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H.P. Brandt Funeral Home

1032 Perry Highway, Pittsburgh, PA

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James Christopher Brinkle

September 1, 1972March 11, 2020

James Christopher Brinkle was born on September 1, 1972 and passed away on March 11, 2020 in Greensburg, Pennsylvania.

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William Holiman

March 31, 2020

I worked with James. We became fast friends in a short time. We traveled the country together for years. We always stayed close even tho we lived across the country. He was family to me. And always will be. I will miss you in so many ways. I loved you like family. You will always be in my heart.

Martin Larson

March 13, 2020

I met James many years ago when he was driving for me. I was his driver manager. Over a period of time he and I became friends. He had a work ethic that was beyond reproach. He was working as hard and legal as possible to earn the money to bring Fay over to the US. I was proud to have been a help to him to accomplish this goal. As time when on, I spent time at his house while he worked on my Ol' Chevrolet. It was evident that his family loved one another and took care of one another. After a while, I came to be thought of as family. I will always feel a part of James' family. I am still in a state of shock. He was a good friend and like a little brother. I do know that I will never forget him and when I think of him, I will be glad for the time I spend hanging with him. Until we meet again!

Jon Caudill

March 13, 2020

I had the pleasure of knowing and working with James for many years. He always had a joke and a smile. I consider it an absolute privilege in knowing him and having him as my friend. I will miss him very much.

Gerald McAlister

March 13, 2020

I met James in 2015. He was assigned as my driving trainer. We immediately became great friends. He brought me to his home and his wonderful family treated me as one of their own. He was a great teacher and a great friend. Am glad we got to cross paths a few weeks ago. He will be sorely missed. James, you can ride shotgun any time!