Brian Galvin Death, Obituary- On Tuesday, April 11, 2023, in Doylestown Hospital, Brian Galvin, a resident of Jamison, Pennsylvania, who had fought cancer with bravery and determination, lost his battle with the disease. He was a courageous and determined fighter. He was encircled by the friends and family members who loved and cared for him. He had 57 years of experience to his name. He shared a lovely marriage with his wife Lisa (Serpico) Galvin throughout the entire 32 years that they were married. Together, they enjoyed a wonderful marriage. 2010 was the year he went away.
Brian Galvin was the son of the late Francis and Mary (Delaney) Galvin, who raised their son in a loving household with a foundation routed in the Catholic religion, which remained close to Brian’s heart for the remainder of his life. Francis and Mary (Delaney) Galvin are no longer with us, but their son, Brian Galvin, was their son. Brian Galvin was the son of Francis Galvin, who passed away, and Mary (Delaney) Galvin, who also passed away. Brian was born in Camden, New Jersey.
When Brian was younger, he lived in Pennsauken Township, New Jersey, where he attended Bishop Eustace Preparatory High School, where he also received his high school graduation. After that, he decided to further his education by enrolling at both Cabrini University and La Salle University. Ultimately, he decided to acquire his degree from La Salle University.
During the early years of their marriage, Brian and his wife Lisa had a close relationship with Brian’s mother, Mary. This was true for both Brian and Lisa. They did everything in their power to make Mary as comfortable as possible up until the time of her death from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).
The last 25 years of Brian’s life were spent working at the Doylestown Country Club, where he eventually became a well-liked and respected member of the staff there. He was one of their most well-liked bartenders and built up a steady clientele of regulars who became his friends in a short amount of time. They would visit the bar on occasion with the sole purpose of engaging Brian in conversation regarding the most recent sporting events or the scores they had achieved in their most recent round of golf. He was one of their most well-liked bartenders and was responsible for cultivating a solid clientele of regulars.
Brian delighted in savoring the warm rays of the sun, following the latest scores from any and all sporting events, and drinking a cold beer. These were some of the activities that he enjoyed doing the most. Even after he had reached adulthood, he never stopped being an enthusiastic basketball player. He continued to take part in local leagues, where he dominated with a three-point shot that went on to become legendary. The moments during which Brian was able to spend time with his family and friends were the occasions on which he derived the greatest amount of enjoyment from each of these pursuits.
People who had the good fortune to know Brian will most likely remember him for his warm and pleasant demeanor, his generous heart, his warm and vibrant love of life, and his warm and welcome attitude. Those who had the good fortune to have known Brian will remember him most for these qualities.
Brian is survived by his son, Brendan Galvin, as well as his identical twin daughters, Shannon Galvin and Erin Sgro, both of whom are married to their respective husbands, Eric Doyle and Louis. In addition, Brian is survived by his wife, Lisa. His family also includes his son. His three children were, without a question, the sources of the greatest pride and delight in his life.
The family will receive friends and relatives at the Shelly Funeral Home in Warrington on Monday, April 17th, from 4-6 pm. The visitation will be held in memory of the deceased. The Memorial Mass for Brian will be held at Saint Cyril of Jerusalem Church on the 18th of April. You can find more information on the Mass here. The visitation will begin at 10 in the morning, and the mass will begin promptly at eleven o’clock in the morning. Following the conclusion of the funeral service, the burial will take place at the Doylestown Cemetery.