Brian Long Obituary, Man, 51, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Ambassador Has Died

Brian Long Obituary, Death- Brian Christopher Long, age 51, of Boston and Provincetown, passed away on June 14 at Massachusetts General Hospital after a courageous battle against cystic fibrosis throughout his whole life. He was a resident of Boston and Provincetown. The Massachusetts General Hospital provided him with medical care.

The therapy that Brian required was provided to him at the Massachusetts General Hospital. Since he was a small boy, Brian has worked tirelessly for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, serving as a well-respected ambassador for the organization in both the Massachusetts and the Rhode Island chapters of the organization respectively. The state of Massachusetts is home to both of the chapters that make up this book. Because of his efforts, the organization has been successful in raising a number of millions of dollars, which will be used toward assisting with the funding of research and therapy for a hereditary disorder that affects both the respiratory and digestive systems.

In Tewksbury, Brian was raised by his mother, Pierrette Long, his father, Robert “Bob” Long, and by Brian’s stepmother, Muriel Long, who was a very loving woman. All three of Brian’s parents resided in Tewksbury. At the same time, each of Brian’s three parents called Tewksbury their place of residence. There, Brian’s biological parents and his stepfather established their household. Additionally residing there was Brian’s stepfather. He is Ed Feijo’s loving husband, and together the two of them have made Boston their place of abode at the present time.

He is the cherished brother of Bobby, who resides in Bridgewater; his sisters Whitney Long Jenness and Pamela Axford, who both reside in Marshfield with their respective spouses, Cole Jenness and Russell Axford; and his sister Pamela Axford, who is in Plymouth with her respective husband, Russell Axford. In addition to this, he is the brother of Pamela Axford, who is married to another Axford and resides in Plymouth with her husband, Russell Axford. In addition, he is survived by a substantial number of loving relatives on both sides of the family, such as aunts, uncles, cousins, and nieces and nephews on both sides of the family. He was a dedicated uncle and aunt, and he had many nieces and nephews on both sides of the family.