Brian McGregor

August 6, 2021 14 Condolences Print Obituary

At the much too young age of 58, Brian McGregor went to take the best seat from above for his beloved Sunday NASCAR races. Wednesday July 28, 2021 Brian suddenly and quickly passed while snorkeling on a tropical holiday.

 In addition to being a NASCAR fan, Brian loved his Edmonton Oilers, Toronto Blue Jays, and Saskatchewan Roughriders.  Brian also enjoyed playing softball and loved to play the position of pitcher for several teams.  More importantly than his love for sports, his greatest accomplishments were his two children Kaylynn and Braden.

 Brian is survived by his daughter Kaylynn and husband Talon Starrak.  Papa to their children Tenley, and Brynn Starrak.  Son Braden McGregor, Chrissie Draper and her children Hayden and Quinn.  Mother of his children Fay McGregor.  His current life adventure partner Cindy Aarts.

 Brian also leaves to mourn his siblings Cameron (Shirley), Diane (Glen) Fode, Michael (Glenda), Susan (Roy) Steidel, Larry (Denise), and David (Stephanie).  Uncle Brian had waaaaay too many nieces and nephews both by direct family relation and family by choice.

 Predeceased by his mother Elsie (Russ) Bohne and father Jack McGregor.

 Although Brian is still currently on vacation in the Dominican Republic arrangements will be made upon his return to celebrate his life both in Edmonton and Medicine Hat.

 Please raise a glass of rum in remembrance to toast Brian!

  1. We are so very sorry for your loss.

  2. My heart and thoughts are with you. Kelly Ruddy

  3. So very sorry for your loss
    Pauline

  4. This journey of life is so precious my condolences to the family

  5. So very sorry to learn of Brian’s passing. Brian was a dedicated and hard worker who will be missed. Sincerest condolences to his whole family and loved ones. He will be never be forgotten.
    Rest In Peace Brian 💞
    Claudine

  6. AOM ❤️

  7. I first met Brian about 6 years ago playing ball in Stony Plain and he grew to be a great friend to both me and my late husband Al. I am so very sad to hear of his passing. He was a great friend and ball coach. He helped me improve my ball game and was always so kind to our son. I hope you and Al are up there reminiscing about good times. Rest easy Brian, you will be missed ❤️

  8. I Love you Dad. You will be so missed 💔

  9. My sincere condolences to Brian’s family and friends. This is devastating news, my heart goes out to you all. On behalf of myself and Hazmasters, we are very sorry for your loss.

  10. My sincerest condolences to Brian’s Children, Family and Friends. It was a pleasure working and knowing Brian over the last few years. Our office won’t be the same without your presence. Rest in peace, Brian. You’ll be greatly missed by the ServiceMaster team.

  11. This is very disheartening and surprising to hear. Our very sincerest condolences to extended family and friends. Brian, you will always hold an incredibly special place in me and family’s hearts for what you did for us and our son during a very difficult time. You showed us a beautiful side of genuine care and love in times that was the only way to start a healing process. You will truly be missed.

  12. What a selfless soul. Was always willing to help in any way he could. It was a pleasure to know and work with Brian, and consider myself lucky to have been able to call him a friend. You are so very missed Brian ❤️

  13. My condolences to Brian’s family. Brian was a great guy, cared about those around him, always good for a laugh, and I respected his knowledge on so many topics. He will be missed at ServiceMaster.

  14. I’m so sorry for your loss.

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