Brian J. Maxwell

December 27th, 2017

Brian J. Maxwell, age 34, of Salem, NH, formerly of Wilmington, passed away unexpectedly on December 24, 2017.

Brian was the cherished son of Robert Maxwell, Jr. of Londonderry, NH and Sandra (Leone) Maxwell of Wilmington, dear brother of Robert Maxwell, III of Wilmington, loving grandson of Carmen and the late Aileen Leone of Somerville, Robert, Sr. and Rita Maxwell of Pittsfield, NH, nephew of Debbie Duran & her husband Thomas of Reading, Michael Leone & his wife Paula of Lynn, Susan O’Connell & her husband Shawn of Northwood, NH, Terri Walsh of Wilmington and the late Judy James. Brian is also survived by many loving cousins.

At the family’s request, all Funeral Services for Brian will be private.

Memorial donations in Brian’s name may be made to the Joslin Diabetes Center, One Joslin Place, Boston, MA 02215.

Arrangements under the direction of Nichols Funeral Home, Inc., Wilmington, MA.


29 Entries in Guest Book for “Brian J. Maxwell”

  1. Linda Flynn says:

    I was very sadden by the news of your death.. I was totally shocked about it and still don’t believe it actually happened.. You are so missed here. Everyone is very shocked over it.. You have a lot friends who care about you and they will miss you very much. Your family so missing you and they as well are shocked over your passing… Hope that you will be now at peace… Now you can fly with the angels with the other family members..

    Love Aunt Linda

  2. Paula Leone says:

    Your loving family miss you so much, but your pain is now gone. We’ll try to take care of your mom and brother who grieve at your passing. Your with your nana who will welcome you with open arms and support your family with love. Love ??

  3. Rhonda Dunbar says:

    So very sorry for your loss! May good fond memories help you through this difficult time!

    Thinking of you Karen


  4. Ricky Joseph Leclair says:

    Brian you will be missed my Friend,may you rest in peace !! Until we meet again.

  5. Brian & Diane Flynn says:

    Grief seems almost inconsolable when one loses a child. But know that Brian is also the child of God, the God who loves each of His children with a love that surpasses our understanding. God, who alone knows His purposes for this life, promises that all things work together for our good. Know that Brian is at peace now and that you will one day be reunited with him for eternity. May you find strength and comfort in good memories. Our love and prayers go out to all who love Brian.

  6. Susan says:

    I wish I had words to ease your pain but sometimes words are just not enough. I am always here for you.


  7. Nick LeClair says:

    You may be gone but my memories of you will always be with me. Love you Bro!

  8. Natasha LeClair says:

    Brian, you were a big part of my family for so long. My father looked at you like his own son. I really wish we stayed more in touch over the years. I am so shocked and heart broken over this. It’s difficult to think I will never see you again. I will miss you more than anyone will know. All of my love, Tasha.

  9. Aunt Dorothy says:

    Sandra words seem inadequate to express the sadness I feel about Brian’s death. I am here tp support you in your grieving process. I will be praying for you Sandra..Love Aunt Dorothy

  10. Gail Williamson says:

    Bobby & Sandra,
    My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family during this difficult time. May he rest in peace.

    Gail Mellino

  11. Debbie Doran says:

    My dear Brian,
    Wow, it seems so unreal. My heart aches like I just lost one of my own children. I watched you grow up from this little blond bacheeky boy (as your brother Bobby liked to call you), to a young man who always had a wise crack that made everyone laugh. My family, your mother and brother, and Pop were all looking forward to seeing you on Christmas. Life is never going to be the same for this family. You weren’t just my nephew, you were a friend. Love you always, Auntie

  12. Joanna Clayton says:

    Sandra & Bobby, so sorry for your loss. There are no words to say that can ease your pain right now. I was remembering Brian, with Dennis and Derek at the house when they were young and crazy kids. Always together. Sandra & Bobby, When the time is right, may you remember all the good time and may your memories give you peace. Sleep well Brian, it’s time rest.

