William Brian Flood

May 6, 1978 - July 19, 2022

05/06/1978 - 07/19/2022

Past Services

Monday July 25, 2022
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Red Church
315 South Rosemont
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452
Funeral Service
Monday July 25, 2022
11:00 am
Red Church
315 South Rosemont
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452
Monday July 25, 2022
12:30 pm
Colonial Grove Memorial Park
3445 Princess Anne Road
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23456
757-427-6950 | Directions
William Brian Flood went to be with the Lord on July 19, 2022. Brian was born in Edison, New Jersey to William Flood and Peggy Munley on May 6, 1978.
Brian was an avid outdoor enthusiast. He loved running, hiking, biking, and playing basketball. He participated in numerous races and competitions including the New York City and Chicago Marathons. Brian loved the Lord. He was an active member of Red Church for many years.
Brian is preceded in death by his father William Flood.
Left to cherish his loving memory is his mother Peggy; siblings Sue Munley and Sean Flood; his beloved nieces and nephew, Shannon, Kelly, Heather, Kailynn, Alex, and Serenity; and many aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Brian was loved by many and will be deeply missed.
In lieu of flowers, the family has asked for donations to be made to Team Hoyt VB. This is an organization that was near and dear to Brian. They help foster athletic inclusion for all. Donations may be made by going to www.tmcfunding.com or by clicking “HERE”  

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Dan & Cay Warren
3 months ago

My husband and I have known Brian for close to 25 years. We just learned of his passing today and want his family, and especially Sean know how deeply sorry we are and share in your grief. We have many many memories from Chimney Hill that we will hold close in our hearts and I’m so proud of the adventurous, goal driven man he became.

Much love,
Dan & Cay Warren

Sarah Chace
6 months ago

My heartfelt condolences to the family.

Kimberly Agbe-Davies
6 months ago

I wish to extend my condolences and deepest sympathy to Brian’s family and close friends. Brian was a nice person and was always helpful at work. This was a very nice service and it is great to see how much of an impact Brian made in people’s lives and how much he was loved. May he rest in peace.

Yvette LaChute
6 months ago


Thank you for being such a great friend over the years. You will definitely be missed and never forgotten my dear friend.

To the Munley and Flood families – my prayers are with all of you during this time.

Brian was such a kind, genuine, wonderful person with a passion for life, the Lord, and running who will be missed by many.

Tara Coccetti Black
6 months ago

Peggy, Susan and Sean, I will never forget Brian’s quiet, sweet personality. His service was beautiful. May God Bless you and may your memories of Brian comfort you.

James Flood
6 months ago

Sean, Peggy and Sue I wish to extend my deepest sympathy on Brian’s death. Unfortunately Nora and myself didn’t get the opportunity to meet Brian when we visited in 2009 and I had intended to go back to the U.S. to visit and hopefully meet Brian.

May Brian Rest in Peace.

James Flood, Ireland

Jennifer Munley
6 months ago

What a beautiful honoring service to the Lord and for Brian! We love you all so much. Aunt Peggy, our hearts break for you and we pray and trust the Lord to hold and comfort you in this time of loss. We are thankful for Brian’s life and for the memories. We look forward to all meeting again in eternity free of all the pain and suffering!
Love and prayers, Jennifer Munley

Valerie Gray
6 months ago

RIP Brian. You were a great person. I truly enjoyed working with you at Field Services in Norfolk. May God bless your family and friends.

Dennis Grillo
6 months ago

RIP Brian. You were an inspiration to many. This is a picture of us 9 years ago donating some computers with A the TCC Computer Club. I send my prayers to his family and friends.

Barbara Watson
6 months ago

My dear Peggy, so very sorry for your loss. I know you will lean on the Lord’s comfort and love always to help you through this time.
Barbara Watson (FWIC)