Dr. Brian Keith MacIsaac
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MacIsaac, Dr. Brian, M.Ed., Ph.D., RCT-C, age 47, of Stellarton died suddenly on November 9, 2020, at Cape George Point, Antigonish County.
Born in Antigonish, he was a son of Lauchie and Betty (Smith) MacIsaac of Antigonish.
Brian graduated from Dr. John H. Gillis High School. His education included Doctor of Counselling, Psychology and Medicine, Memorial University, Newfoundland. He also had a Master of Counselling Psychology, Memorial University, Newfoundland; Master of Education in Administration, St. Francis Xavier University; Master of Education in Curriculum, Memorial University, Newfoundland; Graduate Diploma in Law from the Ontario Provincial Police College; a Bachelor of Education in Humanities and a Bachelor of Arts Advanced Major in Canadian Studies from St. Francis Xavier University where he graduated with honors.
Brian taught in schools in Alberta and British Columbia prior to taking administration positions in Truro and Stellarton. Between teaching in the west and returning to Nova Scotia, he became a member of the Ontario Provincial Police stationed in Northern Ontario. At the time of his death, Brian worked at the Dartmouth Medical Centre and lately, due to COVID-19, out of his home in Stellarton.
Brian was an avid boater, swimmer, fisherman, and recreational scuba diver. Cape George was his "Garden of Eden". This he passed on to Corinne and Gracie.
Besides his parents, he is survived by his wife of 14 years, Corinne Sampson-MacIsaac and his loving daughter, Gracie. He is also survived by his brothers, Dr. Mike MacIsaac (Joanne), Stratford, ON; Stephen (Sue), Bridgewater; Andrew (Jennie), Goderich, ON; father-in-law, Edward Sampson, Tatamagouche; and brother-in-law, James (Claire) Sampson, Royal Tunbridge, Wells, UK.
Predeceased by his mother-in-law, Valerie Sampson.
Cremation has taken place. Visitation will be held Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9pm in C.L. Curry Funeral Home, 135 College Street, Antigonish. Funeral Mass will be held Monday in St. Ninian Cathedral at 10:00am, Reverend Donald MacGillivray presiding.
Family flowers only, please. In lieu of flowers, donations to a charity of your choice appreciated.
Online condolences: www.clcurry.com
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