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T. Brian Trower

October 31, 1944 - May 16, 2022


Brian [Terence] Trower passed away peacefully on May 16, 2022 with his wife at his side.  Brian was born October 31, 1944 in London, Ontario and after a visit in the early 70s, he fell in love with Penticton, packed up and relocated. Thirty-six years ago, Brian met the love of his life Susan and they did everything together, including travelling the world. Brian loved the beach, travelling and adventures (including a few years of ostrich farming), cooking amazing meals for family and friends if he wasn’t eating out, long walks with his furry sidekick, loud music and a sing along. Brian will be missed by so many and remembered for his quick wit, generosity, and passion for life.

Brian is survived by his daughter Brandee [Brian], son Munroe and granddaughter Haylee [Shawn], sisters Lynne [Ray], Lauri [Paul], and brother Tim [Deb], his aunt Marg, nieces, nephews, cousins, a gang of Hoffmans and extended family.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Penticton Salvation Army Food Bank (, his favourite charity. To celebrate a life well lived, you are invited to join family and friends at the Copper Mug on June 19th from 4:00 to 6:00 where food bank donations will also be accepted. Brian was passionate about COVID vaccinations and the science surrounding the vaccine. The family respectfully requests that only those who are vaccinated attend Brian’s celebration of life (Note: the Mug is open to all regardless of vaccination status)


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From: Kettle Valley Memorial Services

The Kettle Valley Memorial staff send our condolences to family and friends.

From: Joanne
Relation: Friend of Munroe

I’m so very sorry for your loss. My heart breaks for you all. My deepest condolences. Love and hugs.❤️❤️🥰❤️ Jo.

From: Wendy Stauffer
Relation: He was a good friend.

Brian was a great man and a wonderful friend. Throughout our friendship of 45 years, we had seen each other one and off but every time we got together he made it feel like it was just like yesterday. I will miss him very much and he will be missed by a multitude of people who knew him. My Condolence to Susan, Brandee and the rest of his loving family. RIP Benny.

From: James Insley
Relation: Friend

Our condolences to family and friends and a special warm hug for Susan. Brian was a great friend and fellow worker. Always had a kind word and understanding way. Will miss him and his friendly laughter.

From: Shari Burnie
Relation: Worked in the same school.

I was so very sorry to hear of Brian’s passing. I enjoyed my chats with him ( even about glitter!) and appreciated his compassion very much. After his retirement, I often saw him out walking the dog on my way to work and we would share a quick wave. Thinking of your family at this time.

From: Chantal Walters
Relation: Colleague

Dear Susan,

My deepest condolences for the loss of Brian. He was a kind and welcoming member of the SESS community when I was just starting out as a teacher in Keremeos. I enjoyed so many laughs with him and he was always quick to offer a kind and encouraging word. He was a wonderful man.

From: Diane Tetreault

Sue, I was so sorry to hear of Brian’s passing. My heart breaks for you.

From: Pati Aoki
Relation: Friend

Dear Susan and family,
Our deepest condolences.
I knew Brian from the copper mug days. I worked at Super Valu and after a tough shift a few employees would slip over for a cold drink and a gab session. Brian was always a happy, social engaging part of our outing.
Years later, Brian and I found ourselves both working for the school district and we would have a lovely chat in the halls about all sorts of wild and random stuff.
The last few years, seeing Brian and his faithful furry friend out walking, As we were both out getting some exercise always meant a visit for a while, once again chatting about everything and nothing.
My heart hurts for you all.
A great guy, he will be missed.
Deepest sympathy
The Aoki family

From: Ed and Donna Guenther
Relation: Through the school system

So sorry to hear of your loss Susan. Something like that leaves such a big hole in your heart,

From: Teri Foster
Relation: Colleague

I am deeply sorry for your loss. Whenever I passed Brian in the hallway at school he was always smiling and full of kindness.

Service Schedule

  Celebration of Life

Date & Time:
June 19, 2022
Beginning at 4:00pm

The Copper Mug Pub

Food Bank donations will be accepted.

Brian was passionate about COVID vaccinations and the science surrounding the vaccine.  The family respectfully requests that only those who are vaccinated attend Brian’s Celebration of Life (Note: The Mug is open to all regardless of vaccination status)

Memorial Gifts

Memorial donations will be gratefully accepted to: The Salvation Army Food Bank, 2469 South Main Street, Penticton, BC, V2A 5J1 or donate online at

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