An Update Regarding COVID-19 

We would like to reassure our families that Bergeron’s will continue to remain open to serve our communities during this time of uncertainty. We are striving to keep our community, our families, and our staff safe. 

The government has taken measures to limit public gatherings to very small groups, and we are trying to ensure that the number of people entering the funeral home remains within those guidelines. We ask our families to please call before coming in, so we can provide you with information and options in regards to the funeral arrangement and safety for all.

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Brian Vernon

Brian Vernon

May 31st, 1947 - January 16th, 2020
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Brian Earl Vernon, resident of Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia passed away on January 16, 2020 at the age of 72. He was born May 31, 1949 in Bolton, England and immigrated to Canada in 1969 when he was 19 years of age.

Brian worked as an electrician most of his working years, and ran his own company Brian’s Electric Inc. When he and Lucie moved to Tumbler Ridge in 1995, Brian worked at the Bull Moose and Wolverine Mines.

He was a friendly and thoughtful person, always willing to help anyone that might need it, and did so with a smile. He will be fondly remembered by his spouse of 35 years, Lucie Mantla, his mother Joyce, sister Julie (Bob), and nieces Tessa and Stephanie.

At Brian’s request, no service will be held. Lucie would like to thank everyone from the bottom of her heart who helped them during Brian’s illness and death. She also expresses a special thank you to The Lion’s Club members, Forever Young Society, Julie Macintosh, and Patrick Kearns.
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david Kay

Posted at 06:58pm
It is with sadness that I heard of the passing of my good friend, Brian. We have known each other for over 50 years since before we emigrated to Canada together in 1969. We both grew up in Bolton, Lancashire and we both wanted a better life so we decided to come to Canada. We have kept in touch by phone over the years with all our different moves around Canada. I will miss his friendship and our conversations. Condolences to his wife Lucie and family back in England.
David Kay
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