Nov 29, 1957 … Jan 16, 2015
… because Brian wanted to say Thank You
Brian was overwhelmed with the true acts of kindness shown to us by family, friends and complete strangers. Brian was always the type that helped others, and was humbled by the amount of love shown to him over this past year.
Brian worked hard, played hard and loved deeply. You always knew you could count on him for anything at any time. He was the best man I have ever known. And his deepest love came at the birth of his daughter, Ashley. He often said “you don’t know love, until you have a child”. Brian was the most devoted friend you could wish for, and those friendships meant the world to him. He loved his family and showed it in his own unique ways. We each had our own special bond with Brian… husband, father, son, brother, uncle and friend. I was spoiled to have 28 years with him.
Brian loved to laugh and have a good time, and wanted others to do the same. To celebrate all that Brian was, we will be having a bonfire on the beach at Ken Fordes ramp, Sunday, January 25th with a special send off at 4:00 pm. Take time to remember your special moments with Brian, raise a drink and know that he is smiling back at you.
I loved you then,
I love you now,
I’ll love you always.