Brian E. Losordo
1953 ∼ 2019
CURTIS SMITH of Mashpee wrote:
RIP my brother we certainly did a lot of hitchhiking together.
Diane Harper of BREWSTER wrote:
To Sue, Jenna, and Anna, we are so terribly sorry for your loss. Gayle and Diane Harper
Paul Doherty of Teaticket wrote:
I'm really sorry for your loss Sue. I'm sorry I cannot attend the service. I live in Seattle Washington now
Karen E Miller of San Antonio FL 33576 wrote:
Dear Sue, Jenna and Anna, I am so sorry to hear of Brian's passing. I remember quite a while ago that you mentioned he was battling cancer, but time goes by and one forgets the bad stuff. Well, I saw Jenna & Anna's fb post today, and was very sorry to read that Brian lost his battle. My deepest condolences to you and the girls Sue. I wish I was up there to give you a hug and support during this very sad time. My deepest sympathies, and love. Karen
Dorrie Stebbins of Wingate,NC 28174 wrote:
Sue,Jenna and Anna, so sorry for your loss.
Rosemary Trudelle of Dartmouth,Ma wrote:
Sue,Jenna &Anna;, So sorry for your loss thoughts and prayers are with all of you!
Suzanne Cafarella (Gorton) of East Falmouth, Ma wrote:
I'm so sorry for your loss. I hadn't seen Brian in a few years but I will tell you he will be remembered for his quick wit and fun personality. Sympathy to all.
Mary Beth & Jim of Sandwich MA wrote:
We’ll never forget your humor, your fantastic Oysters Rockefeller, your knack for getting my son to eat vegetables and your Motherhood of baby Canadian Geese. May you Rest In Peace Brian, you will be greatly missed. Love to Sue, Jenna and Anna. May the wonderful memories fill your hearts.
Donna Weiner Cowan of Milton MA wrote:
The Milton High School Class of 1972 sends our deepest condolences to Brian’s family. Brian is remembered fondly by so many.
Thomas J. Gorton of Nanning, Guangxi, China wrote:
Extremely sad news. Brian was one hell of a many faceted, fascinating character and a great guy. Cancer strikes again. Sending my sincere condolences to Sue and daughters, Brian's large family and his friends too.
Stephen Hamilton of Milton, Massachusetts wrote:
I always remember all of his expansive stories he regaled us with throughout high school. A great wrestler for the Whiz Kids, he will be remembered and missed by his classmates, friends and family! Prayers to you all.
Kate Ahern-Wolseley of North Falmouth, MA wrote:
A paraphrase from James Joyce, so befitting of Brian - "He lived and laughed and loved and left".
Brad Hall of San Diego, Ca wrote:
Our sincere condolences to Sue, Jenna, Anna, and Brians entire family. Brian was maybe 5 when I moved to California, but the boyhood memories of summers in Falmouth with cousins will always be with me. I am so thankfull of reconnecting with Brian and his family during recent trips to Falmouth. Brad, Sandy, and Stephanie.
Ed & Jackie Morel of grovespring, MO wrote:
we go back 20 years,the good old days...hayrides and horses but Ed most of all remembers the dinner with Brian at the Rod & gun club. Brian made him eat things he never ate before. Our prayers & thoughts are with you and the girls
McKeen Family of POCASSET wrote:
He was so full of life. It was hard to see such a strong individual leave before his time.
Rebecca Emerson of Marstons Mills, MA wrote:
My condolences to the family. Such a nice guy! I'm so very sorry for your loss.