Brian Nugent Obituary – Passed Away!

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Brian Nugent Obituary – On October 22, 1971 I wedded my perfect partner. After 49 years, on our commemoration day, he gave me blossoms and we bid farewell. I will miss him so much yet he will be with me everlastingly in my heart. It is with awful misery we let you in on that Brian has finished his long term fight with stroke and dementia. Presently he can indeed walk, run, eat and talk. Furthermore, how might we not be happy for his independence from this long and troublesome disease.

Left to go on without him are his adoring and given spouse Edna (some time ago Dabbs), his wonderful girls whom he cherished beyond all doubt, Tracy Lynne Fler (Paul) and their kids Dawson, Ellis and Alia, and Lisa Joanne Nugent (Chris Carswell) and their kids Kai, Gabe and Finlay. Siblings Kevin Nugent (Nancy), Gerry Nugent, Sister Loretta Doyle and Sister-in-law Beatrice Howse. Brian was predeceased by his folks Alice and William Nugent, sibling Leo Nugent, brother by marriage Gerald Doyle and by guardians in-law Alice and Edward Dabbs and brother by marriage David Howse.

Brought into the world on Bell Island Newfoundland, Brian came to Ontario when he was twelve years of age and lived the greater part of his life in Cambridge. He was the most cordial, amicable individual you could at any point meet. It didn’t appear to issue where you voyaged he knew somebody there. He played some golf, jumped at the chance to bowl yet vehicles were his greatest energy. He began his functioning vocation at Ridgehill Ford Sales and finished it with his own Brian Nugent Sales, a since a long time ago held dream. He cherished his red 1969 Ford Fairlane convertible and could generally been seen in different processions or carrying a lady of the hour and husband to be.

He was a glad and long standing individual from the Knights of Columbus and Preston Legion. We might want to say an extraordinary thank you to St. Andrews Terrace Cambridge and their superb committed staff (too various to even consider referencing) for their adoration and care of Brian in his long term stay there. In this season of Covid-19 it is hard to bid farewell in any typical style. Incineration has occurred and a private family administration will be held. A Celebration of Life will be made arrangements for a later date and we trust whatever number as would be prudent will actually want to go along with us and offer their accounts of Brian.

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