Obituary of Brian Trizinski
Dearest Family and Friends,
As we sit here, wipe our tears and try to find the words, our hearts continue to break. There are no words for what we are enduring right now. The hope is to provide comfort through memories so let’s celebrate the beautiful 46 years of life, love and happiness that Brian provided us with.
Brian was born on June 9, 1975 to Joseph and Jane Trizinski and had a wonderful childhood, growing up in Lincoln Park, NJ with his older brother Craig. As a teenager, Brian enjoyed playing soccer and boy was he competitive. Brian also enjoyed hunting with his father and best friend, Dave. Brian graduated from Boonton High School in 1993
Craig had children first, so Brian spent many years spoiling his nieces, Cora and Maddison whom he loved dearly.
Brian worked as a Super for Coordinated Metals and was a member of the Local 580, Iron Workers Union for over 20 years. Brian worked on some of the biggest projects in NYC, from Grand Central Station, to Top of the Rock and most recently Hudson Yards.
Brian and Stephanie met in 1996 and married on May 12, 2000. Brian knew that by getting married in the year 2000, he would always be able to do the math and never forget how many years we were married. We started our family with two dogs, Sam & Nikko in Bloomingdale, NJ and moved to Towaco in 2003.
Brian is a loving, devoted father to three beautiful children, Jillian (19), Joey (16) and Gavin (12). His baby girl, Jillian, is a Sophomore at the University of Scranton, Joey is a Sophomore at Montville High School and Gavin is in 7th grade. His children brought him so much happiness from spending time on the soccer, football and lacrosse fields to the basketball courts and cheer competitions. I wonder who they got their competitive spirit from?
Brian himself is a big kid and he and the children have the most special, silly bonds. They loved his crazy antics, annoying behavior and non-stop fun. When you join us to celebrate Brian’s life, look around the room at all the pictures to see the absolute joy that Jillian, Joey and Gavin brought him.
We loved making memories as a family by travelling to different vacation destinations and spending time at our shore house. Our house is always filled with the energy of family and friends, and of course our dogs, Zoey & Ty.
Sometimes life isn’t fair so it’s important to help us keep Brian’s spirit and memories alive. Our family welcomes you to share your most special memory on Brian’s tribute wall.
Please join us for services at Keri Memorial Funeral Home, 125 Main Street, Lincoln Park, NJ. Thursday, January 20, 2022 from 4 - 8 PM and Friday, January 21 at 10 AM.