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William “Brian” Rambin

  • On October 12, 2020

William Brian Rambin, age 37 of Upper St. Clair, PA, passed away peacefully on Friday, October 9, 2020. He was born December 13, 1982 in Williamsburg, VA and is the beloved husband of Sarah Rambin; cherished son of Phyllis Rambin and the late Scott Rambin; brother of Lee Rambin; nephew of Michael (Christine) Murphy and Danny (Karen) Murphy; cousin of Ryan (Melissa) Murphy and Brendan Murphy.

Brian received his bachelor’s degree from Arkansas State University, law degree from the University of Pittsburgh and practiced with the firm of Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote. He was an avid Boston Bruins fan, aspiring chef, a whiskey and music lover known for his quick wit and loving, courageous spirit.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, the Humane Society of Southeast Missouri, and the Glioblastoma Foundation.

Private arrangements were entrusted to Pittsburgh Cremation & Funeral Care, McMurray, PA. Please view and sign the family’s online guestbook at www.PittsburghCremation.com.

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Michael Murphy
  • Oct 12 2020
We love and miss you very much. We always enjoyed our time together. Chris and Mike Murphy
Lee Rambin
  • Oct 12 2020
I have no words other than I will always love you, you will always be my little big brother
Bill and Joy Dress
  • Oct 12 2020
Our deepest sympathies to all of the family. You are all in our thoughts and our prayers.
The McGee Family
  • Oct 12 2020
Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. We are sorry for your loss. Todd, Christie, Grace, Mackenzie, and Andrew McGee
  • Oct 13 2020
May peace and comfort find you during this difficult time.
Elaine Wiemeyer
  • Oct 13 2020
Dear Sarah, We were so very sad and sorry to hear of Brian’s passing! He was a wonderful guy and I know you two were very happy together. I have heard what a loving and devoted wife you were, especially during his illness. Hopefully you can take some consolation from that. We are thinking of you and praying for you too. Much love, Elaine and Peter Wiemeyer
Nick and Melanie Schafer
  • Oct 13 2020
Sarah: Thinking of you and your family at this time. We remember Brian's warmth, wit and compassion. You are in our thoughts--we are so very sorry for your loss.
Robyn Bonivich
  • Oct 13 2020
Sarah, thinking of you during this difficult time and I hope you are surrounded by love and family during g this very difficult time. You and Brian were my best friends during some very formative pop years in my life and the value your friendship brought me will never be forgotten. Brian, you will be missed dearly!
Mary Ellen Voelker-Brown
  • Oct 16 2020
Sarah So sorry for your loss of your husband Brian. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Mary Ellen Voelker-Brown
Dan Richey
  • Oct 16 2020
There's nothing I can write that would do justice enough to Brian or his story to even feel like there's a point in writing it. He'd understand that, I think. He was one of the best friends I've ever had. I knew him to be intellectually curious, incisive and hilarious. He had a huge heart. He wanted a good life for himself and had the will to do what it took to build one, and he succeeded. I respected him deeply for all of these things and for who he was as a person overall; I don't know if I ever told him that in as many words, but I probably should have. I hope he knew it anyway. I'll miss him. My heart goes out to Sarah, Phyllis and the rest of his family. Liz, Sarah, Lilah and I will be thinking about you.