Brian George Weidenbacher
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Brian Weidenbacher, age 73, passed away peacefully on December 14, 2020 in Boynton Beach, FL. Brian is survived by his children Scott, Todd and Wendi, "stepchildren" Erica, Jessica and Drew, and his beloved grandchildren.

Due to Covid, a memorial service will be planned at a later date.

Rest easy Brian and Roll Tide! RMFT

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Published in Sun-Sentinel on Jan. 5, 2021.
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January 11, 2021
So sorry to hear of Brian's passing. He was loved by many. My nieces and nephew Erica, Jessica, Drew and Roseann I am thinking of you and praying for you all. So difficult to have someone who loves you leave your life. So thankful Brian was such a postive person in all of your lives
Martha Birch
January 9, 2021
To all who knew Brian, he was my dad. As Brian always said, anyone can be a father, but it’s something special to be a Dad. Brian was a Dad to me. I’ve heard many of your names over the years, even met a lot of you. It would mean so much to me to get to know you better. He dated my mother for over 25 years, but nonetheless, taught me the ways of the world. I will Love and miss him
Every day till the day I die. RMFT
Drew Birch
January 6, 2021
Still remember how Brian arranged for an office softball game on the turf football field at old Tulane Stadium while the players ran sprints around us; RIP, Brian.
The Rook
January 6, 2021
Brian was the quarterback on our touch football team for many years. Always fun talking Alabama and LSU football with him. Great athlete but a better person. He will be missed.
David vienne
January 6, 2021
Brian was the quarterback on our touch football teams for many years . Always fun times talking Alabama and LSU
football. Great athlete but a better friend he will be missed.
David Vienne.
January 5, 2021
I met Brian in 1967 when I attended Delgado Jr. College. Today (eerily) I was in New Orleans and drove up Napoleon Avenue passing Samuel Square - where we would throw the football around and I thought of Brian. He was a great guy and loved Alabama football. It saddens me to think that he is gone. Condolences to the family.
Tiger Edwards
January 5, 2021
Hey Dude! sorry you cashed that check so early in life. Always have good memories of our friendship in the early days. Appreciate the autographed Mickey Mantle ball. The tickets to see Pistol Pete play with the Jazz. Sitting under the goal and shooting photos of our hero was cool. Going to Liberty Bowl with Tulane and Eddie Murrey was cool also. Man, I am blown away at you not being here anymore. Just memories of a good friend.
Wacko Wade Wright
January 5, 2021
the best one liners of anyone i knew... I'll see you at the 19th hole
john egan
January 5, 2021
Worked with Brian years ago at the Corps of Engineers in New Orleans. He was a great guy and a lot of fun to be with. Attended a few Tulane games together as he took pictures at the game. Roll Tide and RIP my friend.
Gerald Avery
January 5, 2021
My husband, Richard, and I knew Brian for many years in New Orleans! Richard and Brian played a good bit of golf together and he will always be remembered warmly by us both. We did keep in touch over the years but, as always, not nearly enough. Our thoughts and prayers to all of the family. He was such a great guy and GOLFER too!
Richard & Toni Baldini
January 5, 2021
Brian was a fantastic guy with a tremendous upbeat character, I really enjoyed all our fun times working together at the Country Club of Coral Springs for many years. He will be fondly remembered.
Shawn Craig
January 4, 2021
Brian was a co-worker, a friend, and a teammate on several sports teams; he excelled on the job and on the field; may #12 RIP with the Bear.
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