OBITUARY

Brian Gregory Couch

September 22, 1957December 11, 2018
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Mr. Brian Gregory Couch, age 61, a native Atlantan, passed away on December 11, 2018. Brian was the son of the late Casper “Fritz” Couch and the late Sylvia Ruth Couch. He was the older brother of the late Jeffrey Thomas Couch and is survived by his only sister, Ms. N. Lynne Couch and brother-in-law, Mr. Ronald A. Rubel, of Atlanta, Georgia. He is further survived by his aunt, uncle, and two cousins, Mrs. Ann Motes and Mr. Raymon Motes, of Newnan, Georgia; their two children, Mrs. Angela Bowers and Mrs. Tracy Lyles and their respective families. Brian was a 1975 graduate of Southwest Dekalb High School, in Decatur, Georgia. Mr. Couch was employed for over 41 years with The Southern Company in Atlanta, Georgia. He was a dedicated employee in the company’s IT Department and excelled in his long career. Mr. Couch earned many awards for his outstanding performance and was named not once, but twice as Employee of the Year in a company with over 32,000 employees. Mr. Brian Couch was a loyal son, brother, friend to many and was devoted to his longtime love, Ms. Roxanne M. Bassett of Round Rock, Texas and Cumming, Georgia. A memorial service will be held in Brian’s honor at 2:00pm on Saturday, February 9, 2018 at H. M. Patterson & Son – Canton Hill Chapel. The family will receive guests one hour prior to the service. In lieu of flowers, the family kindly asks that you consider a donation in Brian’s name to the American Heart Association.

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, February 9, 2019
REMEMBERING

Brian Gregory Couch

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Sherri Dickens

February 7, 2019

Brian was someone I loved and lost. We met at Southern Company. He knew my Mom long before he and I ever met. He was smart and kind and a great person. He will be missed for many years by so many he touched over the years. I hope you are dancing in heaven with both our Mom's, Bri. Love to you always.

Steve Gurley

January 27, 2019

Brian will always have a special place in my memory. For many years he played a role in my life on almost a daily basis. We rode to school together, hung out at each other’s houses and did all those crazy things that kids do when growing up. We had tons of fun together. He was always introducing me to new music, which included exposing me to Queen. In fact, when the movie Bohemian Rhapsody came out, which was before Brian died, I told my wife that I owe Brian for that memory. Although we only talked occasionally over the years, his influence in my life has been immeasurable.

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