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Old 12-21-2019, 09:51 AM   #1
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Sad day

Just found out this morning that Brian Waggoner suddenly passed away early Friday morning. No details or arrangements are available yet. Be in prayer for Susan as she deals with this loss.
Brian will be missed.
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So sorry fro the loss. Prayers go out to the Waggoner family.

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So sorry to hear about Brian's passing. I didn't visit with him outside the Boomer Rallys but those times I found him very pleasant to talk to. He was easy to have conversation with. I will miss visiting and talking to him. Charlotte and will pray for Susan to help find some peace. Leon Busby
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Old 12-22-2019, 12:50 PM   #4
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Once again the Boomer family is mourning this year.

Pat and I are shocked and saddened to hear of the passing of Brian. Our thoughts and prayers are with Susan and her family as they pass through these difficult times.

The passing of a loved one is always hard but especially in this Christmas Season. May God protect and console the Waggoner family as they deal with their tremendous grief.
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Old 01-20-2020, 03:03 PM   #5
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Itís hard for me to believe that itís been over a month now that Brian has been gone. Brian had been one of my best friends for over 40 years and served as best man at my and Anitaís wedding.

Brian thoroughly enjoyed attending the Texas Boomers rallies, and in fact was the one who introduced Anita and me to the group. We were on a short RV trip with Brian and Suzie the week before Christmas, visiting the Bryan / College Station area and touring the George H. W. Bush library.

Brian passed away in his sleep the morning we were planning to leave for home, one week before his 71st birthday. He will be greatly missed!

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