Brian Justin Klevickis
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Brian Justin Klevickis. We will remember him forever.
Candle lit by  Carita Klevickie  on December 14th, 2015

My dear son suffered these past few years, but he always had a genuine smile on his face, was ready with a joke or quip; Brian lived as he chose. He will not die in my heart.

Candle lit by  Nancy Klevickis  on December 15th, 2015

Well, brother Brian... it's been 15 days & I still cannot believe you are really gone.  I hope you know that we were all in your corner & did our very best to take care of you these past few years when you needed it.  I'm glad you moved back to Los Altos, so we could do that for you & allowed us to spend so much time together.  I will forever cheer for the Sharks for you.  

Candle lit by  Bonnie Allen  on December 18th, 2015

When I first met Brian, he was young and had a boyish grin, a ponytail and a lot of great ideas that he was eager to put to the test. I think I had a little bit of a crush on him. As I got to know him over the years, I never heard an unkind or discouraged word from him, no matter how severe his health problems became. Thank you, Brian for being part of my life.

Candle lit by  Jan Cox  on January 9th, 2016

What a kind, kind man Brian was. He had such a big heart and a big grin and was willing to share both with any he met.

Candle lit by  Debbie Campbell  on January 16th, 2016

Thank you for the laughter. For never failing to give me a new perspective. For showing me what acceptance is all about. Each day I try to draw on the things about you that gave me strength. It's still impossible to imagine that our family is forever changed. You are missed, you are missed, you are missed. . .

Candle lit by  Tracy Bigelow  on May 31st, 2016

Brian, thinking of you even more now that the Sharks are in the championship playoff. I know you're watching and cheering from heaven. You are greatly missed.

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Carita Klevickie

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