BRIAN-LORENCE-Obituary

BRIAN J. LORENCE

Cleveland, Ohio

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On February 5th 2018, a very special person who touched the lives and hearts of so many in his short 53 years, was taken to a better place. He is survived by his wife and soulmate Lisa, mother Roberta, brothers Scott and Wayne, nieces Maranda and Taylor, countless friends who will miss him...

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I miss you bro. You were one of a kind and I am so proud to say you were my brother.

Great Guy, my prayers and thoughts go out to Lisa and the family. He will truly be missed.

Brian and I were colleagues for over ten years, and we last saw each other at my retirement party ten days before his passing. When we last spoke, he was full of joy (with Lisa at his side) and wore a goofy hat that only Brian could have pulled off. He'll be sorely missed.

I was fortunate to work with Brian for almost 17 years. Brian impacted so many through his leadership and friendship. One of Brian's finest qualities was his honesty. Many of us who knew Brian learned to appreciate this quality and became better in our jobs/lives because of it. I am so thankful to have known Brian, and I will never forget his friendship and leadership.

To Lisa and all of Brian's family, may you find peace and comfort during this difficult time.

Brian was a very thoughtful and honorable man. He was very much a players coach in the workforcehe was the type of coach you wanted to play for. He was just so down-to-earth and Im thankful for the time we were able to spend together, even though it seems so short now. Work aside, we lost a great man in this world. To Lisa and his family, my sincere condolences during this tragic time.

To Lisa and the Lorence Family,
Words cannot express the sorrow we felt when we heard about Bryan's passing. All of our heartful sympathy to all of you.
The Crimaldi Family

I met Brian in August of 2016 when we merged our retail teams. While i did not know him for as long as many others, what i did quickly learn is that he was a strong but very fair Manager. He was rough on the outside and sweet and gentle on the inside. What an enormous loss for all. RIP Brian, you are already severely missed at Lindt North America.

Sincere condolences go out to the family. Lisa, I remember when you first met Brian at John's house, then seeing his car in your driveway, I knew you'd found someone new. He was a great guy and guess you knew it from that first day. Sorry for your loss.

Thoughts and prayers to Lisa and the Lorence Family and all Brian's friends who loved him so dearly. Another life taken to soon. May your happy memories of him bring you some comfort at this difficult time. Loving thoughts and prayers to you all. Jill Dunbrook MacVicar