Brian Edward Link Apr 03, 1974 - Jan 05, 2018
Brian Edward Link, 43, of Aston, Pennsylvania, passed away on January 5, 2018.
Brian was born on April 3, 1974 to Gary and Donna Link of Aston, PA. He graduated from Sun Valley High School in 1992 and continued on to earn an Associate’s Degree from Delaware County Community College. Brian worked as a licensed/certified HVAC Refrigeration Technician for more than 20 years.
Brian enjoyed boating and fishing, watching sports, camping, biking, annual hunting trips to Sullivan County with his father and brothers, and summer vacations to his families’ home in Arizona. Brian especially enjoyed spending time with his family. He often took his granddaughter and nieces to Linvilla Orchards, as well as taking the girls for fun walks on the Chester Creek Trail. Brian was a devoted father, grandfather, son, brother, and uncle.
Brian had the biggest heart and would do anything for anyone. He was sweet, kind, caring, and funny. He was a problem-solver who often took on difficult and unwanted projects at work and around the house. He cherished every minute he had with his granddaughter, from their sleepovers, where they stayed up late and and ate too much chocolate, to watching movies and chasing each other around the house.
Brian is survived by his two children, Nina M. Link of Coatesville, PA, and Brian E. Link Jr. of Aston, PA; his cherished granddaughter Julie; loving parents Gary and Donna Link of Aston, PA; proud siblings Gary Link (Kristin) of Elkton, MD, and Angela Lawson (Jais) of Newark, DE; nieces and nephews, Brittney, Gary, Lauren, Alexandra, Charlotte, and Nora.
Brian was preceded in death by his brother, Michael A. Link of Aston, PA.
A private visitation was held on Sunday, January 7, 2018. A mass and burial will be held at a later date.
‘We will always carry your memory in our hearts’
Renee says:Submitted on: Jan 19, 2018
My sincerest condolences to the Link family. I'm sadden to hear of the loss of Brian. He was a sweet, kindhearted person. I will always remember our talks in homeroom. Brian will be missed.