Brian Eugene McPherson

Brian Eugene McPherson, 50, of Summerdale, PA, died unexpectedly on Wednesday, April 6, 2016. Brian was the loving husband of Marcy, and father of 2 sons, CJ & Jeffrey. He is also survived by his mother, Martha Bates and step-father John Bates, and sister Michelle McPherson. He was preceded in death by his father, Larry McPherson in 2013. He was a graduate of East Pennsboro High School and Frederick Community College. He owned McPherson & Co. and was a GIA Graduate Gemologist. Brian was a volunteer at the West Shore YMCA and helped coach boys’ basketball. He also volunteered as coach for the East Pennsboro Athletic Youth League. He dedicated time to ALS, Vickie’s Angel Walk, Relay for Life, American Heart Association, American Cancer Society, and East Pennsboro Historical Society.

 Funeral services will be held on Monday, April 11, 2016 at Sullivan’s Funeral Home in Enola, PA. Visitation will be from 10–11am and services from 11-12 noon. The interment will be privately held at Perry Heights Cemetery following service by invitation only.

 In lieu of flowers donations can be made to any of the above charities.

The Sullivan Funeral Home is honored to serve the McPherson family.



All my paraders for comfort in this very sad time go out to all the family. Such a tragic loss this is. Another angel taken too soon!


My thoughts and prayers are with the whole family. God will get you through this. Hugs to all of the family.


So sorry to hear of your loss. Sending condolences, prayers & love to u Marcy & your lovely boys.


Prayers and love to the family. Brian was a wonderful person who I didn't know all that well. But I knew he was kind. My sons will be better people for being involved with such a caring person. Rest in Peace!!

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