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Brian Marcus Egleson

4 mai 197730 septembre 2021

Brian Marcus Egleson, 44, of League City, Texas, passed September 30.

Brian was born to Joseph Daniel and Cheryl Lynn Egleson, May 4, 1977, in Houston, Texas. He graduated from Newton County High School in 1995 and received his High School Diploma.

He is survived by: parents, Joseph D. and Cheryl L. Egleson; sister, Mellanie Elaine Thorp (Robson); aunt, Judith Anne Luna; and uncle, Gary Cecil Wood. He also leaves behind to cherish his memory nephews, Nathan Scott Ruble, Clayton Alexander Ruble, and Corwin Robson Thorp, and many loving cousins.

Brian is preceded in death by grandparents Vina Belle Irwin, Joseph Daniel Egleson Sr., Oline Ruth Wood, and Abram Caleb Wood.

He was a flight attendant for Southwest Airlines for 15 years. He enjoyed bowling, karaoke, and gaming. Most of all, he loved spending time by the beach.

A visitation for Brian will be held Wednesday, October 13, 2021 from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM at Forest Park Lawndale Funeral Home. Graveside Service will follow at Forest Park Lawndale Cemetery at 3:00 PM. Per family request, masks are required when attending the visitation for Brian.

Services

  • Visitation

    mercredi, 13 octobre , 2021

  • Graveside Service

    mercredi, 13 octobre , 2021

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Brian Marcus Egleson

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robert williams

13 octobre , 2021

Brian was my friend. I will always remember him for being one of the most kind hearted people I have ever met. He was generous almost to a fault. I will also remember him for his naivete and innocence, which sometimes this was a source of endless amusement to all of us but this was the essence of Brian. He was not affected by the ugliness and mendacity of the world. It sometimes seemed like he was almost disconnected from it and above it. No matter what was happening he always maintained an equanimity that made him special. I had lost touch with him after he moved to Texas but I had hoped to see him again someday, maybe on a Southwest flight. His sudden and unexpected death was a shock, knowing now that I will never see him again. The world is an emptier place without him.

Kevin Richardson

12 octobre , 2021

Brian,
Although we only knew each other for a few years, you left a lasting impression on me. You, Tanja and myself shooting pool, wii bowling, hanging out at Miller's ale house, Charlie Horse and Gator Joes. We always had a good time, the three of us, particularly the time at downtown billiards with the shots of tequila and hot sauce! It was an honor and pleasure to have known you . You will be greatly missed.

Sky Tombs

12 octobre , 2021

To know Brian, was to know someone who was kind, helpful, smart, and reserved. I'll never forget the times Brian tried to help me understand algebra. It the time we came to help him after the hurricane hit his apartment. Being roommates, we shared many laughs and did quite allot together Tanja, Brian, and myself. I'll forever remember those great times we had. God bless his family. RIP Bri.😇🙏

Vincent Perry

12 octobre , 2021

My dear old friend Brian, I still cannot believe that you are gone. We were inseparable as teenagers growing up. Bowling league and tournaments together, spending every weekend together, and playing video games until the sun came up. We were like brothers being raised by my parents and yours. You will be sorely missed by everyone who has had the pleasure of knowing you as you brighten the heavens above us...

Doreen Stallworth

7 octobre , 2021

Earl and I, Vince, Jenn, Koi and Kalia are truly sorry for your loss!
God be with Brian. And, God give strength to Joe, Cheryl and family. Vince is devastated! He could not believe Brian is no longer with us. Those two were so close in the early days--playing, league bowling and just "hanging out". They had a great time at Walt Disney World--typical boys staying up all night playing and yet energy to do the day's park visit. We miss Brian!
Doreen Stallworth

Tanja Mylek Richardson

6 octobre , 2021

You were my best friend for many years. So much has gone unsaid. Just know that in my heart you will always be my bestie. I love and miss you. I know you are up there watching us with your angel wings probably singing karaoke. Rest in peace my friend! You will be sorely missed.

Lynne Dishko

6 octobre , 2021

I remember Brian as a sweet little boy who grew up to be a very
kind man. My husband and I were so proud of Brian when he
was hired by Southwest Airlines to be a flight attendant. We
felt it was a great job for Brian as he was such a calm and
good natured person. He truly loved his Mother, Father, and
Sister, and I know he will be deeply missed by all of his family
and friends. I believe he is with the Angels and will be a
Guardian Angel for his nephew Cory. My deepest sympathies go
out to my our dear friends Cheri and Joe and the rest of the
Egleson family.

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