Saturday, August 11, 2007

Keep Brian's Family in your Prayers

Many of you know my family suffering a difficult loss as Brian Dilworth passed away last week in somewhat of a mysterious manner. Rather than answer all of everyone's questions, this is the easiest way to post.

There has still not been a cause of death found and his body will not be released for some time, however a memorial service has been scheduled for this weekend and his obit and guest book are set. Attached is his link. Please keep Missy, the kids and Gerrity's in your prayers and keep you and yours safe and let them know they are loved it may change in the blink of an eye.

http://obit.wilkirsonhatchbailey.com/obit_display.cgi?id=447250&clientid=wilkirsonhatchbailey&listing=Current

Brian W. Dilworth
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Born in Pennsylvania
Departed on Aug. 6, 2007 and resided in Waco, TX.

Brian W. Dilworth Brian W. Dilworth of Waco passed away Monday, August 6, 2007. Memorial services will be 9:00 a.m. Saturday, August 11, 2007 at Highland Baptist Church, 3014 Maple Avenue in Waco, with Rev. Barry Camp officiating. Brian was born and raised in Pennsylvania. He served a tour in the Navy in Cuba, and was a member of the Naval Reserve. In May of this year he graduated from the Dealer Academy of the National Association of Automobile Dealers in Washington, D.C. He had just celebrated his third anniversary as Fixed Operations Director at Allen Samuels Chevrolet. He was a member of Highland Baptist Church in Waco. Brian gained great joy from serving others, both in his profession and personally. His joyful attitude uplifted those around him and he touched far more lives than he ever knew. As a member of the Allen Samuels Chevrolet management team, Brian exhibited a can-do attitude. He inspired those around him and helped them grow in their profession. Because his focus was always on what was best for the customer, his employees, his employer and his customers trusted him. Brian always spoke with great respect and love of his wife and best friend, Missy. He sparkled with pride whenever he talked about his family. Brian enjoyed the great Texas outdoors, and often explored the back roads and highways on his motorcycle. He is survived by his wife, Missy Dilworth of Waco; sons, Cole Dilworth, Brian Ritzke, and Mickely Matthews; daughters, Gabrielle Dilworth, Amanda Ritzke, Abigail Ritzke; brothers, David and wife Ann, Chris and wife Carol, Dan and wife Lara, Eric and wife Melissa, Ben and wife Wendy, Bill and wife Melanie, Andy (Paul); sister, Jennifer Mininger and husband Korey. Brian is also survived by his parents, Fred and Millice Dilworth, father and mother-in-law, Dan and Connie Gerrity; sister-in-law, Tami and husband Jeff Berger; brother-in-law, Josh and and wife Michelle Gerrity, as well as a host of nieces and nephews. Memorials may be made in memory of Brian to the Brian Dilworth Trust Fund at Texas First Bank, 101 Santa Fe Drive, Waco, TX 76712. The family invites you to leave a message or memory in our “Memorial Guestbook” at www.wilkirsonhatchbailey.com.

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