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Petty Officer 2nd Class Brian Keith Lundy, Jr. Brian earned his heavenly wings on September 9, 2011. In the ever so brief 25 years that Brian was on this earth, he led a full and meaningful life. It began with his birth to Ramona Fowler and Brian Lundy Sr. at Bergstrom AFB, TX on July 29, 1986. Brian accepted Christ at an early age and was baptized by Rev. R.E. Foster at Zion Rest Missionary Baptist Church. He sang with the Voices of Joy and was an active member of TCIA and JCIA Youth groups. He was also a Jr. Deacon and early on demonstrated an eagerness to serve. Brian had a passion for animals and as a young child spoke of being a veterinarian. He loved his Great Danes, his iguana and his parrot (who now resides with Brian's mother). Brian loved motorcycles, which fulfilled his need to live on the edge and his need to go fast. Many of Brian's friends witnessed his impulsiveness while experiencing his passion for nature and mankind. Good times were always guaranteed when Brian was around. Brian graduated from Bowie High School in May 2004. One of the fondest memories of Brian at Bowie High School was his participation in the Mr. Bowie Bulldog contest. Even then Brian demonstrated signs of his outgoing personality. Brian received a scholarship to Huston Tillotson University and enrolled in August 2004. During this period of his life, he determined college did not provide the challenge and adventure that he was seeking so he decided on a different path. Determined to fulfill this burning desire to do more with his life, help others, and serve his country, he enlisted in the United States Navy in May 2006. During Brian's enlistment in the United States Navy, he successfully completed Basic Training and Hospital Corpsman "A" School in Great Lakes, Illinois. His first duty station was aboard the Aircraft Carrier USS Ronald Reagan from November 2006 to August 2008. His next assignment was the Naval Hospital 29 Palms, California from December 2008 to December 2010. However, these past assignments still did not challenge Brian to his full potential. So once eligible, he applied for and was accepted to Special Training as a Hospital Corpsman with the Fleet Marine Force. Fleet Marine Force training consists of specialized training in advanced emergency medicine and the fundamentals of Marine Corps life, while emphasizing physical conditioning, small arms familiarity, and basic battlefield tactics. He went on to train for Fleet Marine Forces (FMF) in January 2011 and successfully completed FMF training in March 2011. After successful completion of this training, he was assigned to 2nd Marine Division, Fleet Marine Force, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina in March 2011. He then deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom to Afghanistan in July 2011. Brian often called his mother Ramona ("Mama") detailing interesting stories about his duties as a Corpsman. He told her about having to deliver a baby, treating an Afghani National with multiple stab wounds, and even having to remove a rock from the eye of a young Afghanistan boy. Brian had finally found his calling and his purpose in life, and he was doing something that made him feel that he was making a difference in this world. Ramona delighted in the fact that her little "Peanut" had become a man. Unfortunately, his acts of heroism were cut short after his life was taken while conducting a dismounted patrol at 11:44 A.M. (Afghanistan time) on September 9, 2011. At that moment a bright and shining star went dim. It should be noted that as a member of the United States Navy, Brian was awarded the following commendations: Purple Heart Global War on Terrorism Service Medal Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal Humanitarian Service Medal Navy "E" Ribbon Sea Service Deployment Ribbon with Bronze Star Good Conduct Medal NATO Medal National Defense Service Medal However, the most rewarding commendation Brian ever received was the opportunity to help others and to give his life in the service of his country. Brian was preceded in death by his Grandfathers: Charles Fowler and Nathaniel Lundy Sr. Brian leaves to celebrate his life, his mother Ramona Fowler (Bernard Thomas) of Round Rock, TX; his father Brian Lundy Sr. of Chicago, IL; his Grandmothers Erma Lee Fowler and Dorothy Lundy both of Chicago, IL; his sister Joslyn Robinson of Round Rock, TX; his God Brother Brandon Brice of Austin, TX; a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, dear friends and Extended Family - Marvin and Karen Brice. The world is a lesser place without Brian, but Heaven is so much better. Visitation services will be held from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 20, 2011 at Cook-Walden Capital Parks Funeral Home in Pflugerville, Texas. A Homegoing Celebration will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, September 21, 2011 at Sweet Home Baptist Church of Round Rock at 2000 South Interstate 35, Round Rock, Texas 78681. To share memories of Brian with his family, please visit our website at

