Brian Ulrich Loncar
1960 - 2016
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Brian Ulrich Loncar was truly larger than life. He leaves behind a legacy of generosity, love, forgiveness, loyalty, acceptance, adventure, success, mentorship, ingenuity, charity and fun. Brian was born in Newton, Iowa on November 20, 1960, to Phil and Sue Loncar. As a child, Brian was an avid camper and involved with Boy Scouts. At the 1976 National Boy Scouts Conference at Valley Forge, Brian won a 30-foot axe-throwing contest by hitting the target three times in a row. When he called home to tell of his accomplishment, his parents told him that they had no idea he knew how to throw an axe. To that he replied, "I don't; it was my first time!" Brian was always extremely bright. He scored in the top percentage points for the SAT, LSAT, and Bar Exam. In law school at Texas Tech University, Brian won the International Client Counseling Competition, beating out competitors from all the top Ivy League schools. Brian was the consummate entrepreneur. When he was a child, he sold programs at Notre Dame football games. During his undergrad years at DePauw University, Brian bought a soda vending machine and converted it into a beer vending machine. He raised the prices and watched the profits roll in. While in law school, Brian started and ran a successful coffee business. After law school, Brian had a professional painting and roofing company. Brian took big risks. He knew what it took to be successful and always knew that if he stumbled, he could dust himself off and do it again. Brian started his law firm Loncar & Associates in 1988 with little more than a card table and a phone. He took his entire savings of $10,000 and placed it all in advertising for the new firm. Brian had only worked at one law firm for 10 months prior to starting his own firm. Contrary to the way most law firms operated at the time, Brian took all profits and put them back into marketing. Brian recalled that the first two years of Loncar & Associates were hard. The first two Christmases were especially sad because he could not afford to buy many Christmas presents for his family. Today, his business has grown to 11 cities, roughly 200 employees and almost 20 attorneys representing nearly 10,000 clients a year. Brian was a marketing genius and a true pioneer nationally in personal injury marketing. He did away with the traditional boring attorney ads and spiced them up with action packed TV spots. Brian sought to make people remember him with his commercials, and he did. The "Strong Arm" is known by all! People close to Brian know he had a much softer, gentler side than the "Strong Arm" persona he portrayed in his commercials. Brian was extremely passionate about taking care of his employees, his clients and his family. Several of his employees have been with Brian for over 20 years and many more for 10 to 15 years. Brian often gave jobs to people who needed a second chance after having stumbled in life. He was very proud of his business and making sure that his clients were taken care of. Brian was a complicated man with deep fits of passion that could bring him up or down. A lot of people with depressive issues use that as an excuse for failure, a reason why the game is setup against them. Not Brian. He used those intense feelings as fuel. He used them as a catalyst for change. It was a reason for him to keep fighting and growing when most others would have given up. Most importantly, Brian was a great family man. His first daughter Hailey lit up his world. Then Brian met the love of his life and soul mate, Sue. It was a third marriage for both. Their wedding invitations jokingly stated, "third time's a charm." Their love was and is a passionate force. They would go to the greatest lengths in their love for each other during their 23 years of marriage. With Sue came her three children-David, Sally, and Patrick, who were 10, 7 and 5 at the time. Brian immediately, and without question, took on Sue's three children as his own. He traded in his red Mercedes convertible for a forest green Suburban, which he drove with great pride. He took his children to school every morning they were with him, stopping for donuts or McDonald's on their way. Brian never missed an event for his family. He constantly showered them all in love, support and gifts. Brian and Sue have two beautiful daughters of their own, Abby and Grace. After Abby was born, every day was "Abby day." Abby was the center of their world and brought another source of love and light to their amazing family. A fourth daughter, Grace, came along three years later, and she was a true miracle. They always called Grace their "miracle baby." Their blended family was Brian's greatest source of pride. Brian often joked that they were like the Bundy's on the TV show Married with Children. They could be seen traveling the world together as Brian took them on his famous "no-rules" trips. People close to Brian will always remember his generosity. Waiters would often weep at the size of the tips he left them, as Brian had been a waiter at TGI Friday's after college and knew what hard work it took to wait tables. Many who knew Brian will be forever indebted to him for his generosity. The amazing and humble stories of Brian's generosity to those in need number in the thousands. Brian accepted all people just as they were. Discrimination was not something that Brian knew. The word "no" was not in Brian's vocabulary. He accepted challenges and adventures with a child-like enthusiasm and an enormous determination. Brian was the embodiment of the American Dream, a teddy bear, a struggling friend of Bill's, a storyteller, a designated driver, a fast driver, a runner, a hiker, a pioneer, a fighter, a golfer, a fisher, a world traveler, a mentor, a colleague, a boss, a friend, an uncle, a nephew, a son, a brother, a husband, and a dad. A little over a week ago Brian's miracle baby, Grace, took her own life. As a result, Brian's tremendous heart that carried his family and friends gave out too soon. The stress and pain of losing a child was too much for his heart to bear. Now we will carry on his legacy to give more, love more and forgive more. His family and friends take comfort in knowing that from the moment he closed his eyes here on earth, he opened them in Heaven with Jesus and with Grace. Brian is survived by his wife Sue Loncar; his five children David and wife Jennifer, Sally and husband JD, Patrick, Hailey, and Abby; his parents Phil and Sue Loncar; his sisters Jillian Brade and Beth and Clint Ralston; his nephews Nicholas, Hunter, Will, John, and Grant; his niece Bailey; mother-in-law Sally Alford; brother-in-law Bill and Julie Alford, and so many members of his extended family. There will be a viewing held from 12pm-7pm on Thursday December 8, 2016, at Sparkman Hillcrest Funeral Home, located at 7405 West Northwest Highway, Dallas, Texas 75225. The funeral service will be held at 1:00 pm on Friday, December 9, 2016, at Munger Place Church, located at 5200 Bryan Street, Dallas, Texas 75206. Brian was on a mission after losing Grace. One of his last posts on Facebook was encouraging people that may be struggling to reach out for help. Brian wanted to create a foundation in Grace's honor. The world has lost two very special people and in their honor the Grace and Brian Loncar Foundation has been created to help teenagers and families minimize the loss and suffering from youth depression, suicide and other related mental illnesses that are devastating communities across the country. In lieu of flowers, please make a contribution to the Grace and Brian Loncar Foundation:

