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Brian Roger Fearon
May 4, 1977 ~ June 14, 2023 (age 46) 46 Years Old
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Brian Fearon passed away at his Woodland Park home, June 14, 2023 at the age of 46
He was born May 4, 1977 in Morris County, New Jersey. His mother is Debbie Post. His late father war Bernard Joseph Fearon. He has one brother B.J. Fearon.
Brian is survived by his wife, Christy Lee Fearon and his daughter, Sienne Lee Fearon.
His family remembers his dedication to God and his Catholic faith. He will always be remembered as a loving father and husband. Brian was especially dedicated to the homeless and often took off his own shirt to give to them. He wanted to make the world a better place for the forgotten. His generosity will set an example to his daughter, forever.
Brian and Christy were married in Catalina Island California, April 21, 2007. Brian had a passion for nature, animals, fishing, hiking, traveling and hockey/baseball. He made friends easily and was liked by many.
Brian taught his family to get out their comfort zone and try new things in their time together. As a result, his family will become stronger in the days to come.
Christy will always remember Brian as her soulmate, best friend and love of her life.
Brian can rest with God now and will be viewed as their angel with God. His family thanks God for the 16 years they had together.
Sienne remembers how her Dad taught her to fish as a little girl and how she caught more fish than him. Brian often coached Sienne’s baseball time and taught her how to swing the bat. He taught her survival skills, how to swim, ride a bike and which plants to eat. Sienne loves to help people as her Dad set the example. Family was priority in time spend walking dogs and taking hikes.
Connie Junbin, Brian’s mother-in-law refects: How I will miss our long talks about history. Brian’s knowledge of the Vikings was astonishing. He was so proud of the Nordic/Irish heritage. But Brian was most proud to be an American. Few love their country and all its people as Brian did. He loved the Army, especially Rangers. He had first hand knowledge of what it is like when people of a country turn on each other, Kosovo. Brian’s last wishes were to be part of the greatest kingdom of all, God’s Kingdom.