Brian was an amazing person. He always had a smile; he was never too busy to help, or answer a question. It was obvious so many students looked up to Brian by the steady stream of them coming and going from his office. Brian, you are missed. RIP.
Sonny, Cozette and McCutchen family. Pee Wee was a little boy the last time I saw him. I'll never forget it. He was so cute and though I was much older than he, he didn't care. He wanted to goout and play and he grabbed my hand and said come on and out the door we went. I've never forgotten that or him. As I read about his life and the lives he touched, I wished I'd had a chance to know him as an adult. To you as parents, children, siblings
Aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, coworkers and students, he'll forever live in your hears. God Bless and Keep you all.
Brian was an amazing man. He was a person who always looked out for others before himself. I will truly miss you as a friend and a coworker!
Coach didnt get to know you but knew you my entire life, the Coaches and players of my lifetime, the Ericksons, Prices, Gilbeys, Lambos just some of you Coaches Brian that touched us and led us and taught us. I have a friend John Hayes in here with you today, he too was an athlete and a gentleman and a teammate God Bless you Brian