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May 27, 2015
Wear Blue, Run to Remember 2015
Dear Family of Brian Lundy Jr.- I wanted to let you know I had the honor of running in the Wear Blue, Run to Remember Memorial Day Run held in Springfield, VA this past Monday. I read his name aloud during the Circle of Remembrance and I proudly wore his name and picture on my shirt during the run. The four mile run was on a hilly trail around the lovely Lake Mercer. I think Brian would have liked it given his love of nature and while I wasn't as fast as a motorcycle, I ran as quickly as I could for him (30 minutes for four miles). From all I have read here Brian was clearly a remarkable young man. I wanted you to know he was remembered by name this past weekend along with many other heroes. My prayers are with you.
Kelly Dillon
October 15, 2014
To the family of Brian Lundy. I want you to know that the service held for Doc Lundy in Marjeh, Helmand Province, Afg touched my life forever. He was so very well respected, and is still missed by all. God bless you all, and be proud you have a true hero in your family.
Stephen Rich
September 9, 2013
To the Family and Friends of Petty Officer Lundy, Please know that people are still stopping in on this page and thinking of your Loved One. We trust that he is with Our Father in Heaven and waits to hold you in his arms again. Thank You for Your Ultimate Sacrifice!!!
Yvonne & Rich Fitzpatrick
June 2, 2013
Prayer Shawls 4 Fallen Soldiers ( is an organization with groups throughout the country who work to send handmade prayer shawls and/or lap robes to families who have lost a loved one while serving our country. Members of Trindle Spring Lutheran Church would like to extend our sincere sympathy and to honor your son's sacrifice and memory by sending our prayers and comfort through a prayer gift which will be mailed to you. If you are interested, please contact me at with the names and addresses of those who would like to receive one and which gift they would like to receive. We will send our gift as soon as possible. Also, if you know of any other families who are grieving the loss of a loved on who died while serving our country, please pass along my e-mail address. May God bless you and comfort you in the days ahead. Sincerely, Lynne
Lynne Neibert
September 16, 2012
To the family of Petty Officer Brian K. Lundy:
Brian gave the ultimate sacrifice and will be held in the hearts of Americans forever. I cannot and will not let our fallen heroes be forgotten. My deepest sympathy to you. "Some gave all."
Peggy Childers
September 9, 2012
my daughter(Anna) and her husband(Billy Doerr) are on a Flight 93 Memorial Run today. I know it is with a heavy heart as he thinks about you today Doc Lundy..
Pam Bumgardner
April 6, 2012
I'm a Retired Hospital Corpsman Chief, and I keep Brian K. Lundy's dedication to self and service with me everyday by wearing a falling hero bracelet that bares his name. Although he may be gone he is not forgotten. Semper Fidelis!
Johnnie Taylor, Jr., RET-USN-HMC
Johnnie Taylor, Jr.
March 20, 2012
May the Angels of Heaven carry you Doc Lundy an angel of the battlefield to eternal peace and watch over you as you did your Marines.
'Until they are home, No man left behind'"
HM3(FMF) Wilson. 1st BN 9th Marines
gray wilson
November 11, 2011
Brian was a very special person .. Not a day goes by I don't think about him. I never met such a gentlemen. He will forever be in my heart .. A piece of me is missing and won't be returned until I see him again. May he rest in paradise.
Tee Jordan
November 8, 2011
Doc on patrol with a cat that he found
I am with Brian platoon that still in Afghastian, just a few days ago we where all given memorial bracelets which everyone is wearing them there not a day that goes on that I dont think of "peanut" he would always walk around our patrol base shaking hands and asking people how they where doing. He was a great person to be around and always looked out for us love you Doc
3rd PLT 1/6
November 4, 2011
Our condolence and prayers to your family. On Sept. 9th 2011 I knew something terrible had happened. You see, my son a corpsman was deployed with Brian. I waited three long days for him to call me. I immediately asked him " WHAT HAPPENED" someone close to him... He sounded exhausted and paused. I could tell that he did not want to tell me that his fellow corpsman was KIA attempting to save a Marine. That he was a great friend a good man to all. I did not want to push him, only to hold him and never let go. My heart sank for Brian's mother. So now, I pray that Brian's wings gather you all in warmth,comfort and love. He will be sorely missed by my son and the grateful men in his Battalion. He will be remembered forever never to be forgotten.
Monique Lightner
October 4, 2011
In recognition of Petty Officer aka 'Doc' Brian K. Lundy's Honorable Service in the United States Marine Corps, the members of the SSgt Walter F. 'Trae' Cohee III Detachment # 115, Salisbury, MD as well as the members of the Tri-Cities Detachment # 969, Gray, TN of the Marine Corps League would like to extend our appreciation and gratitude for his service to God, Country and Corps as well as our sincere condolences to his family.


