I just recently read of the too early passing of Brian. Brian was passionate about his work, his love affair with the sea, his many friends. I will miss knowing that Brian is still in Del Mar in his lovely home that he was so proud. May he rest in peace with the gentle roll of the sea. Susan W Aubrey
My family & I offer our heartfelt condolences. Brian touched many lives. May the God of all comfort be with you all in your time of grief. (2 cor 1:3)
I was Brian's carpenter, friend, confidant, co-conspiritor in host of great laughs, and loyal to his last breath. He was the friend, that should a man have such a friend, he may consider himself a success.
Sorry to hear of Brian's recent death.
My husband John and me have known him
for over 25 years.
May he rest in peace and find smooth
My husband Joe and I met Brian on a building project in Nashville, TN. and we immediately thought of him as a friend. Brian was a find gentleman with a kind soul and we know that he is now healthy and on a heavenly sea on a sailboat. Our sympathies go out to his family and loved ones. God bless you.
Brian, now Neptune is your guide, sweet sailing, you deserve it and may the winds always blow into your sails. My pleasure to be your friend. Rest in peace.