On October 19th Brian was responding to a fatal car accident. On the scene he started to have chest pain and dizziness. The second ambulance checked him out and said he was having a heart attack and took him to the hospital. He was taken to the cardiac cath lab and he had one artery that was 100 percent blocked and one that was thirty percent blocked. They did a procedure to clear the blockage. He was released on the on the 21st. He saw his primary doctor on October 30th and the Cardiologist on October 31st and was cleared to go back to work. Friday, November 1st into Saturday morning Rachael was woken to Brian gasping for air and unresponsive. Rachael called 911 and started CPR. The EMTs and Fire department worked on Brian for over an hour and was unable to be resuscitated. Brian leaves his wife Rachael and his 3 young children Noah, Henry, and Amelia. Brian is not only a hero to his wife and children, but to those he served everytime he answered the call of duty, because firefighters walk where the devil dances.