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Published in Dallas Morning News from Dec. 7 to Dec. 8, 2016.
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May 28, 2019
What a terrible double loss to all. My heartfelt condolences to his family and friends Mr.Loncar seemed like a good man. I am so sorry for these sad,sad losses.
Maria H.
December 6, 2017
Peace and Blessings to those left behind....Happy Dance for Grace and Brian and all who've passed on....
December 5, 2017
Dallas lost a good person, condolences once again to the family.
December 30, 2016
We love you Brian Loncar. Life will never be the same without you. We will treasure the memory of our time that we spent with you at Grace's wake, the last time that we saw you. Love and prayers to Sue and your family, forever.
Vicki and Bill Sena
December 15, 2016
I was a client of Mr. Loncar and although I never met him certainly his spirit was permeated in his staff. My experience with his firm was both pleasant and rewarding. Thank you Brian. My condolences go out to the Loncar family. Brian Barksdale, Austin, Texas
Brian Barksdale
December 14, 2016
So sorry to hear about your loss. Prayers go out to you and your family during this time.
December 13, 2016
Praying for your family during your time of sorrow. Praying God wraps his loving arms around you and comforts you.
Sondra Gibson
December 13, 2016
My name is deatrice I never knew your love one but I can relate to the loss I lost my 2nd son March 24 of this year now my niece 5 months later I will continue to pray for your family name God bless us all
Deatrice Richardson
December 12, 2016

I see the countless Christmas trees, Around the world below, With tiny lights like Heaven's stars Reflecting on the snow. The sight is so spectacular, Please wipe away that tear, For I am spending Christmas With Jesus Christ this year! I hear the many Christmas songs That people hold so dear, But the sounds of music can't compare With Heaven's Choir up here. I have no words to tell you The joy their voices bring, For it's far beyond description Just to hear the angels sing! I know how much you miss me, I see the pain inside your heart, But I'm not so very far away; We're really not apart. So be happy for me, Dear Ones, You know I hold you dear And be glad I'm spending Christmas With Jesus Christ this year! I send you each a special gift From my Heavenly home above. I send you each a memory Of my undying love! After all, Love is The Gift More precious than pure gold. It was always most important In the stories Jesus told. Please love and keep each other, As my Father said to do, For I can't count the blessings Or the love He has for you! So have a Merry Christmas, And wipe away that tear, Remember ... I am spending Christmas With Jesus Christ this year! ~ author unknown ~

I didn't know Mr. Loncar nor his beautiful Grace personally...but my heart breaks for those who love them each time I think of your family and the great sense of loss and heartache that you must feel. We lost my niece, Christina Freeman, to a 17 year old drunk driver in 2006. She was 18. She has a page at it has helped her friends and family share their pain any time of the day or night. Please know that this family is praying for yours. God Bless you.
Delaina Waite
December 11, 2016
We three chefs of Dallas are,
Looking for our Brian Loncar.
Tarts and roast, pasta most,
Missing our Strong Arm.

