On December 17th, 2020, in his 92nd year, Brian Grieve passed away after a brief illness. He was born in Hearst, Ontario, and his career took him from Ontario to Calgary, eventually settling in Victoria, B.C. upon retirement. Brian was an avid golfer, skater, and cyclist. He enjoyed a good book, and spent many happy days with his late son, Don, dear sister, Dorothy, and close friends Ken and Glenn Travers. He will be much missed by his loved ones: cousins Deb and Louise. He was predeceased by his parents; Maud and Tom Grieve. At Brian’s request, there will be no funeral, and his remains will be interred at Christ Church Cathedral in Victoria, B.C. Donations may be made to a charity of your choice in Brian’s name.

‘Earth has no sorrow, that Heaven cannot heal’

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  • Robert Smith

    I met Brina in his later years helping him with his sister’s estate. Very much enjoyed getting to know you. Appreciated our conversations which seldomly involved financial matters. I especially enjoyed our last lunch together at the Commons Restaurant prior to the pandemic. I cannot eat a cobb salad without thinking of you. RIP.

  • Louise Bacon

    Dear Brian you were so good to me when I visited in 2018, expecting to see Dorothy, but she died a few months before I arrived. Your kindness and delight in showing me around Victoria I won’t forget. A wonderful cousin to have. love Louise

  • Janis Creeden nee: Woodward

    RIP dear cousin. Till we meet again.
    Love Janis

  • Deb W.

    I miss our weekly conversations and updates. You, and your late sister, Dorothy, were wonderfully interested, kind, intelligent, people who made a great difference in my life, and your passing leaves a huge void. Best to you, dear Brian, and all our love and prayers for eternal happiness on this final journey.

  • Chris W.

    Brian was a wonderful man. We spoke often and I always enjoyed our conversations about faith, books and life experiences. He will be dearly missed. A very kind soul, always generous with his time. Rest in Peace, dear cousin.

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