From: The Morella Family
204 Musconetcong River Road, Washington, Nj 07882
Our family extends our deepest condolences to Casey, Morgan and the rest of their beautiful family and friends. Clearly Brian was a dedicated father and friend to so many, and will sorely be missed. Rest in peace, Brian. heaven has surely gaimed an angel and thank you for sharing your two beautiful daughters with us. You did an awesome job and they hold a very special place in everyone's hearts just like you did and always will. I pray the beautiful memories carry everyone through during this very difficult time. God Bless!
From: knapp family
7 viola ave, leonardo, nj 07737
Casey,morgan.lisa,lynne, aunt teresa and uncle butch, you are in our prayers. Lost a great man today. Will miss you and your smile love cuz. Jolene, tom and eryn
From: Tommy, Jessica, Renee, & Carl Gruner
3244 8th avenue north , Great Falls, MT 59401
Our condolences to the family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
From: Mark Pelchat
10010 belle Bella rive blvd., Jacksonville , Fl 322561
I was a very good friend of Brian's while we were stationed in Virginia (Langley AFB). I have alot of great memories hanging out with Brian. I remember one phrase that Brian used to use in 1985 was "take it easy". It is interesting that I was just talking about Brian and old times over dinner with someone else that new Brian. We just happen to google his name and it sadden me to find out what happen. I have many memories with Brian from the time he was stationed at Langley Air Force base 1984-1987. Brian and I were in the same air condition shop together at Langley AFB. I extend my Condolences to you and your family. I have shed tears of finding out of his passing and he will always be in my memories.
From: Ed and Loreen White
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
Brian was a great Guy . I remember Brian in High school enjoying the good times. Our Condolences to all his family. Sorry for your loss.
From: Bill Utset & Family
6725 SW 97 Ave, Miami, FL 33173
Davies, Panarese, and Dileo Families our deepest condolence on the loss of your beloved Brian. No words we can offer can provide you comfort. However, know that our prays and thoughts are with you during this difficult time.
Fond memories of Brian will always be with me.
From: Candy Grossman and Craig Armstrong
212 Wren Creek Circle, Blythewood, SC 29016
To the Davies, Panarese and DiLeo families:
We are so sorry for your loss and hope the memories you have and the outpouring of love comforts you during this time and always.
Candy and Craig
From: Doreen Fischer
270 Old Somerset Road, Watchung, NJ 07069
Dear Lisa and Family,
Please express our deepest condolences to your family on the loss of Brian.
From: Jim Mahoney
Brian was my neighbor, Friend, and confidant. When i moved here 12 years ago i was lucky enough to move in next to Brian. Brian welcomed me to the neighborhood with open arms. over the past 12 yrs. brian and i became very close friends. i am heart broken over the loss of my friend. My heart is with all of brians family and friends. Brian has a vast network of friends and all of them are devastated over his passing. We both turned 50 2 weeks ago and were joking about all the things we need to do now as "old men". Thank You my friend for all the long conversations over the fence post. Thank You for being my friend. we shall all meet agin in the big meeting upstairs.
From: Mike Cifelli
Smyrna, GA 30080
My deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Brian, my prayers are with you during this difficult time.
From: Ed & Cindi Madurski
2 Garry St., Manville, NJ 08835
We are beyond saddened with Brian's passing. Our deepest thoughts and prayer are with you. A good man gone much too soon.
From: Bryan Diner
6507 Monique Court , McLean , Va 22101
To the Davies Family, My wife (Diane Fluet, also from Hillside)and I would like to offer our deepest sympathies and condolences on the passing of Brian. I played Pop Warner football and baseball with Brian. I always had fond memories of Brian. He was a sincere person with a good heart. Always a smile and always a nice word he had. I hadn't seen Brian for many years, but I was deeply saddened when I heard he passed--like a piece of one's youth was taken away. I will keep him and his family in my thoughts and prayers. May God bless him. Sincerely, Bryan and Diane Diner
From: Annette and Bruce Worswick
333 Adamic Hill Road, Milford, NJ 08848
Morgan and Casey, you may not remember us but we were friends of your parents and had so much fun with all of you - baking cookies, playing on the river, chinese buffet, etc. Our hearts go out to you and your family for the sadness you are enduring. You have been and always will be strong girls. Hugs!
Annette and Bruce
From: Rosan Keele & Charles Mirrra
PO Box 5068, Clinton, NJ 08809
We will miss Brian, but are grateful to have been a part of his life and to have known such a loving Father and family man.
From: Jayme Winters
3413 SW 7th Ln, Cape Coral, FL 33991
Dear Uncle Butch, Aunt Theresa, Lisa, Lynne, Casey and Morgan. I am truly sorry about Brian. I will also remember Brian making fun of me when my dad would yell at me, skiing when were young and always stopping by and talking to Brian when I was on leave from the army. He was not only a cousin but a great friend. I will truly miss him. I am sorry that I couldn't make it up for the funeral. My thoughts and prayers are will all.
From: TERRY KOSTES
281 Parkside Dr, Union, NJ 07083
My prayers are with you all at this very difficult time. Gone too soon
and Brian will always be remembered as a wonderful son, brother and father. Rest in peace
From: Maxine L. Makara
357 Pierson Avenue, Edison, NJ 08837
My very sincerest condolences. May your family find peace and acceptance,though the road is a hard one to travel. Love, Maxine
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