Condolences for Brian Michael Belling
Mike and family, I am so sorry for the loss of your son and you have my deepest sympathy. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
From Dan Oelke
I'm really sorry to hear of Brian's passing, Mike. Our Prayers are with you all.
From Bill Hart
Nikki and Mike and family, I am so very sorry for your loss. I haven't been around Brian as an adult but I'll always remember driving back from the races with him in the backseat of your mom's car. I've enjoyed reading about him and what a joy he was and what a good man he's turned into. I've been thinking about you all so much. May you find peace.
From Ashley (Fredrickson) Oldenburg
Our hearts go out to all of you. We are so sadden by the loss of dear sweet Brian. Hugs to all of you.
From Bonnie and John Daines
I went to High School with Brian, and I regret not being a better friend and human to him. He was a great guy who could be a little goofy at times, and it saddens me immensely to hear of his passing. I wish the best to the Belling family, and hope it brings them some solace to know what a great person he was, and how he positively affected those around him.
From Alex Daniel
my deepest sympathy to your family. Brian had such an infectious smile. Even when I was having a bad day, just seeing him made it better. He would come in and drop off the packages...then twist the mustache and smile. He was so caring and thoughtful.
From janel pettis
Mike & Mary, Nikki & Family. We are deeply grieving for you for the loss of your Brian. Truly a loss way to soon. Our thoughts and prayers to all of you during this most difficult time.
From Kim & Gary Thurk
Mike and Belling family,
On behalf of myself and my wife Karen (Grandall), our prayers to all of you.
From Gary J. 'Speed' Althoff
Michael and family,
So sorry for the loss of your son Brian... It has not been an easy year for you and my prayers are for you and your family to get through this with God's help... Brian sound like an outstanding young man! Take comfort in the memories that you have with him... I have fond memories of you and your mom and dad! Memories are wonderful and can help us get through difficult times...
From Robert E. Kerska
Our hearts go out to Brian's family at this difficult time. Brian was a our daily source of good cheer and was always ready with a smile and a kindness that brightened each of our days. He will be truly missed and forever remembered.
From Jeff Bassett - Walman Optical
We only knew Brian through his work, he delivered medical supplies for us. It was always a treat to see his smiling face and that mustache! He always had time for a chat and cheer. The world was blessed to have such a joyful young man, who is truly gone too soon. He will be missed by the many lives he touched. Our sympathies for your loss of such a bright star. Carol n Dan
From Carol and DAN Schroeder
I will forever remember Brian. Honest, generous, and always eager to lend a hand, Brian was one of the best men I have ever met. I am so fortunate to have had him in my life.
Wishing you comfort and peace during this difficult time.
From Keith Freeman
Mike & Mary & Family, we are so sorry to hear of your loss. Reading Brian’s obituary , we saw he was a very special young man. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you... keep all your memories close to your heart.
From John(JJ) & Lisa Meyer
Our deepest sympathies and prayers to all of Brian's family. May your memories help you thru this difficult time.
"Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal".
From Kraig and Kelly Burrows
We can't imagine the loss you feel and wish we could do something to make the pain go away. Brian is one of the nicest people I have ever met. I enjoyed the time I spent with him at work and just hanging out. Just thinking about him makes me smile. He will be missed.
From Nate and Jenny Reiman
You all have my sincere condolences for your loss. Brian has been in my thoughts since I heard of his accident and after hearing of his passing I can't help but feel we all lost a very special and unique person in Brian.
Although I only knew Brian for a short time I am very thankful our paths crossed in life. As a fellow "Brian" We always had a friendly meet and greet around us having the same name and he always had a smile on his face. I will miss not having the opportunity to throw axes with Brian and the conversations we would have had while doing so.
I always felt like a friend to him because that's how he treated me. A kind soul and a great person who reflecting on now, in his own way have me a glimpse of what should be important in life. Thank You Brian!
From Brian Eubanks
Brian was our Spee-dee delivery guy for METCO in La Crosse. He was soft spoken,and always smiling. I am so sad to hear about the accident and his passing. He will be remembered by me. I am so sorry for the families loss of a kind hearted soul.
From Diana Symitczek
Brian’s passing was a terrible tragedy, I can’t imagine the sorrow his family must be suffering.
To me, Brian looked so much like Irene Belling, his paternal grandmother. He had her smile and facial expressions.
Sending my heart felt sadness and extreme sense of loss for his passing. May you all find strength and love in each other in the days to come.
All my sympathy and love, Susan (Slama) Jones
From Susan (Slama) Jones
Dear Mike, Mary and Family,
We were saddened to learn of Brian's passing.
Brian was a great young man who filled his life with love.
Reunited in Heaven with his mother Tracy, Grandparents, Bill, Irene, James and William and Uncle John, we are certain that Heaven has found a new star to shine down on us.
His love for anything with an engine and wheels made him a true Belling. Here's to greasy hands, wrenches and a life well lived.
With Deepest Sympathy and Love,
Dot, Jim and Daniel Belling
From Dot, Jim and Daniel Belling
There are no words I can say to you to comfort you at this time of loss. I was taken aback when Kaitlyn & Bridget told me of Brian’s passing. I can’t imagine what you must be going thru and our thoughts & prayers are with your family. We pray that his passing becomes easier with time but remember, he will never be forgotten. Peace and Love sent.
From Steve Kreibich family