Brian Michael Day


Brian Day passed away at the Drayton Valley Hospital on Thursday January 8, 2015 at the age of 61 years. He will be forever loved and lovingly remembered by his wife, Katherine; daughter, Jaycie; mother, Mary “Molly”, brothers, Terry (Wendy) and Barry (Deb); sister, Lorraine (Lindsay) Clark, as well as by extended family, work associates and great friends. Brian is predeceased by his father, Roy. The Day family wishes to extend their appreciation to all of the Doctors and Nurses who took such great care of Brian during his stay at the Drayton Valley Hospital. A Memorial Service will take place at the MacKenzie Conference Centre, 5745 – 45 Avenue, Drayton Valley, Alberta on Thursday, January 15, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. Memorial contributions in Brian’s honour may be made directly to CT4DV, 4550 Madsen Avenue, Drayton Valley, Alberta T7A 1N8.

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Sorry to hear about Brian’s passing. He had a big heart and we always enjoyed being around him in Oman. I will never forget him playing softball on the Canada team in the tourney we had in Muscat. All the best Kathy, Jaycie and family.

Kelly and Angela Jones

Ethel Milne

We were so saddened to hear about Brian’s passing. We enjoyed many happy years as friends while we all lived In Muscat, Oman.
Sympathies to Kathy, Jaycie and Family

Love Ethel and Tom Milne

Ted Thompson

Our sympathies to Kathy, Jaycie and family. We have many fond memories of Brian
while living overseas.

Ted & Trudy Thompson

wally seida

Sympathies to the family, Brian was a good friend of mine in our younger years.
Wally Seida

Debbie Firth

We are deeply saddened to hear of Brian’s passing. Our heartfelt sympathies go out to all of Brian’s family, Kathy and daughter, Jaycie, Molly, Terry, Lorraine, Barry and families.

May the Lord bless and comfort you and your families during this time of grief, especially knowing that Brian is no longer suffering.

With love and hugs from your Firth cousins in Moose Jaw, Lil, Sharon, Debbie, Stephen and Audrey.

Roger Lambert

Dear Kathy, Jaycie and family,

I am very sorry for your loss and I want to thank you for letting me both visit in September and then talk to you and holding the phone to Brian’s ear for me the night he passed.
I wouldn’t even know where to start with a story about Brian (Shad) as mostly what I know is he was always a good friend to me and he never changed no matter what all the years I was privileged enough to know him.
It is and always has been very easy for me to understand why so many people who knew him loved him.
The term “good guy” is often too loosely used, but in Brian’s case it was absolutely true.
It always meant a lot to me that you guys came to Sherry and I’s wedding and I will always be thankful for Shad’s friendship for over 40 years!
May he rest in peace and may your sorrow and grief be soon replaced with fonder memories.

Love Roger and Sherry Lambert

norman & Carol Stianson

Sorry to hear about the passing of your son Molly. Our deepest sympathy and condolences to you and your family
Your Rosewood family Norman & Carol Stianson

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