Stephanie Betts, chief content material officer at Wildbrain, stated of Brian: “Todd was not simply my colleague however one among my dearest associates; we shared a lot by way of our 17-year friendship. He made everybody he met really feel appreciated and seen. I’ll miss seeing his brilliant smile and listening to his playful snicker day-after-day.”
Brian went to Vincent Massey Secondary Faculty in Windsor and is described by these near him as having a “lifelong need for data.” He later studied on the Canadian Movie Centre, Centennial Faculty, and was a graduate of Ryerson College’s movie research program. As an adolescent, he was accepted as a parliamentary web page for Queen’s Park whereas visiting Toronto, an expertise that made a lifelong impression on him.
His household put out a press release saying: “Todd was a really charismatic soul who would mild up a room along with his vitality and humor. He was an avid runner, collaborating in lots of marathons in addition to a passionate tennis participant, belonging to a league in Toronto. He was a world traveler, visiting each coasts of Canada, Vancouver and Halifax, Greece, Spain, France, and Australia amongst many different areas, having associates in each place he visited.”
A celebration of life will honor Brian on Saturday, March 4, at Willistead Manor in Windsor, Ontario.
Brian is survived by his mom Judy Jacobs (and husband Peter), brother Troy Brian (and spouse Susan, in addition to their kids Chelsea, Megan, and Brock), and sister Tara Brian (and son Gavin). He’s additionally survived by his maternal grandmother, Mary Waley, and lots of cousins, aunts, and uncles, in addition to a “second household” of shut associates in Toronto, Ontario.