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Brian James Pottier
June 17, 2020
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<div itemprop="description">Brian.J. Pottier 1953-2020 <br>It is with heavy hearts and deep sadness that the family announce the sudden passing of Brian on June 16. He was a devoted and loving father to his daughter Jessica (Pierre), and a much loved brother to Katherine (Dave), Don (Gwenne) and Loraine (Ralph). He was a loving step son to Anita Selman. <br> <br>Adored Uncle to Elizabeth, John, Samantha (Simon), Richard (Jessica), Ryan, Krystal (Cas), Dylan (Colin) and his great niece, Rose. <br> <br>He will be sadly missed by his one time step daughters, Monique, Michelle and Melanie, as well as all of his Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, and friends. <br> <br>Brian was pre-deceased by his loving parents, Richard. J. Pottier and Florence Muise, as well as his brother, Ken Pottier. <br> <br>Brian was born in P.E.I, into a Military family, so having moved around in his life, he ended up in Montreal, Qc., after having joined the Military himself and serving 25 + years, retired there. Everyone who knew Brian, knew him to be a funny, sometimes goofy, kind, sensitive, sentimental and giving person, who would help anyone in need. He was a multi talented man who's talents ranged from "Computer Geek", Musician, Cook, Baker and a collector of any new "gadget" that would become available. He was especially talented at making Sentimental CDs for his family members, whom he loved so much. His mission in life was to make his family & friends feel loved and happy. <br> <br>He was most passionate about family, and family history. He was never happier than when he was with them, most especially his daughter, who was the light of his life. <br> <br>Brian's most favorite place on Earth was Nova Scotia, and he would look so forward to going there every chance he got. When he was there, he was most happy playing his Country tunes and "Oldies" on his guitar at the impromptu Kitchen Party sing-a-longs, with his family and friends there. <br> <br>Sleep peacefully, Brian. You will be sorely missed. <br> <br>A small private service will be held on Sat. June, 27th. @ 2:30 p.m, with visitation for family members before the service. Cremation to follow. His ashes will be brought "Home" to N.S., for burial, at a later date, when circumstances permit. <br> <br>For those wishing to honor Brian , they may make donations to The Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada, The Canadian Cancer Society or any charity of your choice. <br> <br>The service will be lived streamed at the following link; <br>http://www.livememorialservices.com/Home/ServiceDetail/6471</div>