In Celebration of

Brian Gerard Oliver

September 28, 1958 -  April 12, 2019

It is with great sadness that the family announces the passing of Brian on Friday, April 12, 2019 at the age of 60.
Predeceased by his parents Dorothy and Colburn Rosario. Much loved brother of Craig Rosario (Robert Peterson). Brian will be lovingly remembered by his family and friends.

If desired, donations to the Dorothy Ley Hospice or the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated.


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Marie Maharaj (ex co-worker TTC)

Entered April 15, 2019 from Toronto

Sincere condolences on the passing of Brian Oliver, aka "Jethro", aka "Scoop". Best memories of Brian are playing baseball with the E&C Red Rockets and drinking beer at the Barmaid's Arms. Great times. Brian was a fun loving and intelligent man who spent the last years of his life traveling and enjoying life to the fullest. He left us too soon but he did way more than most. May he rest in peace.

Cathy de Roeper (Former Co-Worker at TTC)

Entered April 15, 2019 from Holland Landing

Sending my sincere condolences to the family on your loss of Brian. Brian was such a great guy and always had a smile on his face. The most fondest memories I have of Brian "Jethro" or "Scoop" were playing on the TTC E&C Red Rockets baseball team. Many laughs and fun times were had at the Barmaids Arms over a few beers after the games. I was glad to see how much travelling Brian did in his retirement. Not many people have the opportunity to see the world and live life to the fullest as Brian did. He left us too soon but will be remembered by all that knew him.

Yaneth Siliezar (ex-co worker TTC)

Entered April 15, 2019 from WATERLOO

So sad to hear of Brians Passing. My most deepest sympathies for his family and friends.
Brian was my first boss, he was a great mentor, patient and kind. He was what they now call a "foodie" introducing his team to his latest restaurant find. I always remember going to the Red Tomatoe, Le Marche, Tonys Calzones and of course the Lazy Lizard after a grueling game of baseball.
His smiling face and laughter will be forever in my heart. In recent years, I was happy to live through Brian the adventurous places he visited and was waiting on his latest trip. Brian, send us pictures of heaven. You will be missed. xoxo.

Paul Dagenais (Friend)

Entered April 15, 2019 from Brampton

Played Volleyball with Brian and afterwards we would have wings and play Golden Golf Tee. Never beat him, not even close! Brian taught me to order my wings grilled, less messy that way!

David (Ex-coworker from TTC .)

Entered April 15, 2019 from TTC

My Dearest Brian,
You will be missed and i will miss you. Always remembering the great time we spent at WT, lunches and bars. You brought laughter, a smiley face and clinging change into every room and meeting. You made work fun. May you reunite with your loved ones and and find peace. My prayers are with you and your family. Rest in Peace mio amico.


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