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Obituary for Brent Giachino

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Brent Giachino

March 16, 1945 - October 26, 2013

Brent Giachino passed away on October 26th. He was born on March 16, 1945 to Charles and Viola Giachino in Ogden, Utah. Brent attended Ogden City Schools. Following high school, he was drafted into the United States Army. After the service, Brent began his journey in the food industry which later took him to Havre, Montana where he lived for the past forty years. Although he came from simple beginnings, he worked his way through a successful career where he developed an appreciation for fine cuisine. In 1987, Brent married Maureen Schneider known to him as “Blondie”. They were married 23 years before her death in 2010. They both loved to travel. They traveled extensively throughout the United States including Hawaii and Alaska. They loved watching professional ball games. Brent was an avid Yankees fan which took them to New York numerous times. He was also an Oakland Raiders fan so they often visited the west coast. They had taken many cruises. Their last trip was to Europe.
Brent’s other love was his cats. Over the years, Brent and Maureen fostered and treasured many cats; his favorite being “Buzz”. Brent was a man of few words with a great sense of humor. He was often known for having a good time and will be dearly missed. Brent is survived by a daughter, Lori, and son, Brent Jay. He is also survived by a brother and two sisters. He was preceded in death by his wife, his parents, and eldest brother.
Interment was in the Ogden City Cemetery.
Services under the direction of Leavitt’s Mortuary.

 

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Born: March 16, 1945
Died: October 26, 2013

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Ava Tracy posted on 1/19/14

Brenda and Gary. Just read Brent's obituary. He was a great guy. Brenda, I bought my first car from him, a red MG convertible. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Ava and Bob.

 

Lou Adams posted on 11/13/13

I was a friend of Maureen. Totally enjoyed hearing about all her and Brent's travel adventures. So sorry to hear of his passing. My sympathy to the family.

 

Jean Green posted on 11/12/13

I worked with Brent for 20 years and enjoyed all of them. My husband and I also socialized with him a few times and always enjoyed his and Maurines company.

 

Jean Phillips posted on 11/12/13

I was Maureen "best friend" from Whitefish. I spent a lot of time with her and Brent. I was so sorry to hear of his passing, he will be missed by many. My deepest sympathy to the family.

 

Larry Folker posted on 11/11/13

Dear Brenda & Gary,I was very sad to read about Brent's passing.I remember him as kind of an unassuming,well dressed,pleasant guy,alway's with a smile on his face.It's wonderful to know he had a successful life,with a wife & two children,and all that traveling,WOW!! That's what living well is all about.I alwasy's liked him {hard not to}.I'm glad he had a good life.God bless you and your family.your pal, Larry Folker.

 

Kris and Robert Lucero posted on 11/11/13

The world lost a true character! Our condolences to the family.

 

Richard Price posted on 11/9/13

Brenda, Shirley, Please accept my condolences for your loss.

 

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