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Brian Joseph Judge

JUDGE, Brian Joseph - It is with sadness and a heavy heart that the family of Brian Judge announce his passing on June 8 at 12:52 a.m. at the Great War Memorial Hospital in Perth. Brian was surrounded by his family at his final earthly destination and died knowing how much he was loved and how much he will be missed. Brian was born on November 15, 1959 and was predeceased by his mother, Anice and father Collamer. He is survived by his sisters Jackie and Joey and his brothers Leonard and Michael. He also leaves his nieces Tami, Melanie and Casey and his nephews Howard, Christopher and Eddy. Brian graduated from St. Lawrence College in advertising and public relations, and worked as a television producer and public relations officer. One of his proudest achievements was his creation of the television program, Prison TV, which aired for six years in the mid-1990s. Brian was a good guy. He maintained his lifelong friendship with many of his childhood friends, and will be especially missed by Thud and Merk. He loved politics and he loved to debate. Give him a topic and try to get him to stop talking. We love you brother. You made us think. You made us laugh. You made our world a better place with you in it. Our hearts hurt. You will live until the end of time in our hearts. Until we meet again. Brianís family will greet friends on Thursday June 20, 2019 between 10:00 and 11:00 a.m. at St. Edward's Church in Westport. Funeral will follow at 11:00. Everyone is invited to the Legion after the service for food and to celebrate his life. Funeral arrangements entrusted to the care of the SCOTLAND FUNERAL HOME, 27 Main Street, Elgin at 1-613-359-5555 or at 13338321
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Rest Gently Brian
Posted by Kelly Lewis (Friend) On Friday, June 14, 2019
My heart weighs heavy for the Judge family. I have known Brian my entire life and as a Westport native, the world and Westport has lost an extraordinary man. Whenever I ran into him or chatted on FB, he never failed to brighten my day. His charm, wit and positive energy was so wonderful;he had the remarkable ability to make everyone feel very special! My sincere condolences to the Judge family.
Very sad news
Posted by Tom Harpell (St. Lawrence) On Friday, June 14, 2019
I am very sad to hear of Brian's passing. Brian was always quick to lend his talents to help make The Greg Awards a success. His wonderful sense of humour kept us all laughing while we worked. I too will miss that booming voice calling out "Hey Thomas" Rest in peace Brian.
Posted by Catherine ((Brian's friends daughter)) On Friday, June 14, 2019
Brian and my dad were good friends who volunteered at Cogeco for many years together. I lost my dad in December. Maybe they will be videotaping together in the next life. My sincere condolences to all of his family and friends.
Sincerest sympathy
Posted by Kathy Russell (former co-worker) On Thursday, June 13, 2019
I worked with Brian during the municipal elections when he was in the Communications Dept. He was always a professional and brought so much insight into trying to educate the public about voting and the importance of voting. He was a pleasure to work with and we missed him when he left the City. His stories always made us laugh. Be at peace Brian.
Sorry To Hear
Posted by Kim Smith (former co-worker) On Thursday, June 13, 2019
So sorry to read of Brian's passing. I worked with Brian at the City of Kingston. He always had a smile on his face, and you couldn't mistake that big booming radio voice! He will be missed. My condolences to his family and close friends.

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