OBITUARY

Brian Verdell Ware

September 2, 1963June 13, 2021
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Brian Verdell Ware, 57, of Longville, passed away on Sunday, June 13, 2021 at his residence. He was born on September 2, 1963 in Kinder. He enjoyed hunting and spending time at the Deer Camp. Brian also enjoyed fishing and reading in his spare time. He was a former crane operator and iron worker for a number of years at various places. Brian enjoyed LSU and the New Orleans Saints, and even loved watching South Beauregard Athletics. He coached baseball and basketball for the Ragley Rec League, which he loved.

He is survived by his mother, Carol Ware of Longville; one son, Brandon Ware (Kyana) of Sulphur; two daughters, Amber Becnel (Andrew) of Iowa, Emily Ware of Natchitoches; one sister, Kelly Fosson (Bill) of Longville; along with three grandchildren, Cooper Becnel, Buller Becnel, and Kynzlee Ware.

Brian is preceded in death by his father, Leland Ware.

A Celebration of Brian's life will be held at Ragley First Pentecostal Church on Thursday, June 17, 2021, at 2:00pm, with Rev. Sean Chisholm officiating. Visitation will be held on Thursday at the church, beginning at 11:00am until the time of the service. Burial will follow at Magnolia Cemetery in Ragley.

Services entrusted to Jordan and Amanda Mothershed, of Hixson-Snider Funeral Home.

Words of comfort may be shared with the family at www.hixsonsnider.com.

  • FAMILY

  • He is survived by his mother, Carol Ware of Longville; one son, Brandon Ware (Kyana) of Sulphur; two daughters, Amber Becnel (Andrew) of Iowa, Emily Ware of Natchitoches; one sister, Kelly Fosson (Bill) of Longville; along with three grandchildren, Cooper Becnel, Buller Becnel, and Kynzlee Ware.


    Brian is preceded in death by his father, Leland Ware.

Services

  • Visitation

    Thursday, June 17, 2021

  • Celebration of Life

    Thursday, June 17, 2021

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Eric Medders

July 20, 2021

I am very sad to hear of the passing of BWare as he was called on the jobsite. I worked with him last at Citgo with R&R and various jobs around the area in the past and he was a really nice guy to work with. My condolences to the family as he is a great loss.

Hazel Rosfeld

June 17, 2021

He was such a funny kid and adult. He will be missed. Praying 🙏 for all the family

Pamela Royer

June 15, 2021

He will surely be missed. I grew up with Brian. We stared the first kindergarten class at the old Ragley school.
But we had a friendship out side of school to. My mom and dad would always go drink coffee at his MiMi Coles house. She was grandma to most of the kids in Ragley.
Brian was staying at here house almost every time we went to visit.
We had so much fun climbing up the big oak trees running around under the house that sat way off the ground playing tag and hide and go seek.
We would sneek in the kitchen and get homemade tea cookies or a piece of fresh made jellyroll with home made mayhaw jelly. At Mimi"s every thing was homemade and always delicious. It was a long time before I realized that Brian and I were not blood related and MiMi wasn't my real grandma. We would run all over that yard and climb those big trees and alot of times take a lunch sack with a " lap over" peanut butter and jelly sandwich and sit in the trees and eat.
Everything was always an adventure when we were at MiMi's house and Brian was there. We would laugh and play until past dark and beg to stay out longer.
It's hard to think of Brian and not think of MiMi and vice versa.
He was held back a grade so we didn't get to graduate together. But that never made a difference in our friendship. We would usually talk a school and plan our visit and adventures at MiMi's house.
He was one of my best friends in school as we got older we each went out separate ways in life. But as soon as we met and started to talking all the memories and good times came back like no time hard ever passed. I'll think of him and our times as kids and smile as I remember his laugh.
Be at peace now Brian.
We'll always remember you and how special you are.
Pamela Royer
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