Brian Joseph McGurk

McGurk, Brian Joseph
It is with great sorrow that we announce the passing of Brian Joseph McGurk on June 17, 2022, in Toronto, ON, at the age of 65. Beloved son of the late Anthony and Mary McGurk (nee Carroll). Loving brother of Tony McGurk (Laurie), Mary Doyle (Terry), Anne Dixon (late Rodger), Sean McGurk (Pat), all of Elliot Lake and Liam McGurk (Cindy) of Balmertown. Dear uncle to numerous nieces, nephews as well as additional relatives in Ireland. Brian was a talented graphic artist always trying to shape the next great adventure. A private graveside committal service to be officiated by Father Eric Pannike will be held at a later date in Woodlands Cemetery, Elliot Lake. Memorial contributions to the Heart & Stroke Foundation would be appreciated by the family.

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NORMAND CYR

Brian was a great friend as we grew up together . High school was a great time for the both of us. We both enjoyed riding our motorcycles together. My wife Sheila and I have very fond memories of Brian. He always loved to make people laugh. May he rest in peace.

Lindsay Burke

My condolences to the McGurk Family. 🙏

Denis Hupe

Most sincere condolences to my friends Mary and Pat, and the McGurk family. Denis/Marie H.

Jackie (Guirey) Innes

Some of my fondest childhood memories of Elliot Lake were of the McGurk family. In the early days they lived on Milliken Rd. We were down the hill on Algom. Our families knew one another quite well. My deepest condolences go out to Seamus, May, Liam, Anne, Sean and the entire McGurk family. God bless you Brian.

Janice Ingram Rhodes

Condolences for your loss. Your memories will keep him with you forever.

Tricia Boyle

I have never met my cousin Brian in person but have shared some warm communications with him in recent years and am glad that I got to do this as his warmpersonality was evident..we also shared a birthday.I extend my deepest sympathy to all the family in Canada.

Marcel Vincent

To the McGurk Family, my deepest condolences on the death of Brian. Brian and I were good friends from the time I moved to Elliot Lake. Every time he would come to visit, he would always drop by my place to see me and my Family. We lost track of each other but in the last year, I was able to find him again and we talked on the phone and texted regularly. Brian, you will certainly be missed. Rest in peace, my Friend.