Rita Morris (Sewell)
Brian and I became friends after high school in the years he worked at Lutheran Church of the Cross. He was a kind and hard working man who loved his family and was a positive influence on the kids at the day school. You will be missed Mr. B.
Kathy Leinbach (Carrow)
I met Brian when were both at Lynch Elemeantary. We ended up both going to Meadowlawn and NE. I lost track of him after that time. Then several years later I started teaching school at Rio Vista. I ended up teaching both of his children. I enjoyed having them in my class.. Brian was a very hard worker who loved his family.. Mr. B. will be missed, RIP Brian.
Cheri Wix (Hill)
What a great friend. Brian said I could take my driving test in his Jaguar!!! I was pretty scared, so I borrowed a more normal car from another friend.... Whew!
We grew up 2 blocks away, and both ended up in our parents homes to raise our families. I loved stopping by and chatting with Brian when I saw him working in the yard, on my way home from work. I saw him often when my boys were attending Grace Lutheran Day Care, where he was the most loved attendent, forever! When my husband and I had the B&N market across the street, we would see Brian often, and his son, Jeremy, worked for us for a while, as well.
Brian was a hard worker, and didnt let anything keep him from enjoying life. He loved his family, and friends..... And really, anybody he ran into...
A bright star is up there where he is at peace. Love you Brian!