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TracyLynn Watson posted a condolence
Sunday, April 1, 2018How very sad to find this news. Mr. MacGregor Brown was my absolute favourite teacher at Pauline Johnson. He was funny and entertaining and smart and so very kind. He had so many life experience stories to tell and I admired him greatly. My sympathies to his family.
Cherry Sayles ( Hemming) posted a condolence
Sunday, January 21, 2018Please accept my sincerest condolences. I was a student of his in 1971 and he was a favourite teacher! He made French interesting!
Cindy Rossignoli (Van Ryswyck) posted a condolence
Tuesday, January 9, 2018Please accept my sincere condolences. Mr. MacGregor-Brown was quite a remarkable person and one of my most memorable teachers at Pauline Johnson Collegiate. I thoroughly enjoyed his French class and he took the time and effort beyond the classroom to instill the love of the French language and culture in his students. I fondly remember a french cuisine dinner that he hosted! He will be missed!
Holly Saunders-Westell posted a condolence
Tuesday, January 9, 2018I was a former student of Mr. McGB back in the 80's and I remember many 'life-lessons' that he taught us. I have now become a teacher as well, and use many of his 'tricks of the trade' when teaching my students new subjects. He will always be in my thoughts as a wonderful teacher, and human being.
David Neumann posted a condolence
Saturday, January 6, 2018Sad to hear about the loss of Jim McGregor-Brown, former colleague and friend. I admired his creativity. He was a big supporter of our Model Parliament at PJ. One year he suggested that our session should be opened by Queen Elizabeth. He selected a student to play the role and trained her. He created the dress she wore and arranged for a Limo, sporting the Royal Ensign, to bring the royal couple to the front door of PJCVS. We had National Coverage of that event. I could say a lot more than this. He taught me some skills that I used in my life since. Condolences to his relatives and close friends. Elfrieda and I were once invited to share a meal at his home at 10 Downing Street in our city. Everything was perfect; and he delighted in having the same address as the UK Prime Minister. He was one of those unforgettable characters. He will be missed.
Susan marton caperchione posted a condolence
Saturday, January 6, 2018Sorry for the loss of your brother. Mr. Macgregor-brown was an excellent teacher.