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Brian David Howie

February 16, 1985March 30, 2021
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Heaven gained another Angel... With very heavy hearts we have to say that Brian D. Howie gained his Angel wings on March 30, 2021. Brian is a wonderful person, always putting others before himself. He’s funny, loving, caring, kind, generous and would give the shirt off his back and do anything for anyone. Everyone that knows him knows he loved fishing and skateboarding since childhood. He loved to travel, he loved animals, he loved watching sports, especially the Gators and the Broncos; he loved music, he loved the beach, he loved cooking out and spending time with his family and friends. Out of all the things he loved, he came to love GOD the most!

He worked for Master’s Insulation for many years and would like to thank them for being so good to him over the years.

We are deeply saddened with all of this. Please always keep Brian in your thoughts and cherish the love he has for all of us and the unforgettable memories he’s blessed us all with. That’s what he would want to be remembered by the most. Rest Easy B!!! We love you so very much and it’s not going to be easy without you!!!

We will be celebrating Brian’s life on Saturday April 10th. Visitation will be from 11:00 to 12:00, his celebration starting at Noon at Bayview Fisher Pou Chapel. A private burial will take place at a later date. In lieu of flowers please donate to your favorite charity.

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    Saturday, April 10, 2021

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    Saturday, April 10, 2021

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Lynn VanNattan

April 11, 2021

We didn't personally know Little Brian, but , having known the Howie family for almost 50 years, we mourn with all of them for their dear family member. Rest in Peace, Brian David, you were much loved. Lynn and Jerry

Misti Ahrens

April 10, 2021

Brian you will always be on my mind and in my heart. Love you B. It will never be the same going to the races without you. I still will always safe your spot. Also I will always miss my morning texts and my morning picture you sent with my kisses. Love you B ..until we meet again.

Ric CARTER

April 9, 2021

Our thoughts are with all the family.Peace be with you. Ric & Nancy C.

Barb Howie

April 9, 2021

Little Bri--the baby of the family who grew up to tower over all of us. He outgrew everything but his family nickname--he is still, and will always be, Little Bri.

We watched his sister Rebecca and him grow up in Denver, Flagstaff, and Pensacola. We looked forward to our family reunions, rejoiced in his accomplishments, and sent positive thoughts and prayers his way when he needed them.

His family and friends share so many wonderful memories, and we will cherish them all, always. Gone too soon, he will live forever young and vibrant in our hearts.

At peace at last, Little Bri. Pleasant dreams; I love you--

Aunt Barb

Deb Allour

April 9, 2021

Hi family, I remember My nephew in many ways. One time when I was visiting Florida from Denver, Colorado and he came over to Rebecca’s house and cooked his famous Oyster Rockefeller on the grill and tuna steaks and many other things. He was fun and he definitely smiled a lot. He also knew I’d like to snorkel and told me and took me to the Appliance reef somewhere around Pensacola and it was alot of fun and I saw fish swimming around appliances as it has created it’s own reef for tropical fish , to live in. He was a such an awesome young man. I will miss him very much. I love you Brian David. Xox Aunt Deb

Dianne Howie

April 8, 2021

We celebrated the birth of Brian David with a party at my apartment in Denver. He was also to spend his first Christmas there during the infamous blizzard of 1985. Not to be deterred by the weather, my brother, Brian, put chains on his van and drove his young family across town. Tammy had prepared a turkey, and we had a grand old time!
Our folks organized a family camping trip to Santa Fe, NM, with all five Howie kids (Di, Barb, Bri, Beth, and Deb) and the grandkids. It was so much fun watching Becca, Little Bri and Danielle (Deb’s daughter) play together. Pink flamingos stood guard over our campsite which Becca referred to as “pink ducks!”
We enjoyed many happy family reunions at our folks’ place in Tucson: four generations under one roof, with lots of laughter and fun at the pool.
Most recently, our dad, David, who will be 100 this year, had a wonderful conversation with Brian and his son about cars and racing, two of their favorite topics.
Keep on truckin’, little Bri…we will miss you.
Love, Aunt Di and Uncle Mark

Britney cheatham

April 7, 2021

Brian was my friend that I could talk to about what was going on with me. He smiled all the time!! We called him smiley.
He will be missed .

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