Don Elseroad
Staff Sergeant USMC (Ret)
MCL Detachment # 115 & # 969
Don Elseroad
October 2, 2011
Fair winds and following seas Petty Officer Lundy.
Jim Strnad
September 27, 2011
May Brian's courageous soul rest in peace and may his family find comfort in the knowledge that Brian truly did make a very wonderful difference in this world. Our prayers and deepest sympathy are with you all.
Pamela James
September 27, 2011
Such a good person. Many memories made waiting for the band director to show up at the school. He will be sincerely missed.
Raul Calderon
September 27, 2011
I did know Brian, my prayers go out to his family.
PO1 (SW) Terrance Wade
September 26, 2011
I didn't know Brain Lundy but i know Bernard Thomas & i wanna send my prayers out to the family.
September 25, 2011
We want send our condolences in a appreciation for the sacrifice this young gave for the citizens of our great country of USA.
May God comfort each and every family member during this trying time.
Rev. Jimmy & Yvonne Morton
Jimmy & Yvonne Morton
September 25, 2011
Brian was an amazing person and an all around good guy, he will truly be missed, he is gone but never forgotten. Meeting him first in high school then seeing him again days befor he was deployed was surreal. I gained a good friend and never lost him, because he will forever have a place in my heart.. my prayers go out to his family.
Michelle Hooker
September 24, 2011
Mona and Family, we are so sorry about Junior. He really grew up to be a very special person. May he rest in peace. He will be with you.
Margaret Brown
September 24, 2011
I know there are no words to say at this time, except how sorry that I am. I truly feel your loss and pain. My thoughts and prayers are with you always. Brian will never be forgotten.

For you every single soldier
Those who served so honorable
Your life was forever altered
While I’m home safe and free
I stand with grateful admiration
I stand respectful and so proud
I know I’m only a civilian
And I don’t even know if it’s allowed

But I salute you; allow me the honor
to salute you with permission let me say
Even though I hold no rank know that from my heart
My humble gratitude comes from the deepest part.
I salute you.

For those missing in action;
for those who didn’t make it home.
I know you’re in God’s presence you are not alone.
For every neatly folded flag;
for every shattered family
I will do the only thing I know to dignify your memory.

I salute you, allow me the honor
to salute you with permission let me say
even though I hold no rank know that from my heart
my humble gratitude comes from the deepest part.

I salute you.

I Salute You.

Suzanne MacDaniel - A Proud Aunt
Colonie, NY
SGT. David M.Fisher
KIA 12/1/04 - Iraq
~ S MacDaniel
September 22, 2011
My heart and prayers goes out to you!

