Brian J. Evans

Jackson,, Georgia


Jackson,, Georgia


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Brian J. Evans Brian J. Evans, 35, died September 4, 2008, in Jackson, Miss. Born on August 11, 1973, in Sellersville, he grew up in Quakertown, graduating from Quakertown Community High School in 1991. After high school, Brian enlisted in the Navy, completed basic training in Orlando,...

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Miss you, Brian! ♥Love you always...

Happy Birthday Brian.. love you!

Uncle Eric.

Sept. 4th is not a very good day for us. We miss you every single day. Being missed as much as we miss you thats a real good indication how much you are loved! So much in the past eleven yrs has happened. You have two beautiful, smart, funny nephews in which I see a part of you in them. We hold on to our good memories and that is what gets us through . Love you very much! You will never be forgotten. Till we meet again, Brian.
Aunt Pam and family

Dearest Brian,

Well another year has passed. Still not a day I dont miss you. I love you very much. RIP my dear Nephew and Friend. I carry you with me everyday.

Uncle Eric.

Well we've hit the 10 year mark and you are still loved and missed like it was the first. What I would do to see that big smile or hear a belly laugh or just look into those beautiful eyes.
Love you, Mom

Happy Birthday my sweet nephew, I miss you everyday, and love you with all my heart!

Uncle Eric

Can't believe it's been 7 yrs. You will FOREVER live in my heart. I pray you are at peace. We all miss you and think of you everyday! Love you.. Aunt Pam

It's been six long years without you and everyday I think of you.
All the memories are great but how I wish we could make new ones.
Love and miss you everyday

This is to Brian and his family,
It's just about 1 year since your passing and still extremely tough to take. In situations like this I always try to learn something from it and to take something from it, which I feel that I have. This is not to be confused with not missing you. I do, everyday I think of you. It's all good and funny. I believe there is a piece of you in everyone of us in the Evans family and Gross family. You live through us. I see your eyes in your nephew Driver, and...