O star of wonder, star so bright,
Why'd you leave us this wintry night?
Westward leading, courts proceeding,
Help us make our judgements right.

Thank you for giving us an opportunity to serve you, lo, these many years.
Lettuce, Inc.,
William A Riddle
December 11, 2016
Brian was a truly wonderful person and will be missed. I was so fortunate to have met him last year. He always had a smile for everyone and kept everyone laughing and smiling. He was a generous light to many in numerous ways. What a joyful soul to have been a part of our lives. I am so sad to know my friend had to endure every parent's worst nightmare, loosing a child. RIP Brian and Grace, you are together. My condolences to the Loncar family on their loss.
Kathy Youngblood
December 10, 2016
I am so sorry for the loss of your Daughter and Husband. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family in this time of need Those we Love don't go away, they walk beside us everyday. Unseen, Unheard, but always near, Still Loved, Still Missed and very dear. Death Leaves a heartache no one can heal, Love leaves a memory no one can steal.
Stacy Hale
December 10, 2016
I have many great memories of Brian from when we were kids. He accomplished so much and touched so many lives. He will truly be missed.
Mark Paradise
December 9, 2016
Sorry for your loss
December 9, 2016
Such a huge loss of two people at Christmas time So SAD! May your Light Forever burn BrightMay God Bless This FAMILY Greatly this Christmas
Suzie Miller
December 9, 2016
So sorry for your loss of your precious daughter Grace...I knew your pain mrLoncar as I lost my oldest son in 2010 I truly know what it's like to live with broken heart every day for past 6 years... Tho my loss wasn't due to suicide no matter how we lose a child still heart breaking for any parent to go thru WORSE loss to ever endure.. My thoughts love prayers to your family during this traumatic TIME.. Think of it as she didn't go alone STILL got her daddy by her side NOW! God Bless
December 9, 2016
Dear Sue,

Shamim and I were so saddened by your dual losses. I can't imagine how devastating this must be for you and the rest of your family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Jim Cooper and Shamim Sisson
Jim Cooper
December 9, 2016
I am so very sorry that the loncar family is having to go through so much right now having two major deaths in there family . First losing a child then her husband . I am sending lots of prayers out to her family today and in the next couple of days .
kami schwab
December 8, 2016
A Home going celebration. No more heartaches, sorrow or tears. Y'all can rest Brian & Grace. To be absent from the body is to be present with the LORD! 2Corinth:5;8I didn't know you personally but your commercials made me feel like you weren't a stranger but a friend.. Now your with a friend that stays with you forever. (closer than any brother!)Proverbs 18;24
Suki Washington
December 8, 2016
My sincere condolences for the Loncar family. Knowing Brian from many years back he is a real loss to humanity. Prayers go from the Beckham family to Sue and Phil who wAs my direct supervisor during those years. Sadness is in our hearts. God Bless.
Michael Beckham
December 8, 2016
December 8, 2016
Thank you, Brian, for trying to help after my son's death and for helping my other son...enjoy the Big Meeting with those who have paved the way
Marie P
December 8, 2016
marie p
December 8, 2016
I am grateful to say thank you for giving me the opportunity to work at your firm in El Paso,Tx as i hope to continue doing so. My sincere condolances go out to the entire Loncar family. Your in my prayers. God Bless You All.
alyssa guerra
December 8, 2016
I am an African American woman that never had the privilege of meeting Brian nor his family. My heart ached when I heard of this family's loss. Living in a world so full of hate - its nice to know there are some Brians out there. "Bravo" to you Brian for being such a beautiful person and leaving such a positive legacy behind. Now, its time for you to receive your reward in heaven.
December 8, 2016
Eva Martinez-Garza
December 8, 2016
Brian Loncar was a great friend and fun loving guy. We have lost a great man that did many things that touch any and everyone in some ways. My condolences to his family and hope all is well. My friends, and I will miss the days that we spent together having a good time with you.
Michael Lee
December 8, 2016
I am so sorry for your losses. May God be with you all.
Cheryl Hollingsworth
December 8, 2016
Vince Jeffers
December 8, 2016
My Heart goes out to The Loncar Family and employee sorry for your loss of a wonderful man you will be MISS Dearly by many Fly High Angel
Annette gutierrez
December 8, 2016
May God be with all of your family, employees, and friends during this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you minute by minute. Jody Wade, Jody Wade Enterprises, Wichita Falls, TX
Jody Wade
December 7, 2016
My very deepest condolences to the Loncar family. You are all in mine and my family's prayers. May God be with you all and give you peace at this most difficult time.
I never got the privilege to ever meet Brian but heard volumes about him from my colleagues. Everything I heard about Brian was amazing, all wonderful, kind things.
May you rest in peace Brian and be with your daughter Grace.
Dr. Kristin Castillo MD
December 7, 2016
Our love and prayers are with Sue and all the Loncor family. Just so sorry for your loss

