Alta, I offer my deepest sympathy to you and your parents and the rest of your family upon reading of your brother, Rusty's death. I mainly only met you and your mom from your family, but I remember Rusty from his time dancing at Miss Louise School of Dance.
I met Rusty when I started working for the VA in 2015. He was so welcoming to me and to everyone who started after I did. He made a lasting impression on me and so many others with his willingness to help and his kindness to all. My deepest condolences to his family and friends. He will be missed by so many.
Rusty was such a great guy and coworker. I never had to worry about a thing when he was working on the unit. We shared laughs and jokes often. You will be greatly missed. Sending love, hugs, and healing prayers to Erin, your son, and all your family. Rest peacefully my friend.
Rusty and I started our journey at the VA hospital in 2013 he was was an awesome coworker and made everyday a great experience I will miss you my friend. My condolences and prayers go out to Erin Carson and the whole Bromwell family
Rusty we shared some great times in high school. I'll never forget you dancing on stage with us for the Miss Louise dance recital and the swim parties on Myron's Mountain.. It was nice reconnecting and seeing you at the VA over the past few years. Condolences to the family.
I really enjoyed working with Rusty, and later having him as an employee. Rusty genuinely cared about his fellow Veterans and the mission we have at the VA. He was easy to talk to and a true empath. He will be greatly missed.
When I first started at the VA, Rusty was the first person to take me under his wing and show me the ropes. His care and compassion for the veterans and our job was exceptional! My wife and I still use the wedding gift we received. RIP Brother, til Valhalla...