Arnold, Brian Wayne – July 21, 1969 – June 1, 2019. We are very sad to announce the passing of Brian at St. Joseph’s Hospital ICU, peacefully with his family beside him. He is predeceased by his father, Donald B. Arnold of Dundas, and his grandparents Leslie and Eileen Sharman of Ancaster. Survived by his mother Leslie Moran (nee Sharman) and step-father Dennis Moran of Dundas, his step-brother Darrick Moran (Tracey) of Waterford, his sisters Meagan Moran (Tyler Ulakovic) of Cambridge, and Colleen Moran (Jake Mills) of Lynden, his nephews Jase and Cole, and nieces Sydney, Indigo and Freya. Thank you to the staff of St. Joseph’s Hospital, his aunt and uncle Bruce and Louise Moran and our friends and neighbours. Brian was a kind, thoughtful person who will be missed very much. Cremation has taken place. Friends will be received by the family on Sunday afternoon from 1:00 until the time of Brian’s Service at 3:00 at the Turner Family Funeral Home, 53 Main Street, Dundas. Donations to the Canadian Diabetes Association or St. Joseph’s Healthcare Foundation, in lieu of flowers, would be appreciated by the family.
For Derrick and family,
So sorry for your loss….
We wish to express our sincere sympathies to Brian’s family. Brian has been a great neighbor for the past 12 years and we will miss him.
Stan and Ginny Lasanowski
Our thoughts and prayers are with Brian’s friends and family.
The Mathieson Family
(Dundas Sea Cadets)
Sorry to hear of Brian’s passing. We worked together at Aecon Industrial. He was a great guy to work with. Rest in peace friend!
This is beyond words…he was my friend, my co-worker, my golf buddy every year for Lynden Lions, my go to for QA/QC audits for many years and the only guy I knew that would give all management a run for their money when their short-cuts didn’t match code. He was smart beyond his years and this truly comes as both a shock and a huge loss to those who truly knew him. You are now and will forever be missed my friend. If the family needs anything, please reach out. Rest in peace.
I have know Brian for many year and worked with him on numerous project. His passing comes as a hugh shock. He will be sorely missed by all that knew him. Rest In Peace my friend.