In Memory of


Brian Coburn

Visitation

Sunday March 3rd, 2019 from 1 to 5 pm.

Service


Coburn; Brian Stewart.
Suddenly, at his home in Shelburne, on Thursday February 21st, 2019. Brian Coburn in his 42nd year, beloved husband of Loretta (Allen). Dear son of Dorothy Coburn and cherished brother of Jennifer. Sadly missed by his niece Hazel and his nephew Jacob. Fondly remembered by his aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

The family will receive friends at Rod Abrams Funeral Home, Tottenham, 905-936-3477 on Sunday March 3rd, 2019 from 1 to 5 pm. Donations in Brian’s memory to the Alliston and District Humane Society would be appreciated by the family. www.RodAbramsFuneralHome.com

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Memorial Tribute

“Brian Coburn”
  1. John Carrington wrote:

    Myself and my girlfriend would like to pass on our condolences to Loretta and Brian family..I will always remember seeing him walking from the cafeteria at work with a smile on his face and always socializing with everyone that he could at work..

    He will be greatly missed..

  2. The Wilson’s wrote:

    Loretta and Brian’s family and friends. We are so sorry for your loss and there are no words to ease your pain. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you all. I was new to town and new to kth, Brian was one of the first friendly faces to befriend me and welcome me in. I was grateful for that friendship and sharing gossip about our favourite shows and sports. I will miss you buddy and our talks. We will never watch the World Series again without having you right beside us. Till we meet again my friend.

    Wesley and Heather Wilson

  3. Wendy Simpson wrote:

    I had the pleasure of training Brian when he first started at KTH, and then working with him many times after. He was such a joy to be around, and we shared many laughs. My heart felt condolences to his Mother, Sister and the love of his life, Loretta.

  4. Jamie McGinty wrote:

    Rest in peace Brian. You were always such a great friend and I’m grateful for the memories I have with you, Beeton will never be the same.

  5. Shannon Legros McCullough wrote:

    My deepest sympathies to Brian’s family. He will always be remembered fondly. Always the smiley sweet little brother. My heart goes out to you all.

  6. Donna Knapp wrote:

    So very, very sorry to hear of Brian’s death. My sincere condolences to all.

  7. Elysse Leffell wrote:

    Remembering the days at your moms watching wrestling and listening to either RHCP or The Doors. Always greeted by Cleo. Condolences to Dorothy, Loretta and family

  8. Marianna McGill wrote:

    So sorry to hear this tragic loss!
    My condolences to Dorothy and the Coburn family! Sending you positive energy and prayers for the Family!
    RIP Brian!

  9. Jean and Keith Dale wrote:

    So so sorry for your loss. If there is anything we can do let us know

  10. Gary and Susan Coleman wrote:

    Dearest Dorothy, Jennifer and Loretta. We are so sorry for your loss. Please accept our sincerest and deepest sympathies on your loss. Tragic that such a young live is gone.

  11. Dan Aitchison wrote:

    Brian was my childhood best friend. I have so many fond memories with him. He taught me how to play baseball (he was an amazing baseball player as a kid), he introduced me to television, he always stuck up for me, I always loved having sleepovers at his house and I feel extremely lucky for growing up with him.

  12. Louise and Lyle Longhurst wrote:

    Dorothy and family, Our deepest condolences to you and your family.

  13. Lori Coburn Ough wrote:

    So sorry for your loss. We had many Classmates in high school believing we were related. Condolences to you all.

  14. Perry & Ann Coleman wrote:

    Dorothy: We are so sorry to hear the sad news. Please accept our sincere sympathies on Brian’s passing. Ann & Perry

  15. Ester Allen wrote:

    There are not enough words to ever explain the sadness this brings. To the man who loved my sister so dearly im happy she found you if even for a short time. You will be missed and never forgotten.Rest peacefully Brian. Sincerest condolences to all of his family and friends.

  16. bonnie robinson wrote:

    sending my condolence for the loss of your son –

  17. Nick and Tricia Walpole wrote:

    Dorothy and family, so sorry for the loss of your son, our thoughts are with you

  18. Samantha wrote:

    Always a happy, smiling guy with an excellent attitude at work. I respected him so much as a friend. Take care and Rest In Peace, Brian.

  19. Sylvia Vanhaverbeke wrote:

    My deepest sympathies to you Dorothy and to all those who knew and loved Brian. May all the fond memories of Brian help heal the pain of his loss.

  20. Brenda and Raymond Lisk wrote:

    Sending hugs and lots of love to you Dorothy, and to all of your family…..take care of each other now and in the days ahead…..so sorry for your loss of Brian!

  21. Susie Robinson wrote:

    Sorry for your loss.My Sincere Condolences

  22. steve coburn wrote:

    so sorry 2 hear this sending our condolence to the family

  23. Lindsay Salmon wrote:

    My sincere condolences to the entire family. I went to school with Brian & remember a caring, sweet & funny person. After reading the other entries I can see nothing changed. I pray that grief will be easier on you and you can relish in the memory of Brian with joy.

  24. Jim & Laurie Rosie wrote:

    Our sincere condolences to Dorothy and all who loved Brian. We will keep you in our thoughts and are nearby should you need anything.

  25. Linda McCullough wrote:

    Sending condolences to the Coburn family. Shocked to hear of Brian’s death.

  26. mary lowe wrote:

    Please accept my deepest condolences. Mary Mccague Lowe

  27. Joan Facey wrote:

    Dear Dorothy and family. Cannot imagine what a difficult time this is for all of you. Our deepest sympathies and our prayers and love are with you. Joan and
    Ivan.

  28. Patricia Beard wrote:

    Dorothy – My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family during this time.
    Sending you love, strength and peace for the many days ahead as you continue to adjust to a new way of life.
    Sending lots of hugs and love.

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