Mae Griffin

(The twins mom - Michael and Marcus)
Mae Griffin
September 22, 2011
I met "Peanut" while he was attending HTU through my daughter
Jennifer. "Peanut" made an impact on our family with the love that was in his eyes, his smile, his laughter, his everything, he was one of a kind. I will never forget the time that "Peanut" drove Jennifer home so she could vote in her 1st Presidential Election in 2004, they came to Seguin on a wing and a prayer, because when they got to Seguin we found out he had very little gas in that little white car of his. I told him, "Ya'll will not get back to Austin on fumes alone," we had a good laugh. From that day on he was my 2nd son and he called me mama Greeno.
Oh, he will be sorely missed.

Thank you Ms. Ramona for sharing your son.

With much love and appreciation,

The Greeno Family sends their condolences,love and prayers.

"To God Be The Glory For The Things He Has Done,"

Rest on in His loving arms "Peanut."
We Love You, but God Loved You More.
Sherri Greeno
September 22, 2011
Brian Sr and Family - May the comfort of God help you during this difficult time.
May your memories give you strength.
Peace, prayers and blessings.
Aubrey King & Family
Aubrey King
September 21, 2011
May GOD grant you a seat on HIS HOLY table Brian..........u will always be The Hero u are....
amiola austin
September 21, 2011
Please accept my deepest sympathy
for the loss of your loved one and
Hero Brian, and my sincerest
gratitude for his service.
God Bless you PO Brian K. Lundy...
you will not be forgotten.
Sylvia Kronenwetter
September 21, 2011
No parent should ever have to loose a child, God is still in control, there are no words I can say of comfort. May you lean on our Lord for strength. I am so sorry for your loss. Angela Wiggins
September 21, 2011
Ramona, I'm so sorry to hear about the loss of your son. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Mary Hartgrove
September 21, 2011
Mona Fowler and family, my entire family grieves with yours. God Bless all of you during this difficult time.
Marilyn Woods-Gallon
September 21, 2011
I was honored the privilege to attend the memorial service for Brian and to pay tribute to an outstanding young man. Marines are a special people but any Sailor who would volunteer to serve alongside Marines as a Corpsman is even more special. I am sure any of his Marines would agree. Rest in peace "Doc". Semper Fi! My sincere condolences to his family and friends.
Jose Cortina
September 21, 2011
I'm so very sorry for your loss of Brian. You're in my thoughts and prayers.

Marine Mom
September 21, 2011
Although it's been years since I've seen Brian I do remember how good of a person he was and I totally believe that he touched everyone's life he came in contact with. His family and the Brice family are in my prayers. Thank you Brian for your sacrifice in the name of freedom. Much love!
Brittany Behn
September 21, 2011
We truly appreciate his service and offer our deepest sympathy.
Mike and Diana Harris
September 21, 2011
Mona, my heart breaks for your loss! I am praying for you and the entire family. Godspeed!!
Pamela D Reed
September 20, 2011
Brian Lundy represents the best that America has to offer. May his family and friends find God's peace in this trying time.
Richard Flores
September 20, 2011
Brian, May you rest in peace. Thank you for your service to ths country.
Dianne Smith
September 20, 2011
God Bless you, Ms Fowler. I as a citizen am thankful for Junior's service. I thank you and pray that God continues to uplift you.
Blondie Pruser-Stockman
September 20, 2011
I did not know PO3 Lundy but as an American citizen who comes from a long line of military service members, I would like to say thank you so much for your service and sacrifice to this country and the world as a whole. I am sure you were a fine young man as it takes such to serve as you did. Thoughts and prayers go out to your family and friends with much respect.
Crystal Clark
September 20, 2011
Our hearts go out to your family, friends, and Brian's fellow comrades near and afar. Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you. Brian I've read the many messages here from those who knew you and those who served alongside you. You will always be an amazing young man- well respected, so very loved, and sorely missed. The world is a lesser place without you. PO3 Lundy, words can not begin to express our gratitude to you. THANK YOU. You will NEVER be forgotten.

