Brian Edwin McLaurin

Brian E. McLaurin, 56, of Greer, husband of Cherie Andrews McLaurin, passed away on Thursday, June 2, 2022.

Born in Greenville, he was a son of the late Charles Fulton & Judy Turner McLaurin.

In addition to his wife, Cherie, he is survived by his sons, Brendan Caley McLaurin (Randi), Garrett Charles McLaurin and Ty Lynn; a grandson, Liam Sawyer McLaurin; a brother, Robert ‘Bob’ Earl McLaurin; and a sister, Tanya Lynn Edwards (Todd).

The family will receive friends on Monday, June 6, 2022 from 5:00 – 7:00 pm at Cannon – Byrd Funeral Home in Fountain Inn.

A Funeral Service will be held on Tuesday, June 7, 2022 at 10:00 am in the Cannon – Byrd Funeral Home Chapel. Interment will follow in Cannon – Byrd Memorial Park.

Condolences to the family of Brian Edwin McLaurin

  • Brenda Hudson
    2 years ago

    Brian will be missed, he was such a special person. My prayers are with your family. Praying for God’s love to give you comfort and peace throughout the days ahead.
    With deepest sympathy and love,
    Brenda Hudson

  • Brian was a special person who sprinkled his laughter on so many. He was a big part of our family while growing up and our early adult lives. He will be missed. Prayers to you Cherie and your sons as you navigate through this unexpected time.
    – Tina Honeycutt

  • Mia Wharton
    2 years ago

    My condolences to the family,he was my classmate 1984 Hillcrest High School

    • Carmen Melton
      2 years ago

      Brian and Bob were friends of mine from Westwood in Simpsonville, SC. We went to school together starting at Morton Elementary (which no longer exists) up to Hillcrest High school. My deepest condolences to the family.

      • Cam Ramsey
        2 years ago

        One of the nicest, funniest friends I’ve ever known.
        Went all through school with him and Bob. I used to go over and spend the night with them as a kid.
        This really tore at my heart when I heard about it. I am and will be praying for your family at this time. God blessed Brian in many ways and I know that he will be missed here but he will be welcomed there✝️

  • Stephanie Urso
    2 years ago

    So many great high school memories of Brian. He was so much fun to be around. Sending my condolences and prayers for the Mclaurin family.

  • Alicia Trout
    2 years ago

    My heart breaks as I read the news this morning about Brian. My condolences to the family. Sending love and hugs 🙏❤️ Praying 😢😇

  • Caroline Gray Mcdaniel
    2 years ago

    Praying for the family! I’ve known the twins since 1st grade and we graduated together class of 1984! Brian will be missed, he was such a nice guy.

  • Sonya Norris
    2 years ago

    He will definitely be missed. Fun times were had at HHS…

    Condolences to the family!!

  • Michael Toth
    2 years ago

    For the past 24 years, I could not have asked for a better best friend or coworker than I had in Brian! The world has lost one of the most talented, compassionate and hard-working nurses I have ever had the pleasure to work alongside. I will forever treasure the belly laughs, the long talks, the camaraderie he and I shared! I was always amazed at what a way Brian had with people- he would break upon them like sunshine after a cloudy rainy day, unbelievable how fast he could make them smile and laugh! He’s truly going to leave a huge rip in the fabric of our lives that will slowly close but never fully mend. That’s how much he touched the people in his life. I miss you SO very much dog!
    Sending positive thoughts and praying so hard for Cherie, Brendan and Garrett.

  • Paul Titus
    2 years ago

    I grew up with Brian and Bob, living just down the street from them. Though not always close to them, both Brian and Bob flow thru my early memories from Morton and up to graduation from Hillcrest.

    We were all children of the MTV generation and 80s excesses. We survived those times into our adulthood in various ways.

    Brian will continue to shine in the memories of those he touched throughout his life, and the sons he left to continue his lineage. May his memory grow in the hearts of his friends and family.

  • Matthew Bullard
    2 years ago

    McLaurin Family,
    I am so sorry for the passing of Brian. Garrett and Ty are both like my boys and I try to watch over them even though I’m 2 hrs away now. I pray that you find comfort in each other in the coming days, weeks, months, and even years.
    Y’all are a great family! Keep strong!

  • Ray Brown
    2 years ago

    I just met Mrs. McLaurin for the first time today, I was touched at our meeting., We shared some moments, that will be ever lasting for me. I send my most heartfelt sympathy to each member of the McLaurin family May God make smooth the path before you in the trying days ahead. Ray Brown, Cannon Byrd Funeral Home

  • Ray and Darlene Sawitski
    2 years ago

    Through this difficult and heartbreaking journey, Ray and I are holding you in our prayers and thoughts! We seen Braine without a smile on his handsome face! Cherie, I seen the way Brian looked at you many years ago and I am sure he still looked at you the same! Just more love, respect and making sure you knew it. We are thinking of all of you! We love you all!

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