In Loving Memory of
Brian Michael Demizio
1951 - 2020
Obituary of Brian Michael DemizioBrian Michael Demizio,
Passed away at the age of 69 in Welland, Ontario. He will be greatly missed by his wife Maureen, stepchildren Lori and Kevin (Cheryl), grandchildren Jordan, Jeremy, Rob and Lexi and great grandson Landon. Brian will be missed by his work friends at Century 21 (Fonthill), where he worked until his retirement last year.
Essentials Cremation and Burial Services (905-354-2133) has been entrusted with arrangements. As per Brian’s wishes, cremation has taken place. Donations may be made to the Niagara Falls Humane Society and condolences may be made to Brian’s tribute page at EssentialsNiagara.com.
Service InformationThere are no upcoming public services scheduled or the service has occurred in the past.
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Brian was a wonderful Husband.
There wasn’t a day went by that Brian didn’t tell me…
“He Loved Me”…even if I was upset with him.
I don’t think I ever heard him say a bad word about anybody. He was always kind, caring and considerate of others feelings.
He was a true gentleman. He spoke highly of his co-workers, neighbours, family and friends. He was wonderful to my kids, our grandchildren and great grandson meant the world to him. He had such a way with children and teens.
Brian was diagnosed with Essential Tremors a year ago in August. Then last December was diagnosed with Leukemia, and was told he was lucky if he had a year.
Brian chose to not seek any help from doctors or to seek cancer treatments as recommended.
The last two months were very difficult for him he was constantly nauseated.
Finding him was devastating, but I knew he was not suffering anymore.
He was finally at peace. He was looking forward to seeing he said to seeing his parents, my Mom and Ed and many relatives on the otherside.
BUT mostly the pets…
DOGS: Buddy, Humphrey, Shamus, Molly and Maggie CATS: Mitzi and Dudley.
I always loved you and will.
I miss you.
SEE YOU ON THE OTHERSIDE
Maureen and family, so very to hear of Brian’s passing. I remember
Him fondly as He Never minded when I would tag along with the older cousins. Sending our deepest sympathies.
My condolences to you and your family. As a child, I always enjoyed listening to Brian play his guitars.
I am so sorry for your loss. Brian will be missed.
I am so sorry to hear of this loss. My condolences, Maureen
My sincere condolences to Maureen and family. Brian was so laid back and easy going and a true gentleman. It was a pleasure working with him at Century 21 Today.
My sincere condolences to Maureen and Brian’s family. Brian was a great guy to work with and everyone here at Century 21 like and respected him. He will be missed.
I;am very sorry to hear about Brian’s passing. At the office Brian was always available to talk about certain aspects of our Industry and share his thoughts. Brian was a good Realtor and always put his Clients first. R.IP
Maureen and family, please accept my condolences for the loss of your husband and father and grandfather.
Brian was always joking and could always get a smile out of me, even in my darkest days……It was a pleasure to work with him. He was a real gentleman.
Brian worked with me and our staff at Century 21 for a number of years. He was always kind, considerate and generous in his dealings with staff and clients. Brian and Don Takach also worked together on many transactions and became a good team in many ways. With his sociable and pleasant disposition, Brian befriended everyone in our office; even staff from our other offices that he’d met at a corporate function or through doing business. For me what stands out the most was the generosity with his time. If anther agent was going away, Brian was often one of the go-to agents for help with clients. He would show houses, negotiate a deal, basically do whatever it took to assist both the client and the other agent. And he would rarely negotiate his end of the fee up front. He would simply trust that they would compensate him fairly; and 99.9% of the time he instincts were right. Gratefully, Brian always told others that I was the best broker in the business. What can I say? He was a great guy and a friend we greatly miss.
Our condolences to Maureen and family on the loss of a great man! Take comfort in knowing he is at peace and resting with his Angels now! Sending love prayers and healing to all of you xoxo
Saying goodbye is never easy, I will forever be grateful for the memories made thought out my lifetime and being able to share the first year of Landons with you. You will be missed dearly by everyone around you. You were so kind and caring to each person you met, truly one of a kind. Love you and Miss you. Jordan & Landon
Please accept our condolences in the passing of Brian. I had know Brian for almost sixty years. We played minor hockey together in the early sixties. Our fathers often stood together and watched our games and practices, sometimes even shaking their heads. I have always known Brian to be a rather reserved person with a dry sense of humor. Over the years I have known Brian to be a great guy and I will miss him. Maureen and Lori, may your memories of Brian carry you thru this most difficult time.
My sincere condolences Maureen thoughts & prayers @ this difficult time.; From my family to yours.🙏
Today we said goodbye as a family to a special man who always had a smile and made those around him smile as well. Thank you for being a kind and caring husband , stepfather, grandfather and great grandfather to all of us.
Love & Miss you ,, Lori xo
Dear Maureen & family.
I’m sending sincerest condolences on the loss of Brian.
His sense of humour will be with me as I remember our visits.
.. love John & Barb Young 💗
So sorry to hear of Brian’s passing.Thinking of you and your family at this time.Our deepest sympathies.
Gary and Sylvia Peters