Brian Albert Cornelius Bonnick was born on January 14th, 2000, at the St. John’s Queens hospital in New York. He weighed 8lbs/3ozs and 21.5 inches. He was born to the proud parents of Bernard & Wendy Bonnick and was dedicated to the Lord at the Linden SDA church in Queens, New York at three months old.
Brian was and still is a gift sent from God. His parents relocated to Georgia where he attended Norton Elementary in Snellville after which, he migrated to the Middle East where he lived and attended school. He was proficient in Arabic. Brian was always an A student, he strived for excellence. From Kuwait they returned to the United States and he attended South Gwinnett High School where he graduated and attended the Southern Adventist College and Georgia Military College. Brian was a dutiful young man and he answered God’s calling at the age of six and was baptized at the Emmanuel SDA Church in Lithonia, Georgia. At that tender age, Brian was always eager and ready to participate in church, and he preached his first sermon at age nine at the Kuwait SDA church and two other sermons for youth day at the Hope SDA church in Snellville, Georgia. He enjoyed reading and studying God’s word and was successful in reading all 66 books of the bible.
Brian was very inspirational and has touched many lives which span across the seven continents. Not only did he answer God’s calling, he also answered his country’s call to serve by enlisting in the United States Army. Brian was a young entrepreneur, Founder and CEO of BACBCO clothing line and President of BACBO consulting company. He was also employed by Philips Health, where worked as a resource planner. He was determined to be successful.
Brian was loved and admired by many. He touched many lives, He was loving, kind, respectful, and a friend to many. Before Brian took his last breath, he confessed his sins, asked for rebaptism, and asked God’s forgiveness for all his trespasses.
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