UPDATE: According to Brian Markarian Obituary, Brian was a passionate skier and watersports enthusiast who was also a member of the Buffalo Yacht Club. Two years of his professional life were spent working for Ingram Micro.
The family will be present at the F. E. Brown Sons Funeral Home in Orchard Park, New York on Thursday, September 21 from 4:00 to 8:00 PM to greet friends. The address of the funeral home is 6575 East Quaker Street (also known as Route 20A). A Memorial Mass will be held on Friday, September 22, 2023 at 10 a.m. at the Tewksbury Lodge, which is located at 249 Ohio Street in Buffalo, New York. Family and friends are welcome to attend. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that you perform acts of kindness in memory of Brian.
Brian Markarian Death – Orchard Park, New York man has passed away after a fatal motor vehicle accident in Buffalo. Authorities were called to the scene of a fatal crash that happened on Tuesday, September 19, and are investigating. The man who was identified by his loved ones on social media as Brian Markarian, was said to have suffered severe injuries but later succumbed to them. He was an incredible young man, son, brother, nephew, grandson and friend to so many.
Brian Markarian was a Market Development Specialist supporting HP-PSG in the Public Sector. His loved ones are mourning the news of his passing. Brian Markarian Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family..
RELATED ARTICLE: Zacharie Lecuyer killed after fatal car crash in Colonie
After losing control near Boght Road and New Loudon Road, the automobile was responsible for a fatal accident. Although emergency medical services from Colonie responded, the driver, Zacharie Lecuyer, 36, from Altamont, was unable to recover from his injuries and passed away at the site. The collision took place at 3:08 in the morning on June 11th. On New Loudon Road, the vehicle, a 2022 Subaru, was traveling in the southbound direction when it allegedly crossed over the median lane, traveled through the lanes heading northbound, and then stopped on the grassy shoulder.
Before coming to a stop in the yard of 1121 New Loudon Road, the car reportedly caused damage to the property by colliding with a tree, an embankment for the driveway, and a street sign, all of which were described as being impacted by the vehicle. The fire that was caused by the accident was extinguished by the Boght Fire Department, and they supported the police department in blocking New Loudon Road between Boght Road and Old Loudon Road.
This inquiry is still being conducted. The authorities are requesting that anybody who may have information regarding the collision, especially pertinent video, get in touch with them at the following number: (518)783-2744.
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