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Brian Morrison
  • 66 years old
  • Date of birth: Jun 17, 1946
  • Place of birth:
    Forfar, Scotland, United Kingdom
  • Date of passing: Aug 3, 2012
  • Place of passing:
    Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Life is like a game; you can watch or you can participate – it’s your choice!

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Brian Morrison. Brian was born June 17th, 1946 in Forfar, Scotland and was the eldest child of four. Brian and His family moved to Calgary when He was seven years old. During his fifty-nine years in Calgary, Brian became passionate about many careers; these included teaching, real estate, coaching and an entrepreneur.

A typical week in the life of Brian comprised of lunch with his father, dinner with his children, Friday date night with Jacquie, 10:00 AM poker tournaments, watching his beloved sports matches, daily runs and all his children’s sporting events.

Brian had four children, Darcie, Chris, Jessie and Amy and a grandson, John Avery Christian, all who which he loved dearly. Jacquie and Brian were together for twenty years and over this time, developed a passion for life, fine dining, trips to Mexico and Las Vegas, their dogs Darla and Spanky

Brian passed away on August 3rd, 2012 at the age of 66. We will all love and remember Brian forever.

Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by John Walsh on 31st May 2013

"Although i hadn't seen Brian in a few years, i have often thought of him. At the memorial last summer, my main thought was that he had a "life well lived" and he knew where his priorties were in keeping you, Jackie and his kids, as number one.
God bless."

This tribute was added by jacquie fitzgerald on 24th May 2013

"The Deerfoot Inn and Casino is holding a Brian Morrison Memorial tournament on August 6 or 7 2013,  if you think you may attend please let me know.  jax1969@shaw.ca  we need to know how much room to book.  thanks!!"

This tribute was added by jacquie fitzgerald on 12th October 2012

"hey, thinking of my b on beer and pizza friday.  this isnt a tribute just letting everyone know he will never be forgotten and missing him every day. i love b"

This tribute was added by Darcie Nastiuk on 3rd September 2012

"Dear Grandpa, I hope that you will forever know that you were the "best Grandpa ever!" You taught me so many things and I promise that I will never forget you and I will never forget how much you loved me. Soccer and hockey will always be my favorite things to do and I will send you my love each day in my prayers. "I love you big time Grandpa" I miss you very much."

This tribute was added by Nikky Philip on 11th August 2012

""I believe that every person that you came into contact with took away something special from you. It was a delight to be able to laugh with you and listen to your wisdom about so many things. We will deeply miss you.""

This tribute was added by Alan Morrison on 10th August 2012

"I think maybe we all have found ourselves at one time or another in our lives, seeking out Brian for advice and counselling. Now that in no way applies to mechanic`s or the subtle art of painting...but for life`s challenges...he was always the one. As everyone knows, he was a good listener and he cared. And that was a powerful part of his character. We will all miss him terribly..........."

This tribute was added by Alex Paredes on 10th August 2012

"Thanks for inspiring me to be a better person. You were such a loving person to all those around you; I would be lucky to be half the man you were. I’ll relish my whiteboard forever, but more importantly the lesson you passed along with it. I regret having only 5 years to make memories with you; however I’ll always cherish the ones we have. I'll miss you forever and remember you always. <3"


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