In loving memory of

Brian Loo

passed away on 04 November 2019

Age: 50 years Passed away in Singapore on the 4th November 2019. Life to Brian was an awfully BIG adventure. Brian was a gift to ALL those who journeyed with him. Loving husband to Anne Boyle and cherished father to Sarah and Michael Loo. Mother: Loo Yiu Tai Father: Loo Wai Shing (deceased) Siblings & Spouses: Jennifer Loo & Kevin Sew Hoy - HK Kevin Lo & Anna Lee - HK Stanley Loo & Pik Wah Ong - NZ Anna Maitland & Michael Maitland - NZ Roger Loo & John Archambeault - UK Alan Loo & Yin-Lu Yen - NZ Sister & Brothers-in-law: Allan Boyle - NZ John Boyle - NZ Catherine Boyle - NZ Nieces & Nephews: Michael, Lauren, Alexandra and Julia Boyle, Joshua and Wesley Sew Hoy, Matthew & Michelle Lo, Anthony, Stephanie & Riley Loo, Campbell and Tyler Maitland.

Funeral and Cremation Details

Funeral and cremation will be in Auckland, New Zealand.

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— team
My deepest condolences on your loss.

— Tee Chia
I am privileged to have known and worked with Brian. My heart is with Brian’s family and friends during this very difficult time. You are all in my prayers.

— Teresa Sinel
Dear All, I had the pleasure of working for Brian for 2 years and he was a pleasure to work for. I didn’t realize how truly gifted he was until a one to one meeting with him when traveling back from Vietnam and he explained to me his history with aspire lifestyles and his vision - he was the perfect mix of an optimist and a force. He believed in me and I will be forever grateful. And while I write this with a tear in my eye and a very heavy heart I would like you all to consider believing in Dr Seuss - Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened. Rest in Paradise Brian

— Heather Taylor-reid
Sorry to hear the sad news of Brian's passing. Brian has been a friendly and cheerful personality to have around. My thoughts and condolences go out to Brian's family & loved ones over this difficult period. Rest in peace Brian. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.

— Andrew Wee
I am privileged to know and work for Brian. He had coached and mentored me in my career and I am truly grateful. He has always been friendly and kind. I shall miss him dearly.

— Julie Kong
My deepest condolences to Anne, Sarah & Michael. Brian has a good sense of humor at work and rarely lose his cool even when things are tough... I travelled n worked with him in Japan and will remember him fondly.

— Lisa Tan
Deepest condolences to Anne, Sarah, Michael and family at this sad time. I remember him fondly for his wisdom and guidance over the years. He will be sadly missed. May he now be at peace.

— Peter Cheong
Dear Anne, Sarah and Michael. I was very sad to hear the news of Brians passing and my heartfelt condolences are with you. I will be always grateful for the belief that Brian had in all of us and through hard work, drive and determination he built a global business that continues to perform. I will always be grateful for the support and guidance provided by Brian over the last 10 years, and will miss his counsel and more importantly his smile and kind nature.

— Duncan
Deepest condolences to Anne, Sarah and Michael for your lost. Brian has been an amazing colleague and will always be remembered.

— Sharan Haridas
Please accept my warmest condolences on your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

— Lilian Teo
I am grateful and blessed to be able to work under Brian. His belief in my capability and appreciation in my work gives me confidence. This encouragement is so important for someone who had just started her career. I will miss him dearly.

— Xiaoying
I had a greatest honor to have your trust and favorable consideration many times during my way back to my career path with Aspire. You were always so nice and caring, not just to me but to all staff and people around you. I wont forget your always calm and soft voice in all circumstances with attentive and humble guidance and consultation. I keep asking myself how come such a big leader could be that humble and nice. You're always the greatest sample of leadership that I wish to follow. All small details but cut deep in my heart for the times I met and discussed with you in Vietnam, Shanghai, Singapore and KL. You were like a father to me, not the biggest boss of Aspire that was talking to me. It was a sad day to me yesterday to get this shocking news.... I dont want to believe it as I was expecting to see you soon .... I wish you would rest in peace in heaven where you belong to. My deepest sympathies.

— My Anh Trinh
Please accept our deepest condolences from all the Russian team. We are all grateful to work with Brian, who was personally interviewing me almost four years ago. So sorry for your loss.

— Elena Filipchenkova
Deeply saddened to hear if Brian's passing. Anne. Michael and Sarah our thoughts are with you and heartfelt condolences. A truly great nan, infectious laughter and always inspiring. Tom, Rosie, Carrick, Elodie & Ava Soohia

— Tom Donnelly
I reported to Brian for a period of approximately four years - we worked together closely through several large, complex global deals. When you work that closely with someone for that period you get to know them a bit, and you share a lot of time with them on the road. My favorite memories of my time with Brian seem to revolve around business travel and restaurants. Whether it was in Tokyo, New York, Dallas, Miami, London, or Singapore, we would take a walk after a hard day’s work, find an interesting place, and sit down for a meal. We spent a lot of time over those meals discussing business priorities and the future of our business line, but I also recall a lot of humor and laughter in those discussions. Those memories – both the business side and the lighter side - are part of what made my job from 2013 – 2017 so much fun. It is a tragedy Brian was taken from us so soon - my thoughts and deepest condolences to the family.

— Mark Robeson
My deepest condolences to Brian’s family. I had the pleasure of knowing and working with him. I found him to be a bundle of energy and forever passionate about success. I am deeply saddened at the untimely loss and will miss him. RIP Brian.

— Ramesh Munamarty
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