MACINTOSH – Brian Hugh
Passed away peacefully at LRH on the 8th of December 2020 aged 85.
Loved husband of Margaret (Dec), and special friend of Joan.
Loved father and father in law of Andy and Terry, Stuart and Trish, Heather and Nick.
Adored Pa of Alan, Darren, Lisa, Melissa, Lauren, Nicole, Emma, Paul, Ben, Ross and their partners.
Much loved Great Pa of all his Great Grandchildren.
Forever in our hearts
In lieu of flowers donations to Latrobe Regional Hospital would be appreciated, envelopes at the service.
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To the Macintosh family, so sorry to hear of the loss of your dad, he was my boss at the Morwell co-op many years ago. Angelika (Gel)December 11, 2020
Not a very long friendship with Brian, but certainly a valued one. Sympathy to the family. RIPDecember 11, 2020
What a full life you have had and it was a pleasure to have known you since I was 8. Reunited with my second mum. My thoughts and love to all the extended family. Diane (Docky) Meredith 😘December 11, 2020
To Heather , Nick and Family, our deepest sympathy to you all for the loss of your beautiful Dad and Pa Brian. Our thoughts are with you all during this sad timeDecember 11, 2020
RIP Brian and sympathy to your family. Brian contributed his considerable talents to the advancement of health in the Latrobe Valley especially through his early involvement as a Board member of Latrobe Community Health. Fondly remembered.December 12, 2020
To Heather, Nick and family. Deepest sympathy to the whole family. Our thoughts are with with you during this sad time.December 14, 2020
We are saddened by Brian’s death after his battle with illness. He was a business associate,, golfing and dining companion but most of all a friend.. We will miss him greatly. Our hearts go out to the Macintosh family..Isabel and Frank Sutherland..December 14, 2020
Our thoughts and sympathy go to all the family. Kind regards,December 14, 2020
Phillip and Rowena Milbourne
Our thoughts and deepest sympathy is with you Heather , Nic and family, on the passing of your dad.December 14, 2020
Craig and Sue xx
A good friend, and a strong worker for the advancement of health services in the area,a passion we shared. Sadly missed.December 15, 2020
It was a pleasure to had met Brian Huge at Ben’s 30th birthday party, a delightful chap. Deepest sympathy to Heather, Nick and family. RIP BrianDecember 15, 2020
Thoughts are with my cousins. RIP to my much loved Uncle BrianDecember 15, 2020
So sorry Brian lost his battle last week.. He was a much valued member of our Traralgon Golf Club Seniors Group and will be sadly missed . Our sympathy to Andrea , Terry and your family.. Judy and George ElderDecember 15, 2020
To Andy, Stuart, Heather, all the Macintosh family, and to Joan….December 15, 2020
We were very sad to hear about Brian’s passing.
He was a true gentleman with always a story to tell and a joke to share. Brian started as a client and quickly became a friend. It was a pleasure to travel to Europe with Brian in 2009, and then Brian & Joan in 2011. Brian was very pleased when our 2011 trip started in Venice & it coincided with Heather & Nick’s trip. We all got to share a lovely group dinner together. Farewell Brian as you travel to your final destination. From Tina & all the girls at Helloworld Travel Traralgon.
To all his family, You will not be surprised that we considered Brian a true gentleman with a quiet sense of fun especially when describing some of his golf shots.. We are sorry to see him lose his battle with illness and remember fondly our many Senior Golf trips. Shirley and Tony Richardson.December 15, 2020
To Brian’s family,December 16, 2020
On behalf of Latrobe Community Health Service (LCHS) I offer our deepest condolences to you. Brian was a valued former Board Director of LCHS for 12 years and we are saddened by his passing. Our thoughts are with you.
From the CEO, Executive and Board of LCHS
Wonderful memories of working alongside Brian as directors of the Morwell Coop. Many great memories of times shared with Brian & Margaret & family. Our love & thoughts are with their children.December 16, 2020
Ray & Bernice Linton & family
I work with the Office of the Public Advocate and and had the privilege and pleasure of working with both Brian and Margaret in their work as volunteer Community Visitors for a number of years. They were both warm-hearted people who gave generously of their time and skills and made a difference to the lives of people who had a disability or mental illness. Best wishes to all who are missing them at this sad time.December 21, 2020