Brian Gaede

Bellevue, Nebraska

Guest Book

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Brian, I realize you're not actually reading this, but of all the people I've known from Cornerstone over the years, you were "hands down" my favorite. I miss you.

I was so sad to hear about Brian. When we met over 25 years ago, I remember thinking what a Godly man. I will continue to pray for you and the boys.

I wish so much I could've been able to attend the funeral to pay my respects and give you a hug, Dee. I think of you often and feel a little pit in my stomach for you. I pray the memories sustain you through the coming days and for blessings on you and the boys.

Dear Dee, Brandon and Trevor -

Your family has always been a blessing to ours. The times I spent at your house in OKC were special. Both you and Brian were always there when I needed someone to talk to and the memories that I had of Brian was watching him be a wonderful father and role model to his kids. He appreciated his family time and the awesome family God gave him. He was also a great Godly man and was always there for his church family.

I pray for you guys every...

My thoughts and prayers for you and the boys. I never meet Brian but from the words that you spoke of him he sounded like a great dad, friend and husband. I am sorry for your lose.

On Wednesday evenings Brian and I would just visit with each other when he would sometimes show up early for prayer meeting. The times I especially enjoyed we're the times we spent in my office watching James Merritt on the net. He was one of our favorite preachers. To me, Brian was someone I admired as a family man, and as a deacon. Absolutely a man of God. I'm glad we got together at The restaurant last summer.

I remember meeting Brian for the first time at Crestview Bible Church. I remember also visiting with him at his office, which I believe was located, at one time, across from Hutchinson Community College. He was a nice man, and I'm sure a good husband and father. He will be missed!

To the Gaede Family,

I am so sorry to hear of Brian's passing. He was a great "75 classmate, but more than that he was a great friend. I regret we lost touch over the years.

I will cherish forever the memories from our past, the many hours on the golf course, drive-in movies, the gin games, and "cruising" with our friends.

Dear Dee and Family,
My heart-felt love and prayers are with you during this time of shock, loss, and grief. My memories of "B" are of a sweet nature with his gentle presence and twinkling grin. . . .How precious life is ~ and how blessed we've been to have shared our childhoods' with Brian.


Brian's Obituary

Brian Gaede passed away in Bellevue, Nebraska. Funeral Home Services for Brian are being provided by John A. Gentleman Mortuaries, Bellevue/Sarpy Co. Chapel. The obituary was featured in Omaha World-Herald on November 12, 2012.