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Neil Brimblecombe

June 7, 1942 - July 1, 2011

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On Friday July 1st, Mr. Neil Campbell Brimblecombe of Osoyoos passed away peacefully in hospital with his family at his side.

Neil was predeceased by his parents Ernest and Agnes as well as his brother Kerry.
He will be lovingly remembered by his family including his devoted wife Sharon. Daughters, Rachelle (Steve) McCready and Lynn (Fred) Wagner .
Grandchildren Blair, Aaron and Elyse and Katie. His brother Ernest (Marjory) and
sister Marion (Les) Hunt.

Neil worked many years for General Motors, Fisher Bearings. Neil ran his own consulting firm for many years after leaving GM.
He enjoyed vacations in many locations including Australia, Venezuela and Puerto Rico.
Neil also loved walking the sandy shore during sunset at Wasaga Beach.

Neil was Past President of the Osoyoos Chamber of Commerce and memberships included the Lawn Bowling Club and Toastmasters.
He won several sales awards over the years and loved to read, play pool and golf.

Donations may be made to the S.O. Palliative Care Unit, 7139 – 362nd Ave., R.R. # 3, Oliver, BC V0H 1T0 or the Canadian Cancer Society, Box 1872, Oliver, BC V0H 1T0
Condolences and tributes may be directed to the family by visiting www.nunes-pottinger .com
Private cremation arrangement entrusted to Nunes-Pottinger Funeral Service & Crematorium,
Oliver & Osoyoos.
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From: Nunes-Pottinger Funeral Service Staff

Nunes-Pottinger Funeral Service Staff send our condolences to family and friends. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

From: Kathy Lucier
Relation: worked at G.M. Diesel Division

On behalf of the GM Retiree Club, London, Ontario, our heartfelt condolences to Sharon and family. We haven’t seen Neil for a long time, but still remember him very well. My last memory of Neil was on the golf course golfing in the GM Golf League.

Kathy Lucier, President, GM/GD Retiree Club, London, Ontario

From: Charles Vincent
Relation: Friend of Neil's daughter Rachelle

Rachelle and family, so sorry to hear of your loss.

From: Andrea Thompson
Relation: friend of family

Rachelle, Steve, Aaron & Elyse,

Very sorry to hear of Rachelle’s dad’s death. Thinking of you.

Andrea

From: Lionel Hurst
Relation: General Motors Diesel

I was supprised and sorry to read of Neils passing. I worked for many years with Neil In the drafting department before I transferd to the Armoured Veicle product in a different building. We had a great group guys in drafting through the 70’s and early 80’s. Hard work at times but we had fun as well with after hours Baseball, some Hockey and bowling.
I remember Neil had a quiet sense of humour, you always had to be on your guard with Neil for you were never sure if he was putting you on or not.
I am sure he will be dearly missed by his family to whom I sincerly send my Condolences

From: Robert (Bob) W Haskett
Relation: Co-worker at GM Diesel Ltd.

Deepest condolences to Sharon and Family, Neil and I worked together many years at GM Diesel and Amertek in Woodstock. I enjoyed laughing with him on the golf coarse as well. He will be missed.

From: Diane Loyens
Relation: RMT London

Sharon, So glad you and Neil had time to” stop and smell the roses” in B.C. There are many fond memories of our conversations. You and your family are in my thoughts.

From: Pat Moauro
Relation: A good friend in London, ON

Sincere condolences to Sharon and family. I have fond memories of Neil when we served together on the Unity of London Board. We also attended a Board retreat/training together at Unity Village. I also have fond memories of Neil from our social outings with other friends from Unity. I appreciated his quiet, laid back style, and thoughtfulness, along with his wry sense of humour. Neil continues in a new phase of his spiritual journey.

From: Ursel Buchholz
Relation: Lawn Bowling

Dear Sharon.
My thoughts are with you. May God give you strength to deal with the loss of your husband Neil.
Ursel

From: Christine Yost/Larry Gabelman
Relation: Friend/Neighbour of George Lussier

Dear Sharon and family,
I am so sorry to hear about Niel’s passing. He will be lovingly remembered by all who knew him. Please accept our condolences at this time.
Larry and Christine

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Private service arrangements have been made.

Memorial Gifts

Memorial Gifts may be sent directly to:
Cancer Society or S.O. Palliative Care Unit, R.R. # 3, Oliver, BC V0H 1T0
 

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