In Memory Of

Brent Edward Lindorfer

includes the following Bay Area newspapers: The Ar, California

Guest Book

Jessica and family so very sorry for your loss May you know that he will always be watching over you and protecting you with his angel wings

Ben, I was shocked and saddened by the loss of your father. I so enjoyed our visits when he came into the shop. He was always so pleasant and always had a smile on his face. He will be missed by so many!

I always liked the man, i always admired the man. Loved him and the family. I never could fully thank him for the kindness he showed my family and especially my Mom. He will be missed.
Rob Stenson

Dear Martha, Ben, and Emily, We are so saddened by the loss of Brent. He was a wonderful person and will be greatly missed. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers.

-Erik & Lisa Hoffmann

My thoughts go out to the whole family. I never knew Brent but I went to school at skyline with his brother Kurt . The person I really got to know was his father Never really got to know him but who could forget the name. The person whom I really got to know well was the father Ed while discussing real estate over the phone during the course of 10 years. One day while parked in front of the MONTCLAIR parking garage an older man in a suit said to me better put money in that meter.. I said to...

Dear Martha, Jessica, Ben and Emily.
Our hearts and prayers are with all of you.
Brent's big and easy smile will stay with us. His smile was so warm, so genuine and came so naturally. His friendship was solid and reliable.
Our lives are better for having known Brent and happier for the memories we share with all of you.
The miles and years cannot separate the love we have for all of you. You are family of the heart. Please let us know if there is anything we can do now or...

Brent was a childhood friend whose kindness and authenticity left a deep impression. He reached out to friends during troubles, his good humor and sweetness a salve. He adored his wife,children and grandchildren, and I had the impression that he felt he was the luckiest of men. That he should die so young is tragic. That he was so satisfied with his life is a comfort. I will miss the boy I teased mercilessly while we walked home from the bus stop. He took it so well.

There is a hole in our hearts. Heartfelt condolences to Martha, Jessica, Ben, and Emily. There was no finer man than Brent.
Love, Jim, Cathy, Ellen and Sarah Fisher

Dearest Martha, Jessica, Ben and Emily,

Our family was very sad to learn of Brent's passing and offer you and your extended family our deepest condolences at this difficult time.

Cherish the gifts of love Brent gave so generously as a devoted husband and father to three beautiful children and a bright light to all whose lives he touched.

Life is a precious and wonderful gift, so sweet and short. Brent enriched the lives of others by being present and genuine....


Brent's Obituary

Brent Edward LindorferLifelong Resident of OaklandBorn in Oakland, CA to the late Ed and Jeanne Lindorfer. Brent was a kind, honest man who lived his life joyfully and with integrity. As often as possible he was found in or on the ocean diving, fishing, or sailing. A General Contractor for over...

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