In Memory

Brian Melia

Coweta -- Brian Patrick Melia, 35, Heritage Custom Homes owner, formerly of Coweta, died Thursday. Service 10 a.m. Monday, First Baptist Church, Burleson, Texas, and graveside service 10 a.m. Tuesday, Vernon Cemetery, Coweta. Crosier-Pearson-Mayfield, Burleson.



 
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03/18/08 02:45 PM #1    

Tommy Flanagan

There is not enough I can say about Brian! Iknew him most of my childhood. We were baseball buddies and rivals but I ended up on the same team as Brian in 8th grade. Brian, you will be missed and we know you are walking those streets of gold with your best friend and LORD!!!!

03/20/08 02:44 PM #2    

Steve Hayman

I too played baseball with and against Brian's teams. He also lived in the neighborhood next to ours so we would ride the same bus to Indian Springs, Haskell, etc. He was a good guy and sorry to see that he passed away.

03/26/08 02:04 PM #3    

Carri Blank (Dirks)

I've been thinking about what I could say but words can't say enough. I will miss him dearly. Brian will always have a place in my heart. We spent alot of time together: wrestling matches, phone calls, motorcycle rides, his brothers ordering us around and so much more. He is now in the house of our father, I find peace knowing that someday I will see him again. REST IN PEACE MY DEAR FRIEND!


03/28/08 01:17 PM #4    

Brent Hendrix

Brian was my best friend in High School and through college. I regret not staying in touch after our college years. Brian was a very talented carpenter. He designed and built an entertainment center for our 8'x8'(or so it seemed that small) dorm room at OBU,we put our bunkbeds on top of our dressers, which put my bed 4" from the ceiling (or so it seemed) but allowed us room for a recliner and other stuff. We had the best room in the dorm and everybody hung out there. I have a lot of great memories from the time we shared as friends, but I'll mostly remember him as a godly man of integrity. I'll see you on the other side. I hope our mansions are next door to each others.

God Bless-Bro. Brent

04/01/08 09:45 AM #5    

Brit Whittington

I have fond memories of Brian. He was a great guy and will be missed.

Here's to you Brian!

05/02/08 10:44 AM #6    

Lee VanTreese

Brian was my wrestling partner & a very close friend all through Junior high & into high school. We did just about everything together & had a lot of fun. Wrestling tournaments, fishing, working on cars, etc, even our girlfriends were best friends. I was very sad to hear of his passing.

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