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A memorial fund forFor the funeral of Brian

$1,752 given of $5,000 goal

For the funeral of Brian

Started by: National Compassion Fund

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Brian Constanza-Campos was found dead near the Chantilly Shopping Center on Friday morning.

Morning I received the news that my friend, Brian Constanza-Campos, had been tragically taken from us in a senseless act of violence. He was the victim of the shooting near the Chantilly Shopping Center on the morning of May 7, 2021. I really have no words to describe what his family have been feeling.

From his brother, Sebastian: “I feel since the news has been made public, I should post something so my friends are aware of the situation. In the morning I received the news that my oldest brother, Brian, had been tragically taken from us in a senseless act of violence. He was found dead near the Chantilly Shopping Center on the morning of May 7, 2021. I really have no words to describe what I have been feeling, but it has been a roller coaster of highs and lows, rapidly pivoting between crying my eyes out and bursts of explosive laughter while reminiscing about my brother with family members.

Brian was truly one of the kindest people I have known throughout my life. As a kid, he would always try to care for injured birds or mice. I think he felt bad that most of those injuries were caused by our cats and wanted to make that right with the universe. He would also bring back tadpoles from the lake or reptiles he found in our backyard woods to try to keep as pets. That never really worked out as well as he would have liked... Looking back, one of my favorite childhood memories was flipping over rocks in the yard with him and Kevin with heavy anticipation for the very rare chance to find a salamander (sometimes you could go a year without finding one!).

Although I don’t know full details, I know as an adult he has helped friends get through extremely rough times in their lives. His second family at the Chantilly Shopping Center, where he was employed as a server for 14 years, all loved to work with him and I know he will be dearly missed there. The sheer amount of messages I have received from his coworkers (who I have never met) makes it clear to me the impact that he had there.

Brian was taken before his time and I will miss him dearly. I wish I had spent more time with him over the last few years, but if you made it all the way through this, please make the time for the people you care about and tell them you love them.

Jake, I hope you are able to find peace in this chaotic universe. I love you.

-Sebastian.”

He did nothing wrong and deserved this in no way at all. He made no choice that led to this. He simply showed up to work, and was in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Please keep the family in your prayers.

Any amount to this fund is greatly appreciated.

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  • Heidi Solis11 weeks ago Sending prayers to your family. My kids and I are frequent diners at the restaurant. Such a senseless act and tragic loss.
  • Luanne Inn11 weeks ago Praying for your comfort and peace.
  • Jeffrey Gomez12 weeks ago My sincere condolences for your loss. He was such a dope dude. > Donated 800$.
  • Matthew Bean12 weeks ago Our deepest sympathy and condolences! This $2500 is from the Ace Parking colleagues at San Diegol ed by Jamie Witherington and Leann Bean. We love you guys and are praying for you all! - matt bean
  • Jenus Page-Franklin12 weeks ago My deepest condolence. May God grant you peace and comfort during your precious loss.
  • Thomas Frasca12 weeks ago this broke my heart im so sorry God Bless you all your in my prayers as im typing this the tears are rolling down my checks
  • Jasmine Blue12 weeks ago So sorry for your family's loss
  • Pamela & larry Poling12 weeks ago My thoughts and prayers are with the family. So very sorry.
  • Jerry Jensen12 weeks ago From friends at Amalgaway, Barb, Jan, Betty and Jerry
  • Andrew Borst12 weeks ago So sorry for your loss. Your family is in my prayers.
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