My heart went out to you when I heard of Brian's passing. May you find comfort in the beautiful memories you two had built together.
May the God of loving kindness and comfort be with you and your family.
Suzanne and family: We remember Brian with fondness and respect for the kind of man he was. His love for you and the girls was always obvious. His desire to help his girls achieve was admirable. On our too-infrequent visits with you, it was always fun to be around Brian, see the work he (and your father) had done on the house, talk about gardening. There were also those times we had visiting and talking with your parents, Linda and Rich, my Mom and Dad about every other subject. Brian never talked much about work, but from reading some of the other condolences here, it is clear that his honor, intelligence and character shone brightly there also. We are so sorry for your loss; we miss him too. - Your Ohio cousins, Bob and Richard. Georgia, Rachel, Matt.
I want to express my sympathy especially to Eileen. I lived across the street from the Johnson's during my elementary, middle and high school years. My parents Tom and Shirley Brisgal, along with my sisters Kathy, Barbara and Tami had many wonderful times with the entire Johnson family. I do remember you also Suzanne and express my deepest sympathy in your loss. Sandy (Brisgal) Gunderson
I was in 6th grade with Brian, and enjoyed his company so much that year. I was a neighbor of hids wife, Sue, after I moved to a different school district the next year. My deepest sympathys to the dear family. I am so proud to have known such a talented and brilliant man,
Brian was my classmate at Park High School in Racine WI as was his wife. I am sorry to learn of Brian's passing, and I send my condolences to Sue and the entire family. Brian was clearly special as a professional and a person, and will be remembered fondly by his classmates and many others.