Brian Fagan Death, Obituary – The news that we received today was quite upsetting and disheartening, to put it mildly; we were hoping for much better. At least according to the most recent news sources, Brian Fagan, who lived in the area near to Hollin Bridge Street and was an active member of the community in Ewood Ward, is claimed to have recently passed away. Fagan was an active member of the community in Ewood Ward. Fagan was a well-known face in the Ewood Ward community during his time there. Fagan was a native of the area and had made his home in the neighborhood that was situated close to Hollin Bridge Street.
Brian has been had to contend with the aftereffects of his illness for some time now, and this is something that he has been required to do for some time. In addition to this, while he was still a student at Witton Park School, he was elected to serve both as a Union Member and as Governor of the Student Union. This occurred while he was attending Witton Park School. This took place during his presence at the location. Both of these positions were filled by him at the same time. On the seventeenth of January, a memorial service will be held for him at St. Peter’s Church in Mill Hill, which can be found on Jessel Street.
The service will begin at 1:00 p.m. The occasion will get under way at ten o’clock in the morning. This is the place that will play host to the ceremony. When the funeral services have concluded, his body will be interred at Pleasington Cemetery as soon as it is humanly possible to do so after the conclusion of the services. We want his family and friends to know that they are in our thoughts and prayers, and that we are thinking about them as they go through this challenging time with him. In addition, we want them to know that we are thinking about them. We want them to be aware that we are considering them in our thoughts. After he has passed away, we hope and pray that he will spend the rest of eternity in a state of perfect tranquility.