Brijido "Brie" Hernandez

November 24, 1979May 10, 2018
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Brijido Hernandez passed away peacefully May 10, 2018. Brijido loved to see the world, music and art. He was born November 24,1979 in San Antonio, Texas. Brijido is survived by his wife, Laura Aguado; father, Roy Hernandez Sr.; mother, Martha G. White; siblings, Roy Hernandez Jr., Eloy Hernandez, and Priscilla H. Gonzalez; nephews, Roy J. Hernandez, Dallas J. Hernandez, Hendrick J. Hernandez, and Eloy E. Hernandez and numerous family & friends. Family will be receiving guests at 10:00am on Saturday, May 12, 2018 at Sunset Northwest Funeral Home, 6321 Bandera Rd, a Celebration of Life will begin at 12:00pm. Following the service the family will be holding a reception in Sunset Northwest Hospitality Suite.


  • Visitation Saturday, May 12, 2018
  • Celebration of Life Saturday, May 12, 2018
  • Reception Saturday, May 12, 2018

Brijido "Brie" Hernandez

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Martha White

May 15, 2018

I’m Brijido mom thank you for all beautiful memories every one share, make me feel more proud of my son . Thank you from all my heart. Martha White

Markus Hanssen

May 14, 2018

I first got to know Brie on a project we both worked on in Pittsburgh, PA. Brie not only represented a tremendous pool of hard-to-come-by knowledge, but was also genuinely curious and struck me someone who just eagerly kept on learning through conversations and interactions.

Brie was a natural social organizer. In a consulting world of lunch-at-your-desk-to-make-the-latest-deadline he made a point out of regularly dragging us out for sit-down lunches where we could have open conversations and let the creative juices flow. If there was a non-local to ask about the many happening restaurants in Pittsburgh it would have been Brie!

His kindness and ability to connect with and relate to other people were also defining characteristics of who he was. I think he knew every single front desk and concierge level employee at the Renaissance Pittsburgh where he would normally stay, and he always seemed interested in how they were doing. He would insist on bringing me with him as a guest to the concierge lounge until I had gathered enough hotel points to gain access myself. A simpler way to say it is perhaps that there was no one ever left out when Brie was around.

Our paths crossed again a few years later as he joined a project I was working on in Philadelphia. I still remember our first interaction on that project as I was not aware of him joining ahead of time. We were on a conference call and someone introduced him to the team. I just blurted out "Brie!? Really?? Brie!!!" as I was so excited to be working with him again.

That project would ultimately be his last, and he still leaves us with a big gap both on this project and for our company. Not only is it almost impossible to find someone with his unique combination of health insurance business knowledge, user interaction knowledge and ability to roll up his sleeves and deliver; but his beaming smile, kind attitude and infectious laughter is dearly missed. May you rest in peace, Brie.

Juliet De Leon

May 12, 2018

I have known Brie for about 15 years and as soon as I met him I knew he was uniquely genuine. Brie was an amazing man in so many ways! He was warm and caring and had an ability to make everyone he met feel like an instant friend. His boundless, loving heart was shared with everyone close to him. I know that I am a better person for having known him and that he leaves this world brighter for having been in it. The kingdom of God has gained a fearless angel in Brie. My sincere condolences to All his family.

Tushar S

May 12, 2018

I worked with Brie while on a project with Accenture for few years. Always been such a pleasure working with him. He was good at what he did and always ready to help anyone in need, be it at work or outside of work. He always had interesting stories to tell and made everyone laugh around him . He will be greatly missed by everyone.
My sincere condolences to the family. Rest in peace my friend.

Lorena Villalobos

May 12, 2018

Harshapriya (Harsha) Prasad

May 12, 2018

I had the pleasure to work with Brie in the same project in Accenture Austin. When I moved to Austin from India, he helped me with his tool skills. He loved doing house projects and was so happy to help fix things in the apartment. He even gave a tour of Austin to us newbies, and introduced us to the local food, music and culture. My coworkers and I had a lot of fun adventures with him. He loved music concerts. He loved to feed people and would bring donuts to work. Texas BBQ was always fun with Brie and his funny jokes - he knew how to liven up a party for sure! His laugh was infectious! He was helpful at work and I learnt a lot of things from him. It’s hard to believe such a fun loving, generous, kind person has been taken away too soon! My deepest condolences to the family. You will be missed.  Rest In Peace Brie!

Jessica Gonzalez

May 12, 2018

In 2006 I had the pleasure of working with Brie at University Hospital in the ER. He was so wonderful to work with, always cheerful and encouraging. He saved me on numerous occasions with his spanish speaking skills. He even let me call him Burrito because I couldn't say Brijido correctly. He was such a free spirit, laughing, joking and the worst dancer but he could care less and so did we. Most of all he was the sweetest, gentle hearted guy I've ever met. His big bear hugs could mend all your brokeness in one giant hug. It's a shame I let time and life keep us apart. Life is truly too short, we always planned to catch up and life just got in the way. Shame on me, I pray he knows how special he truly is and how much joy he brought to my life so long ago. To his family and wife, my deepest sympathies he truly is an Amazing Guy. R.I.P Burrito

Karina Garcia

May 11, 2018

“Quienes lo conocimos sabemos que fue una persona alegre y poseía una gran calidad humana, el recuerdo que nos ha dejado definitivamente será imborrable. Rogamos al Señor que lo tenga en su Santa gloria y que quienes nos hemos quedado aquí, podamos aprender a convivir con su ausencia.”
Que brille para el la luz,eterna ..
Descanse en paz....
Así sea....

Rowan Vaz

May 11, 2018

I was shocked and sad to hear Brie passed away. I worked with him 4 years ago on an Accenture Project in Austin. He was a cheerful, optimistic, caring, funny and knowledgeable person. My condolences and sympathies to his family and friends. He was taken too soon. May God be with you all in this difficult time. May his soul rest in peace.