Brian-Whisenant-Obituary

Brian Adam Whisenant

Obituary

Brian Adam

Whisenant

Moulton

Funeral for Brian Adam Whisenant, 27, of Moulton will be Wednesday, October 10, 2012, at 2 p.m. at Parkway Funeral Home Chapel with Pastory Tony Collins officiating. Burial will be in East Lawrence Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be from noon to 2 p.m. at the funeral home.

Mr. Whisenant, who died Sunday, October 7, 2012, at Decatur Morgan Hospital, was born June 25, 1985, in Morgan County to Philip and Lisa Whisenant. Brian worked as a chemical operator at BASF in Huntsville. His favorite pastime was spending time with family and friends. He also enjoyed all outdoor activities including hunting, fishing and camping. Brian was a member of Cornerstone Church in Moulton.

Survivors include his wife, Morgan Whisenant; one daughter, Sailor Whisenant; his parents, Philip and Lisa Whisenant; one sister, Tiffany Plaxco; and grandparents, R.C. and Julia Flannagin and Gisele Whisenant.

Pallbearers will be Nicholas Barber, Kyle Barber, Tyler Weeks, Kevin Bowers, Dylan Whisenant and Todd Harden.

This obituary was originally published in the Decatur Daily.

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Phillip My condolences both to you and your family concerning the loss of your son. I never knew Brian but sounds like he was an outstanding and exemplary young man. I also have a son named Brian K. Whisenant, and would be sorely saddened and devastated if I ever lost him. May God be with you during this time of loss.

I knew Brian through my husband Jason Christy who worked with him at BASF he was such a person funny and had a amazingly beautiful spirit he always knew how to make you laugh and he was a great friend to my husband. My prayers go out to the family, may God comfort you in your time of loss.

I knew Brian through my husband Jason who worked with him at BASF and they became really good friends he was such a great person and had a wonderful presence my prayers go out to the family.

I taught Brian in my English class when he was in the 10th grade. I can honestly say out of all of my years of teaching, I will forever remember that class as being at the top of my favorites list. Brian certainly helped to make it that way. He never seemed to have a down day, and I could count on him to help brighten my day if I was having one.

I will continue to keep your family in my prayers.

I will not be able to attend, but will remember the family. I am a cousin of Billy Gene Whisenant his Grandfather. Billy and I grew up together and finished High School together. I probably met this young man at Billy's funeral, but did not know him, but I weep at the passing of one of my family. Raymond Hutchison-Huntsville

Phillip, Lisa, and Tiffany, There are no words that can take away the pain you are feeling now I know. I just hope that God will surround you with his love and give you the peace you need in knowing that Brian is at peace. We have so many memories of him as a child and he was always so happy! Just know that we are praying for you all and we love you! Wayne and Meredith

Im very sorry for the loss of a loving father and husband a great son a caring brother and a very dear friend. brian has been in my thoughts and prayers for months now and now months to come. rest in peace buddy!

Phillip,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your loss. May God's grace be a help during your time of loss and grief.

W. A. & Virginia Julian Whisenant

Morgan, you and Sailor will be in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.