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Brian Gaudino

Brian Gaudino

October 8, 2019

Brian passed away on Tuesday, October 8, 2019.

Brian was a resident of New York, New York.

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November 9, 2019

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Condolences for the delightfully long conversations Brian and I shared where we explored spirituality, church, religion and the nature of Christ within each one of us. To honor a Southern expression we always pondered the question; how's your walk"? (with Jesus) Hence our conversations which always took me to a different dimension of understanding.


Posted by: John Balbi - Fair Lawn, NJ - October 26, 2019

I am so so sorry to hear of Brian's passing My Dear Friend Mark...
You are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time...and always...sending love and hugs to you!


Posted by: Connie Tracy - Syracuse, NY - November 2, 2019

I'm so horribly sorry to hear this news. May his memory be a blessing.


Posted by: Randy Yuska - Haverhill, MA - November 2, 2019

Brian,

Bill and Tom expressed much of what I am feeling right now.

I will miss, too, your hard-won spiritual knowledge and your
willingness to share your deep insights into realities that so
many of us feel, but now only dimly see.

Rest in Peace, friend, and know that you will not be forgotten.

Eugene


Posted by: Eugene J. DeVivo - Long Island, NY - November 4, 2019

I am so sorry to learn of Brian's passing. My condolences to Mark, you added a whole lot of good to his life. Brian was a kind, sensitive and caring friend to me. I'm really going to miss our conversations about everything from his love of French antiques to the genealogy of the English aristocracy, to religion, spirituality, and spirits. May Brian know peace and comfort, and may all who knew him enjoy the happy memories.


Posted by: Jacques Murphy - Trumbauersville, PA - November 4, 2019

Brian saw life more clearly and more passionately than people with perfect vision. He not only taught me how to view things in greater detail and with more understanding, he also helped me to accept the less beautiful aspects of existence. I often quoted him in my diaries and regret I can no longer do this. "You have to bring your own spirituality into the reality you are in," he told me. I am so sorry for Mark. Please contact me if you can. I loved Brian dearly. He always stopped to celebrate the moonflowers. What a loss for Greenwich Village and my heart.


Posted by: Marc Kessler - , - February 24, 2021

Brian saw life more clearly and more passionately than people with perfect vision. He not only taught me how to view things in greater detail and with more understanding, he also helped me to accept the less beautiful aspects of existence. I often quoted him in my diaries and regret I can no longer do this. "You have to bring your own spirituality into the reality you are in," he told me. I am so sorry for Mark. Please contact me if you can. I loved Brian dearly. He always stopped to celebrate the moonflowers. What a loss for Greenwich Village and my heart.


Posted by: Marc Kessler - , - February 24, 2021

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