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Brian M. Gaydos Sr.
Gaydos Sr. – Brian M., 32, Sidman, went to be with the Lord on July 3, 2021. Born on September 21, 1988 in Johnstown, son of Richard H. Jr. and Tina M. (Faust) Gaydos, Sidman. Preceded in death by maternal grandfather, David Faust; paternal grandparents, Richard Sr. and Rosalind Gaydos, and aunt, Wanda Yachulick. In addition to his parents, he is survived by his loving son, Brian M. Jr.; grandmother, Beatrice M. Faust, Johnstown; siblings, Jesse L. (Roxy) Gaydos, East Conemaugh, Wendy M. (Earl Sr.) Munoz, Sidman, Scott B. Gaydos, Sidman, and Tammy L. and her fiancé, Tony Blazak, Beaver Falls, PA and many aunts, uncles and nieces and nephews. Brian was a 2006 graduate of Johnstown High School. He later graduated from PTI, where he earned a degree in Hospitality Management. Brian was employed as a laborer in the construction field. He was a member of Greater Johnstown Christian Fellowship. Brian enjoyed working on cars, riding motorcycles and quads, but mostly loved spending time with his son, Brian Jr. At Brian’s request, there will be no public viewing or service. The family is being served by the Harris Funeral Home, 500 Cherry Lane, Richland. Private inurnment will be held at the convenience of the family. Contributions be directed to his family in C/O Brian Gaydos Jr., in memory of Brian. Online condolences may be posted to www.wharrisfuneralhome.com. Cremation by Laurel Highlands Crematory at Harris Funeral Home.
Brian Gaydos something about you coming back into my life for a week after 18 years and you being gone the day after we meet up will never sit right with me I'll forever miss you!! You hold such a huge piece of my heart for always, my first love Shardawn Lantzy
Shardawn Lantzy Jul 7 2021 12:00 AM
Rick so sorry on yr lose. I know how hard it is. I lost my youngest almost 5 yes. He was 34. If I can do anything let me know. I'm here for u
. So sorry pal. Take care.
Linda Sheeler Jul 7 2021 12:00 AM
The little brother of my best friend, who quickly became my little brother too. No matter what happened, or where life took us, or how much time passed, the 3 of us ALWAYS found our way back to each other. Very rarely do you create bonds when you're young that can withstand the test of time, but we did. I'll miss the random phone calls and text messages, always beginning with "hey sis" and always ending with "love you sis". But most of all, I'm going to miss your smile. The smile when you were happy to see me, the smile that radiated over the phone, and even the smile that showed up when you were up to no good. I hope you knew just how much your smile could light up an entire room. This one HURTS. I love you little brother.
Jessy Shroyer Jul 5 2021 12:00 AM
So sorry for your loss. I'll never forget "the last big meal/party at aunt Bea n Uncle Dave's, my mom was in a Walker n Jesse n Brian ran up to the van to help her. May God give you strength when you need it most. Prayers to you all. If you need me or anything I'm a phone call away. Love ,Carrots n Gordon
Karen Louchart Jul 5 2021 12:00 AM