Bryan Eaton

Bryan Eaton

Sunday, October 27th, 1940 - Tuesday, April 21st, 2020
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passed away peacefully, after a short battle with Covid-19, on Tuesday, April 21, 2020 at Larkin Community Hospital, Fort Lauderdale. He was born in Toronto, to Richard and Phyllis (Adams) Eaton, on October 27, 1940. As a Business graduate, from Ryerson University, he worked for the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food for 27 years of highly recognized service. “Freedom 55” allowed him to indulge in his love of downhill skiing, various landscaping jobs, and 20 seasons at Chudleigh’s Apple Farm. Bryan and Nadine enjoyed travelling across Canada and the US in their motorhome. They also enjoyed vacationing in the Caribbean, Mexico, and took multiple cruises in many parts of the world. He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Nadine (Foster) Eaton. His children, David (Kim) Eaton, and Judy Eaton (Jeff Harmer). His brother John (Donna) Eaton, nephew Andrew Eaton, niece Natascha (Kevin) Brake and great nieces Isla and Ivy Brake. He was a very loved Grampy, to grandchildren Zachary and Wyatt Eaton, Hayley, Brandon, and Ryan Kri, and step-grandchildren Jacob and Ben Harmer. Bryan was a passionate person who lived life to the fullest. He lit up the room with his twinkling eyes, and infectious smile. He will be fondly remembered for his love of rum and Pepsi, and his one of a kind dance moves.

A Celebration of Bryan’s Life will be planned for a future date.

Memorial contributions to the Milton District Hospital Foundation, COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund, would be appreciated by the family.
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Lee Erskine

Posted at 01:12am
I remember so many things about Bryan. So many visits both to your home in Acton and Milton, and you at ours at our home on the shores of Georgian Bay with your RV. I was always excited to see you both, but Bryan always brightened my day and had me laughing so hard sometimes, I thought I’d never stop. Boy oh boy, on those occasions did my stomach ever hurt but in a great way! Bryan was a kind man with a twinkle in his eye that sometimes had you wondering just what he was up to! He always had a ready smile. He was a wonderful man in so many ways. I will miss him a great deal, Nadine, and I hope we can see one another on a happier occasion, after we finally get to say goodbye to him. Love to you and all of the family. Sincerely, Lee Erskine

Linda Wallace

Posted at 08:32am
I was so surprised to hear of the sudden passing of my friend Bryan. I met Bryan at Glen Eden thru skiing. We shared a lot of laughs and words of wisdom on those rides up the hill Nadine and Bryan were very helpful to me when I moved from Oakville to Ancaster. I am so sad for you Nadine for the lost of your best friend and partner of 56 years. I will miss you Bryan.

Pauline Leslie

Posted at 01:23pm
Friends for a lifetime. Holidays , family gatherings, cruises, road trips and the list goes on. Our “ Crazy eights’ trip was just icing on a cake of wonderful events. We will miss Bryan oh so much.

Margaret Graham

Posted at 11:11am
Nadine, Judy, David and family,
We were saddened to hear of Bryan's death and offer our deepest condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time. We are sure you have wonderlful memories to hold in your hearts forever, Pat and Peggy Graham

joyce poth

Posted at 10:31am
Nadine you might not remember me but I taught in halton for many years and remember you. I was so very sorry to hear about your husband's passing and I understand as I lost Richard 4 years ago. very sad times ahead but hopefully, like us, wonderful memories. I live in Toronto now and would love to reconnect in the future if you ever want to.

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