Brian is survived by his mother Ruth, his father Randy, his sister Christina, his brother Timmy and Jamar Warner, and his three kids: Josiah, Brian, and Samuel. Brian was a strong-willed person as well as a caring person.
He would sit and watch Sunday football with his momma. The Redskins was the team the family supported, so naturally he also supported the Redskins. He had so much joy and excitement when his kids were born, at the hospital he would sleep with one of them in his arms.
Brian liked to hunt during hunting season and also fish. Whenever he got the chance, he would set out his reel in hopes of catching the biggest fish. He had a special knack for weather watching in hopes of snow fall. It was something that started as a child.
At one point in his life, he had a love for creating music. He’d play you his songs in hopes that you would like them. He also had the ability to be social with everyone he met. He would strike up a conversation with a stranger just to get to know them better.
He will be remembered for his charisma as well as his ability to joke around with loved ones. He was also a supportive person; he would go along with a plan you had in mind if it was something you enjoyed.”
Family will receive friends on Wednesday, December 15, 2021 from 10:00 am to 11:00 am at Colonial Funeral Home of Leesburg, 201 Edwards Ferry Rd., NE, Leesburg, VA 20176 where a service will begin at 11:00 am. Interment will follow at Sterling Cemetery, 45835 West Church Rd, Sterling, VA 20164.