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Brian Hickerson

Brian William Hickerson

Wednesday, August 4th, 1954 - Sunday, November 8th, 2020
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Obituary

Brian W. Hickerson, age 66, passed away on Sunday, November 8, 2020 at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury, Maryland due to complications during open heart surgery.

Devoted husband to Linda Lee Hickerson for over 25 years and loving father to John, brother to Alan and Craig (Shaila) Hickerson. Predeceased by his parents Frank and Agnes Hickerson. He is also survived by his sisters in law Anita (Turk) Hemseri, Julie Piolunek, Aunt Margaret Baurmann, and a host of loving nieces, nephews, cousins and friends to mourn his loss. His deep voice and infectious laugh will remain in our memories.

Born in Albany, New York on August 4th, 1954 his family relocated to Maryland where he resided until his death. He grew up in Calverton and attended High Point High School. He was sole proprietor of Hickerson Drywall and later Hickerson Painting LLC. He had strong values and worked hard his entire career as a carpenter, drywall man and painter.

He enjoyed being outdoors, camping and fishing being his favorite past times. He also enjoyed watching his favorite sports teams including the Washington Nationals, the Washington Capitals and the Washington Redskins.

After he and Linda Lee were married they resided for a short time in Laurel until they built their dream home and moved to Ellicott City. There he served as President of Bethany Valley Homeowners Association and volunteered with MADD Maryland. He was a beloved member of the Bay Princess Condominium community in Ocean City where he and Linda Lee enjoyed spending their time together.

He will be desperately missed by all including his beloved four legged feline, Lucy.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks you kindly consider a memorial donation made to:

www.tidalhealth.org/about-us/donate/

for the Heart Institute

Or to MADD Maryland

https://www.madd.org/maryland/donate/
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Susan Watkins

Posted at 12:13pm
"Brian Hickerson" brought so many gifts to our life. We will never forget him! With love and hugs,

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Dan Early

Posted at 06:14pm
Linda, How lucky were we to meet you and Brian at the Bay Princess many years ago. Brian was such a nice caring gentleman. We always enjoyed our conversations with him. May your cherished memories help you through the days ahead. Sending you much love and hugs.
Dan And Stacy
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Jan Hines

Posted at 10:31am
My "Hump Day" friend...I will miss you dearly. I know your gentle, kind soul has landed you in a safe place where you can watch over Linda Lee, Lucy, John, and all the others your adored. God's speed. Until we meet again. Jan

Kelly Sloskey

Posted at 01:22pm
Linda, we hope you find strength and comfort in your faith, family and friends. We are very grateful to have shared some of "your happy place" with you both over the years, even the time we spent in meetings : ) -- We will never forget the sound of his voice and most especially his laugh. Our sincerest sympathy, Kelly and Dave
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Bill McMahon

Posted at 07:43pm
Linda:
Annette and I are so sorry. We know how much you love Brian and he, you. I know that he is watching over you and hope that your memories and the support of family and friends will bring you comfort. Please let us know if you need anything at all
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