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BRIAN P. LAWLESS

Needham, Massachusetts

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Lawless, Brian P. Brian lived in Boston and Needham MA, and his final home in Navarre, FL until his sudden death from a heart attack on April 4, 2014. Brian was 52 years old. Burial services took place in Florida. He was the beloved husband of Yvette and loving father of Nicholas. Brian was the...

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Brian in Naples

So sorry to hear about Brian. He was quite the basketball player.

I am so sorry he to hear about Brian's passing. I was friends with the outlaw Richard. We were good friends then overtime we all seem to drift apart. What I'm seeing today is that Richard also passed away back in 2003. I'm am in complete shock that both passed so young. If possible could someone let me know what happened to Richard. I am so sorry for your losses. Dan Ravinski 31 Wildflower Lane Plymouth Ma 02360. [email protected]

Brian was a sincere, nice human being who never knew how much he was appreciated by his friends. A humble wonderful person. So sorry for your loss. Sincerely, Julie Corbett (Needham High)

I just heard, please accept my condolences. I knew Brian well in Nigh School and he will be missed. Again, so sorry for your loss. -Gary Savignano

My heartfelt condolences go out to the entire Lawless family. I was shocked when I read the email informing me of Brian's passing. He was a great friend even though we had not seen each other in many years. He was smart, funny and had a large heart. I have numerous fond memories of Brian and will always treasure them. May he rest in peace.

Dear Carolyn, Dick, Yvette, Nicholas, Robbie, Tina, Lynn and Paul.
I was so shocked and very very sad to hear of Brian's passing. I remember Bri dearly as my little cuddly one who liked to sit on my lap when I was baby sitting for him, and his 2 brothers. When Lynn came along she took his place on my lap but he always had a very special place in my heart. I remember when the family came back from England, Brian had the cutest accent and would always wish us Tata when he was...

To the entire Lawless Family
I am so sorry for your loss. Brian was a beautiful person with a kind heart, a great sense of humor and a smile that would light up a room. He will be missed by all. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Katie Quirk

Dear Yvette and Nick: I know your hearts must be aching and I'm so very, very sorry for your loss. I have such fond memories of Brian (and you) meeting me at the Pensacola airport two years ago and the conversations and laughs we enjoyed while visiting with Melissa and Kevin. Time seems to move so slowly at a time of sadness. Brian was a gift to this world and will be missed and remembered fondly. Wishing you peace and comfort, Linda Wiseley (Melissa's mom)