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To the family of

Brian Kessler

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Stallings Funeral Home, P.A. We offer our most sincere condolences for your loss.
jacob and Jen Le Doux if there's any way to offer us info on a service or anything please do. brian will be sadly missed puritythrupain@comcast.net
Elizabeth Joyce I knew Brian when he lived in Annapolis. As a friend, I found him kind, considerate of others and striving to build himself a better life. All who knew him here feel his loss. He will stay in our memories, mind and heart always. I believe we are blessed as well by his spirit which is strong and caring. Rest in Peace Brian. with love Lizzie
Joanne Heath So sorry to hear of Brian's passing. I ran into him several years ago while I was attending AACC. I hadn't seen him since Cub Scout days, so it took me a minute to figure out who he was!! There was no mistaking that smile!! May God's peace be with you all.
Vernon Cooper Darlene and Charles, I was so sorry to hear of the loss of Brian. Much to early in his young life. I will add him and the family to our prayers and will carry fond memories for the rest of my life. Vernon
Frankie Sanderson I️ don’t know what to say. I️ found out about Brian’s passing just last night. I’m having a hard time with it. I️ met Brian a year ago. We became friends quickly. Learned about one another’s past, present, and bright future. Brian made me feel good. He made me feel accepted loved normal. He was so easy to talk to and intelligent which made him a better conversationalist. Brian helped me though a very difficult time in my life. I️ was in a low place and he gave me the confidence I️ needed to get me through. I️ am so grateful for that. I️, too, helped Brian. We were both in situations that were holding us back but I️ know I️ was a good influence on him. I️ never gave up or lost hope that he would also find his answer. I️ don’t pray but I️ prayed for him. The last time I️ saw Brian I️ cut his hair and dropped him off at his rugby practice. I️ lost a friend. I’ll remember his smile. His sense of humor. His heart. I️ would love to talk to his family if they would speak to me. My name is Frankie Sanderson and I️ love and miss you Brian.
Sarah Squire I recently found out about Brian and my thoughts are with his family and friends. I work at GW and got to know Brian as a student. He was passionate, very intelligent, persistent and memorable. Brian would ask me how I was doing, how my kids were doing - most of my students don't do that! If there is a service for Brian (that I haven't already missed) I would really love to know about it. My email: sarahsquire83@gmail.com. I'll never forget Brian, and his contagious smile, as others have mentioned.

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