Brian Morton Obituary: Celebration of Life July 12th at Molloy’s

South San Francisco, Ca   June 29, 2019

A Celebration of Life in memory of Brian Morton will be held July 12th at Molloy’s


Brian J. Morton, age 51, formerly of South San Francisco, passed away April 5, 2019 in San Antonio, Texas where he and his wife lived and raised their family for the past 23 years. He was born in Daly City and raised in the South San Francisco neighborhood of Westborough. He graduated from South San Francisco High School in 1985 and there is where he developed a hobby for building and driving fast cars and riding loud motorcycles. This hobby paved a path for a respectable career in the automotive industry where he developed a deeper understanding in the art of trial and error; a formidable belief to preserve but would transcend into a deeper understanding of life.


He had a deep and honest manner of reaching people. First impressions meant everything and no boundaries 100% of the time.  For Brian, being happy meant believing in family first, quality over quantity, being kind, and striving for more rpms (not necessarily in that order). He continuously lived life to the best of his ability.


Brian was preceded in death by his parents, Jim and Joyce Morton. He is survived by his wife, Cynthia; his brother, Jeffrey Morton; his children: Kyle (Hazel, Silas), Victoria, Cassidy (Chris Rabago) and Nathan and his nephews, Zachary and Max Morton. He was a devoted husband, father, brother, grandfather, uncle, cousin and friend. He will truly be missed.


Before passing, Brian longed to re-introduce his Morton Tribe to his beautiful California family and friends but health prevented him from doing so.  In honor of his final wishes, The Morton Tribe are returning to The Bay Area and inviting those whose lives Brian touched to a Celebration of Life. Help them bid their final farewell to an exceptional man they knew as their “Fasha.”


July 12th, 7pm, Molloy’s Tavern (1655 Mission Rd #6, Colma, CA 94014).


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Gonzalo Fernanbdez
Gonzalo Fernanbdez
2 years ago

Brian and l shared many good times and many more laughs. I wish his family peace as his physical being no longer accompanies us.

Linda bischof
Linda bischof
2 years ago

Brian was one of my sister Jamie’s good friends from junior high and on. He was an awesome human being. He will be missed

Sue Gutierrez Gomez
Sue Gutierrez Gomez
3 years ago

Didn’t know Brian, but anyone from South City is family.♥️ So sorry to hear. Condolences to the family.