Photo courtesy of Surprise Funeral Care

Brian Scott Mancini

Surprise, Arizona

Jan 18, 1979 – Mar 6, 2017


January 18, 1979
March 6, 2017


Send Flowers

Surprise Funeral Care Obituary

Brian was a medically retired Sergeant First Class, Combat Wounded Veteran who served as a Combat Medic with two tours in Baghdad, Iraq. He served over 12 years of Military Service in the United States Army. He was the recipient of two Purple Hearts, the Combat Action Badge, Combat Medical...

Read More

Guest Book

Not sure what to say?

In a few days you will have been gone two years. A bright light that shown, despite the darkness you had in your life. your wounds were not noticeable on the outside, but they were there in your eyes. truly a hero, you went about helping other wounded vets and that legacy remains. I love and miss you today, as I did the 16 or so years I new you. we had a special bond created by GOD and that bond will never be broken. GOD holds you in the palms of His Hands - so rest, be at peace, until...

Since this guest book has been out ,I didn't have the opportunity to say,
see you on the other side. I finally have had my chance now and wanted to send a rest in peace at your doorway in the heavens.
You where a remarkable young warrior who fought until you could no longer fight the good fight, We who have walked in your shoes can understand the whys and the pain. God bless your soul an comfort it, until we all reach the other side my brother.
Lawrence R Brown "Two...

Brian was a devoted soldier who had a mission to help other veterans at home
---a true hero.
Rest in peace.

My sincerest condolences to the family of Brian Mancini!! A true American patriot!! I did not know Brian or his story until seeing it on 60 Minutes....You must be incredibly proud of Brian!! God Bless you all and RIP Brian!!!

I just seen the special about Brian on 60 minutes, what an amazing person he was. My prayers are with his family and thank you Brian for your service! God Bless America

I never knew you SFC Mancini, but I know someone who did, and I know that person to be someone of great character, a loyal, dear friend, and she was touched by you, and loved you dearly. As I love her dearly, and care so much for her, I can only feel cheated not to have met you. You hold a high place in her heart, and I can hear and feel the love she had for you. As a veteran myself, I am blessed to call you a brother, though we served at different times. Thank you for you service, thank you...

My beloved son! I struggled to bring you into this world....and I struggle even harder letting you go! You were an honorable man and a beautiful soul who Loved The Lord....I KNOW you are with Him now! You were a true "giver" in this world and will continue to be! Until we meet easy in His Arms! I love you and miss you dearly my sweet son....Always in my heart.....Mom

I had the pleasure to meet you and your family. You served with my best friend, Eric Smith, and I knew so much about you before we met. You had a positive impact on his life: so many good times, so full of energy. Peace to you.

Rest easy Troop - you did your job well to save those during the battle and then after the battle - back home. Now its our turn to carry the burden.