From our Proud Navy Family to yours- May God give you much comfort and strength. ~~~~~ PO3 Lundy, Fair winds and following seas shipmate.~~~~~
The Perez Family
September 20, 2011
While I didn't know Brian, I do know that his selfless acts and courage are what make America such a great place to live. My heart goes out to the family of this young man who served our country with great pride. May you always have the peace of knowing that he did exactly what he loved to do, and made a difference in the world. Always cherish the memories for these will help ease the days ahead. Prayers & Love...God Bless Brian Lundy, Jr.
Jessica Goff
September 20, 2011
On behalf of our son, Gregory, a navy corpsman serving in Afghanistan, we wish to express our heartfelt condolences on the loss of Brian. We thank him for his selfless service on behalf of our country, the Land of the Free because of the Brave. He is a true hero and patriot. God Bless you all.

The Hartford Family
Cape Cod
September 20, 2011
Brain Lundy, you will be missed by family members, by friends, by co-workers, by church members, but we all know what price you paid for our FREEdom. Thank you for being TRUE HERO and a brother in Christ. May God be with your family at this time.
Tuesday Hurd
September 20, 2011
Bless Brian's family and we thank PO Lundy for his bravery and service to our country. Carolyn S (Austin Navy mom)
September 20, 2011
Bless Brian's family and we thank PO Lundy for his bravery and service to our country. Carolyn S (Austin Navy mom)
September 19, 2011
Brian was a person who always lived his life to fullest and was a person who never lost touch. I know him from high school at Akins. We regained touch while he was in 29 palms. I remember texting/talk to him everyday and we just talk about anything and everything. I am proud of him on all of his accomplishments in life. I am praying for his family and friends. This is hard to know I can't talk to him anymore. I am truly grateful to know him.
Jasmine Lee
September 19, 2011
I want to express my profound gratitude to God for Brian Lundy Jr's sacrifice of his life in the service of his country, his family, and his friends. General Douglas MacArthur said it best: "He who dares to die, who lays his life on the altar of his nation's need, is beyond doubt the noblest development of mankind. In this he comes closest to the image of his Creator who died on the Cross that the human soul might live." My heartfelt condolences to Brian's family.
Dorothy Robertson
September 19, 2011
There's a rule among the corpsmen: show weakness or grief and the warriors around you may lose confidence in the men who are supposed to save them. Besides, there was no time for mourning. More casualties may be coming in. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
HMC Eric Motz
September 19, 2011
My favorite mememories are of you, Joslyn, Cedric, and I playing and getting into trouble at Gran-Gran's house. You always looked out for me as your baby cousin and I always felt special when you were around. I will truly miss you and I love you so much. You served your country and I am so proud of all you accomplished. I know this isn't goodbye but see you later.

Love, Alicia Ivy a.k.a Fay Fay
Alicia Ivy
September 19, 2011
My deepest condolences go out to the family of Brian Lundy. I had the pleasure of working with Lundy at 29 Palms Naval Hospital. Lundy was always so funny and a very motivating individual! He will be greatly missed. Ooorah Doc! I hate goodbyes, so I'll just say see ya later.
Jessica Critelli
September 19, 2011
As I read your sons obituary I am moved by Brian's service. It is the men and women like your son that keeps this great country safe. May God bless him and help his family through their grief.
September 19, 2011
It’s been 10 days since I received the call from my son Brandon informing me of the death of his best friend Brian, a young man that was like a second son to me. While I know the pain and hurt will eventually subside, I still grieve immensely for him. My heart aches for his Mom Ramona, and Big Sis Joslyn, and for my son Brandon. I asked the LORD why?....but then I ask Him for strength and understanding, especially for the family. Weeping may endure for the night, but joy comes in the morning. Mona, Joslyn, Brandon, may your joy come in knowing Brain’s death was not in vain, but rather he died a hero, saving the lives of his comrades, while serving his Country! One day, we’ll all be together again, and what a hallelujah day that will be. To GOD be the Glory!
Marvin Brice
September 19, 2011
September 19, 2011
Thank you for serving our Country.May God bless your Family.
September 19, 2011
To the Lundy family,
My prayers and sympathy go out to Brian's family and friends. He was a very Godly and courageous young man. Know that God can and will heal the hearts that are broken because of your loss. 2 Cor. 5:8. To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord.
Hebrews 13:5 I will never leave you nor forsake you. Know that your loved one has always been and is still in the Master's Hand (That is God)!
Thank you Mr. Brian Lundy Jr. for your service to God and our Country!
May God continue to uplift and bless your family
R.J. Sims
September 18, 2011
What a wonderful man! What a horrific loss!
We are so sorry! Thank you Brian, we need more human beings just like you
September 18, 2011
Thank you for your outstanding service to our country.
September 18, 2011
To Brian's family you have my prayers and love,I met him when he was my son's room mate at college(Huston Tillotson)I instantly fell in love with him he was such a nice young man we are gonna miss our"Peanut"Gods Blessings to the family.
Maude Davenport...Giddings,Texas
September 18, 2011
RIP Doc, Marines consider very few things their equal. Corpsmen are one of them. We look out for and honor our 'Docs'. Thank you sir for your service and sacrifice. In honor of your service I have built a special profile on a military heritage website,

