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Brian Macartney Thursday October 7th 2021

Macartney, Brian
With great sadness the family announces Brian’s passing on October 7, 2021 following a short but courageous battle with cancer.
Brian is survived by his loving wife Suzanne (Galvin), his son Michael (Tomoko Akizuki) of Kitchener and his daughter Karen of Vancouver as well as his three grandsons Kien, Aiden and Ewan of whom he was so proud. Also survived by sisters Maureen Scott (Peter), Sharon Rosehart (Paul) and Faye Barrick.
Brian was a retired employee of the Grand Erie Board of Education. He was an avid bridge player, a member of The Bridge Club of Niagara, an enthusiastic golfer and an adventurous traveller.
Cremation has occurred and a private Celebration of Life will take place at a later time.
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Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Brian Macartney Thursday October 7th 2021..

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  1. Deepest sympathy to his family and friends. Brian was very involved at the Bridge Club and always made time to answer questions and share his love of bridge and sense of humour. He will be missed.

  2. So sad to hear this news. Brian will be missed by many who learned from him, played with him and played against him at the bridge table. His love of the game and his contagious humour will be remembered by many.
    Sincere sympathies to his family.

  3. My deepest sympathies are extended to Brian’s family. He was a wonderful teacher and director at the Bridge Centre of Niagara, and will be truly missed. I’m so glad I had the privilege of knowing him. May you treasure the many beautiful memories that you have.
    Bonnie Taylor Gillings

  4. Suzanne and Family………..So saddened to hear of Brian’s passing. Memories of Brian will live on. Our deepest sympathy and condolences. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

    Brid and Phil O’Reilly

  5. It’s with great sadness we received the news of Brian’s passing. Brian enjoyed life and taught us lots about bridge. He will be missed.

  6. I was shocked and greatly saddened to hear of Brian’s sudden passing. He was an excellent mentor to so many, an unrivalled teacher who could make every bridge lesson fun. His gregarious charm, clever wit and infectious laughter will be sorely missed at the club. My condolences to his family on their loss.

  7. I am saddened to learn about Brian and extend my condolences to his family. He was very kind and supportive to me and my husband David when we were struggling not to be intimidated by duplicate bridge as David wrestled with Alzheimer disease.

  8. Condolences to Brian’s family, As teacher , Brian would make Bridge lessons enjoyable with
    his wit, wisdom and particular humour creating fun and pleasure out of a serious card game.
    We shall treasure his gifts to the game that enriched our lives.

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