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Our family sends our sincere condolences to your family and if we can help in any way please let us know.

Respectfully Yours,
Bruce and Karin Larsen and Family
331 Overture Way
Centreville, Maryland 21617
410-758-5331


Posted by: Bruce and Karin Larsen - centreville, MD - Neighbors in Symphony Village   Oct 11, 2010

Brian was the best son-in-law I could have have asked for. Love you Brian.


Posted by: Mike Higgins - Odenton, MD - Father-in-law   Oct 04, 2010

Bless you all


Posted by: wendy {morley} barwood - John's sister   Oct 02, 2010

My heartfelt sympathy to you and your family. My mom and I just finished reading all of the warm messages from friends, co-workers, hockey students, former schoolmates and from some who hardly knew Brian. I must say Patti, you and your husband certainly raised a WONDERFUL son. It is amazing the warmth, care, concern and compassion expressed by such a young person, something he seemed to be born with. I so hope these outpourings of love and compassion ease your pain. Love to you and your family,

Wendy (Morley) Barwood.


Posted by: wendy {morley} barwood - adams center, NY - John's sister   Oct 02, 2010

It was a pleasure and a privilege knowing Brian. He ran the hockey program at Kettler with skill, enthusiasm, and compassion, and he passed those attributes on to all the kids who called him "Coach," including my boys. He was a gentle person; he had a wisdom beyond his years; and he always had a smile. We will miss you Brian. All our lives are better for your presence in them. Thank you for the memories.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you Emily and the rest of Brian's family. I know Brian will be watching over all of you.


Posted by: Carol Spicer - Arlington, VA - KCI Hockey Family   Oct 01, 2010

Dear St. Louis Family:

Brian coordinated all of his efforts with for the league via the captains. He did a very good job, and he was always very pleasant. I only had the pleasure of meeting him in person on one occasion, but he struck me as a great guy to know. I'm saddened by your loss, and I have you and your family in my prayers.

Sincerely,
Brian Wrenn


Posted by: Brian Wrenn - WASHINGTON, DC - Adult Hockey League Team Captain   Oct 01, 2010

Saint,
I will never forget the times we shared at Bowie and at Benfield Pines. I was really shocked to hear about this and my condolences to everyone. Rest in Peace Brian.


Posted by: Derek Brutger - Saint Cloud, MN - Friend   Oct 01, 2010

Dear Emily and Family,
I had the blessing of meeting Brian for the first time when registering for the Women's Hockey League last year. I could tell, without question, that he had a great passion for hockey and the players who came through the doors at the Kettler.
My thoughts and prayers are with his family at this time as we have a new angel watching from above.


Posted by: Carolyn Totaro - Hanover, MD - Friend   Sep 30, 2010

Emily and Family: Our deepest sympathy goes out to you and your family in hearing about the loss of Brian. We are thinking of you during this very difficult time and want you to know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Sorry that we are not closer and able to pay our respects in person. Know you are in our thoughts!


Posted by: Daria and James Mlynarski - Derry, NH - Family Friend   Sep 30, 2010

Patty and Lisa. I am so sorry for your lost. May the Peace of God be with you. The Hale Family.


Posted by: ARDREINE HALE - Millersville, MD - Patty's Friend   Sep 30, 2010