Vicki Sparks Moses and Jon Moses
Vicki Sparks Moses
December 7, 2016
Thinking of you and your family at this sad time. Such heartfelt message and inspiration for all of us. Peace.
December 7, 2016
December 7, 2016
Two New Stars shine in the sky.
Judith VanLue Williams
December 7, 2016
Sorry for your loss. My prayers are with the Loncar family, friends, and associates during this tragic period.
Carli Mcguire
December 7, 2016
I knew Brian only by reputation and not personally. Yet the news of Grace's and his untimely passing are very sad! My deepest sympathy to the family, friends, and associates!
Morris Tyson, Sr.
December 7, 2016
Prayers for all the Loncar Family, Friends and associates. I have heard wonderful things about Mr Loncar through my daughter who worked for him in his Dallas offices. May our Heavenly Father comfort all of you at this time of tragic loss.
Beverly Harris ( Hawley )
December 7, 2016
Not a native born Texan, he certainly lived his life Texas style... bigger, faster, larger, more. more and more. He was great fun and a joy to know. We pray for all touched by this loss and hope they will find great strength in all their many warm memories.
Gerry& Jynx Stevens
December 7, 2016
"His life was gentle and the elements
So mixed in him that nature might stand up
And say to all the world, THIS WAS A MAN!"

With deepest sympathy, loving thoughts, and perpetual prayers.
Larry & Mary Ackels
December 7, 2016
Leslie Tyler
December 7, 2016
December 7, 2016
May God bless the Loncar family, too much sadness and sorrow leaves you numb, but know that Gods Grace and Mercy will definitely see you through this unfortunate time of grief. I want to thank the Loncar & Associates firm for the handling of my case recently. Look up to the Lord from whence cometh your strength and he will strengthen you. God Bless!!!
Thelma Gee-Brown
December 7, 2016
Brian was indeed a consummate and ultra successful business man. He built his business with character and respect and generosity toward his employees.

I feel so blessed for having known Brian and will remember him always.

May God's loving arms surround the Loncar family.
Dave Perdue
December 7, 2016
May the Lord give you and your family the peace that passes understanding. What a legacy.
Claudia Simpson (El Paso, TX)
December 7, 2016
He was a true person ,wonderful human that love everybody his ingenuity with people may he rest in peace a family man, sara mackey
sara mackey
December 7, 2016
My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
Wendy Sanchez
December 7, 2016
So sorry for your family loss. God bless you and your family through this difficult time.

