- 41 years old
- Date of birth: Jan 31, 1975
- Place of birth:
Fountain Valley, California, United States
- Date of passing: Feb 1, 2016
- Place of passing:
Fountain Valley, California, United States
|Let the memory of Brian be with us forever --We love you and miss you, buddy!--|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Brian Scott Yeazell, 41, born on January 31, 1975 and passed away on February 1, 2016. Brian was one of a kind, always laughing and having fun. He loved to fish, play golf, snowboard, wakeboard at the river and spend time with friends and family. He was very loved by his family and everyone who knew him. He is dearly missed by son Zachary Yeazell, mother Kirsti McKenna, step-father Peter McKenna, brother James Hamilton, sister-in-law Titta Hamilton, nieces Amanda and Ashley Hamilton, nephew Jared Hamilton along with many, many good friends and relatives. We will remember him forever.
"Happy 42nd birthday Brian, you are loved and missed every day more than words can tell, and tomorrow it is a year, since we lost you to that Eternal Light, where we all will meet some day.
Death leaves a heartache,
no one can heal -
LOVE leaves a memory,
no one can steal.
Your heartbroken mother,
your brother James, Titta, Jared, Amanda and Ashley"
"I wasn't a personal friens of Brian's, but after looking at the beautiful photos and tributes left, he seemed like a wonderful light to be around. And losing that light isn't easy. However we have a hope to have those lights brought back into our lives. God promises us that "the hour is comming which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out, those who did good to a resurrection of life..." (John 5:28,29). These words are ones that I rely on when missing ones that I have lost in the past. Please let these words being you the peace and comfort that they have brought me."
"Words seem inadequate to express the sadness we feel. May you rest in peace, Brian"
With heartfelt condolences,
Merja and Markku"
"There's a land, where all the paths end. It is the land of peace"
From our dear friend,
who hosted Brian in his teen years for a summer in Finland."
"Sweet babes, how can you be gone my dear brother? So many more things for us to do, so many plans left unfinished. Losing you is more than I can bear if you must know, so yes you found my weakness Baroo. I love you Brian and will always cherish the memories growing up with you. Those precious times together camping, fishing, skiing, riding, those river trips and yes the beer. Good times baby brother. So rest now, no more pain, no more sorrow. Only love, and peace. I will miss you beyond words but I know you will always be there. We will finish what you started you have my word and I will keep the promise I made you. You will live on in all of us. God be with you now. P.S. The next time I see you the first round is on me."
"Dear Uncle Brian,
I wished I could have spent more time with you, you were so cheerful and happy, you put up with a lot, I'm only eight years old and I thought you would be there till I was 48,now I don't have you physically but you'll always be in my heart. We all miss you.You always were so kind and loving. Bella and Arthur miss you a lot so does Zac, I am sure. Thank you for the birthday cards, you never missed a year. In case you didn't know we got 2 new puppies,named titus and bear, to bad you didn't get to meet them. You were an amazing uncle, you always put a smile on your face even when your down .we miss you all of us, with lots of love
We did not get to play golf often enough but you sure made it fun. Now your ball will fly like a "birdy" and soar like an eagle. You are at the "Masters,"
My "babes," losing you has shattered my life, however, you will remain forever young and smiling in my memories and live in my heart until my last day.
"Uncle Brian, I never could have imagined losing you. It still doesn't feel real. You were the most loving and care free person on this planet. You always knew what to say, and even when you weren't in the best mood you still put a smile on your face. You put up with a lot and always made every moment fun. I love and miss you more than anything. Rest in paradise.
"Brian you were the best uncle in the world. Me and my sisters really miss you. I wish we could've spent more time together. It's hard to believe you're gone but I know you're in a better place now. Rest in peace Brian"
"Brian, you were the greatest brother-in-law anyone could ever have, always fun to hang around :-) so many good memories in the 20 years I knew you.
It is so hard to say goodbye - You will be missed
“I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live, even though they die;"
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