02/10/2010 Ann Stacey email@example.com
Wareham, MA, USA
Maureen, my friend I sit here with tears reading about our sweet Brian. You know that once I went to work in Boston..it seemed like I lost touch with the world - but I always remembered the GREAT times I had with you and Brian. Thinking of it now brings a smile to my face. Maureen, I did not even know Brian was ill - and to read this is such a surprise to me. But I do know...that all the Parrotheads in Heaven are singing and partying and extremely lucky to have Brian "living on sponge cake" with them!..We definitely know where it's 5 o'clock!!! Love to you and your family...you're in my prayers Maureen. Thank you for sharing Brian and giving me such happy memories. Ann
10/25/2009 Kristine Cuzzi firstname.lastname@example.org
Maureen and family, So very sad to hear of Brian's passing. So very positive, kind, caring and always, always with a helping hand. His life will be well remembered, and we, of Club Finz are proud to have had him a member of our Parrothead family.
10/24/2009 Karin & Kris the Vikings email@example.com
League City, TX,
The last time we saw the two of you, Brian gave us the “thumbs up” after his last concert at Great Woods. That’s how we will remember him, the always positive and caring person. Sail on Skippy, one day we will race you in fair wind calm seas.
10/23/2009 Karen and Richard Feldeisen firstname.lastname@example.org
Maureen and The Woolley Family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. Know that Brian is loved by many, he will always be on our hearts. We will miss him. Karen and Richard Feldeisen
10/23/2009 Tom & Anita email@example.com
Fairhaven, MA, US
Our sympathy is with your family for such a loss.If it wasn't for Brian we wouldn't have met so many great friends. Parrotheads are the most giving people and have fun doing it. We will miss him,
10/23/2009 Susan & Matt Plaud firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall River, MA,
Maureen & family, our deepest condolences go out to you and your family. Brian will be greatly missed but never forgotten. May he be at peace and enjoying a cheeseburger in paradise.
10/23/2009 Steve Bryant email@example.com
We have ALL lost an uncommonly gifted friend... kind, caring, and always ready to assist anyone in need. As in the words of Jimmy Buffett: it truly "has been a lovely cruise"... sail on Skippy... and thanks for the many happy memories, Steve "B"
10/23/2009 A N.B. neighbor--
New Bedford, MA,
To Brian Woolley's family---- I did not know Brian personally, but did not have to. Just hearing of his contributions to our city makes me feel like he was a friend of mine. He obviously had a 'great passion' for his fellow-man, & worked at showing it. He could have sat back, like so many do, & never lift a finger, except to do for himself. He chose to try to help others. I'm sure when he got to the Pearly Gates, there was no question that they were acquiring another angel to the force. He can now rest in peace. Take care of each other, & make use of the great examples that Brian left instilled for a better world. Be strong for each other & share the LOVE, keep the memories, & look to God for support. God Bless to all, & prayers are there to help you all get through the days ahead.
10/23/2009 Kathy & Fred firstname.lastname@example.org
Fort Myers, Fl, USA
Like a ship that's left it's mooring And sails bravely out to sea Brian has sailed away in calm serenity These shipmates will miss you, your kindness and the phun we shared Lightphreddie and Katfishkath
10/23/2009 manny and mary ann email@example.com
new bedford, ma, usa
Dear Maureen and family, We will miss Brian so much. He was such and example of dedication to the Parrothead club and determination in fighting this terrible disease. Please except our heartfelt sympathy. With all our love, Manny and Mary Ann
10/22/2009 Deborah & John Daviduke firstname.lastname@example.org
Enfield, CT, USA
Our hearts goes out to the Woolley family. We will always have a lasting memory of our vist with Maureen and Brian on the Cape in June. Thought we'd have many more. Debbie & John
10/22/2009 richie & brenda newbert email@example.com
Maureen and family we are so sorry for your loss. Brian was one in a million ! Always helping others .Brian will always be rememberd richie and I will never forget all the fun we had together. "NO MORE PAIN, REST IN PEACE"
10/22/2009 Paulette M. Masse firstname.lastname@example.org
Tiverton, RI, USA
Dear Maureen and family, I am truly sadden to hear of Brian's passing and want you all to know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. Brian was an exceptional, gentle, man and his warmth and humor touched us all. With heartfelt sympathy, Paulette M. Masse
10/22/2009 donna "mac" mccarthy email@example.com
maureen and nautical whaler phamily my deepest condolences to you all. our thoughts and prayers are with you. donna "mac" mccarthy vp parrothead club of eastern mass.
