Brian M. O'Malley of Milton passed peacefully on November 11 at the age of 50. Cherished son of Christine (Plant) O'Malley and the late William O'Malley. Devoted father of Adam O'Malley of Milton. Brother of the late Kevin O'Malley and Uncle of Dylan O'Malley of Charlestown. Loving Nephew of Daniel Plant and his wife Cheryl of Hanover, James Plant of Stoughton, Kathleen Orpen and her husband Jack of Hanson, and Edward Plant and his companion Yvonne of Stoughton. He is also survived by many other relatives and friends.
Brian had a heart of gold. Though he towered over his loved ones, he was just a gentle giant. He had an unbreakable connection with his son, Adam. Their bond only grew with time. Brian adored his mother, a.k.a. mom. His priority was always her well-being. He never held back, his so-called “advice”.
Brian had loving relationships with all his aunts and uncles, but uncle Ed was his confidant and role model. Although Ed was his uncle, Brian would always told people he loved him like his own brother.
Brian was a very hard worker. He spent six days a week working 2 to 3 jobs. Although always hard at work, his quirky sense of humor was never lost. He would always be singing and making funny dance moves so that he could send to his friends and family. Brian had an amazing fondness for animals. He would never hurt an insect that was in the house, he would simply carry and release it outside. He was so good with not only his past pets, but any pet whom he came in contact.
Visiting hours at The Alfred D. Thomas Funeral Home 326 Granite Ave Milton Thursday Morning from 9-10:30am. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St Agatha's Church Milton at 11am, Interment at Milton Cemetery relatives and friends invited. Please in lieu of flowers all donations in Brian's memory can be made to the Milton Animal Rescue League