No words. Such a tragedy. Please know you and your precious babies will forever remain in my prayers. My heart truly aches for you. I hope for peace and beautiful memories to comfort you and your family.
Thinking of you and the kids, Kari. Brian was such good guy, and very funny. He will be missed.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family of Brian Harrant. It was my pleasure to work with him while he was at Auto Owners. May the family find peace of mind and joy at the memories of his life.
We're praying for you and will remember Brian always. He was such an amazing friend and person. We loved listening to his stories about his kids; such a proud father.
I never had the chance to meet you or the kids. I loved Brian, and we all miss him here at work. He was a bright spot in my horizon. I wrote the following in his memory. - Bob Kamp
Just outside my window
a lovely flower grew,
with long and sturdy stem;
with bright and radiant hue.
How it came to be there?
I did not see it grow,
but oh so glad to have it there
to bask inside its glow.
Not only fine to gaze upon,
but its sweetly fragrant smell,
blessed me in these simple ways
and other folks as well.
On sunny days my flower blazed,
glorious and bright;
charming me with splendor,
reflecting warmth and light.
On stormy days my flower swayed,
exhibiting true brilliance,
by bending in adversity;
a model of resilience.
If my day were dark or sad,
I could take some cheer
to look upon my flower
and see it standing there.
My world had brighter outlook,
for the window I looked through - -
no matter trouble farther off - -
had beauty in the view.
My flower taught me how to live.
Be cheerful, bright, and strong,
flexible in adversity,
whatever comes along.
Our time down here is fleeting,
so remember as you live,
it doesn't matter what you take;
it matters what you give.
One day I looked and found you gone.
Why? I can't explain.
-except to think God's window
needed a flower for its frame.
- Bob Kamp 8/1/2013