Brian Mikolajczyk
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Brian Mikolajczyk

Roswell, GA -

Brian Mikolajczyk, 59, of Roswell Ga, formerly of Paramus, NJ, passed on to eternal peace on June 25, 2020. Beloved father to his amazing son, Alex. Loving son of his surviving parents, Ronald and Barbara (nee Wisniewski). Guiding older brother to Melissa, Todd, and sister-in law Caroline. Also survived by nephews and niece Sean, Bridget, and Luke, along with many loving friends. Predeceased by Alex's mother, Brenda. A memorial service in celebration of Brian's life will be scheduled at a later time.




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Published in The Record/Herald News from Jun. 29 to Jun. 30, 2020.
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July 9, 2020
"Mik" and I worked at SonicWALL years ago and like many of our colleagues, became fast friends. Losing Mik is a devastating blow and an incredible loss for the SonicWALL family. I will forever cherish his immense heart, brilliant smile and the precious memories we forged as a team. Miss you so much, Mik :(
Lan Blum
Coworker
July 8, 2020
It hurts my heart to learn of this. Brian and I didnt know each other for long, but we had enough years of working together as colleagues for me to know and appreciate him as a kind human, a dog lover, a wordsmith and a giver of genuine smiles. His energy will be missed. My heart goes out to his family.
Jessica C
Friend
July 2, 2020
I am stunned and shocked to hear the news of Brian passing away.
I recall the days of playing tackle football on the outfield of Stony Lane. And when it came time to go to high school, I was so proud that he followed and went to Bergen Catholic. I knew he was going to be an exceptional athlete at a young age. His mom always offered a free ride home, so I wouldn't have to walk.
We didnt stay in touch after high school, but I knew Brian would always be successful at whatever he did. Rest peacefully my friend.
John Amoratis
Friend
July 1, 2020
I was a classmate, football teammate, and friend of Brian. Though I havent seen him in a while, I am extremely heartbroken and very sad over this news. Brian was one of the key figures in our high school class. He was a big powerful guy, but also one of the kindest and most peaceful guys I knew. He was a friend to everyone, and had almost a confuscius-like, serene wisdom of thought, and always seemed to have something very wise and deep to say about any topic. He was the person to go to when you wanted wise counsel. He really was a very bright guy. He was also funny and the life of any party. I considered him the very lynch-pin of our group of football friends and teammates that held everything together. I was going to be in Atlanta this summer and I had thought of looking up Mik and maybe getting together. I lived in atlanta in the 1990s and hung out a bit with him and brenda down there. I miss those days. Its almost impossible to remember my high school days without Mik coming to mind. I hope his family takes comfort in the fact that he was universally loved by all his friends and everyone who was lucky enough to know him. His life was well lived, and he lives a large hole behind.
May God welcome him home.
Rest in peace Buddy.
Sincerely,
Weebs
Stephan Patrick Nebbia (aka Patrick Weber)
Friend
June 30, 2020
Remember Brian from BC days.
Always made me smile and laugh.
Rest Easy Brian- God Bless Your Family
Gary Spath
Classmate
June 30, 2020
I remember Brian from 4 years at BC. I am so sorry for your family and will prayer for your strength and guidance through this difficult time. God Bless his son and family.
Jim S
Classmate
June 30, 2020
Barbara and Ron, my deepest sympathy to you and your family. May Brian rest in Peace and may he watch over you, bringing you comfort and love from above. ❤
Cousin Lynn
Lynn Nelson
Family
June 30, 2020
I'm sorry to read this. Condolences to the entire family.
Ken W
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