Obituary of Brian Brinkley
Brian Lee Brinkley, a native of the Baltimore, MD and surrounding area was born December 15, 1956, and was blessed and chosen by William and Lillian Brinkley.
Brian was a very smart individual who only needed to read through something once, and he understood and could demonstrate it. After graduating High School, Brian went on to Study Real Estate and French, at The East Carolina University School of Business. He graduated with a degree in Real Estate Business Law. He went on to get his Real Estate License and Join Long & Foster Real Estate. He then met his loving companion, Warren Robinson, and together they created a Real Estate Empire.
Brian and Warren became lifetime members of the Real Estate Million Dollar Association, and life members of Long & Fosters Founders Club for achieving over 150 transactions per year. Brian and Warren had a beautiful home in Baltimore where they hosted many memorable Dinner Parties and Holiday Events. In 2003 tragedy struck, with the unforeseen passing of Warren, who was laid to Rest on August 9, 2003 in the Baltimore Hebrew Cemetery. Brian's life as he knew it ended and he felt like he could not go on.
He left his Real Estate Business and sold his home and moved to Rehoboth Beach, DE. Brian struggled for many years trying to rebuild the life he once knew, however a large part of Brian passed that sad day in 2003. Brian went on to get his Real Estate License in DE, later NJ and worked for Planet X. A few years after moving to Rehoboth Beach, Brian left and moved to NJ with one of his best of friends, Scott.
During this time, they redid a house together in Pennsauken, another one in Blackwood, and finally moved to AC. After almost 5 years of living together as the best of friends and roommates, they went their separate ways with housing, and Brian stayed in AC. Brian worked for Long & Foster in Haddonfield on a successful Real Estate team, Wawa, Sephora, Wal-Mart, and finally Caesars. There are many stories of the many adventures Brian had with all of his friends and family, and to know Brian, was to know his love for France.
Brian leaves behind: his loving sister, Robin O'Conner, her family, and various cousins, along with all his friends, and most certainly leaves a large void to his best of friends, who truly were family to Brian in his heart and soul, specifically, Ben, Scott, and Laura, there are so many more that were so near and dear to Brian, he was a true angel on earth. Brian would have been 61 on December 15th, 1 day before his passing.
A Memorial Service will be 11AM, Wednesday, January 17, 2018, Greenidge Funeral Homes, Inc., 301 Absecon Boulevard, Atlantic City, NJ, where friends may call from 10:30AM.
Arrangements entrusted to Greenidge Funeral Homes, Inc., where condolences may be left at www.greenidgefuneralhomes.com.