CALHOUN, Brian Alan


It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Brian Alan Calhoun on February 28, 2018 in Leduc, AB, at the age of 67 years.

Brian was born November 13, 1950 in Edmonton, AB and is survived by his loving wife, Leslie; children, Shawna Calhoun (Patrick Hardon), Scott (Tess) Calhoun, Jennifer Capstick and Tony Capstick; and a treasure of grandchildren he held dear.  Also mourning him are his brother, Neil (Bev) Calhoun and his sister, Liz Calhoun.  Brian was predeceased by his parents, Alan and Dilys Calhoun.  Despite leaving us too soon, Brian’s memory will live on through his family and friends, his love for fast cars, lake life, renovations and woodworking.

Please join us for the Celebration of Brian’s Life Tuesday, March 13,m 2018 at 1:00 p.m. at the Daystar Church, Rollyview Road and Gaetz Road, Leduc, AB.

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Celebration of Life
Daystar Church

3610 Gaetz Road (Corner Rollyview Road and Range Road 250)
Leduc, AB, CA

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Val Snihur and the boys

Brian you will be missed. Its too early Brian. They wanted more time to spend with you.

Sincere condolences to Leslie and all family and Pat , Shawna and Scott

Neil Minogue

I grew up next door to the Calhoun’s and his brother Neil was my constant companion. Brian was a great role model. He will be missed, the world has lost Brian far too early.
Neil Minogue

Dawna Foster

Deepest condolences to Brian’s lovely family. I will forever remember Brian as the fellow with the ready smile and a hearty laugh with a deep affection for his family. I wish I could be there to join everyone in a toast to commemorate a life well lived – Brian, you will be missed.

Larry Cole

Our condolences to the Calhoun family. Very saddened to hear of Brian’s passing. As a former Realtor, I can honestly say there just wasn’t a better home inspector. He was always my first choice for home inspections, did a really professional job.


I remember Brian as a reliable and good friend. Although I only knew him a short time he was always one I could come to ask advice of any problem I had out at the camp site. He replaced Dick as the “Burgermaster” of our group. Although we are not returning to Daystone you are one who made our visits entertaining. Lord Rest your soul and I hope you were greeted with a glass of your favorite wine. Sean

Anne and Bill Hill

Anne and I were very saddened to read Brian’s obituary.
The announcement brought back many Crestwood memories: having the McDonald family as new neighbours; Tony and Jennifer baby sitting for us; Tony creating mazes using cardboard boxes to keep our son Arden busy; Jennifer creatively being able to take a spoon and remove all of the chocolate inside a tub of Chocolate Ripple ice cream, (I tried but couldn’t match her); the swishing out of the sherry barrel; watching/admiring the patience required to train a lively boxer; but mostly just having nice neighbours.
Our sincere condolences to Leslie and all family members.
Anne and Bill Hill

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