Gaylan Zant
Gaylan zant
December 7, 2016
To the Loncar family, I am so very sorry for your loss of Grace and now Brian.
i lost my only child (Stephanie) thirteen years ago, as a result of a brain anuerism. I pray that God comfort your family as only HE can.
Nancy Stone
December 7, 2016
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December 7, 2016
Our family has been blessed to know the Loncars since all the way back to Brian's Indiana childhood years. The many stories he created in living his life to the fullest are truly amazing. Very early on, when Brian brought us our first dog that he found in the woods at 11 years old, we knew he was a special person. He went on to become a great man that gave so much to his family and friends. He truly brought much joy to so many in this world. To all of the Loncars, know that our love, thoughts and prayers are with you. Robb, Mary, Karen, Jeff, Chuck and Anne
Robb Barker
December 7, 2016
I never knew Mr. Loncar personally, but I saw him through the eyes of the person who wrote this passage. May God keep his family, friends, and employees safe through this and God bless everyone.
Rita Morales
December 7, 2016
"Where time ends, LOVE endures." The Loncar family is filled with love and they are covered with love and prayers for their Peace and Healing. May God bless and keep you always.
Meg and Kevin Roberts
December 7, 2016
Being in the same field, I can't help but to feel sadden as a colleague. My deepest condolences, my prayers are with your family; feel proud that he has left such big legacy. May God Bless you all.
Karla Leyva
December 7, 2016
alma hall
December 7, 2016
That was one of the most beautiful obituaries I've ever read...the world has obviously lost a special man. May God bless his family and friends - especially during this difficult time.
Becky Bonhama
December 7, 2016
I'm so sad. What a wonderful human being. I read his life story and thought if only we could all be like.."The Strong Arm" God rest his soul, and peace be with his entire family, I'm so sorry. Annette C. Falbo
December 7, 2016
Brian was a law school classmate of mine. He was a great guy! My thoughts and prayers are with his family.
Penny Andersen
December 7, 2016
Please watch over us in heaven as you would have here on earth.. Our condolences to the family. Fuentes Family
Melinda Fuentes
December 7, 2016
Brian was a great person. Blessings to the Loncar family.
Susan Wallace Kile
December 7, 2016
He sounds like a wonderful human being rip god has taken another wonderful person. Prayers to the family and friends.
Dalana Daley
December 7, 2016
Phil and Sue, Elisabeth and I wanted to offer our deepest sympathy. We will keep Brian and Grace in our thoughts and prayers, as well as you and Sue and the entire Loncar family during this time of unthinkable sorrow.
Glenn and Elisabeth Sims
December 7, 2016
Stephanie Herring
December 7, 2016
May the peace and grace of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ help you to find comfort. To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. Our prayers, love and support are with you and your family. Romans 8:28
S. White & Family, Arlington
S. F. White
December 7, 2016
Hugs and prayers for all your family. God Bless.
Brenda Williams
December 7, 2016
My heart felt condolences go out to the Loncar family...I'm keeping each of you in my prayers as this is so tragic losing Grace and then Brian...He handled a case for my husband several yrs back...I know your hearts are grieving to your hearts limits...May God wrap His loving arms around all of you and provide comfort and peace during this more than sorrowful time...Keep your heads up as I know you will see a cpl of cardinals who will be Grace and Brian...You all will forever have 2 guardian angels watching over ya'll until you meet again...My heart is shredded by these horrific deaths of 2 beautiful souls...God bless you all.
Lynn McCoy
December 7, 2016
December 7, 2016
Dear Loncar family,
Our sincere condolences to family and friends.May God our father send his Angels to comfort you and give you peace and strength. Brian and Grace are now your Angels guiding you from heaven.
Mary Ronquillo
December 7, 2016
Dear Loncar family and extended family at the Law Offices, take comfort in knowing Brian and Grace are out of pain.
May God bless you,
Michael S. Parson, Esq and Mrs.Valerie M Haesly-Parson
Parson Law Office, Edinburg,TX
Hidalgo Co. Defense Juvenile Section
Valerie Haesly-Parson
December 6, 2016
As a service provider in highland park I have had the honor of meeting several members of the Loncar Family . Legendary lives continue on indefinitely as long as their names and "stories" are spoken. Let me share a story of a generous man named Brian Loncar ....
Deborah Blumka
December 6, 2016
My word! What an unimaginable tragedy. If only hearts and flowers could bring you back to us. The world now knows you and we'd really like to meet you one day. I pray for peace and understanding for all affected by this loss.
Pauline J
December 6, 2016
Sue & The Loncar Family,
I am so sorry for your loss,I am lifting up the ENTIRE Loncar family in prayer. I pray that God will grant you peace and comfort during this tremendous time of loss. I know that Grace is showing Brian,her daddy around and they are together. You now have two very special guardian angels watching over you. I will be keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.
Sheri Biggs
Sheri Biggs
December 6, 2016
To the Loncar family, I am so sorry for your losses, and I hope you know many, many people are holding you in their hearts, sending you all love and prayers.
Melissa McCurley
December 6, 2016
Sorry to hear about this terrible loss. Prayers go for the Loncars' family for healing in this difficult time.
Chris Kaeufl
December 6, 2016
Praying for the families strength. Brian and Grace will truly be missed.
Dimitra Shamlin
December 6, 2016
Prayers for the Loncar family & friends...his heart was broken after the loss of a child. May peace be with you all, knowing they are together. Let the love of others surround you all like a hug!!!!
Melanie Ross
December 6, 2016
His journey has just begun

