Honorable Brian-Duff-Obituary

Honorable Brian Barnett Duff

Wilmette, Illinois

1930 - 2016 (Age 85)

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DONNELLAN FAMILY FUNERAL SERVICES Obituary

Honorable Brian Barnett Duff, age 85, of Wilmette, IL. Born September 15, 1930, Dallas, TX, son of the late Dr. Paul Harrington Duff and Frances Ellen Duff; brother of the late Paul (Mary), John (the late Estamarie), the late Ellen (the late Harlan) Pickering, the late Roderick (Kathleen), the...

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Ellen, I am so sorry to hear this sad news. It's always hard to lose a parent. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Marilyn Tomasko Sammarco ND/BP'77

Very sorry to learn of the passing of fellow Chicago Literary Club member Judge Brian Duff. Our condolences to Florence and family.

Florence and family, I was saddened to hear of the passing of Judge Duff. I enjoyed visiting with him the few times we were together. You have all been in my prayers. May God comfort you in your loss and in the coming days.

Florence and family, I was sad to hear of Judge Duff's passing. I enjoyed visiting with him the few times we were together. You have all been in my prayers.

Dear Duff Family;
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. We hope the fond memories of Brian and the love and kindness of your faith, family and friends comfort you and lift your hearts. God Bless You all. In sympathy, Steve and Andrea Legatzke

Ellen,

Sorry to hear about your father passing. An old time Wilmette resident will be missed.

On behalf of the Notre Dame Class of 1977, Ellen's classmates, please accept our deepest condolences on the loss of your beloved father, grandfather, friend. May the Angels lead him into Paradise. May the God of comfort and mercy fill you with strength, and knowledge of his unending love for you. A candle will be lit at the Grotto at the University of Notre Dame in his memory. From ND `77 Class Secretary for the Class.

Dear Aunt Florence and Family,

I'm so sorry to hear about Uncle Brian's passing. I am glad that I was able to meet Uncle Brian, you and your family when Andy and I visited you years ago and at the family reunion. Thinking of you and your family at this time.