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Robert M. Brey

  • On June 25, 2019

Robert M. Brey age 58 of Denton, Texas formerly of Pittsburgh passed away peacefully with his family by his side on Tuesday, June 24, 2019.

Born on June 19, 1961, he was the son of the late Dorothy and Don Brey.

Beloved husband of Shelby Brey of 18 years; step father of Alex Hillen and Nikki  (Andy) Aguilera; and grandberry of Penelope Aguilera.

Robert loved music, he was a musician who enjoyed playing the drums, piano and writing music. He was a hard worker and owner of a successful commercial masonry business.

Family and friends are welcome Tuesday, July 2, 2019 at 11 am at Queen of Heaven Cemetery, 2900 Washington Rd., McMurray, PA 15317.

Please view and sign the family’s online guestbook at pittsburghcremation.com.

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Tammy Mellick Engel
  • Jun 25 2019
Shelby, I am so truly sorry for your loss. Every time I think of Bob, I remember him from high school and his bouncy way of walking, always with a little grin on his face like he hard a wonderful secret of some sort. You are in my thoughts and prayers more than you know.
  • Jun 25 2019
Dear Shelby, So sorry to hear of the loss of your husband. I will be sending prayers and Love and peace to you and your family Preston❤️🙏❤️🙏❤️🙏❤️🙏
Tedda Myers Duhey
  • Jun 25 2019
Shelby, so so sorry for your loss! I don’t know his story but may he RIP playing music from above ... God Bless you All!
Vicki and Roger Guess
  • Jun 25 2019
Shelby, we are so sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
  • Jun 25 2019
You know what you all meant to me. Shelby you were an will be loved forever. My heart is filled with sadness for you and your entire family Rob heart was a soulful one an kindness beyond words. I don’t understand why this happens to such loving kind people. I love u beyond words can say I’m so sorry Shelby
Natasha MacDonald
  • Jun 26 2019
We loved you dearly. You were a part of our family, a joy to be around and always kept us smiling and laughing. Exeplarary husband to your great love Shelby and parent of Pipa, Button and late Cotton who you will join in peace and love. We loved you Natasha MacDonald and boys.
Jim Van Huyck
  • Jun 26 2019
I'll never forget Bobby's drum demo at Fort Couch MS-he had amazing talent!
Scott Huckabee
  • Jun 26 2019
So sorry Shelby for your loss. Robert was an amazing one of a kind multi-talented man. Amazing drummer and musician with a heart as good as gold. I guess him and Fletcher Moody are up jamming at the great gig in the sky. Blessed to have known him and wish I could have known him sooner.
Michael Wey
  • Jun 26 2019
R.I.P Brother. I know you are with the Lord now. You will missed. Prayers go out to you and yours. Love you man.
Leana Westbrooks
  • Jun 28 2019
Dear family and friends of Robert M.Brey, I'm so sorry for your loss and desire to share some consoling thoughts with everyone during this difficult time. It's my wish that God's delightful promises help you all, because he's going to bring death and all the heartache that it brings into our lives to an end forever. These marvelous promises are found in Isaiah 25:8, and there it tells us that these promises will become a reality. Moreover, those that have died have the precious hope of living again and your loved one is included, because the Bible according to Hosea 13:14 mentions these heartwarming promises. Yes,a beautiful future awaits you and your loved one. Truly it's my wish that these delightful promises give each of you the strength,inner peace, and consolation that is needed to help you to deal with this time of distress now and in the future days that are just ahead.
Chris hillen
  • Jun 29 2019
Good bye to my friend of over 40 years. We had a lot of laughs, a few tears thru the years. Road trips to the jersey shore, nags head, Florida and the snow covered mountains of Colorado. Always drumming to the songs on the radio as we went. Loved his sleep and weed and snacks. Loved his soda with no ice(you got less with ice). Raised by pickle puss, baileys, us, the army and events. Troll was an success, as I drove the roads of Texas I would often pass one of many super Walmart, churches, firehouses that he built with pride. I’m sure he is watching us from a couch in heaven, with our friends who passed before us, Todd, augie and many more. I’m sure there a bong on the table. I will see you again my friend. Fry
Bill Stammer
  • Jul 1 2019
Shelby, I am so sad to hear about Bob. You and your family are in my prayers. Bill Stammer
Brad Burks
  • Jul 1 2019
Robert had a good heart and was a friend. Shelby anything you need just let me know. I will remember all the good things that Robert brought to others and while we mourn his passing We know he is in no pain and in a better place. God Blessed Robert and brought him home.
  • Jul 3 2019
Troll, you'll be missed but not forgotten. To many stories for this space. When I had my uncle weld his cowbell, he was like a kid at Christmas morning that it worked again. What a guy, sooooo many good and wild stories! Twiddly.
Jodi Easley
  • Jul 26 2019
I am so sorry for the loss of Robert. He was a business associate, but I considered him a friend, too. We had worked on many jobs together and always enjoyed it. I will surely miss him as a person. I admired his strength to rise up and be better than what he had come from.