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Brian Fairweather was born December 20, 1964 and passed away on September 24, 2018. He was senior technician at Union Colony Civic Center.
A native of Texas, Brian was a resident of Greeley since 2007, but once you’d meet him you were sure to know that the Texan never left the heart of Brian. He was a man of many words and interests, always happy to talk politics, religion, “America’s Team” the Dallas Cowboys football or how the traffic system could be better. But he would always listen with an open mind and heart, eager to hear other’s opinions. He was loved by many of his downtown Greeley family and will be deeply missed.
He is survived by son Logan of Texas, daughter Kinley of Fort Collins, his parents Carol and Ken , brother Danny, wife Stacey and son Jacob and sister Susie and husband Tim all of Texas.
A Memorial Service will be held at 3:00 p.m. Saturday September 29, 2018 at Zoe’s, 715 10th St., Greeley.
In lieu of flowers Brian’s family requests a donation to the “Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation,” in care of Northern Colorado Crematory, 700 8th St., Greeley, CO 80631.
I have no words that can describe whome you have lost, nor the pain that his wonderful family is going through. I got to be one of his managers at Ford in Greeley. I will always remember his laugh, composure, his style, I will cherish my memories of brian for FOREVER!!!! I do know he would want all of us, especially his sweet family, to be strong, cling to one another, and know, HE IS IN THE HANDS OF OUR SAVIOUR, NOW, AND HAS NO PAIN, NO BURDEN, NO TEARS, AND WE, WE HAVE THE CHOICE TO SEE HIM AGAIN. Jeffery Zweigle. 970-402-7283
The FCC family of brian!!!! - Thursday September 27, 2018 via Condolence Message