Condolence & Memory Journal

im so sorry. i knew brian as a child, we played baseball together.( won the only state title llanarch hill 12 year old have ever seen) His candor and bold approach to life were always a constant either while on the radio, or in person. he was real, and rare gem of a soul. im thankful to have known him and hope my recollection brings a smile to your. mr D was a pretty good coach..
just saying

Posted by Nick Quartapella - warrington, PA   August 14, 2018

I remember Brian as a nice, funny guy. I think of him each time I hear someone say McGriddles. We had a conversation about them once and I can't remember whether he loved them or hated them. I enjoyed talking to him and getting to know him when he came to WDSD. RIP Brian you will be missed by many.

Posted by Deb Alvarez - Harvest, AL - Friend   July 20, 2018

So sorry for your family

Posted by Betsy Walker - K3U4E   July 19, 2018

My family's prayers and condolences to all who loved Brian - all million. We worked together at Swiss Farms and the thing I loved the most about him and remember the most strongly is his gentleness. He was truly tender hearted. And really fun. And just beautiful. May God lift you all high and press you close. Brian, you are loved.

Posted by Stephanie L. - PA   July 19, 2018

Dear Joe and Debbie ,So sorry to hear of the loss of your son.Know you are in my thoughts and prayers .I am unable to make it as I'm just out of hospital .I was in for 46 days and I'm home bound .Prayers for your family will be constant . Deepest Sympathy. Vince Rossi

Posted by Vince Rossi - Phila, PA - Friend   July 19, 2018

R.I P. Brian, Glad I got to know you
Jack Baill

Posted by jack baill - Texarkana, AR - Friend   July 19, 2018

Lisa is right. No family should go through this. It's not the right way. I'm sure Brian is playing his music for everyone. I'm sure God will take care of him. RIP Brian

Posted by Theresa Carbone - Friend   July 18, 2018


Dear Cousin Joe and Deb, I am so sorry to hear of Brian's passing, you and your family are and will remain in our prayers and thoughts. I know in my heart God will keep him safe and he will be an angel looking over all of you. With sadness and love, Jackie and Scott Hisey and our children.

Posted by Jackie Hisey - Skippack, PA - Family   July 18, 2018

I was so very sorry to hear about Brian. I worked witH him for many years at 94.7 FM The Rock of Delaware. I was in sales. He was always a jokester and quick wit that is for sure. I reconnected with him in the last 3 years online there at his new gig in Fenwick. It really was a pleasure knowing him.
Please accept my sincerest condolences at this very sad time. He will be missed.

Posted by Ingrid Thomas - Newark, DE - Friend   July 18, 2018

Mr and Mrs. D I am so sorry to hear about Brian. My mind has been overflowing with memories from our childhood. I will continue to pray for all of you during this very difficult time. Lisa Pittman (Goldberg)

Posted by Lisa Pittman - Friend   July 18, 2018


Growing up in our grade school, Brian taught me how to be light-hearted and how to laugh. My deepest condolences to the DiMario family.

Posted by Eric Zimmerman - Drexel Hill, PA - Classmate   July 18, 2018

there are no words to express the heartbreak i feel for my nephew. i loved you like you were my son, and my life will never be what it was without you. please watch over your parents and your sister and brother. i will love you my special boy for the rest of my life.

Posted by jim guerrieri - brookhaven, PA - Family   July 18, 2018

This doesn't seem real. Miss you already pal.

Posted by Marty Steinetz - West Chester, PA - Family   July 18, 2018

We were so saddened at the news of your loss of Brian. Please know we are thinking of your family and praying for your comfort and peace from our Lord.

Posted by Janet and Harry Fisher - Glenolden - Friend   July 18, 2018

Had the opportunity to cross paths with Brian when WRDX and WJBR cohabitated the same building. Fond memories of our combined softball team.

In recent years, Brian and I had shared war stories from the Ocean City/Salisbury market. Although he came to the market 20 years after I left, many of the companies and personalities remained the same. It was fun to talk about that, as well as to hear him do an outstanding afternoon drive program.

Brian was a funny person with a perfectly balanced (between funny and edgy) approach. He was also a damn good DJ and an enjoyable person to be around.

Brian will be missed....his family and friends will be in my thoughts.

Posted by Steve Kramarck - Newark, DE - Friend   July 18, 2018