If you would wish to view this tribute please use the following link

Fair winds and following seas, Brian
Jim Gasho
September 18, 2011
We don't know Brian but reading his obit he was a spectular person. God has an angel. Thanks for your service Brian.
Semper FI USMC
J&G Lombard Illinois
September 18, 2011
R.I.P. DOC , Thanks for your service.God Bless you and your family.
Semper Fi,Gunny Havelka USMC (ret)
September 17, 2011
To the Lundy Family,
My prayer and thoughts are with you during this difficult time. I have fond memories of Brian.
Mattie Dixon
September 15, 2011
My heart goes out to the Lundy family and saying I'm sorry may be of some comfort but will never take away your pain. Still though, I'm not one to pray normally, I will pray for your family and hope that the joy he brought you while he was with you gets you through this terrible time.
Debb Cammarata
Deborah Cammarata
September 15, 2011
Melissa Gregory
September 15, 2011
I'm glad I had the pleasure to work with Brian, even though it was only for a short time. He always had a smile on his face & always knew how to make someone laugh. My heart goes out to his family. He was a bright, amazing corpsman & will truly be missed...
Jessica Holmberg
September 15, 2011
Fair winds and following sea's... From our USN family to yours, we pray for much peace & comfort. You will NEVER be forgotten. HOOYAH! -The Mendoza's, San Marcos & Lockhart TX; The Perez', Round Rock TX ; The Vega's, Austin TX.
U.S. Navy Family
September 15, 2011
My heart goes out to the family and friends of Brian he was a sweetheart<3..I had the pleasure of working with him at the Robert E Bush Naval Hospital in 29 Palms, Ca....He always made me laugh and he was just awsome! I still can't believe he's gone. I will never forget him and what he did for our country! Thank you Brian for being a HERO and giving me the pleasure to know, work, and laugh with you! I will always remember! My prayers and tears are sent to you and you're family everyday! THANK YOU for you're courage because you CHOSE to go you're on in a million!
Rebecca Boone
September 15, 2011
From one Navy mom of a Corpsman to another,, your families prayers are with us. We are one family and know that there are many of us praying for you and your family.
Fair Winds and Following Seas our brave Corpsman.
Brenda Abeyta
September 14, 2011
May God be with the Lundy family as they honor the memory of their Precious loved One
PO Brian Lundy a True American Hero We are so sorry your Blue Star has turned to Gold
A Marine Family
Cleveland Ohio
September 14, 2011
As you travel the path of grief, I pray memories of Brian bring comfort to your broken heart.
September 14, 2011
Ramona, you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers daily. May God continue to Comfort & Strgenth you at this difficult time in your life. May God Shine His ever loving light on you all and you keep holding to God's Unchanging Hand not a better place to be than in the Hands of God...

