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Palm Southwest Mortuary

7979 W.Warm Springs Rd., Las Vegas, NV

OBITUARY

Brian B. Eugenio

March 7, 1986June 15, 2020
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Brian Eugenio was born on March 7, 1986 in Laguna, Philippines. He was raised in San Jose, California.

To some, Brian might appear introverted but he was energized by people he liked, such as his close family and friends. He played several card games and was a champion of Magic: The Gathering. He also liked to play PC and PlayStation games, watch movies, UFC, anime, and dine out.

Brian will be especially remembered for being smart and witty, and for being an equally amazing listener and conversationalist. He was a great son, brother, and friend.

Brian is survived by his parents Edwin and Yolanda and his siblings Jarome, Yashmine, and Sharmaine.

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Aaron Mead

June 17, 2020

There will always only be one World Champion.
Rest well. You will be missed.

Josh Darsey

June 17, 2020

Can't really describe how I feel about this... it's just surreal...

Yashmine Ballesteros

June 17, 2020

It is with great sadness that I say goodbye to my younger brother Brian Eugenio. It was certainly not easy to see you suffer and say my final farewells. You were only 34 years old with so much more life to live. But life is truly unpredictable, and perhaps in heaven there was a dire need for a fun, youthful, witty, smartass, sarcastic character so God had to call you to His side so soon. Thank you for being my little brother, for all the laughs and the memories. I hope that in the next life, you are born to be my little brother again so we can spend more time together and I can be a better Ate to you. We love you. Rest in peace. We will all miss you tremendously.

Brian Du

June 17, 2020

Looking back on that, it was definitely by chance I had no reason i can remember to be in Mr. Taylor's classroom sophomore year and i didn't' know anyone there at the time. I was watching them play bomberman and i think giang, and justin where there. E just handed me the controller and said wanna try? and that was that. Thanks for hanging out in my garage almost every day. I really miss that. I'll miss you too.

Glen Viernes

June 17, 2020

We 1st met when i moved to San Jose when I started SJSU. We both played YuGiOh and i wasn't expecting much of it other than someone I could play card games with. Fast forward a decade an a half later. We developed a lasting friendship, went on road trips, got drunked up together, and so many other adventure. I always admired your confidence and passion in which I aspired to have the same. I looked to you as a friend and a rival since you helped me drive to become better. I will never forget you. RIP Brian. I'm going to miss you.

Kayte Jackson

June 17, 2020

Ohhh, E... I watched a startling story on facial recognition software tonight that made me rethink all the pictures I post and diligently tag on social media, and seriously considered deleting them. Then I see the pictures of you I took (from the Halloween you were Michaelangelo in 2012 and the joint birthday party for you and the boys in 2013) numbered among the highlights your sister collected for a collage to announce that you've been called back home, to join that what must be an ever-increasing absolute rager on the other side. I'm so grateful for them, the little pieces left of you for us. I wish I had more. (I'll confirm if that isn't the case.) You were such a loveable, adorable teddy bear of a man! I didn't just call you Ewok because it fit your current nickname. I was already sad you moved so far away, now I'm extra sorry you passed so soon, you deserved to live a lot more of this lifetime with us. My deepest condolences to all who loved you. Rest in peace, Brian Eugenio. 💔

Peter Phan Nguyen

June 17, 2020

Utterly speechless.....don't know what to say. Meeting Brian changed my life. He introduced me to a new group of friends in high school, taught me how to play a lot of games, opened my eyes to card games and board games. Helped me get a job when times were tough. Brought me to Vegas for the first time, taught me how to gamble and win. Opened my eyes to a lot of things in this world. It hurts to lose someone as bright and kind as he was. May you rest in peace brother. — feeling sad.

Quoc Tran

June 17, 2020

Thanks for being such a great friend, can't believe that just a few weeks ago we video chatted while playing SFV and had a casual conversation. Thank you for introducing me to so many games, it was great playing games and talking about everything game related with you. I'll always remember our pathfinder's sessions, those time in Tan's garage will never be forgotten. We all have lost a great friend, to others a best friend. Your family has truly lost someone special, you will be missed by all of us.

Ly Quach

June 17, 2020

My brother, I don’t know what to say. I wrote and rewrite this 4 times. You were a brother to me. We shared the same birthday March 7th a year apart. I remember when we would spend the day celebrating our birthdays together.

We met playing yugioh and you introduced me to vs systems. You motivated me to go to tournaments even when I didn’t want to. We traveled across the country playing a card game. That’s insane when I think about it. But you figured a way to make it work. And you let me come along for the ride. We lost touch in recent years, but I still think about you Glen Viernes and Josh Darsey. The countless days we spend together was insane. I’m sorry I wasn’t around more often and I’m sorry you
Left us so early. Brian Eugenio you showed me true friendship. You were always around when I really needed someone. And I will miss you. We really understood one another.

See you again someday.

Miguel Rodriguez

June 17, 2020

I lost a brother this week. Not a brother by blood, but by all other definitions. I will miss you Brian. I expected that our 15 years of friendship was just the beginning. I'm still processing that you're gone. Rest in peace, my friend.