On Friday, August 19, Jeffrey David Brian went home to be with the Lord. Jeff will forever be remembered and missed by his family and friends. Born in 1971 in Frederick, Maryland, Jeff moved with his family at age 8 and grew up in Fort Mill, Sc. He graduated from fort Mill High School in 1990 and decided to pursue a career in electrical engineering. He attended the University of Kentucky and then transferred to the University of Central Florida in Orlando, FL and earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering in 1999. He began his career with Lockheed Martin and continued there as a senior electrical engineer. He was presented with the prestigious Missile and Fire Control Excellence Award award in 2010. And although he stayed in Florida, he remained a dedicated University of Kentucky Wildcats fan. Having gained a love of aviation from his grandfather, Jeff earned his wings as a private pilot in 1997 and remained an active member of the Aircraft Owner's Pilot Association (AOPA). By 2011 he had been qualified to pilot 9 different aircrafts from a single engine Cessna to a twin engine Baron. Jeff was an avid golfer and had his proudest moment last year in October at Shingle Creek Golf Club where he hit his first Hole In One. At Heron Point in Hilton Head Island, SC, Jeff shot an 87, the best golf game of his life recently. He made sure he posted it on Facebook for all to share in his glory. Jeff had a very strong faith in the Lord and loved to share it with others. His greatest prayer was that all of his friends and relatives would know Jesus and spend eternity with him. Jeff is survived by his Father and Step-Mother, Donald and Connie Brian , of Jacksonville, FL; Mother and Step-Father, Janice and Joe DellaRusso, of Branson, MO; Brother and Sister-in-Law, Mike and Amy Brian, Nephews Landon and Riley Brian, of Greensboro, NC; Sister and Brother-in-law, Michelle and Joel Genereaux, Niece Robin Genereaux, Nephews Adam and David Genereaux of Haines City, FL. The family will be receiving friends from 4:00 until 6:00 pm on Friday, August 26th, 2011 at First Baptist Church of Windermere located at 300 Main Street, Windermere FL, followed by the funeral service at 6:00 pm with Pastor Church Carter officiating.