  13. Mark Trimble Pluchak says:

    My condolences to Bob and his family

  14. Kristy and Casey Goodnough says:

    I can not begin to understand the loss your mom feels right now. I know you are loved beyond measure by all and will keep you all in our prayers. I am so very sorry to hear you are gone from this place but now you are with Nana and your grandma who love you too. Rest In Peace cousin

  15. SUSAN SMITH says:

    Bobby and Sandra ,Dan and I send our deepest condolences and are praying for you both .

  16. Phyllis Smith says:

    So very sorry to hear about Brian . My condolences and I pray God helps you get through this.Love Auntie Phyllis

  17. John Delamere says:

    Bob, I am terribly sorry for your loss and your family’s loss.
    Death is hard enough but when it is your child I can’t even imagine how you feel.
    Stay strong and keep Brian’s memory alive in your heart.

  18. Jared Doran says:

    Not only were you my cousin but you were also a friend to confide in who had a sense of humor which will not be forgotten. Your absence from the family has been great but your ongoing presence with us will be even greater. Until I see you next time, rest easy.
    Your friend,

  19. Linda Flynn says:

    Sandra & Bobby, I have no word I can say about this or understand the loss you feel right now. Each day hopefully will be better than the previous one. Each loss is different and we all express it differently. We’ve all gone through this and time heals most wounds most times… Some take longer to heal than most.. I am sorry I am not there. But I am a good listener as you know…


  20. sandra maxwell says:

    Bri, Its Mommy, I know you are in a better place, no more pain, we always worried about each other, sometimes it was insane, there are really no words too express how I feel, I feel like I lost a piece of not just my heart, but a part of me, fly higher than any other angel in the skies, just if you could please send me signs too let me know you are ok. You always knew how too make me laugh, so smart and witty. You are sorely missed by everyone who had the pleasure too know you. I love you my cherished son, until we meet again. Mommy

  21. Bernard McNally says:

    Sandra and Robby,

    There no words that I can offer. May he forever fly high as the angels we knew. May you always get the piece sign that you asked him for.


  22. Mary Jane Cormier says:

    God Speed Brian. I’m so sad to see this, I’ll miss seeing you at work. Always kind and polite. To Brian’s family I’m so sorry for this heartbreaking loss. I’ll keep you all in my thoughts and prayers.


  23. Jennifer Joan Fay says:

    I am deeply saddened and shocked by your sudden loss. My heart and thoughts go out to your family during this tragic time.

    Jennifer Joan Fay and Family

  24. Julie Conley says:

    Dear Sandra, I have no words that will magically comfort and heal your pain and sorrow. I have 2 sons, 36 and 32. I cannot even comprehend your pain.
    All I can say is that when I see my sons again I will hug them tightly and tell them just how much they are loved by me. If ever you need an ear or shoulder I am here for you.
    Much love
    Julie (Davidson) Conley

  25. Derek Clayton says:

    It deeply saddens me to lose you, I will always remember the year we spent together grown from children to young adults. Although we didn’t usually do what what right, I wouldn’t change a thing! We had a blast. The only thing that puts my mind to ease right now is the thought that you and Denis are reunited and killing some beers watching down on us! I love you buddy rest easy.

  26. Chris Roscillo says:

    Rest east my friend. I will always remember the good times. Gone but not forgotten my friend.

  27. Bobby Maxwell III says:

    To my Brother Brian,
    I know you are in a better place, no more pain, I’ll miss your laugh and your sense of humor. i was looking forward to seeing you on Christmas Eve.My life will never be the same without you my brother.I miss our talks when you needed me. Miss you Brother

  28. Chris Lunde says:

    Bobby, Sandra and Bobby, My deepest condolences for your loss. It saddens me to hear of Brian’s passing.

  29. Ashley says:

    Brian, not a single day goes by where I don’t think of you. I find myself thinking about some of the hilarious things that you’ve said where I laugh out loud, and then I remember that I’ll never get to hear your sense of humor again. It deeply saddens me but I know that you’re in a better place now. I love you, cuz. Rest in the sweetest peace. <3

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