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Carmichael BrianCARMICHAEL, Brian Andrew - (May 31, 1968October 7, 2019) - Andrew Carmichael of Brampton passed away peacefully at Brampton Civic Hospital on Monday, October 7, 2019 after a valiant battle with cancer.

He was the loving husband of the late Jane Lindsay (nee Pollock), survived by his cherished daughter Maegan (Jess), beloved son of Glenna and Paul Carmichael and son-in-law to Val and Jim Pollock.

Brian will be tremendously missed by his brothers and sisters, Glen Carmichael (Heather), Andrea Scott (Rob), Susan Buchanan (Paul), Rob Carmichael (Bibiana), Karen Henderson (Steve) and Jane Kennedy (Kevin).

Treasured uncle of Courtney Scott, Nicholas Carmichael, Cameron Buchanan, Kaitlyn Buchanan, Brandon Henderson, and Brianna O’Donnell.

Fondly remembered by Aunt and Uncle Barb and Bob Martin, and cousins Josh (Shelley) and Julie Kuiper (Gary). Brian will also be greatly missed by Ken Pollock and Laurie (Gus) Vagenas, as well as nieces and nephew, Lindsay, Taylor,and Chris Vagenas.

The families are grateful to all his friends and neighbours who watched over Brian and supported him during his difficult Journey. Brian was an enthusiastic fan of NASCAR, Judge Judy, and Corvettes. He was also an accomplished drummer and an overall music lover.

The families extend their heartfelt thanks to the compassionate care workers who attended to Brian in his home and to the many Doctors and Nurses at Princess Margaret and Brampton Civic Hospitals.

Memorial visitation at Andrews funeral home, Brampton on October 12th from 10:00 a.m. until a Celebration of Life begins at 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

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