Brian Goh

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Candle lit  by Freddy frank Boon on July 20th, 2017

Brian was an all inclusive type guy 9 or 90 he could relate to you
We'll miss you

Candle lit  by Ray Ho on July 20th, 2017

Though I haven't seen him in awhile, he was the definition of the word 'nice'. Never seen an unhappy frown on his face, there was no one who didn't like him.

He will be missed sorely.

Candle lit  by Kelly Sng on July 20th, 2017

He is someone who care, love each other when he is back in singapore. It been a few years we haven't seen him. And now we will be missing you and your smile..

Brian we will miss you.

Candle lit  by Kuo Mary on July 20th, 2017

Brian, I was just ready to thank you for your whole bag of bagels which gave us enough energy to go rafting. Not just that , and many times you stopped at our front door passing your mom's home meal with a sweet sweet smile. And even earlier, we stood besides the pool cheering and yelling together with a whole team and you were always the one with the most enthusiastic voices to lead us.

Candle lit  by Donna Ashworth on July 20th, 2017

There was a young boy sitting in my Chinese classroom for a couple of years. I found the sweet soul living inside of him. Brian was always polite and gentle. How I will miss his angel smile.

Candle lit  by Gina Ng on July 20th, 2017

Brian, I was very sad when i have got the news that you have left us, I wish that is just a dream. When you returned to Singapore I will always received a warm hugs from you, I am going to miss your joke, your smile and your hugs. Already started to misses you badly :(

Candle lit  by Kyle Herman on July 20th, 2017

Brian, its been over 20 years since you taught me how to swim. Though I may have forgotten how to stay afloat, I'll never forget your caring and enthusiastic demeanor. We will miss you.

Candle lit  by Mike Beall on July 20th, 2017

Brian was a kind and gentle soul. I'll always remember seeing you snacking on Reese puffs, watching the little white tv in the kitchen of my childhood home. Thanks for being a great babysitter and family friend.

Candle lit  by Allen Huang on July 20th, 2017

Brian, you were like a brother to me.  We shared so many interests and saw each other at chinese school and basically every holiday gathering.  Your laugh was so contagious and your spirit will live on among everyone whom you've touched.  Thanks for the good times, you will be missed.

Candle lit  by Kate Lim on July 20th, 2017

Brian, I still can't believe you have left us. You have been such a joy to be with - always cheerful, friendly, and happy-go-lucky. Memories of you will live on forever. I will miss your beautiful smile.

Candle lit  by Tan Leng on July 20th, 2017

Brian is a happy go lucky person and brings joy and cheer to his aunties , uncles, cousins and nephews whenever he is in Singapore. He loves to eat and his favourite food in Singapore is Laksa, fried carrot cake, roti prata and many more..He will ask for these whenever he is here.  We will missed him dearly and he will be always in our hearts. Rest in peace Brian.

Candle lit  by Mark Tribendis on July 20th, 2017

I'll always remember our awesome sports talks and childhood sleepovers at Stoneman's house.  You were a great dude and always a blast to be around especially during our sporting events.  We will all miss you greatly.  Gohman - gone but never forgotten!  Go wahoos

Candle lit  by Stann Bailey on July 20th, 2017

Brian grew on me over the many years we spent on deck coaching competing swim teams. His contagious enthusiasm, always-ready smile and friendly nature drew me to him. I would ask him jokingly each year how he prepared his team to unfailingly excell at Champs. He would always shrug his shoulders and laugh. After much thought I figured it out. His swimmers were happy. Vaya con Dios Brian.

Candle lit  by Mark Aceino on July 20th, 2017

My heartfelt condolences to Wilson, Lin & Kenneth on the untimely passing of Brian. He will forever be remembered for his cheerful disposition, positive attitude and great spirit. He was a positive influence over the lives of many young athletes.

Candle lit  by Dalila+Manuel Carvalho on July 20th, 2017

Brain,  We will be forever looking for your nice smile at B&N.
We will miss you, buddy!

Candle lit  by WY HOH on July 20th, 2017

Brian, you be sadly missed by all your extended family back in Singapore.  Especially your uncle...

Candle lit  by Tanya Chen-Herman on July 20th, 2017

The last time I saw Brian he was cheerfully at our front door dutifully running an errand for his mother at night. This is the image of Brian forever imprinted in my mind.

Candle lit  by CY & CM Hoh on July 21st, 2017

We really miss our dear cousin Brian, knowing you're gone makes family gatherings feel just that much emptier. You will always be in our hearts. Rest in peace.
Our deepest condolences to Uncle Wilson, Auntie Hilda and Kenneth. We will always be here whenever you need us.

Candle lit  by Soo Khim Lim Felton on July 21st, 2017

Brian Goh

Humble, Generous, Kind, Caring, Helpful.
What a powerful testimony for his exemplary parents
– Lin and Wilson Goh!
His young life has been a Magnificent BLESSING to many.

Soo Khim Lim Felton
(A family friend)

Candle lit  by Sue Van Winkle on July 21st, 2017

What can I say but thank you Brian for all of the positivity, encouragement, joy, and happiness you brought to so many lives.  You truly made a positive impact on everyone you met.  My 2 boys and I thank you for all you did to encourage them in their swimming journey.  Your happiness will be missed, but you have left a legacy of joy.  The world is a better place because of you.

Candle lit  by Hoh Seng Wai on July 21st, 2017

Everyone knows Brian as a constantly cheery guy who brightens up any room he's in. However, as far as I've known him he has never gotten any proper undisturbed rest, making him always tired and sleepy. At least now, he can rest peacefully...

We will always miss you, Brian.

Candle lit  by Terry Chern on July 22nd, 2017

We have known Brian since his teens when he attended the Chinese Sunday school. Brian has always been nice and friendly with great helping hands. Brian reflects well on his loving parents thus has easily gained popularity. We will miss him, but with the comfort that he will be laying peacefully in the heaven - Joy Yeh and Terry Chern.

Candle lit  by Linda Lau on July 23rd, 2017

My deepest sympathy to Wilson, Lin, and Kenneth, for the loss of your precious son and brother. Brian is a kind and gentle soul. May he rest in peace.

Candle lit  by Billy Su on July 23rd, 2017

You'll be missed Brian, rest in peace bro

Candle lit  by Lynn Lynn on July 24th, 2017

Brian.. I didn't get to know you a very long time but God sent you to me in my time of need.. I enjoyed the days that I got to know you and chat with you and enjoyed your story's and your dreams.. My wed willnever be the same now but I promise you touched my heart in so many many ways that I will never ever forget you.. You will always be in my heart and you will always be my Angel

Candle lit  by Rebecca Smith on July 24th, 2017

Brian was one of the sweetest and kindest people I have ever known.  He was a wonderful friend to my son Daniel, and they both shared a true love of swimming and coaching other swimmers.  I will always treasure my memories of this lovely boy; I know how much his parents and brother loved him and how much he will be missed.  You are all in our hearts and prayers.

Candle lit  by Darrell Goh on July 24th, 2017

Very sad to hear of your passing Brian.
Am really glad you touched so many lives in your time with us.
Condolences to Wilson, Lin, and Kenneth.
Your cousin always. Darrell

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