Brian had a great love of family and a passion for fishing. He was a successful entrepreneur and along side his son helped build a very successful family run construction company, Brycon Construction.
Brian was a huge fan of stock car racing. He was extremely proud of his grandson, a very competitive race car driver and attended his races whenever he had the opportunity.
He fished the New Brunswick Sportfishing Association tournament events for many years and took home his share of winnings along the way. Florida was his destination during the winter months where he spent many days fishing Stick Marsh, a 6,500-acre impoundment, along side several other retired anglers from our area. We’re told he caught some monster largemouth there but be absolutely hated the hydrilla gnats that came out on the hot humid days. And they would send him heading to the boat ramp in a hurry, even if the bite was hot!
He was a good friend to many.