In memory of
Brian Keith Saddler
In memory of
Brian Keith Saddler
Brian Keith Saddler, 60 January 4, 1960 to May 8, 2020 The family of Brian Keith Saddler is heartbroken to announce his passing. Brian died of the COVID-19 virus on May 8, 2020, at Hackensack Hospital. He was born on Staten Island, but moved to New Jersey in the late 80s and last resided in Ringwood, N.J. Brian's entire career was in healthcare, starting as a volunteer Emergency Medical Technician for Volunteer Heart Ambulance when he was a freshman in College. He started studying pharmacy at St. John's University in Queens, but transferred to Wagner College where he graduated with a bachelor's in biology. After graduation, he joined the Emergency Medical Service and found his life's purpose. The next 37 years were spent in healthcare becoming a paramedic to serve 25 years at St. Vincent's in Manhattan, a 9/11 responder, then Staten Island University Hospital South and Maimonides. In 2018 he became a Certified Flight Paramedic, and as if that wasn't enough, completed training and exams to realize his dream of becoming a nurse. In December, he became a Registered Nurse in the CCU of St. Joseph's Hospital in Wayne, N.J. April, 2016 was the 34th anniversary of our brother Mark's passing. Knowing all too well how fragile life is, Brian bought his dream car, a Dodge Hemi Charger. He drove that car every chance he got, often with his furbaby, Eddie the Cavalier King Charles. Brian was a big Monty Python and a huge Heavy and Death Metal fan. So much so, that he managed to convert his wife Debra to the genre, and would travel around the country to concerts and festivals with Deb, his son Tom, and his sister Lori. Brian is survived by his devoted wife, Deb, his mother Lois, sister Lori, son Thomas, daughter Jessica, and daughter (in-law) Amanda. He was predeceased by his father, Edward James and brother, Mark Edward. We are devastated. Brian, you will be remembered for your love, laughter, humor, generosity, dedication to your patients, and your ever growing love of life. We would like to thank everyone for the tremendous outreach of sympathy, condolences, and assistance that we have received. You will never know how much it means to us. Due to quarantine restrictions, there will be no funeral. A memorial may be planned for a later date.
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In memory of
Brian Keith Saddler
Brian Keith Saddler, 60 January 4, 1960 to May 8, 2020 The family of Brian Keith Saddler is heartbroken to announce his passing. Brian died of the COVID-19 virus on May 8, 2020, at Hackensack Hospital. He was born on Staten Island, but moved to New Jersey in the late 80s and last resided in Ringwood, N.J. Brian's entire career was in healthcare, starting as a volunteer Emergency Medical Technician for Volunteer Heart Ambulance when he was a freshman in College. He started studying pharmacy at St. John's University in Queens, but transferred to Wagner College where he graduated with a bachelor's in biology. After graduation, he joined the Emergency Medical Service and found his life's purpose. The next 37 years were spent in healthcare becoming a paramedic to serve 25 years at St. Vincent's in Manhattan, a 9/11 responder, then Staten Island University Hospital South and Maimonides. In 2018 he became a Certified Flight Paramedic, and as if that wasn't enough, completed training and exams to realize his dream of becoming a nurse. In December, he became a Registered Nurse in the CCU of St. Joseph's Hospital in Wayne, N.J. April, 2016 was the 34th anniversary of our brother Mark's passing. Knowing all too well how fragile life is, Brian bought his dream car, a Dodge Hemi Charger. He drove that car every chance he got, often with his furbaby, Eddie the Cavalier King Charles. Brian was a big Monty Python and a huge Heavy and Death Metal fan. So much so, that he managed to convert his wife Debra to the genre, and would travel around the country to concerts and festivals with Deb, his son Tom, and his sister Lori. Brian is survived by his devoted wife, Deb, his mother Lois, sister Lori, son Thomas, daughter Jessica, and daughter (in-law) Amanda. He was predeceased by his father, Edward James and brother, Mark Edward. We are devastated. Brian, you will be remembered for your love, laughter, humor, generosity, dedication to your patients, and your ever growing love of life. We would like to thank everyone for the tremendous outreach of sympathy, condolences, and assistance that we have received. You will never know how much it means to us. Due to quarantine restrictions, there will be no funeral. A memorial may be planned for a later date.
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