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In Tribute to Brian Anthony Moss
34 years old.   Residence: Sperry, Oklahoma
Died in Pentagon

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Remembering...

*** Posted by Johnson Family on 2012-09-11 ***

I never met Brian, but I think of him often. My daughter and son-in-law have told me what a wonderful person he was. I think of him often, when I talk to or even think about my first grandson, Brian Bock, who was named after him.

*** Posted by Bob Burke on 2012-09-11 ***

I had the pleasure of knowing Brian through my sister Gina. They were best friends. Brian was truly one of a kind. He lit up a room when he walked in. I think God needed some extra help when he called Brian.

Brian, you left a legacy here that will never be replaced by anyone. You are a true hero today and always.  Gayla

*** Posted by Gayla on 2012-09-11 ***

We are Forever Greatful
.:*GONE BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN*:.
    God Bless America

*** Posted by Tabitha on 2011-09-13 ***

Another year and still remembering...

*** Posted by Tammy Johnson on 2011-09-11 ***

Brian,
Thank you for your service to our country! You are not forgotten!

The Hiwot Family.......

*** Posted by Hiwot on 2011-09-09 ***

I knew Brian in high school. We went to Tulsa Vo-Tech together for 2 yrs and remained good friends. He was a joy to be around and if you were ever having a bad day, Brian would litterly pick you up and make you laugh by just being silly. I think of him often and especially when I hear this song that he sang everyday. NOTHING GONNA BREAK MY STRIDE by Ace Of Base. I think that song was made for him

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2011-08-23 ***

Brian was my very close friend in high school. I will cherish our fun special times, for I love you so much and came across the I love you twos from you in the past. I will always be proud of you for all you've done, and I know we will see each other in heaven. You'll always be in my heart!

Love,
Janet

*** Posted by Janet on 2011-03-09 ***

I served with ET1 when he was still stationed at Anacostia Annex assigned to the US Navy Ceremonial Guard. He was my supervisor through training and marching. I remember him as a fair, honest, and exceptional leader. He lived the Navy core values every day in everything that he did. I never knew him as Brian until after 9-11, we always called him ET2 or Petty Officer Moss. Although I was not able to attend his funeral at Arlington I made it a point, before I left for my next duty station, to visit his gravesite in section 64. A year after I separated from the Navy I met a friend of Brian's mom during an interview. The subject of my time in the Honor Guard had come up and we found out what a small world it truly is. She was so ecstatic to be able to tell his mom how highly I had spoke of her son and that she had met someone who served with him. Fair winds and following seas ET1.

*** Posted by Monica Yeager on 2010-09-11 ***

I met Brian while we were both stationed at Basic Enlisted Submarine School. Other than my father, Brian was the biggest positive influence in my life. At the time, I was a nineteen-year-old punk who knew nothing of being a sailor or a man. He took me under his wing, and by shear force of his will, he made me a professional and, more importantly, a man. He was the best, not only my leader and friend, but my hero. Here's to you, brother. Fair winds and following seas, shipmate. I will never forget you.

*** Posted by Brian Desjardins on 2010-09-09 ***

Remembering ...

*** Posted by Tammy Johnson on 2010-05-30 ***

I still miss you, my friend. You are never far from my thoughts, and I am remembering you and your friendship especially today. You were a wonderful person, and I will never forget you!

With love,
Laura

*** Posted by Laura on 2009-09-11 ***

It is said we are not measured by how much we love but how much we are loved. Brian, you measure larger than life by how much you are loved and remembered. You are thought of daily, and every minute of this day as we watch our Brian (now 7, named for you) grow.

*** Posted by The Bock Family on 2009-09-11 ***

Another year. Still not forgotten.

*** Posted by Johnson Family on 2009-09-10 ***

I went to school with Brian at Sperry. We rode the same bus all through school. I have many memories of Brian, and all of them are wonderful. I am grateful that one of our own was able to do so much with his life. Thank you, Brian!

*** Posted by Connie on 2008-08-12 ***

I've known Brian since we were 10 years old, and I can tell you that I have never known anyone like him. He could light up a room just by walking in. He was the most sincere person I have ever met, and my life has not been, and will never be, the same without him. I agree with Karol when she said that heaven hasn't been the same since he got there, and the stars definitely shine much brighter. Not a day goes by that I don't think of you, Brian. I love you and miss you more every day.

*** Posted by Gina on 2008-04-02 ***

My uncle Brian was sincerely one of a kind. I have never met a more devoted man to his wife and children. Great father, great son, great friend, and a terrific uncle. He wasn't afraid to let you know how he felt. He died doing what he loved to do. I remember when he took the job at the Pentagon: It was the last summer I spent with my uncle. I left August 11th of 2001. I am so grateful that I had that time with him. I know it is said over and over, but I think of him every day. I miss him dearly, and no one will ever replace him. I love you, Bri. I know you love us, too.

*** Posted by Satara on 2008-03-15 ***

Uncle Buba,

I miss you so much. I love you, too! I think that you were the one who has been watching over me and letting me into this beautiful family. I love my mom, dad, and 2 amazing brothers and a sister and two nephews and 1 niece. I love you, bri bri. Always remember the heart secret we kept, and never ever forget it, please, and can you think of our kobry? Thanks, bub!

Kodye Faye (Brian's niece)

*** Posted by Kodye Faye on 2007-12-26 ***

I never met Brian Moss, but I am proud to say that, at the NAS Sigonella 5k Memorial 9-11 run, I wore a ribbon with Brian Moss's picture and was very proud to be representing the memory of Mr. Brian Moss. He is not forgotten!

Julian

*** Posted by AM2(AW) Grant on 2007-09-25 ***

I was stationed at NSGA Adak, Alaska during the same time period Brian was serving at the NAVFAC. Brian and my husband (at the time) worked closely together, and became good friends. Brian would visit us at our house often. The first memory that came to my mind is how Brian could not just enter the house--rather, he would burst through the door and greet me with an enthusiastic hug and that magnificently sincere smile ... each and every time he came by. He was a bright beaming light on that often cold, grey island. He had an exhuberant zest for life, and work, and friendship.

Thank you, Brian, for your service to our country. Thank you for your friendship. I am truly honored to have known you.

*** Posted by Cathy Kelley on 2007-07-20 ***


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