In memory of
Brian Pattison
October 12, 1948 - November 15, 2021 - Age 73

Brian Everatt Pattison, born in Ontario on the 12th of October, 1948, passed away Monday November 15th, 2021 at the age of 73 years. Leaving his beloved partner, Judy Champion, his two children Cheryl 'Sam' Griffin (fiance, Jason Schnieder) and Ryan Pattison (partner, Shawn Donaher), along with their mother Sheila Pattison and his younger brother Carl; four grandchildren he lovingly referred to as "the Rugrats": A.J Feeg, Hunter and Kennedy Griffin, and Jurney Davies to cherish his memory. He was predeceased by his parents, Jean and Everatt 'Pat' Pattison.

Brian was a Commanding Officer with the Medicine Hat Air Cadets for over 20 years, and had a lifelong career as a firefighter at CFB Suffield until his retirement. He was a quiet man with a dry sense of humour, in which his family couldn't get enough of. His cats, Bailey and Boots brought him great joy. Brian procured an endless passion when it came to his collectables. During his life, he never hesitated when he knew someone was in need of help and was the first to offer his hand.

A truly remarkable man from the very beginning. He is loved and will be missed.

Brian will be silently remembered by his family and friends. To e-mail an expression of sympathy, please direct it to: office@pattisonfuneralhome.com subject heading: Brian Pattison.

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Message from Brendan McLoughlin November 18, 2021
You will be missed
Brendan McLoughlin
Message from Mike Kerrigan November 18, 2021
I worked with Brian in the fire service for many years. Brian was a great guy definitely some great memories. Hugs and prayers to the family
Mike Kerrigan
Message from Mike Kerrigan November 18, 2021
I worked with Brian in the fire service for many years. Brian was a great guy definitely some great memories. Hugs and prayers to the family
Mike Kerrigan
Message from Elly Twork November 18, 2021
There are many great memories of time spent with Brian. He was a good guy. Brian always took time to stop and have a chat. Brian and my late husband Manny were good friends and many fun times were shared together with Brian. Sending sympathy and hugs and prayers to his family at this sad time of loss.
Elly Twork
Message from Dorothy Binions Barton November 19, 2021
I was sorry to read the passing of Brian. His Mother and Dad chummed with my Mother and Dad. Marie and Ed Binions, his Dad and my Dad worked together in New Toronto, Ont. at Goodyear, I also remember Carl. my thoughts and prayers are with you.
Dorothy Binions Barton
Message from Karen (Seeen) Wingenbach November 19, 2021
I’m so sorry for your loss. Brian was a great asset to what ever he took on. He was one of my Captains in Air Cadets. He he a credit to his station. I am proud to say I knew him. May your wonderful memories of him stay with you forever as my memories do of my time in Cadets with him.
Karen (Seeen) Wingenbach
Message from Canadian Military Engineers November 19, 2021
The Canadian Military Engineers extend to you and your family our deepest sympathies in your time of sorrow with the passing of Brian Pattison.

Major General D. Benjamin, CMM, CD (Retired)
Colonel Commandant of the Canadian Military Engineers
https://cmea-agmc.ca/cme-family-last-post
Canadian Military Engineers
Message from B Traynor November 21, 2021
From all the Firefighters at CFB Suffield Fire Department, we would like to offer our condolence's to Brian`s family.
B Traynor
Message from Susan Pomreinke November 22, 2021
My deepest sympathies to the family with the passing of Brian. May you be comforted by memories of the good times. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
Susan Pomreinke
Message from Lovell McDonnell November 22, 2021
So Sorry to hear of Brian passing away. Deepest Sympathies to all of his Family.
I worked many years with Brian in the CFB Suffield Fire Dept. He was a good guy to work with and always made the time to visit with others when ever meeting up with him. This will be a very sad time for you all. Take Care of your selves.
Lovell McDonnell
Lovell McDonnell