Hanes Lineberry Funeral Home

515 North Elm Street, Greensboro, NC


Brian Keith Weller

January 20, 1955July 21, 2019

Brian Keith Weller was born on January 20, 1955 and passed away on July 21, 2019 in Greensboro, North Carolina.


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Charles Mulchi

July 31, 2019

Dear Mrs. Weller and Family,

I had the great pleasure of working with Brian over the past 3 years on the development of Global Safety First. I really enjoyed our friendship and admired Brian's passion for making the company a success. He taught me some very important business lessons and I will always be grateful for our time working together.

Please know that you are all in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
Chuck Mulchi

Brent and Janet Wham

July 26, 2019

To Marcia, Jonathan, Daniel and the rest of the Weller Family;

Our families have been close since we moved here 33 years ago. We've been together through many shared experiences and memories. But, this is the toughest. Brian was a most dear and loved friend. As so many have stated in these pages, he was always full of life, fun to be with, and sincerely generous.

Brian Weller, we intend to show up at the celebration of your life tomorrow and be counted among the very many who will be there to honor you.

Brent and Janet Wham

Kimberly Dorney

July 26, 2019

Condolences to the family from Muhlenberg Class of 1972

Linda Spinelli

July 25, 2019

Brian had a very unique way of making you feel special. I ran into Brian at the Spa car wash a few weeks ago. We loved sharing our Berwyn Paoli Stores. Especially Cooperstown!! He wanted to hear all about my 2 children - finally I broke in and said, "Brian how are your boys?" He was so excited to share his grandparenting stories. Brian was so proud of his grandsons. Jim and I unfortunately cannot make the service; but our most sincere condolences and prayers are sent your way. Love and Prayers, Linda and Jim Spin

Dennis and Cathy Hughes

July 25, 2019

Jon, Jamie, Mason, Brady and Family,
Please accept our deepest sympathy on the passing of your father, Brian. We didn’t know him very well, but he seemed like a very nice man.
Cherish the wonderful memories that you have of him. They will help you get through the really tough times.
Uncle Dennis and Aunt Cathy

Jim Garland

July 24, 2019

It is hard to express how sorry I feel for Marcia, Jonathan, Daniel and their families over the terrible loss of their husband, father and grandfather. My thoughts and prayers go out to them in this tragic time. As a neighbor on Justin Lane for many, many years, Brian will always represent for me a period of great happiness. Of young couples raising their young families; all of us learning from each other. Brian was always so positive, always gave you a genuine smile and handshake, and was always ready to talk sports when you'd meet him on the street.
But I'll remember most of all the parties we used to have on the street - Brian and Marsha, the Whams, Marinos, MacCrorys, Gentiles and others. You'd exchange small talk, mix a drink or two and wait for the official start of the party, which was Brian telling a joke. In that role, he had no equals, and so the room would go silent, giving him the floor. And he never, ever, failed to disappoint. Marcia and the other women would blush or roll their eyes while every guy was rolling on the floor. That's how I'm going to remember Brian. RIP my friend.

Tom Toscani

July 24, 2019

Marcia and Family,
Obviously, I knew Brian most through BPALL. He was a straight shooter and perfect as a league Director. He never had an Agenda to benefit himself and always treated everone with respect and fairness. While Marcia ran our concession stand, Brian could always be counted on to help out whenever we needed him (even if it meant eating our last hot dog) . Over the last month I had the opportunity to work with him again, and it brought back the memories of how thorough and alert he was. He will be missed by all of us.
I apologize that I will not be able to make the service and I am arriving back in town late Saturday.
Anne and I are thinking of you.
Best regards, Tom Toscani

Jennifer Miller Carney

July 24, 2019

I’m still in shock. I met Brian only two years ago when he hired me to help with PR and marketing for ReadiMask. He truly was one of the kindest, most generous people I’ve ever met. I’m really going to miss talking with him. My sincerest condolences to Brian’s family. He will be sorely missed.

Jen Carney

Sandra M Griswold

July 24, 2019

I was fortunate to have worked for Brian as an “Executive Secretary” when he had his business, Brian K. Weller Associates, in Paoli in the mid 1980’s. He was a GREAT guy and a fantastic person. When I heard of his passing, it was such a shock. He was SO full of life and I still remember his infectious laugh. My sincere condolences to his family. Sandra (Sandi) Griswold

Bonnie Flamm Stichter

July 23, 2019

My deepest condolences to Brian’s family and loved ones!
Brian was my first friend when I was little. Through that friendship two families ( Flamms & Wellers) became so very close for so many years! I have a mountain of wonderful memories of times spent together. A little boy and a little girl running and playing throughout Hyde Park.
RIP Brian ❤️