Brendan Macdonald Fyfe
- July 24, 1985 - December 19, 2009
- West Springfield, Massachusetts
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Memories & Candles
It has been three long years my friend. I still remember the last time I saw you out in Camp Lejeune. We went out and got hammered the night before I left. I have a family now, and life seems to have moved on for some of us. I wish you were still with us. I hope that where ever you are you have finally found the peace you always wanted. I love and miss you my dear friend.
Posted by: Abel Rosas - San Diego, CA - Marine Brother Dec 19, 2012
It has taken me almost a year since the last time we spoke to accept what happened! I will always remember the good times, from the moment I met you on the second deck of HP-450 while we were at the after work mid week barracks happy hour. I remember the times we would go out and tear up the town or when you would help me track down the “hoopty” because I couldn’t remember who I loaned it
Posted by: Abel Rosas - San Diego, CA - Friend/ Marine Brother Dec 06, 2010
I met Brendan when I was a boot out at CAX (now Mojave Viper) on chow duty. I'll never forget the times staying up all night and screwing around in that camp or drinking with the British Troops that were stationed. He absolutely was the center of attention and well deserved it. He always made time to hear what you had to say and was very knowledgeable on the weapon systems he was trained on. I can say I felt
Posted by: Grant Sauerwine - Camp Lejeune, NC - Marine Brother Jun 05, 2010
brendan was a close friend of mine. We went to high school together. I will miss him alot. Brendan served his country proud and was always a joy to be around. He was a great man and a incredible person. Always faithful. I love you man.
Posted by: matt jenks - childhood friend Apr 26, 2010
Fyfe is one of the few individuals and a fellow Marine that I will remember for the rest of my life. He left an impression on everyone that he met. He is gone now, but will never be forgotten.
Posted by: Calvin Artis - Camp Lejeune, NC - A fellow Marine Mar 07, 2010
Fyfe was a very funny person, he always had something to say to put a smile on my face even if i was upset, Fyfe brother you will be missed Semper Fi brother.. My condolences to the Fyfe family.
Posted by: Jose J Soto - a marine friend Jan 17, 2010
I SERVED WITH BRENDAN IN 2/6 GOLF CO. HE WAS A GOOD FRIEND AND MARINE, HE ALWAYS MADE TIME FOR YOU IF YOU WHERE IN NEED OF A GOOD CONVERSATION, FROM MY HEART HE WILL BE MISSED!! MY PRAYERS WITH YOUR FAMILY!!
Posted by: CPL DIAZ - JACKSONVILLE, NC - FRIEND USMC Jan 14, 2010
Brendan was such an amazing person who changed my life in many many ways. Although we communicated on and off for the past 8 years we always picked up where we left off. He could always make me laugh with just one word. He was so funny. He gave me great advice and ideas and always encouraged me to stay in college even when times were tough. He was there for me and no one understood our relationship but us.
Posted by: Jessica - Close friend Jan 01, 2010
I served with Fyfe in Iraq during his first and last tours. He was a good friend and I will always be glad that i knew him.
Posted by: Jared Will - Marine Buddy Dec 30, 2009
Brendan was a good friend who was always there to pick me up when i was feeling down and someone i could always talk to my deepest sympathy to your family the world as lost a truly bright star
Posted by: Jarad Underwood - Gray, TN - Friend Dec 26, 2009