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In Memory of

Edward Fulton Brylawski

July 29, 1925 - August 5, 2017

Obituary


BRYLAWSKI, Edward Fulton (Bud)

At 1:35 in the morning on Saturday, August 5th in Palm Beach Gardens at the age of 92 Bud Brylawski completed his long, fun-filled and illustrious adventure in this life. We will miss his winning smile, colorful stories, interest in others and delight in each and every day. Bud was born July 29th 1925 in Washington D.C. to Fulton Brylawski and Celeste Weil, and had an older sister Helen all of whom predeceased him. A native of Washington D.C. for over 50 years and Palm Beach County for the...

BRYLAWSKI, Edward Fulton (Bud)

At 1:35 in the morning on Saturday, August 5th in Palm Beach Gardens at the age of 92 Bud Brylawski completed his long, fun-filled and illustrious adventure in this life. We will miss his winning smile, colorful stories, interest in others and delight in each and every day. Bud was born July 29th 1925 in Washington D.C. to Fulton Brylawski and Celeste Weil, and had an older sister Helen all of whom predeceased him. A native of Washington D.C. for over 50 years and Palm Beach County for the last 40 years, Bud was an internationally recognized copyright attorney noted for his work in the motion picture industry, a real estate investor-developer and an accomplished golfer. He graduated from St. Albans School in Washington D.C. and received a BS in Engineering from MIT, MBA from Harvard, and JD from Yale. He is survived by his beloved wife of 20 years Barbara Dana Brylawski; his three children with Laura Brylawski-Miller: Debra Brylawski McMahon, Brandon Brylawski, and Brett Brylawski Wernick; his sons-in-law: Neil McMahon, Steve Wernick and Frank Danna, daughter-in-law Courtney Danna; grandchildren Alexa McMahon Poteet, Morgan McMahon, Seth Wernick, Kara Wernick, Ari Wernick, Ilaria Wernick, Francesca Danna and Derek Lee; and great grandsons Calvin, Carter, Crew, and Camble. An Irish Wake and viewing will be held in Jupiter Florida at Aycock-Riverside,1112 Military Trail on Tuesday August 8th from 2:00 to 4:00 PM The family will receive visitors at home following the wake. Memorial services will also be held in Washington, D.C on September 10th. All friends are welcome to come and help us celebrate Bud's illustrious and adventurous life. In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate a story about or told by Bud for a memory book.. For online condolences please visit dignitymemorial.com