Brian Dunn

Schenectady, New York


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Dunn, Brian PITTSFIELD, Mass. Brian Dunn, 56, formerly of Schenectady, died on Tuesday, December 12, 2017, at his home. Brian was born in Schenectady, the son of Bernard and Patricia Murtagh Dunn. He was a graduate of Mont Pleasant High School and Hudson Valley Community College. He worked for...

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Worked with Brian a lot in the past. Was a funny man made work go buy fast. Enjoyed his company. So sorry to hear this, he will be missed by many.

Karen and Family,
I'm very sorry for the loss of Brian. Thinking of all of you...Lynne

When I saw Brian's photo in the paper it took me a minute to recognize him, you see I never did see Brian in a suit. I remember Brian coated in fuel oil so thick all you could see was his beautiful smile and those pearly whites!! We worked together for a couple of years at Suburban Services Group in Burnt Hills. Brian always had a smile on his face, had a fantastic work ethic (accepted jobs far away at the end of the day when others simply would not) and always made our office a warm place...

Brian and I have worked together at ABC for many years, and he was one of my favorite people. He always made me laugh and was such a hard worker. I'll miss him terribly and the chats that we used to have. Much love and prayers to his family.

Karen and Family,

I am so very sorry for your loss. My God give you all the peace and comfort you need at this time.

God Bless you,

Donna Salamida

To the Dunn family, I send my condolences for you're loss. Brian was a close co worker and was a very dedicated and intelligent technician. He loved to make his co workers laugh and bring them up when the job got them down. He will be sincerely missed.

I have known Brian for many years and always found him to be one of those people that would give the shirt off his back to help. My sincere condolences to his family Tom E

To the Dunn Family, So sorry to hear of
my friend Brian. We had so many memories together, from riding our motorcycles, taking Karate lessons together, to listening to KISS music as young kids. Growing up on 14th Street has so many memories. Rest in Peace my friend.