May his legacy never be forgotten
  • 41 years old
  • Born on January 2, 1976 .
  • Passed away on December 10, 2017 .

On 12/10/17 Brendan James Judge said "Peace Out" and went on to be with his Heavenly Father. He suffered liver and kidney complications along with a major infection in his stomach. He fought hard for weeks going through dialysis and many other procedures, but in the end, lost the battle.

Brendan was an amazing husband to Banji, father to Braedan and Brieleigh, son to Dan and Maureen, brother to Evan, and a friend to many people. His passion and loyalty affected everyone he met.

Please help create a lasting tribute to Brendan by sharing photos and stories on this site. They will ultimately be placed in keepsake books for Braedan and Brieleigh. In addition, any of Brendan's loved ones can return to this online memorial at anytime in the future.

Posted by Bill Bukowski on 15th December 2017
I had the pleasure of bringing Brendan into the Nilfisk family. Brendan was a hard working salesperson. He did not always take the easiest path but always finished the task. My prayers and thoughts go out to his family during this very difficult time.
Posted by Ken Crumpler on 15th December 2017
I had the opportunity to work with Brendan at Nilfisk. He was such a great person. I didn't live near him, but when he first started our Director sent him to work with me and we became good friends in just a 3 day period. That was the kind of person Brendan was. His smile was infectious and he was always smiling. He will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends during this very difficult time.
Posted by Pamela Triggs on 15th December 2017
I'm so sorry for your loss. My heart aches for your family. We are praying for you all and that the Lord will provide comfort for you during this time.
Posted by Jason Stearns on 14th December 2017
I had the pleasure of working with Brendan at Stonhard and Nilfisk. I'm so happy I got to know him and work with him. He was a great guy that was always fun to talk to and really loved his family. I heard of this today and I was in total shock and it was heartbreaking. Rest in peace my friend. My prayers are with his wife and his kids. So sorry for your loss.
Posted by Christine Martick on 14th December 2017
I worked with Brendan when he was with Nilfisk. Such sad news. Prayers for Brendan's family and friends during this difficult time. God's angels will provide peace and comfort. God Bless Brendan, RIP.
Posted by Terry Kearney on 13th December 2017
I was the Chaparral boys varsity basketball coach from 1983–1998, and Brendan played for me in 1991 (I believe). He competed Very hard, and he was well respected by his teammates and loved by the Firebird fans. I’m saddened by his untimely passing, but his spirit is alive in his beautiful family.

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