“To Brian and his family,
Brian and I were friends in school and everytime I see a go-cart or an old lawn mower, I think of him and I think I always will. Brian was a good man, a great friend and had an amazing memory for our high school days. I know you are all missing him but I hope it helps to know the rest of us are too. Our prayers are still with you all.
Dr. Adam Dickerson and family
“To Brian and his family,
“Brian was a wonderful friend and co-worker at Southeastern, and Die-Tech. He will be greatly missed to all. Glenn Marks
“Brian will be missed. It is Heavens gain. Brian was a inspiration to me over the last 2 years. Our prayers are with the family. We love you all.
“Thoughts & prayers for all of Brian's family. He was a great man. He helped me through a rough time about a year & a half ago. His words & scripture he gave to me helped me more than anyone would know.I also got the pleasure of meeting his precious children. I will miss him dearly & I know you all will.
Thoughts & prayers are with you all
“I am sorry for your loss. Brian is with the Lord now and free from pain. Brian never failed to have a smile on his face or a prank up His sleeve for Steve and I when He saw us. Always coming up behind us and acting like someone else. He loved His children very much and told us awhile back that He wanted to make His time hear with them as happy as He could. He wanted to be strong for them. And Brian accomplished this and so much more, He never lost His faith in Christ and never let the cancer...
How I wish I could make this easy for you! Unfortunately, I can't do that. Please take comfort in knowing that Brian is suffering no longer and is at peace with his Father. I wish you all peace and comfort until you meet Brian again.
“Brian, you are going to be missed by all the ones that love you. You will be in my prayers and are with Our God and Savior.
“Brian was "one of a kind!" We are keeping all of you in our thoughts and prayers. God Bless you all.
John, Suzanne (Lulu), Cole & Cody Morris
“ Brian will be missed. It is our loss and Heavens gain. Brian was a inspiration. Our prayers are with the family. We love you all.
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Paul SmithPaul "Brian" Smith, 42, of Killen, was welcomed home by his Lord and Saviour on Feb. 19, 2013, after a 26-month battle with pancreatic cancer. Brian fought the fight and walked the walk of being a Christian. Brian praised the Lord and gave Him all the honor and glory...Read More