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Edwin Brion

Edwin Silva Brion

Friday, March 21st, 1958 - Monday, April 6th, 2020
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Obituary

Edwin Brion, 62, of Windsor Locks, was reunited with those who have gone before him, as he passed away unexpectedly at home on April 6, 2020. Born in Lipa City, Philippines on March 21, 1958, Edwin was the son of the late Wenceslao Bienvenida Brion and Crispina Silva Brion. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering at Mapua University. He was employed at Hamilton Standard and Otis Elevator Company.

Edwin enjoyed traveling around the world to see many different places including Switzerland, Spain, Italy, and France. He was a devoted parishioner of Holy Family Church in Enfield. Most of all, he enjoyed spending time with family.

Edwin is survived by his siblings: Divinia & Romeo Abracosa, Arnulfo & Evelyn Brion, Wencie & Emma Brion, Marvin & Jocelyn Brion, Emelie B. DiNonno& the late William J. DiNonno, who will miss him dearly. He will also be missed by his nieces and nephews. He will be greeted by his brother Larry S. Brion who preceded him in death in November 2008 and his sister Belita B. Endaya who preceded him in death in February 2019. Service and Burial will be private on Thursday, April 9, 2020. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Jean Jugan Parish, Holy Family Church, 23 Simon Rd, Enfield, CT 06082.
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  • Graveside Service

    Thursday, April 9th, 2020 | 10:00am
    When
    Thursday, April 9th, 2020 10:00am
    Location
    All services are private
    Address
    Address Not Available

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Carol Innes

Posted at 10:47am
Edwin was so sweet. I saw him at Costco frequently and somewhere else just recently. He always stopped to talk to me and had a big smile. I will truly miss him. God rest his soul. Blessed are those who bring joy to the world.
Carol I.

April DiNonno

Posted at 11:17pm
Tito Edwin (Ninong) was such a thoughtful and sweet godfather. When I moved out of my mom’s house, he gave me dishes and appliances to help me settle into my new place. He always had me laughing with his jokes on car rides and family parties. He was always there for me! He truly will be missed!
AM

Alma Murphy

Posted at 10:45pm
Uncle Edwin was very thoughtful and really cared about those he loved.

My favorite memory was when Josh was in the hospital with Meningitis (although a stressful time for me) Uncle Edwin went to visit him. He got to the door of Josh’s hospital room, the instructions on the door advised all visitors had to wear a sterile gown and a mask. Uncle Edwin decided not to go in, but he sat in the waiting area until I stepped out of Josh’s room and he saw me. He told me he just came to let Josh and I know he was there and was thinking of us. He also wanted to wish Josh well. Uncle Edwin did a lot in the last several years to let Josh and I know how much he cared. He made even the smallest gestures make us feel blessed.

Josh always enjoyed sitting on the couch next to Uncle Edwin at family gatherings and listening to stories about work and family. I always enjoyed my Sunday lunches and visits with Uncle Edwin.

We love you Uncle Edwin! We will miss you!

Alma & Josh
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