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Brian Dean Wallace

Date of Death: March 8, 2017
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Brian Dean Wallace, 57, of Winchester, Virginia passed away Wednesday, March 8, 2017 at his home. Brian was born in 1959 in New Brunswick, New Jersey, the son of Roy Lee and Mary Ann Wallace of Boyce, Virginia. He grew up in Cranbury, New Jersey; as a student at Hightstown High School he was homecomingContinue Reading

Jonathan Noble left a message on November 19, 2017:
Very sad to lose one of my best life-long friends. We graduated high school together and stayed in touch on an off over the next several years. Whenever we would see or speak to each other it was like we had never lost touch. After not seeing him for decades, he found me and came to visit me and stayed in my home for most of the summer in 2013 and again in 2014. Brian was exactly the same smart, handsome, funny, well-read, friendly, warm, musical, curious, sports-loving (soccer), giving, magnanimous human being that he was the day I met him in the mid-1970's. When he stayed at my home, we would often talk into the wee hours about about politics, law, psychology, medicine, german cars, british cars, music, boating, high school, and all the events that defined our lives to that point, as well as making our dreams (and the dreams of our loved ones) come true going forward. There will never be anyone quite like him. Brian's passing is a terrible loss to anyone lucky enough to have known him.
Diane and Faith Cox left a message on May 5, 2017:
Dear Family, Mom and I have just learned of Brian's passing and want to let you know how terribly saddened we are for you loss. Brian was a part of our lives for so many years and he always brought joy to our home.
Mary Lou Delfino-Kerr left a message on March 15, 2017:
I'm shocked and sadden to hear the passing of Brian. He lived down the rode from my family and I. My heart goes out to Gwen what do you say when you lose a brother that your so close to. He always had a great smile!
Lisa Henning Roberts left a message on March 14, 2017:
I met Brian when I was a freshman at Hightstown High School. Brian was beautiful inside and out. Brian was athletic, intelligent, could sing, play the piano and wrote poetry; in many ways he was ahead of his time and a throw back. At 15 he was my renescance man. When I was a sophomore my mother who "loved" Brian decided to get her undergrad degree at Trenton State College. Brian would patiently help her with her algebra home work at our dining room table. Brian was kind and felt deeply. I will never forget him throwing pebbles at my bedroom window in the middle of the night just to talk.... Brian loved classic cars and looked like a movie star born to drive his racing green MGB. This is how I will always remember him. He truly was loved.
Patti Conlon Elhoff left a message on March 13, 2017:
As those of us who knew Brian when he lived in Cranbury NJ hear of this sad news about him, everyone keeps mentioning the smile that was always on Brian's face and the twinkle in his eyes. He always had a kind word for everyone. Our condolences to his family and loved ones.
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Brett Gash left a message on March 13, 2017:
a lifelong friend from Cranbury. we walked up and down main street for many years, hung out in Wynnewood, played together. my brother chuck nick named brian "twinkle toes McGee" when we played basketball in our driveway. to say I am saddened is an understatement. Too young Too soon. It was nice to see him when he came into town, a few years back. RIP my friend. My deepest condolences to his folks, Maryann,& Roy, brother John and sister, Gwen and all extended families.
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
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