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Mervin "Mike" O'Brien
January 29, 1940 - September 11, 2016
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<div itemprop="description">O’BRIEN, Mervin “Mike” <br>1940 - 2016 <br>Passed peacefully with his family on Sunday, September 11, 2016, at the age of 76. <br>Loving husband of Marilyn for 49 years, devoted father of Gregory (Jennifer) and Trevor (Flora). Beloved grandfather of Evan and Brenlin. <br>Dearly loved brother of Eileen, Shirley, Brenda, Pat, Linda, Wayne and predeceased by Velma and Winston. <br>Mike will be profoundly missed by his nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. <br>Mike lived his life to the fullest. His hockey life started at 5 skating on rivers and outdoor rinks in Carillion, Quebec and culminated in playing for the Lachine Maroons of the QMJHL. A life-long passion, he took hockey trips all over the world including Austria, Scandinavia, Hawaii and Australia. <br>His professional life spanned 38 years at Bell Canada. A top sales manager he was awarded President’s Club an incredible 8 times. <br>In his family life he continued to travel the world with his wife and children, taking many exotic trips and cruises to far-flung places in Latin America, Asia and Europe. <br> <br>Friends may pay respects at <br>Kelly Funeral Home – Kanata Chapel <br>580 Eagleson Rd. <br>613-591-6580 <br>For a Memorial Service for Mike that will be celebrated on <br>Thursday, September 15, 2016 at 11:00am. <br>Memorial donations to The Arthritis Society of Canada ( and Multiple Myeloma Cancer ( are appreciated. <br>Condolences and Sharing Memories at <br></div>