Dudgeon, Brian

Brian Dudgeon March 4, 1956- November 20, 2019

It’s with heavy hearts we announce the sudden passing of our loving father, Brian Franklin Dudgeon on November 20th, 2019.  Born in Montreal, QC March 4th, 1956 to loving parents Frank and Helen Dudgeon.  He was 1 of 4 siblings survived by Dwayne (Jo Anne), Michael (Monica), Kathryn (Gerry).  Brian had 2 children Taylor and Connor Dudgeon who he deeply loved.  Friends and family were the biggest part of Brian’s life whether he found them through the many sports teams he was a part of, through work or just over a couple of bottles of Canadian (with a chilled glass).  Brian spent much of his life traveling and living in many different places from Vancouver, to Montreal to Bermuda but home was always where his family and friends were. He will be greatly missed by a huge network of people who are now connected by a lifetime of memories and stories of Brian. Brian will forever be in our hearts and minds no matter the hour, the day the year.

As per Brian’s wishes donations can be made to the Sick Kids Hospital.

3 replies
  1. art Cattafi
    art Cattafi says:

    So Sorry to hear , my condolences to the whole family . Brian was a great friend , classmate and competitor !
    He will be missed !

  2. David Keenan
    David Keenan says:

    I am very sorry for the loss of your loved one
    I played sports in our youth with Brian and was just thinking about him last week wondering what had become of him
    A great teammate on our championship baseball teams he was a key pitcher and shortstop on our Cedar Park Braves teams
    May your happy memories bring you great peace

  3. Jeff Kostick
    Jeff Kostick says:

    I am so greatly saddened and shocked to hear of my good friend Brian’s passing. Brian was a great sole who touched all of our fellow Realtors with laughs, respect and sincerety. I will miss him greatly and remember all of the great moments that we shared over the years. God keep you at peace dear soul and to Brian’s family and friends, please accept my deepest and sincerest condolences.


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