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Brian Wesley King

October 19, 1967 - September 1, 2021

Suffolk – Brian Wesley King, 53, died September 1, 2021.  Brian was born in Bellows Falls, VT to Alton Wesley King of Putney, VT and Donna Lee Martin King of Tryon, NC.  He was a veteran, having served in the US Navy on the USS Eisenhower during the Gulf War and remained in the naval reserves for several years after completing his service.  After leaving the US Navy, Brian attended San Diego State University, and graduated with honors with a degree in business. He began a successful career as a Mortgage Broker and loved working in that industry.

Brian enjoyed being outdoors, hiking, going to the beach and water parks.  He had a great sense of humor and loved animals.  He was a lifelong enthusiastic Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots fan and attended many season and playoff games with his best friend, Lee Bullis.

Left to cherish his memory, are his loving children, Autumn King of Reno, NV and Lauren King of Smithfield, VA; siblings, Denise Carlton and her husband Dr. Adam Carlton and their family of Moorpark, CA and Tammy Scott and her partner Brent and their family of Tryon, NC; beloved pets, Layla, and Charlie; and many loving aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. He was predeceased by a brother, Timothy King, and pets, Colby, and Logan.

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