Constable Brian J. ADAMS

Constable Brian J. ADAMS

May 4, 1954 – April 28, 2010

Brian passed away at Stoney Plain, Alberta after a lengthy and cruel battle with Parkinson’s Disease.

Brian is survived by his wife Cynthia, son Jordan, daughter Tiffanie (Chris), mother Maurene, sisters Joanne (Fred), Vicki (J.P.), Roberta (Robin) and brother Marc. He was predeceased by his father Robert in 2007.

Brian’s family moved to 100 Mile House in 1967, where Brian attended high school, graduating in 1972. The friends he made then became friends for life and stories of their escapades over the years brought much laughter to all.

After graduating, he moved to Prince George, married, and began to pursue his dream of becoming an RCMP member. That dream became reality and he lived it for 23 years, stationed first in Pincher Creek, Alberta and then Grande Prairie, Alberta and finally Edmonton, where he was forced to retire due to his illness.

Before his illness, Brian lived his life to the fullest. Working hard, playing harder and shocking the unsuspecting with his sense of humour. He would want those who knew him to lift a cold one to toast him on his way.

There will be a gathering of family and friends at 2:00 p.m. on May 15, 2010 at #57 Travellers Mobile Home Park, 375 Horse Lake Road, 100 Mile House, B.C.

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