William Brian Sorrells, age 51, of Loganville, GA passed away on Friday, July 6, 2018. He was born in Covington, GA to Billy Charles and Peggy (Mills) Sorrells. He is preceded in death by his brother, Joey Sorrells. He is survived by his loving wife, Donna (Sims) Sorrells; daughter, Ashly Sorrells; son, Austen Sorrells; brothers, Bruce Sorrells and Barry Sorrells. A memorial service will be held at 2:00 P.M. on Wednesday, July 11, 2018 at Church at the Grove, 200 Village Circle, Social Circle, GA 30025 with Pat Hardin and Nathan Boyd officiating. All arrangements are being handled by Wages and Sons Funeral Homes and Crematories, 1031 Lawrenceville Hwy., Lawrenceville, GA 30046. 770-277-4550. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in memory of William to the Church at the Grove, 200 Village Circle, Social Circle, GA 30025. Online condolences can be expressed at www.wagesandsons.com

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  1. Brian was a dear friend and a part of our Southeastern Family. I got to know Brian when I started in 1991. He taught me to drive and was a great friend who was willing to help however he could. He will be remembered and missed greatly everyday. Rest In Peace!

  2. Will miss you my ole bulldog. Always barking at me in the morning and making me laugh! We all here will truly miss you brother.

  3. Brian will surely be missed. one of my friends that I have known the longest at our southeastern family. Always a positive and happy man. kept me laughing over all the years. Heaven gained a special angel with you.

  4. I had the pleasure of knowing Brian since 1988 when he came to SEFL. Always a positive, funny , talented man that would help anyone at any given time. He will be missed by all that have had the pleasure of spending any time with Brian. Rest In Peace buddy.

  5. I’ve known and worked with Brian for 26 yrs. not only was Brian a coworker but a friend and most of all part of the SEFL family. Brian always made us laugh at break time. I would ask Brian in the mornings what’s that coming up over them pine trees (his sunrise pictures). Brian and I also had another saying it’s time to unload the dishwasher which means it’s time to start breaking down the twins. Brian will be greatly missed and things will not be the same. RIP

  6. Got to know Brian in late 1992, really became even closer through the years when I switched to inbound. Great worker, and could cheer you up if having a bad day. Gonna miss you buddy, a true DAWG fan throughout!! Rest In Peace Brian….

  7. May God’s favor be with your family during their loss. Will miss your contagious laugh and the beautiful pictures of all the sunrises you shared with us all. You will be missed my buddy.

  8. I will truly miss seeing Brian. We have been co workers for 25 years and developed a great friendship.
    His laugh was contagious and up lifting. The I/B Family has lost a great Brother. Lifting up the Family in prayer.

  9. Our prayers and loving support to the whole Sorrells family from your extended Fernandina family. We spent some very nice times together. We have lost so many and too soon. Hold on to the memories.

  10. So very sorry to hear about Brian. Holley and I both were heartbroken when we heard.
    We’ll miss you Brian. RIP!

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