Be Blessed,
Ann Mack
Cecilia Mack
September 14, 2011
My Prayers Go out to You and your Family
Sylvia Davis
September 14, 2011

My prayers go out to you and your family.
Wanda Atwood
September 14, 2011
LaShanda Newbill
September 14, 2011
Prayers go out to the family. Love you and miss you "peanut" from the Newbill family
LaShanda Newbill
September 14, 2011
Brian was our Corpsman in my Section in 1/6 when he passed on, we all miss you so very much. I can offer the simple words that he was as brave as they come and never put himself before other. When he passed on all the Marines got together and talked about how everyday was a good day to him and he would greet us all with a hug or a handshake. Never complained and continued to fight for all of us. I then sat with our Afghan National Army counterparts and they told me how much they loved and respected Brian. he often helped them with illness and injury and they all gave praise to him. He reached out and touched so many even in a world here in Afghanistan where we are isolated beyoung belief. I love Brian Lundy and my Corpsman, my hero and my best friend. We did all we could do for him that day, but it was God's plan to take him and God has the final say. May you forever rest in peace Brian.
Zachary Fortier
September 13, 2011
Our prayers go out to the Lundy family, we had the pleasure of knowing Brian while he was stationed at 29 Palms he was a great sailor and a wonderful person. He will be sadly missed by all that knew him.
Randy & Annemarie Whitcomb
September 13, 2011
My prayers go out to Ramona and family. I have known Ramona and her children for many years. It is with great sadness to hear of such news of a wonderful young man.
My sincerest condolences
Cynthia Clark
September 13, 2011
Condolences to the family of Petty Officer Brian Lundy, blessings for strength as you grieve, and know other Navy families share your heartbreak in the loss of your son and pride in our young corpsmen as they serve with such honor and bravery.
We remember as well the young Marines and corpsmen with whom this brave Doc served, and offer them our deepest sympathy while they continue to serve.
"And if you ever have to go out there,
and your life is on the block,
Look at the one right next to you...
I'm the one called "Doc"."
Karen Hachman
September 13, 2011
My sincere condolences to the Family and Friends of Brian Lundy. I pray God will give you comfort in your time of sorrow. I am grateful for Brian's service to our Great Nation and greatly appreciate Him for my freedom. Brian, you are a true American Hero and will not be forgotten. Stand down Soldier, Your mission is complete. Job Well Done. May our Heavenly Father welcome You home to rest.
Barry F Guthrie
USAF 1966-1969
RVN 1967-1968
John 15:13
“Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends”
September 13, 2011
Ms. Ramona-

Even though we don't see each other much at work, please know that my heart hurts for you in your time of sorrow. Your family at the Department is keeping you close by, and will continue to walk with you in your time of need.

Scripture assures us that those who mourn will be blessed and comforted. My prayer for you and your family is that He holds you close and gives you strength and couragae in your time of need.
September 13, 2011
Our hearts go out to the family of Brian. He sounds like an amazing young man that will be dearly missed. We are so thankful for his services to our country. May God bless him.
Estrada Tony
September 13, 2011
Jr/Peanut was a sweet young man with many goals while serving his country. I've worked with Ramona for many years and she loved him dearly. My prayers go out to the family for he will always be in our hearts while cherishing the memories.
Deborah Hargis
September 13, 2011
I sat next to Brian's brother on the plane from Chicago to Philadelphia, as he and his father travelled to meet their fallen brother/son at Dover Air Force Base. I was deeply moved not only by the sacrifice Brian made for our country, but by the grace with which his brother and father carried themselves in this sad aftermath. Even ten years after the horrific attacks on our nation, our soldiers continue to fight for good and freedom. May Brian's family carry his strength and conviction ever onward. My sincerest condolences.
Geordie Miller
September 12, 2011
Charlotte Cox
September 12, 2011
No bond is as great as that between a parent and child. My deepest condolences are with you as you grieve.
Charlotte Cox
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