Doug and Scotty May God give you comfort and the peace of His presence in these difficult days Marlene & Dick Carlson
Doug and Scottie - I'm sending my deepest sympathy in the loss of your son Brian. How sad to lose such a young and talented man. May God bless you all.
Regards, Bob Hill (N Ft Myers, FL)
I knew Brian when we were in college. We worked at the same store for at least three years. He is one fine gentleman and I join the others in sharing my deepest sympathies and prayers.
Because Brian was such a special person, I decided to write this note, which is totally unlike me. God Bless the entire Benham family. I will prayer for you all every time I think of you.
Scottie and Doug - So sad to hear of Brian's passing. You both would tell me how proud you were of your son and how you enjoyed visiting him in Florida. Guess we should always cherish the times we get to spend with family. Hope our paths might pass again sometime in the future.
Upon returning from spending the summer in New England, I was so sad to learn of Brian's passing. Brian was a sometime's golfing buddy (he always had something else he had to do). My fondest memory of Brian would have to be of us, Brian, Ken Ohl, and myself, getting caught in a rainstorm playing golf one Sunday afternoon. To keep from getting wet we ducked into the clubhouse till it passed. Dry and ready to continue after it passed we went out to our carts where Brian proceeded to get drowned when the puddle on the roof emptied as he got in. He was really soaked but Mr. Best Dressed never missed a beat and continued right to the next hole like nothing happened. Of course he had to wait for Ken and I to stop laughing. He went on to play excellent golf that day. That was Brian Benham.