Brian Oldham

Obituary of Brian Edward Oldham

Brian Edward Oldham, age 57, a longtime resident of the Phoenix area,

passed away on Thursday, March 21, 2024. He moved to Phoenix in 1976

and attended Bourgade Catholic High School where he played football and

enjoyed wrestling, times he cherished. Throughout life he enjoyed a good

game of golf with his dad and brothers. Brian was a loving father and

grandfather, always putting them before himself. He had a love for

Rottweilers (Tonka, Belle and Piddles). He was unmatched in his

selflessness and never hesitated to help others.


He joined the US Air Force after graduation from high school and spent the

next 20 years as a Survival Instructor. Brian traveled to every part of the

world instructing US military and foreign allies on survival skills and

techniques. Brian served in combat in Bosnia, Iraq and Afghanistan

specializing in personnel recovery and special operations.


Brian retired from the military in 2005 and moved his family from England

to Peoria, Arizona. He worked for R&G Medical Legal Solutions from 2006

to 2015. He purchased this business from his mother, the founder of R&G,

in 2015 to present. He was a successful CEO of this veteran and family-

owned company providing litigation support for many pharmaceutical

companies, corporations, and hospitals nationwide.


Brian was born to Anthony and Rosie Oldham on October 19, 1966. He

passed away unexpectedly with his family and friends at his side. He is

survived by his parents, Anthony "Tony" and Rosie Knight Oldham, as

well as his brothers (Kevin Oldham-deceased), $teven and Kenneth

Oldham. Brian has five children and five grandchildren. Anthony Cole

Oldham, Alexys Young (Mother-Kim Davenport), Jacob Lancaster, Grace

Lancaster and Molly Lancaster, (Mother-Fiona Lancaster-

Oldham). Grandchildren: Jude Young, Dove Young, Brealynn Lancaster,

Alyssa Lancaster and William Lancaster. The honorary pallbearers for a

closed family service were: Ken Oldham, Steve Oldham, Dustin Oldham,

Valorie Ortega, Dennis Ortega, Cole Davenport, Michael Henley and David Walker.



Moment of Silence


The Moment of Silence honors those who give the gift of life

while remembering their families. It is our Hope that reflecting

on one very generous life will lead to deeper reflection and even

greater generosity, ultimately transforming us and our

world. This moment serves to remind all of us on the care and

recovery teams of our role in passing on the heroic gift of life

from one human being to another.


We now take a moment together as we face our shared efforts

and mutual hope of saving lives and healing others. We extend

respect to the donor, the donor's family, the recipients and their

families. We gather to honor Brian Oldham and the gift of life to

be shared.


The family of Brian Oldham offered these thoughts by which we

understand who shared the gift of life today and the meaning of

donation for this family.


Luke Air Force Base Honor Guard Presentation of the Colors

National Anthem - Becky Babb

Taps Jaclynn White

Officiant Robert Wall

Amazing Grace - Becky Babb

Rosie Oldham - Mother

Lt, Col Cole Davenport -Brother-in-law/Friend

Eulogy - TSgt Anthony C. Oldham- Son



Memorial donations can be made to

Bourgade Catholic High School in Phoenix, AZ - 602-973-4000 -

Soldier's Best Friend - Service Dogs for Veterans in Peoria, AZ - 623-218-6486



Celebration of Life

4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Sunday, April 7, 2024
The Lakes Recreation Ball Room
19251 N Westbrook Pkwy
Peoria, Arizona, United States
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