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H.M. Patterson & Son-Arlington Chapel

173 Allen Road Ne, Sandy Springs, GA

OBITUARY

Brett Alan Flury

April 6, 1981June 22, 2020

Brett Alan Flury April 6, 1981 to June 22, 2020

Brett grew up in Marietta, GA and graduated from Woodward Academy. He attended the Georgia Institute of Technology where he was a proud “yellow jacket” and graduated with honors and multiple Bachelor's degrees. It was during his time at Tech that he met his wife, Amy, who was also a student there. Upon leaving Georgia Tech, Brett became a career-long Management Consultant.

Brett was a unique individual and was loved deeply by his wife, Amy Erwin Flury; parents, Helen Cone Flury and Alan D. Flury; brother and sister-in-law, Christopher and Emily Flury; nephews, James and John; and his mother-in-law and father-in-law, Patty and Bob Erwin.

Brett loved his home, the beach, vacationing with his wife, gadgets, and all things technology. He loved spending time with his family, especially his nephews, playing video games, building legos, swimming, or simply goofing around. Brett was extremely close with his parents, to whom he talked to almost daily, and lived within a few miles from them for the majority of his life. He also loved and respected his younger brother, with whom he would playfully compete, each pushing the other to greater heights in their family lives and careers. Above all, Brett loved his wife, Amy, who always came first in his mind. Brett, who was never a “dog person” even loved their dog, Coconut. Brett justified this by saying that Coconut was not really a dog but an extension of his Amy.

Brett will be remembered for his intelligence, kindness, sweet spirit, and goofy personality, and will be incredibly missed by all.

A private service will be held for immediate family only.

In lieu of flowers, on behalf of Brett, the Family requests contributions be made in Brett’s memory to Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Foundation (CHOA).

Services

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Kay Angevine

July 1, 2020

Oh my dear Brett..I remember your birth and the joy you brought your family.. I will always cherish
the fun times we all shared growing up on Country Side Court and have the cutest pictures to prove it!
As you grew into an amazing young man I followed every step through your mom. We all fell in love with Amy...she's wonderful.
Your brother, Emily and nephews helped bring so much happiness into your lives. Chris and you were your parents' greatest gift. You will be missed by so many. I love your Mom so much and am so saddened by the pain your passing causes your Dad and Mom and family and friends.
Rest in peace Brett
Kay Angevine and family





You were an amazing young

Laurie Hanger

June 29, 2020

I was so saddened to learn of Brett's passing. I had the privilege to work with him at PriceSmart. He was so very intelligent, and so very kind. In the time that he worked closely with our team, we became familiar with his sense of humor and really enjoyed our conversations, whether they were about work or not. I remember how excited he was about the new home he and Amy were building, and how interested in and knowledgeable he was about new technologies. A great consultant, and a fine person. I feel such sadness for all of you, his family and friends. I'm so very sorry for your loss...a great loss. My heart goes out to you, and I will keep you all in my prayers.

Michael Murphree

June 28, 2020

Amy and the whole Flury family, our deepest condolences and sorrow for your loss. It was such a shock to hear about Brett’s passing. Know that our hearts and prayers are with you. Brett was always a sparkling wit and the light of every party. Hearing your stories of his time in Charleston could bring a great laugh. In person, he was the guy you wanted to be close to. Treasure the wonderful memories you made together. These and love are forever.

Our deepest condolences,
Michael and Katrina

Barbara & Dirk Robertson

June 27, 2020

Dear Amy, Helen, Alan, Christopher, Emily, and the countless number of Brett's family and friends,

Brett could be counted on to add a special touch of joy to all the Erwin-Robertson-Kiec-Flury family gatherings. He was always the willing consultant for the silly computer and technology questions that Dirk and I encountered. We will miss him.

May God surround all of you with loving comfort.
Aunt Barb & Uncle Dirk

Miles Stoudenmire

June 26, 2020

I was really shocked and so sad to hear about Brett’s passing. I met him when he enlisted me as a physics tutor while we were both at Georgia Tech, and I remember those days like they were yesterday. It was easy to see that just beneath Brett’s cranky and hilarious sense of humor was a kind person who was thoughtful of others and a true friend. I remember really well when he first told me about Amy and we hung out together on campus. Since then I’ve looked forward to catching up with Amy and Brett on visits to Atlanta - the story about Coconut above captures Brett and his devotion to Amy really well. She was the best thing that happened to him. It’s too soon to say goodbye to him but we will all remember Brett warmly - I’m so sorry for the loss to Amy, Brett’s parents, Chris and his whole family.

Robert Baptist

June 26, 2020

Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family.
- Bobby, Melanie, Ashley, Sarah

Federico C. Bilotti

June 26, 2020

Brett and I got to work together, years ago, in the Mervyn's project. Given the length of time we had (over 2 years) he and I did get to know each other,relatively well. His personality certainly helped to make a tough gig ,easier on all of us, as we were all East Coast people, working on the West Coast the entire time. Some of us would travel back and forth, other would stay.

DAPHNE, DANIEL BEAULIEU

June 26, 2020

CONDOLENCES FROM HIS FRIENDS DAPHNE AND DANIEL

BRETT AND I WORKED TOGETHER ON A SHORT 6 MONTH PROJECT AT TOMMY HILFIGER, WORKING 5 DAYS A WEEK IN THE SAME CONFERENCE ROOM FOR THAT DURATION, MADE IT REAL EASY TO GET TO KNOW THIS GUY.
HIS FREQUENT VISITS TO CANADA PROVIDED INTERSTING DISCUSSIONS WITH AN INTRODUCTION TO A NEW WORLD OF GREAT CANADIAN FOOD , DINING AND TOURS WITH A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE ON OUR FRENCH CULTURE PICKING UP A FEW WORDS HER AND THERE. GOOD EFFORT.
WE BECAME GOOD FRIENDS WHICH INCLUDED AMY OF COURSE LETTING BRETT KNOW WHO WAS BOSS.
OVER THE YEARS WE KEPT STEADY COMMUNICATION AS WE WERE SADENED TO HEAR OF BRETT'S SUDDEN DEPARTURE. OUR HEART GOES OUT TO AMY AND FAMILIES DURING THESE DIFFICULT TIMES.
WE WILL NOT FORGET BRETT AND HIS LOVE FOR GOOD FOOD? HIS DEPARTURE ALTHOUGH SUDDEN LEAVES DAPHNE AND I WITH GREAT MEMORIES THAT WILL STAY WITH US FOREVER.
LOVE YOU BOTH

Olivia Zehmer

June 26, 2020

I was so saddened to hear about Brett's sudden passing. I have such fond memories of him growing up across the street. As the younger sister of Nathan I was always tagging along and Brett always made a point to make me feel included. He was such a kind and smart man who will be dearly missed. Prayers for peace and comfort during this difficult time.

Tricia Leuallen

June 26, 2020

Dear Flury Family
Steven and I are deeply saddened by your loss. Our prays and thoughts are with you. I can not imagine your grief and sorrow.
Love
Tricia and Steven Leuallen

FROM THE FAMILY