Wonderful to see this tribute to Brett. He was two years younger than I growing up Burlingame. I wonder how I can get in touch with Mark, one of his older brothers. Bob Blincoe
Dear Emily and Benjamin,
My heart goes out to you both. Your dad worked at BYU when I knew your family and your mom was my cello teacher. I did not know him well but admired and appreciated his talents. May each of you receive comfort. May your minds recall the happy memories you made, and may you look forward to an eventual reunion. With kind thoughts and prayers for your comfort, Elizabeth Wilcox
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Zumsteg family at this difficult time. Debbie has shared with me stories of their giving life together, and we are saddened at this sudden loss. We especially express our sorrow for Debbie, the children, and the extended family of those they helped and loved. We all are left to wonder why we remain when such people leave this earth before us, and God will hopefully bring all of you peace and understanding.
I knew Brett for decades. I baby sat for Brett and Julie, worked in the Family History Center with Brett and Debbie, and enjoyed Brett's organ playing in church. I am so sorry for your great loss.
My love and prayers,
His love of music and people is infectious. I'm so glad I know you both and that we'll have the same association hereafter. Much love!