigrated to Canada to find a new life.

Brian worked for many years at the mill and was well known for his love of soccer, darts, lawn bowling and questionable jokes. He loved to make people laugh and always had a funny story to tell. Brian and Marge loved to travel and shared 55 years of adventures and memories.

Brian is survived by his wife Marge and his daughter Gaynor. He also leaves behind one brother, Billy, and many nieces and nephews whom he loved to tease but completely adored.
We would like to thank all the wonderful medical professionals who supported him through this journey, in particular, Janet White, Sheena Fraser and Giselle Reyes. A special thank-you to our angel, Delma

An informal celebration of “The Life of Brian” will be held on Saturday, November 5, from 2-4 pm at Powell River Lawn Bowling Club. Friends are invited to come and share a story or two and raise a final glass in Brian’s memory.

In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to the charity of your choice.


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From: Sylvia Mitchell @Paul Mitchell
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From: Sylvia & Paul Mitchell
Relation: Friend

Brian you lighted up every ones life Marg ,Gaynor you had a priceless gem there left lots of memories Brian was a true scouser God Bless thinking of you Both Luv Syl xxxx

From: Robert & Margaret McMillan
Relation: Family friend

So sorry to hear about Brian,our thoughts are with you Marg and Gaynor,he was a very special person,the life and soul of the party and always had a funny joke or story to tell,he will be very much missed all our love and hugs. Rob Margaret,Kevin &

From: Val And Joe Gavin
Relation: Friends

So sorry Marge and Gaynor on the loss of your dear husband and father Brian. Our thoughts are with you both at this sad time. Much love. Val and Joe from Liverpool

From: Lee Berg
Relation: friend

Special thoughts for you Marg. Treasure his memories.

From: Edith Hlomies
Relation: Friend

Brian, God saw the road was getting rough
And hills were hard to climb
So he closed your weary eyelids
And whispered Peace be thine,
Peace be thine friend of mine , Condolences to Marge and Gaynor thoughts and prayers are wth you,Love Edith

From: Ivan and Suzanne Garneau
Relation: friends

Our sincere condolences…… we were so sorry to hear about your loss, our thoughts and prayers are with you, Marge and Gaynor.
Love, Suzanne and Ivan Garneau

Service Schedule

  Funeral Service

Date & Time:
November 5, 2016
Beginning at 8:13am

Lawn Bowling Club
5714 Marine Ave.
Powell River, BC Canada

5714 Marine Ave.
Powell River, BC Canada

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