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Date of Birth: March 21, 1960
Department: eSpeed Sales
After many months of grieving, we continue to mourn Brian’s passing.
He was taken from us way too soon.
We all still fumble for words to adequately explain what has happened, to explain this intolerable injustice.
Brian was one of the best individuals I ever met. He was all good and exuded kindness.
In the 10 years I was fortunate to know him and have him as a dear brother-in-law and close friend, I can’t bring to mind one time when he said anything negative about anyone. That is Brian’s essence. He saw the glass half full, his vision was positive, optimistic and upbeat. Brian’s life was a celebration of life; he accomplished many things in his business life, but how he treated his family, and how he went out of his way for others truly represents his heart and moral fiber.
Brian loved his family immensely.
He loved his parents dearly; his aunt, his sisters and his brother. He visited them regularly in his hometown of Westfield, Mass. He was a devoted son-in-law to my parents Jane and Bill. There was nothing he wouldn’t do for them. His generosity was unbelievable.
As a brother-in-law, he was concerned with all the details of my life, and my sister Elizabeth and her husband Eric. He listened and always helped.
He was a great uncle to Joshua, Danielle, Zachary and Callahan. He had so much patience. He always made time.
His love for his wife, Judy, and his daughters, Jessica and Leila, can’t be adequately described. His love for them was boundless, infinite…
Brian’s legacy, I believe, is about Love.
One only has to look at Judy, Jessica and Leila, to see Brian’s spirit.
He lives on through them. His boundless love for them exists.
And as the two beautiful girls grow and develop into honorable adults,
Brian lives on through them. He will always be with them.
I so enjoyed seeing you with your girls in my Sunday School class at St. Vincent Ferrer Church each week and knew from the moment I met you how truly special you were. It was very hard to continue on in the weeks and months after 9.11, seeing the girls and knowing they had lost you. Thinking of you all today. xo
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