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Brian Nixon

Brian Nixon

It is with heavy hearts that Brian Nixon passed away October 6th, 2020 at 58 years of age (born May 19th, 1962) with a short battle with cancer. He is survived by his wife Pauline, son Owen (Jane), and son Richard and predeceased son Adam (our beautiful angel), his grandchildren Aurelia and Harvey, whom he loved deeply, brother Steve (from England), Sister Diane (from England and family), Sandra (sister-in-law from England), Karen (sister-in-law and family), Kelvin and wife Jaime (brother-in-law and family), Damien (brother-in-law and family) and many nieces and nephews and many friends and co-workers.
Brian was born in Wolstanton England. He was a Commando Engineer with the British Special Forces for many years and was able to see 3/4 of the world.
The last few years of his life was spent as a Mechanical Supervisor with the University of Victoria, he had many friends and co-workers, and I am sure he will be sadly missed.
I would like to give a big Thank you to Victoria Hospice Team and the Palliative Response Team, I could not have done this without you all, if you would like to make a donation please send to Victoria Hospice Team who do an amazing job.
He was Honest, hard-working, intelligent, great sense of humour, but his greatest passion was his family.
RIP Brian forever loved with cherished memories your wife Pauline XX

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  • Sandra Larvan -

    I’m so sorry Pauline for your loss and the family’s loss I know Brian made you happy he’s going to leave a big hole in your lives but you have lots of lovely memories to cherish until you meet again xxxxxxxx

  • Bohdan Babyn -

    My heartfelt condolences to you Pauline,& also to Brian’s Family.

    It’s just not the same anymore in this World without Brian’s smile, his laugh, his presence & kindness.

    Missing you terribly every day my Friend.

    May God rest & bless your kind soul in heaven for all eternity.

    I know Brian is watching over all of us with love.

    Your friend always & forever.

    Bohdan Babyn

  • Barry Thompson -

    I am in shock the sudden passing
    of Brian. My good friend, Brian was such a positive influence to everyone who knew him. A great coworker and friend. Brian brought
    every day a bright light. He will
    be deeply missed. But his memory
    will live on in all of us. Till we
    meet again. Rest in peace Brian.
    My condolences and prayers to his family who he loved so much.

  • Chantal Sherburne -

    My deepest condolences to you Pauline my friend and your family. Forever in our hearts and will be forever missed.

  • Karen Haarsma -

    Brian was an amazing man and husband and a good friend to all that knew him . Will always be loved and greatly missed

    Karen and kenady ❤️

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