Marion Alicia “Gomie” Brun

Marion Alicia "Gomie" Brun

MARION ALICIA “GOMIE” BRUN.

Born January 8, 1911 in Point Grey Vancouver, middle of 4 siblings, Marion loved to sketch, to swim, and play tennis.

After meeting husband

Lucien Brun, Marion moved to Alberta and had two Sons. In 1948, Marion Moved with her family to Winfeild BC, where Lucien “Mick” owned property and started a chicken farm. Marion was one of

Jehovah’s Witnesses, and zealously served her Creator for 76 years. She loved to tell all she could about his wonderful qualities and her hope to live forever on a paradise Earth. Gomie was known for her hospitality, visiting often with her countless friendsĀ & family – usually by her fireplace, with a glass of good scotch. She was well travelled, having been all through Europe, France, Russia, Spain, Poland and the Oregon Coast, she always had a good story to tell, a

listening ear to lend and an opinion to offer. Marion passed away on October 29th 2011 at Lake Country Manor of a stroke after 100 years. She survived by one sister, Barbara, two sons; Peter (Esther) & Robert (Eunice), 6 grandchildren; Carmen, Natalie, Jason, Jeff, Shellie and Casey, and 10 great grandchildren. Her comfort, love, and originality will be missed by all who knew her. “On t’aime Gomie.” Memorial will be held on Saturday at 2 pm at the Glenmore Hall of

Jehovah’s Witnesses, 1880 Dallas Rd.


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