Saturday, September 04, 2010

Brian E. Martineau 9/11/01


I have the honor of paying tribute to Brian E. Martineau. Brian was a Benefits consultant at Aon. Brian is survived by his wife Bettyann and his two children. I have read a bit about Brian and know that he loved his life and enjoyed his friends and family. Some quotes from friends from Legacy.com:

Betty Ann,My thoughts and prayers are with you and the kids today. Mary Waid
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Mary Waid,
Edison, New Jersey
May 12, 2008
Brian,So here I am today eating my lunch at my desk as usually do surfing the internet. Somehow I stumble on this web site which I know I have been to before. I read your tribute but somehow it just isn't enough. Even after all of these years without you, I still miss you every single day. I miss talking to you, laughing with you, making fun of eveything around us. I feel truly blessed that at the age of 16, we met at a crazy jewelry store, and became the best of friends. I am grateful that I have so many memories to go back to. I see your kids and I see you. Some things they say are exactly what you would say. I guess all I can say is that I miss you but I know you are in heaven and I hope you are praying for all of us.
LoveBecky
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Becky Montesano,
Edison
September 11, 2007
To the Martineau Family... you are often in my thoughts and always in my prayers. Love to all of you on this anniversary and always.
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Sandy Frost-Somrek,
Chicago, Illinois
Brian,
It's valentines day and roses should be on your dining room table, cards in the mail, phone calls about the snow and a year and ahalf later I still excpet a call from you. You are greatly missed. Instead of cupids arrows shooting for love I just pray to God to mend our shatter hearts I still hear your hearty laugh and sometimes the low comments in by ears, I feel your great big bear hugs and your sweet words of encouragement, I want to talk to you all the time but only have clear starfilled skies to answer. You are missed my dear brother.Like the galaxy's deep black hole I feel like it will be many years before we see a single light of hope. Your spirit encourges me to try to be half the person you were and I hope I never let you down. I love you Brian, you weren't only my brother but my very best friend, I hope you hear my prayers every night and my thoughts during the day. You will always be my hero..
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Tara Martineau,
Edison, New Jersey

3 comments:

Georgeen Pensak said...

that day was the last time we saw you drop the kids off at school.as always you came in with a smile. You will always be remembered

Georgeen Pensak said...

that day was the last time we saw you drop the kids off at school.as always you came in with a smile. You will always be remembered

Kell said...

Thank you Georgeen. I'm sorry.