10/22/2009 Jimmy Stowe firstname.lastname@example.org
Margate, FL, United States
To Brian & Maureen, My deep sadness comes from a selfish place...I have lost another opportunity to laugh and sing with a truly deep and loving friend.. One of my most memorable events came as a result of Brian's spirit and confidence in my ability. A brief occasion in time that created an honorable friendship and a lasting memory. I will always be grateful. Jimmy Stowe
10/22/2009 Deidre Gillespie email@example.com
New Bedford, MA, USA
Dear Maureen and Family, My deepest sympathy. Brian was a wonderful man. I am so thankful I got to know him. He will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Peace and love, Deidre Gillespie (Sea Lab) and Family
10/22/2009 Karen Baker firstname.lastname@example.org
Norwood, MA, USA
I will miss Brian. It was a pleasure to have met your family. Karen Baker ALS Association MA Chapter
10/22/2009 Karen A. Vilandry email@example.com
Fairhaven, MA, USA
My deepest sympathy to you, Maureen, and your family. Brian was a true hero and someone who sincerely wanted to right the wrong in his neighborhood near the Parker Street Waste Site. I have no doubt in my mind that the toxic chemicals there were responsible for his illness and death. We will keep Brian "alive" in our endeavors as we continue his quest to make it a clean,safe site. You'll be in my prayers and I know Brian won't rest until this work is done. We'll do it, Brian and in your name we will!
10/21/2009 Bob Heffelfinger firstname.lastname@example.org
Johnson City, TN, USA
I have the feeling there's one more star up in the sky tonite, Ms. Maureen. And even though it's far away, its brightness and warmth still reach us here to make the night a little less dark. IN THE WORDS OF JIMMY BUFFETT ... "The night was filled with magic as they bid the sea goodbye. They swam into the heavens - they stayed up in the sky. And all the island people when they wish upon a star, See the dolphin and the Jolly Mon who tell them where they are." Rest in Peace, my friend ...
10/21/2009 Patty Comoletti email@example.com
Holbrook, MA, USA
Maureen and Family, Our deepest sympathy to you and your family. Brian was such a nice, nice guy and always a smile on his face. Mike and I always remember the night you and Brian and Mike and I stayed at the Miami Airport overnight because of the hurricane in Key West. Enjoyed many nice conversations with you. Sail on Brian, Patty Comoletti and Mike Kovalski (PHCOEM)
10/21/2009 Rick and Colleen Ramos firstname.lastname@example.org
Tiverton, RI, USA
Brian you were a angel sent to show us that we could help alot of people and also have fun doing it I will never forget the times together and will always remember that when I am down its always 5.00 somewhere Love Rick and Colleen
10/21/2009 Mrs Watkins email@example.com
Bowie, MD, US
I want to express my sincere sympathy for the loss of your loved one. You can be assured that comfort and hope are found in the pages of the Bible. Revelations 21:4 speaks of a time when sorrow will be no more. This is a wonderful hope during our times of grief and pain. Please take care of yourselves. Sincerely
10/21/2009 Verna & Peter Lucey firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall River, MA 02721, USA
Maureen Peter and I are so sorry for your loss, even though we didn't get to know the both of you well, It was our loss. Brian fought a brave fight, and now he's at peace I know things will be hard for you, if there is anything I can do please call us Verna and Peter
10/21/2009 Randy Clemens email@example.com
Myrtle Beach, SC, USA
Brian, God has taken your pain away and welcomed you into His kingdom. We take comfort in knowing that we will all be together again. I can imagine you sipping a cocktail with Captain Tony and telling tall tales. A fitting tribute to you, my friend, who gave so much and asked for so little. Sail on, Skippy!
10/21/2009 Colette & Normand Degagne firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall River, MA, USA
Dear Maureen & family, Our deepest sympathy to you all. Brian was a shinning light that is not extinguished by his death. He will always shine in our hearts, memories and actions, that he was so inspiring to do good for all. We loved him dearly and will miss his presence. Sincerely & with love, Colette & NOrmand Degagne
10/21/2009 John Linden ITSLINC@AOL.COM
Taunton, Mass, U.S.A.
Journey well Brian. No more pain. You are missed already. Best Wishes and thank you teaching how to "party with a purpose" Corona John
10/21/2009 Brenda & JohnB email@example.com
Miami, FL, 33222
Skippy, You did what God put you on earth to do...you made the world a better place in so many ways! You will be missed but the good times will always make us smile when we think of you. Love, Your cousins in Miami