Don't think of him as gone away...
His journeys just begun,
life holds so many facets..
this earth is only one

Just think of him as resting
from the sorrows and the tears
in a place of warmth and comfort
where there are no days and years

Think how he must be wishing
that we could know today,
how nothing but our sadness
can really pass away.

And think of him as living
in the hearts of those he touched
For nothing loved is ever lost
And he was loved so much.
Meganne Feula
December 6, 2016
Our family sends hope for peace that passes understanding to come with time. We cannot imagine the sorry you are feeling, but please know you are in our thoughts, and are not alone.
Vickie and Brad Echols
December 6, 2016
Our deepest condolences and our prayers and love to the Loncar family.
Anthony Tran
December 6, 2016
As a family who has been touched by depression and suicide, we understand the heartache and pain you are going through right now. We are keeping The Loncar Family and Friends in our thoughts and prayers. Your memories of happier times will come easier as you go through the healing process. May God be with you.
Cyndi Aughinbaugh
December 6, 2016
Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your lossour thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time. Brian brought so many gifts to our life. We will never forget him.
Tonya Munoz
December 6, 2016
I have had the pleasure of working for Brian for almost 13 years. I have enjoyed every minute of it! Brian will be missed by so many. My deepest condolences to his family.
Jennifer Romines
December 6, 2016
Brian I know without a doubt that God crossed our paths. Thank you for your generous spirit, emmense heart and wonderful smile. Your concern touched me and my family at a very critical time in our lives. You encouragement remains. Thank you. God Bless all who love you.
Sabae Martin
December 6, 2016
When I think of you I just smile. Now through tears. Love to the family.
Lyn Skibell
December 6, 2016
My deepest condolence's to all, May Brian now be at peace with his beautiful daughter Grace In the presence of God almighty, May they both rest in paradise, Trudy Gulbranson
Trudy Gulbranson
December 6, 2016
my deepest condolences to the Loncar family. He will be missed and always remembered..
Alicia Ledesma
December 6, 2016
Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Carlos Hughes, Jr.
December 6, 2016
What wonderful words about a childhood friend. Oh the fun we had at the Loncar house! Brian you will be missed by many. Prayers and hugs to the Loncar family.
Alice Aldridge
December 6, 2016
Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal.
Our thoughts are with the Loncar Family and may Grace and Brian light up heaven together, hand in hand.
Debra Cooper Stepp
Debra Cooper Stepp
December 6, 2016
Great friend, awesome guy, huge loss.
Harry Herzog
December 6, 2016
God Bless all of you @ this very sad time!!
Beth Fountain
December 6, 2016
Our sincerest condolences and love to your family in your time of sorrow. Patricia de Priese and the Cortopassi Family.
Patricia de Priese
December 6, 2016
You lived a very fierce life. I think you did everything at 105%. I can't even imagine losing a child. So sorry for your loss and thank you for all the people that you influenced in you professional and personal life. Prayers for your family.
Carol Cobler
December 6, 2016
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Loncar family
Michael Reibly
December 6, 2016
My eyes and ears see and hear it, but my heart doesn't want to believe it. I am still in disbelief that someone as good and generous as Brian has left us. May God watch over his family and give them comfort in this time of grief. You will be missed "Jefe" and always remembered.
Rita Paredes
December 6, 2016
Praying for the Loncar family, friends and Associates. My heart breaks to hear such sad news. God bless everyone. Elaine Zuniga ( Dallas, TX )
December 6, 2016
My heartfelt condolences go out to you and your family. I will surely miss the presence of a truly lovable and kind person.
Elvira Reyes
December 6, 2016
With deepest sympathy for your great loss of Brian and Grace. May Our Father in Heaven hold and comfort you and give you strength.
Lillian Chase-Phillips
December 6, 2016
Our deepest sympathy to the entire Loncar family.
We are thinking of you all and wish you peace during this time of sorrow.

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