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Condolences for Brian James McEvilly, Jr.

Arlene Flowers (saffian)Monday, August 16th

May you enter the gates of heaven in the arms of God and may eternal light shine upon you on your journey, you left us with your smile and your kindness. As I write this note I remember how helpful you were.

Jeffrey LawryTuesday, August 17th

My name is Jeffrey Lawry I work with Brian at CTCA my condolences to his family and friends my prayers are with you all. Brian was a very nice guy

Faith WilliamsTuesday, August 17th

My hero, my friend & my Angel, Brian was a beautiful spirit. My heart is broken.We spoke only weeks ago and laughed about the fun times we shared.
His season on earth was brief,but we were friends for a reason. He taught me patience,compassion, endurance and how to use my iPhone! We taught each other, the true meaning of being accepted and making a difference.
Sincere condolences go out to the family and we thank you for raising a spectacular young man and sharing him with the world.
Rest in love and peace!

Batowa KadjakaTuesday, August 17th

Brian was a great person to work next to. I got to know him more during this pandemic. Through his resolve to keep working in his condition and positive attitude, he had shown us in a short time that he had the foundation of a great person and an amazing human being. We will certainly miss him dearly.

Lauren DaleTuesday, August 17th

Brian was a wonderful soul. One of my favorite memories of him was at our virtual holiday party this past year. We had a comedian join us, and Brian loved it. I watched him smile and belly laugh through the entire show and it brought me happiness to see him happy. He was great to work with, always tried to help out others, and a truly valued member of our team. I'm grateful to have gotten to know him.

Mary FanningTuesday, August 17th

I had the pleasure of working with Brian at Cancer Treatment Centers of America. He was always so kind and caring. Such a beautiful person.
I am so sorry for your loss.

Heather GreavesTuesday, August 17th

I’ll remember Brian for his snarky humor, quick wit, his spontaneous authentic laughter, his kind heart, and selflessness. He was a good listener, and an even better friend. I miss him already.

MaLinda RossWednesday, August 18th

Brian was one of a kind. His laughter was contagious and one of the best laughs out there! Brian allowed me to be his friend without judgement and was always there to provide support and his wisdom. I will forever miss him. Here’s to you Brian, may you Rest In Peace. Love and peace to family and friends.

Joanne FitzgeraldThursday, August 19th

So sorry to hear that Brian passed. My deepest condolences to his family ♥️

John McNeilThursday, August 19th

I am very saddened to learn of Brian’s passing. May his memory live on in the hearts and minds of all who knew him and may his smile, perseverance and strong will, even in the face of adversity, forever be an inspiration.

Terry LeeSaturday, August 21st

I met Brian thru my journey as a CTCA patient. Such a tall handsome person with a smile that brightened every hallway throughout. Such a genuine person ALWAYS caring, Always giving of himself, never hesitating to show compassion and encouragement to all he met. It was a honor that he took the time to know me personally, always addressing me by first name and without fail, greeting me with an infectious smile.
As with so many others who worked with him he touched my heart and I will be forever grateful that he walked into my life when Myself and others needed him the most He was always there. Never to be forgotten.
Terry Lee. Cleveland, Ohio

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