Fountain, Brian Keith

November 28, 1953 – November 28, 2018
at the age of 65 years

Celebration of life: Royal Canadian Legion, Salmon Arm on Dec. 9, 2018 from 12:00 – 3:00 p.m.

Brian, age 65, passed away peacefully on Nov. 28, 2018 with his wife Katie by his side.
He was born in Rose Valley, SK on November 28, 1953.
He also leaves behind three sons Ryan (Rebecca), Keith (Kirsten) and Randy (Angela), three grandchildren, six sisters and three brothers.
Brian loved to dance to country music, playing crib, carpentry and socializing with his many friends.
A Celebration of his life will be held at the Royal Canadian Legion, Salmon Arm on Dec. 9, 2018 from 12:00 – 3:00 p.m.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to the SPCA would be appreciated.

8 Comments

  1. With love and remembrance, I will miss Brian’s sense of humor and forever cherish the time I got to know Brian. My thoughts and prayers are with Katie during this difficult time.

  2. Brian was a lifelong friend who was always there to help us and anyone who needed a hand. He will be always in our hearts. Our prayers go out to Katie and his children.

  3. To The Fountain Families:
    We are deeply saddened to hear of Our Cousin Brian’s passing. We will always remember Him
    With His Affectionate Smile and Good Humor. In the last few years of His Life, He suffered
    Greatly, but He is now in His Heavenly Home “ Making Music “ with Our Sister Fran, who were
    Truly like Brother and Sister. On behalf of Your Cousins Ken, Barb, Sheila, Diane, Cindy and
    Families, we send our Sympathies and Blessings to you all. I ( Sheila ) would like to Dedicate
    This Poem, in hopes that it COULD BE READ at Brian’s “ Celebration Of Life “ on Dec 9th.
    It has “ True Meaning for Me “, and I hope it will Enlighten All of You as well.

    LIFE IS BUT A STOPPING PLACE,
    A PAUSE IN WHAT’S TO BE,
    A RESTING PLACE ALONG THE ROAD
    TO SWEET ETERNITY.

    WE ALL HAVE DIFFERENT JOURNEYS,
    DIFFERENT PATHS ALONG THE WAY,
    WE ALL WERE MEANT TO LEARN SOMETHINGS,
    BUT NEVER MEANT TO STAY…
    OUR DESTINATION IS A PLACE
    FAR GREATER THAN WE KNOW,
    FOR SOME, THE JOURNEY’S QUICKER,
    FOR SOME THE JOURNEY’S SLOW.
    AND WHEN THE JOURNEY FINALLY ENDS,
    WE’LL CLAIM A GREAT REWARD
    AND FIND AN EVERLASTING PEACE,
    TOGETHER WITH THE LORD.

  4. Brian and I spent many a hour at the nearest Legion. He did most of the buying, a great and wonderful friend, always there when I needed any help. My condolences for all the pain and suffering you had to bear. Now Rest In Peace, my friend. I will never forget you and and your witty sense of humour, also your grand love of music.
    My thoughts and sympathy to Katie for her unwavering love and care of Brian
    With kind regards. Walt and Moyreen

  5. My sincere condolences to Katie and family. I spent some time with Katie & Brian whole I lived in SA and always felt at home with them. Two very wonderful people. No more suffering for Brian and may he be dancing in the sky with the angels. Take care dear Jatie and no I’m just a phone call away.
    Love Always
    Gaby

  6. Although I have not been in contact for a lot of years I will always remember the cute little boy from the Fountain Store!I know how close Brian was to sister Fran and for that I am so deeply grateful. Deepest sympathy to the Fountain Family and to Katie and Children.

  7. Dear Katie and Family,
    We are so sorry for your loss of Brian. I think the loving eulogies, given at his celebration of life service, were a testimony of how so many people experienced Brian’s life well lived. I hope those words and the knowledge of his love, will giveYou comfort in the days ahead.
    With Loving Sympathy,
    Cousins, Ingrid and Chuck

  8. Katie. I’m sorry to hear about Brian. I just read it in the paper.

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