Brian Cundle

A photo of Brian Cundle

Brian Leslie Cundle of Aylmer passed away at the St. Thomas General Hospital on Sunday July 25, 2021. Brian was born 75 years ago to the late Arthur & Kathleen (Welch) Cundle and grew up here in Blenheim alongside of his younger brother Paul and his sister who predeceased him, Charlene (Cundle) Terpstra.

Brian was recognized as a highly skilled graphic designer and illustrator. After high school he worked as a pressman for the Blenheim News-Tribune while he completed correspondence courses in graphic design. Eventually life would take him to London where he was an advertising layout artist for Eatons. Moving on, he worked for several ad agencies as an art director-designer. He always kept current with the changes in the industry, eventually trading his brushes for a computer and embracing digital technology. In later years, his freelance business presented rewarding challenges, consistently exceeding the expectations of his many clients.

Through his life, Brian diligently maintained his notable physique with regular workouts, a healthy diet and exploring the great outdoors. His monthly visits to Blenheim for dinners with Paul were something they both eagerly anticipated.

Brian will be remembered privately at a graveside service in Evergreen Cemetery and will be laid to rest with his family. Friends wishing to remember him with a memorial donation are asked to consider Heart & Stroke.

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Paul, sorry for your loss, as you know Brian and I were friends for a long time. I lost track of him when he moved to Aylmer. Let me know if you need anything Joe

Paul, We send you our sincere condolences Robert and Karen Herman

Paul, so sorry to hear of your brother's passing. Blessings to you Don and Anne

Dear Paul. Very sorry to hear of the passing of your brother Brian. Many fond memories of growing up in Huffman’s Corners where our parents were good friends and Charlene was a best friend. Thinking of you at this sad time.

Paul: Thoughts and prayers are with you during this very difficult time.

I was saddened to learn of Brian’s passing. My thoughts are with you. I knew he had artistic gifts but didn’t realize how rich and varied his work had progressed. I trust the void left by his passing gets easier in time. Carol

Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.

Paul, May you find comfort in your precious memories of your brother. Thinking of you.

Paul, So very sorry to hear about the loss of your brother. Reading your brothers accomplishments confirms that artistic abilities run in the family. Please accept our sincere condolences. Sue and Henry

PAUL... my deepest condolences.

So sorry to hear of Brian’s death, we went to BDHS together, nice fellow as I remember. May he Rest In Peace.

Dear Paul, please accept these few words of condolence. Brian was welcomed as a good friend, and really, as a member of our family for 50 years. He was a kind and generous man... Nothing in this world, past or presence, will ever change that. Please let us know if we can be of help.

Our deepest sympathies Paul. Thinking of you at this time. Annette & Dan Chretien.

Paul ….. so very sorry to hear of your brothers passing. Hoping the memories will give you some peace during this difficult time. Jeff & Marg Bliss

Sincere condolences. 🙏

Adriaan and I are so sorry for your loss Paul, may he rest in peace

Sorry to hear of Brian's passing Paul my Prayers and Thoughts are with you my friend 🙏

I'm so sorry Paul to hear of your Brothers passing. My sincerest condolences. Gail Attewell.

Paul, we are so sorry to learn of your brother's passing. May memories comfort you always. With sincere sympathy, Myra & Don Pettit, and Shayna Taylor

Paul very sorry to hear of the Loss of your brother ... keeping you in our prayers Marg and Paul

Paul we are very sorry for your loss.

My deepest condolences Paul on the loss of your brother. Sending hugs and prayers.