Army Sergeant First Class Brian Scott Mancini of Phoenix, Arizona, beloved son, brother, uncle, hero and friend.
Brian was a medically retired Sergeant First Class, Combat Wounded Veteran who served as a Combat Medic with two tours in Baghdad, Iraq. He served over 12 years of Military Service in the United States Army. He was the recipient of two Purple Hearts, the Combat Action Badge, Combat Medical Badge, Air Assault Badge and Flight Medic Badge. He was medically retried in April of 2011 and returned to work in the community where he was born. Brian was a proud Phoenix native and enjoyed volunteering and advocating for healthier Veterans care options and transitional needs, and was the founder of the Honor House. The Honor House’s mission is to provide a complete transitional package that utilizes resources from the community to meet therapeutic and transitional needs of our Veterans affected by combat. He enjoyed spending time with his family, friends and Fly Fishing. Brian Is Survived by his mother, Jackie Williams and stepfather, John Williams, father, Bill Mancini, brother Michael (Isabel) Mancini, sister, Nichole Mancini, nephew Alex, nieces, Patricia and Brianne, companion service dog Romeo,extended family, friends and the numerous amounts people he has touched.
SFC Brian Scott Mancini lost his battle with PTS on March 6, 2017. He was 38 years old.
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