William "Bill" Richard O'Brien
February 11, 1958 - April 4, 2017
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O’Brien, William (Bill) R. born February 11, 1958 in Bronx, NY passed away April 4, 2017 in VA Beach, VA A loving husband, father, brother, and friend, he is survived by his wife Jackie O’Brien, son Daniel (Elizabeth) O’Brien, daughters Tara O’Brien and Melissa Cardoza, a granddaughter Clara Joy O’Brien, a brother John O’Brien and…

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donna levine left a message on April 10, 2017:
you were my best friend cousin for our childhood years..they always made us dance together at family occasion ...we had a special bond and i will always remember you with happiness and togetherness.. my billie was a class act and a dear friend..now you are with god and hope the angels will shine upon you... too soon but god has plan and I hope you are in a better place...love always your cousin donna
Diane Arnone Moore left a message on April 8, 2017:
Oh my CUZ! what can I say.....? If memories were worth money I would be rolling in the dough!! Our holiday's and family vacation's alone could be enough in themselves. However we went way beyond the typical cousin thing, we were the best of friends too. I wish we would have followed through on our dream of starting our own band!. I promise you this O'B .....when I get to the other side and find you in an endless sea of Rock Legends! We will storm the stage together. I'll be talking to you in my prayers till then. Love you my FAVORITE CUZ!!!!!! Dee
Elizabeth O'Brien left a message on April 8, 2017:
Chief, you are sadly missed already. I knew I could always count on you for some kind of dad joke or crazy prank. I'm thankful that you accepted me into your heart as another daughter and looked out for me. Your spirit will live on through your kiddos, and we know that you will be watching over Clara to make sure we raise her right. I love you chief. -Elizabeth
Lisa M. Stewart left a message on April 8, 2017:
I am deeply saddened by the passing of our "Chief"... He truly was a wonderful loving friend and colleague. He and I shared many a laugh together at work because many times we saw the world of stagecraft the same way and therefore could relate to some of the absurdities we encountered. You're forever in our hearts...Rest in Peace brother.
Tara O'brien left a message on April 8, 2017:
You are my dad! You will always be my dad. I try not to cry too much, whenever i feel a tear sneak up, i channel you and your strength and I choose to remember all the good times. All the late night scary movies when everyone else was asleep, all the candy at 2am that we never should have had, all the pranks played on everyone else, "the gullible one's"... all the music lessons, all of your smart criticism, your wisdom and black and white, right and wrong way of approaching any problem I came to you with. All of us who knew you, we were the lucky ones! You were like no other! So incredible, so wise, SO SIGNIFICANT! There's no way they play shitty music in heaven! Rock on! I love you forever Dad! See you soon! Love your daughter!
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Brian & Maureen Granger left a message on April 8, 2017:
Billy was a true leader who helped so many people. He could always make us laugh and bring a smile to our face in any situation. We will really miss him and the great music and times we shared together. Your memory will always live in our hearts big brother. The world is a smaller place without you. Brian & Maureen Granger
Colleen Granger left a message on April 8, 2017:
My deepest sympathy to the entire O'Brien family and Maureen and Brian Granger for the loss of Billy. He was vibrant, charming and fun loving and will be missed- Warmly, Colleen
Cremation Society of Virginia left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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