Brian M Evans was a natural leader whose winning presence allowed him to take control of various situations with ease. Equipped with a clear and calculating focus, he possessed a tough-minded, "take charge" attitude. He had the ability to make even routine situations seem exciting, and he was at ease with the role of playing problem solver. Brian always sought out the scene of where the action was. Sociable, analytical and pleasant, Brian was an individual who enjoyed life's challenges.
Brian was born on December 19, 1987 at Harbor Hospital, Maryland in Baltimore, MD. His parents were Tracy Evans and Darryl Werner. Brian was raised in Glen Burnie, MD and Riverside, CA. Always able to express himself well, Brian possessed strong interpersonal skills. He was optimistic in his outlook on life and was able at all times to be open and direct in his communication. Armed with a great wit, Brian was raised to be accepting of others and to implement a strong personal work ethic.
As a young child, Brian showed his creative ability in many ways. He was outgoing and animated. Brian enjoyed new activities and pursued a variety of interests. He took part in skateboarding. In his spare time he liked baseball cards, magic cards and Pokemann cards. Brian's memorable achievements included Minor League Baseball, won a 40 yard dash at 16 years of age against his father.
Known to others as a focused, logical, open-minded and somewhat driven individual, Brian was able to utilize these qualities to succeed in high school. His curious nature was spurred by his ability to maximize his personal learning style through employing a hands-on approach. He was good with facts and had an excellent memory. He enjoyed some courses more than others, having favorite classes and teachers.
Friends and acquaintances found Brian an easy man to get to know, and those close to him would often praise his open, practical style of communication and relaxed approach to life in general. Brian was uncomplicated and straightforward in his relationships, which allowed him to accept people for what they were. While growing up, some of his best friends were Donnie, Eddie, Frankie, Eric, Simmonz, Matthew, Darryl, Mogie.
Very much like a kid himself, Brian identified with the inquisitive and creative side of his children's personalities. He was able to direct his energy and spontaneity towards helping his children acquire added common sense skills. Brian was blessed with One, Shane Ryan Werner.
Brian was a flexible worker who was able to draw the best from others around him. A persuasive individual who was quick to make necessary decisions, Brian's strengths included being able to think on his feet. He could be a leader who sought impact for his decisions. Gifted with an incredible ability to read body language, Brian was able to positively manipulate situations and motivate others in order to get a task completed. He was a good negotiator who enjoyed new challenges. Brian could multi-task, and he was endowed with entrepreneurial spirit, allowing him to think beyond standard norms when it came to resolving issues in his work environment. His primary occupation was waiter. He was employed for 2 years.
Brian enjoyed his leisure time by taking part in various hobbies. He had something of an artistic flair in many of the things that he did. He put this creativity toward all of his pastimes. His favorite pursuits were skateboarding, swimming and sports. He was content to enjoy his hobbies alone but was also willing to share his interests with others.
Because he liked to take risks, Brian was a perfect match for athletics and exercise. He was enthusiastic and confident about these activities. Recreational sports included skateboarding. Brian was also something of a sports fan and enjoyed watching his favorite events whenever he got the opportunity. Tops on his list were football, baseball and basketball.
Travel and vacations were experiences that Brian truly enjoyed. He preferred to seek out excitement wherever he went and he was partial to vacations that were casual and laid back with an atmosphere of "live and let live." He was willing to leave his plans open and flexible, just in case something more interesting came along. Favorite vacations included Ocean City, MD.
Brian was a lover of animals and cherished his pets. One of Brian's favorites was Kiera, a wolf hybrid. They were best friends for 7 years.
Brian passed away on December 13, 2009 at Kaiser Permanente Hospital. Upper respiratory failure. He is survived by his son Shane, parents Darryl M. Werner. Tracy M., grandparents Heinz and Helena. Services were held at Pierce Brothers Crestlawn Memorial Park and Mortuary. Brian was laid to rest in Pierce Brothers Crestlawn Memorial Park and Mortuary.
Brian was the kind of person who could win others over easily. A concrete communicator, he relied on his senses to increase his involvement and awareness of others. He was always able to provide amusing repartee to his friends and acquaintances, offering a seemingly endless supply of quips, anecdotes, jokes and stories. If Brian had a theme song written about him, it might well have been "Don't Worry, Be Happy." He enjoyed his life and the experience of living it. This is how everyone will remember Brian M Evans.