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Brian J. Cormier, 43,

    Brian J. Cormier, 43, of Milford, died September 24, 2013 in the Milford Regional Medical Center in Milford MA. He was the husband of Joan M. Callahan-Cormier of 10 years. He was born in Ashburnham, MA son of Joseph “Denis” and Elaine (Bergeron) Cormier of Ashburnham and lived in Ashburnham most of his life before moving to Milford in 2004.
     He was a graduate of the Oakmont Regional High School in Ashburnham, class of 1988. He received a Political Science Degree from URI in 1992. He was also a member of ROTC at URI.  Mr. Cormier retired in 2007 from Kronos in Chelmsford where he was employed in Tech Support.  
    He is a 4th Degree Knight at the Knights of Columbus Council #396 in Gardner MA, Eagle Scout, Troop #18 in Ashburnham, a committee member of the Troop #18, a National Kidney Foundation Advocate, and a Milford Town Meeting Member.
       In addition to his wife and parents he is survived by his son Devin R. Callahan-Cormier of Milford, father and mother in law, Robert and Vivian (Ford) Callahan Sr. of Milford, brother and sister in laws Robert and Kelly Callahan Jr., Neil and Robin Callahan, Schelly Callahan, Godmother Jeanne Kiley, nephews Kyle Callahan, Kevin Callahan, Casey Callahan, Colin Callahan and Liam Callahan.  
  The funeral will be held Saturday, September 28, 2013 at 9 A.M. from the Consigli-Ruggerio Funeral Home 46 Water St. Milford MA. A mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 10 A.M. in the St. Mary’s of the Assumption Church on Winter St. in Milford.
 The burial will follow in the New Cemetery in Ashburnham MA.  
  The calling hours will be held Friday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M.
 Memorial contributions may be made in his memory to the National Kidney Foundation, Team Cormier, 85 Astor Ave.  Norwood MA 02062  

Guest Book

Casey Callahan

Brian was so special to our family, always knowing how to bring a smile and a laugh. Out thoughts and prayers are with you in this difficult time and always, Joan and Devin.
The Checkoway Family

Am going to miss Brian's wit and wonderful sarcasm. Googleman and Friends have lost a true friend.
Mike Poirier

Deepest sympathies to the Cormier Family. Brian was truly a very special person and a good friend...always posting FB messages to show his support in whatever things were happening in his classmate's lives. His wit, quick & unmatched!!! God's Blessings to all of you.
Lisa Fitzgerald (Lehtinen)

Joanie and family, We are so sorry to hear of Brians passing. Please find comfort in all of the memories made with Brian and know that he is free of pain now.
The Bonina Family (your neighbors)

Dear Joan, Devin, Denis,& Elaine: I am very sorry about the loss of Brian. I was at URI at the same time he was, and we met through our mutual friend, Mark Frankel. Then, since I lived in Lunenburg, and Brian lived in Ashburnham, I gave him rides home once or twice. We had great conversations at our lunches at URI and on the rides home. May you have peace & comfort.
Jonathan Heimberg

Joanie, Devin and family My heart goes out to all of you. Brian was a great guy. He treated my best friend like a queen and had an amazing sense of humor. He will be greatly missed. Take comfort in knowing his suffering is over.
Robin and Brianna

Elaine and Dennis, My heart breaks to hear the loss of Brian. I recall our visits, while my Josh and your Brian would play basketball in your driveway. Time goes way too fast! May God cradle you all gently in his arms, as you travel through this difficult time. And over the years to come, may Brian continue to smile at you through Devin. Hugs! <3
Barbara Amburgey

Our hearts break for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers. God be with you...
Dan & Dottie Kick

Joanie, May you and your family find comfort in knowing that Brian is in a wonderful place of love and light where there is no pain and sorrow. We're so sorry for your loss.
Ken and Charlene Landry

Joan, so sorry to hear about Brian. My thoughts and prayers are with you, Devin and all your family. Love Judi Mullin
Judi Mullin

Our hearts and prayers are with you and your family Joan! So sorry for your loss. Will continue to celebrate the time you shared together, but just please let us know if we can help in any way. Lots of love ...

Brian was a great guy whose cross was great but one he faced with courage. May God grant you comfort during this time of loss and let you remember the best times with him.
John Eisner

I met Brian when we both worked at Software Etc. He was always one of my most interesting friends and we always found adventure in anything we would do. He was there in my darkest days and always a friend I could count on.
Rich Moisan

Joan & Devin, & Family- I am so sorry. You are all in my thoughts & prayers. May God be with you during this difficult time. Robin DeAngelis
Robin DeAngelis

I am not sure I have ever met anyone as nice as Brian, and the way he got along with the kids was incredible. Our trips back to Mass will never be the same. Joan and Devin our thoughts and prayers are with you and we miss you.
Shawn, Leisa, Brighid, Connor and Finnegan

I remember Brian from our days on the URI Student Senate. As a student leader he was smart, witty and always looking for a way to make the campus a better place for all. He was very inclusive in his leadership style. I learned all I know about Robert's Rules of Order from Brian. I can hear him now saying "Division!" to call for a roll call vote. He will be missed.
Victor Capellan

Joan, I am so sorry for your loss.. I never had the pleasure of meeting Brian in person but knew him through you. What a strong and courageous person, and you, so giving. He was blessed to have had you in his life. He will watch over you and Devin and will give Geo a big hug for you..:) Be strong..
Maureen Medeiros

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the whole family.
Lynne & Dave Fox

Joan my deepest sympathy and prayers to you and all of Brian's family. You and Devin are in my thoughts and prayers.
Cheryl Boccia

I didn't know Brian but I knew Joan and her family. My deepest sympathies and prayers to all of you who knew and loved him.
Debbie Bartlett

I have known Brian since I was a child, and he was a baby. Brian was always willing to help everyone. Just recently, while dealing with his own health issues he offered to help with fund raising to get the W. J. Bresnahan Scouting and Community Center built in Ashburnham, so other children could enjoy scouting like he did. He will be greatly missed by everyone that knew him. Our deepest sympathy goes out to Brian's family.
Eugene R Dancause & Family

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