Growing up Brian was a great friend. I have many memories of things we had done when we were young. Marlene and I were also honored to have him as a usher in our wedding. In deepest sympathy for you loss.
JIM & CATHLEEN SORRY THIS IS SO LATE, BUT I HEARD BY WAY OF A SPARROW. MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY IN THE LOSS OF BRIAN. I KNOW HE IS IN A BETTER PLACE NOW AND AT PEACE WITH THE WORLD. THE LORD WILL WATCH OVER HIM NOW, AND HE WILL BE WATCHING OVER YOU. I HOPE YOU DON'T MIND ME SENDING THIS. I DO CARE ABOUT YOU GUYS. SINCERELY, DARLENE
Dear Liller Family, Here is a beautiful passage from a prayer book: Dear Lord, Held up to Your light, our broken hearts can become prisms that scatter micro rainbows on the wall. Our pain is useless as it is, redeeming God, just as a prism is a useless chunk of glass until light passes through it. Remind us that the smallest ray of sun in a shower can create a rainbow. Use our tears as the showers and Your love as the healing sun. Looking up, we see the tiniest arches of hope in the lightening sky. Jim, I am so happy God placed you in our lives. My Dad(melissa's) is probably so happy that we have become friends and I can't imagine not being here for you now. With your words and memories you bring my dad back to me and I appreciate that. May in the coming days through your tears may you start to see glimmers of rainbows as you lean on Him for comfort. Love, Melissa and Kim
Dear Jim and Kathy, Ted and Judy Zimmerman made us aware of the death of your son Brian. While we have never been good at knowing what to say when a family suffers the loss of a child, we want you to know our thoughts and prayers are offered to support you. We hope that the Easter season can in some way comfort you. Peace be with you, Dean and Jean
To Mr & Mrs Liller & Ray: I was very saddened to hear of Brian's passing from my mother. I was in Brian's class at Riverside and rode the bus with he and Ray every morning. Memories of him still brings a smile to my face and my heart goes out to you. You are in my prayers.
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In loving memory to my cousin Brian. I know you are in God's presence watching over your family with no more internal pain. We love you and miss you.
Liller family, I am so extremely sad over Brian's passing. Brian was such a special friend to my brother Jr and I. At times Brian was a better brother to me than my own brother was. I had ran into Brian last summer and we had a chance to go out to dinner to catch up. I was so happy to see him and get back in touch. We had such a good night catching up and laughing. I tried to keep in touch but never heard back from Brian. I wish I could of been there for him and been a better friend. Brain had so many great qualities and I can never thank him enough for all of the times he helped me move or went shopping with me and just hung out with me. I really feel like Brian was family and I am going to miss him very much. I always remember when we were little and Brian, Jr and I went to go see a Muppet Movie. Brian could do a perfect impression of the chef on the Muppets and continued to do the impression into our 20's and even 30's. It always made me laugh so hard. Brain was such a good friend and like a brother to me growing up. Again I am so deeply sorry and please let me know if there is anything I can do. I will keep you in my prayers. Tracy Betke Sabatasse
Jim, Kathy, and Ray - my thoughts are with all of you. I wish I could be there to say my good byes. But to Brian - I hope to see you on the other side my friend. I'm sure all I'll have to do is follow the sound of your guitar and I'll find you there.
Dear Mr.& Mrs.Liller, You don't know me, but I had the pleasure of meeting and talking to Brian. I work at the Comfort Suites and I have been off for over a month now recovering from surgery. While I was working and also when I stayed at the hotel right after my surgery to rest, I ended up speaking to Brian. I just wanted you to know he was always very respectful and kind. His passing has touched me in a way I didn't expect. He has brought God back into my life and I will be forever grateful to Brian. I pray now that God helps you cope with the emptiness you may feel. I just had to let you know that I believe Brian is doing good deeds for other people. He has already helped me out of a depression from illness, I've had 9 surgeries since 2003 and I'm 35 years old. I'm married with a 3 year old. I now see my husband and daughter in a different way and feel strong enough to deal with life. And it started when I talked to Brian!!! Prays & Peace to you both and your family. Sincerely, Christina
To the Liller family, On behalf of the staff at the Comfort Suites, I would just like to extend my deepest sympathy on the loss of Brian. Our prayers are with you all. God bless.
To the Liller Family, I knew Brian "Chubba" through Gary Plassmeyer. I know they were dear friends and I can only imagine they are together again in a better place now. To a fellow military member I thank him for his service and the honor his bestowed upon himself and this country. Please accept my dearest sympathy during such a sad time. May god be with you and your family at this time and always. With Deepest Sympathy, Kristen Plassmeyer
Jim, Kathy, and Ray, Our deepest sympathy on the loss of your son. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
My thoughts and prayers are with you though this very difficult time.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We pray that the Lord Jesus will lift you up and strengthen you. With kindest Regards The Ramseys.
My Sympathy on the loss of Brian. I work at ESB Bank and have waited on Raymond & Mr. Liller many times when I worked at the Franklin office. The loss of such a young person is very hard to deal with, my thoughts & prayers are with your family. Karen Goebel
We are so sorry to hear of your loss and will continue to pray for all of you. Ray - please know that we are here for you any time you need us. Our hearts go out to you and your family.
Dear Jim, Kathy and Raymond, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I have fond memories of seeing Brian at church when we were growing up. I remember him as always being kind and respectful. Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you. May Christ grant you peace beyond all understanding. Trust in Him.
Jim,Kathy and Family Please accept my deepest sympathy to each of you and your family on the passing of your son Brian. Sometimes their are no words to express one's sorrow, only silent thoughts and prayers. May God grant you peace and understanding. Denny
Mr. and Mrs. Liller and Ray, Simon and I send our love and condolences to you and continue to pray for you all. Mom and Dad enjoy spending time with you so much and have always kept us updated on your family. I have fun memories of Brian in youth group and in the school plays when he was on stage crew. We pray God will bring you peace in this time. Linda (Hall) James
Kathy: I remember you from Tiny Tots. You have my deepest sympathy on your loss.
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Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.