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Brian Anthony Carderelli

14 novembre 19845 août 2010

Brian Anthony Carderelli, 25, a resident of Harrisonburg, VA, died in service to his Lord and the people of Afghanistan on Thursday, August 5. He had been in Afghanistan since last September.

A son of Michael A. and Sharon Beiler Carderelli, he was born on Nov. 14, 1984 in Harrisonburg.

He received an Associates Degree from Blue Ridge Community College and his Bachelor’s Degree from James Madison University. Brian was Public Relations Manager for the International School of Kabul and freelance videographer for various other non-government organizations in Kabul. While living in Harrisonburg, he was a skiing and snowboarding instructor at Massanutten Ski Resort and photographer for the water park. Brian worked as a camp counselor at Grace Bible Camp in Goshen, VA for several summers and as a videographer for Rockbridge Young Life Camp in the summer of 2009. Brian was an Eagle Scout who enjoyed all kinds of outdoor adventure. He was a member of Covenant Presbyterian Church where he served as a much-loved youth leader who inspired many young people to live their lives with the goal to honor God.

In addition to his parents, he is survived by two brothers, Jonathan who is married to Elaina Harold Carderelli; and Daniel Carderelli who is currently in Recruit Training for the Marine Corp at Parris Island, SC, one sister, Gina Carderelli, and a nephew, Micah Carderelli, all of Harrisonburg; maternal grandparents, Glen and Anna Ruth Beiler of Akron, PA; paternal grandparents, Joseph and Eunice Carderelli of Lynchburg, and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.

A graveside service for family and friends will be held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 22 at Eastlawn Memorial Gardens. A

Memorial Service will follow at 4:00 Sunday evening, Aug. 22, at Covenant Presbyterian Church with Pastors Ken Aldrich, Joe Slater and Tim Frost from Covenant, and Dr. Philip Smuland of Florida, officiating.

Lindsey Harrisonburg Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. There will be no visitation and the casket will not be opened. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent for the Carderelli Memorial Fund to Covenant Presbyterian Church, attn: Kendal Butler, 32 Southgate Ct., Suite 101, Harrisonburg, VA 22801. Online condolences may be sent to the Carderelli family at www.lindseyharrisonburg.com.

Services

  • Graveside Service

    dimanche, 22 août , 2010

  • Memorial Service

    dimanche, 22 août , 2010

Souvenirs

Brian Anthony Carderelli

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ENVOYEZ CONDOLEANCES
Christy Rice Hissong

11 septembre , 2010

When I saw your son's photo in World Magazine, I knew he could only be the child of Mike and Sharon Carderelli, my dear friends and traveling companions from college days. What a blessing to know you are still living out your faith and teaching your children to do the same. My family is so saddened by your loss, but we rejoice in Brian's homegoing. You are ever in our prayers.

Amy

9 septembre , 2010

Mike, Sharon & family,
Know that will be praying for you and your family during these times. May God continue to give you His peace & comfort during these times.

3 septembre , 2010

PLEASE KNOW YOU ARE IN THE PRAYERS OF MANY FRIENDS AND FAMILY, SOME THAT YOU HAVE NOT SEEN OR HEARD FROM IN MANY YEARS. I KNOW HOW DIFFICULT THIS PERIOD IN YOUR LIVES WILL BE AS MY DAUGHTER AND ONLY CHILD DIED IN HER SLEEP AT THE AGE OF 26. LEAN ON JESUS AS HIS POWER WILL HELP YOU GET THRU THIS EXTREMELY DIFFICULT TIME IN YOUR LIVES. MAY GOD BLESS YOU WITH MANY FOND MEMORIES AND SUSTAIN YOU IN YOUR JOURNEY.

BARRY PILLOW - GREENSBORO, NC

Carolyn Krause

3 septembre , 2010

Sandra and family,
I just recently heard about the loss of
your beloved Brian. Please know our hearts and prayers go out to you and your family. May GOD BLESS you all and
hold you close.
Carolyn Stinnett Krause (BHS'67)

Steve and Linda Shifflett

23 août , 2010

Mike, Sharon, and family,
We were deeply saddened to hear of Brian's death and send you our heartfelt sympathy. Brian's testimony will live on in the hearts of the people he touched. It is a joy to hear of his dedication in serving others.
We remember your leadership and friendship in VHE from our home school days and Mike selling us our Dodge Spirit.
We pray God will comfort you in the days ahead as you continue serving Him. "Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord...that they may rest from their labors, and their works do follow them." Rev. 14:13

22 août , 2010

To the Carderellis--Brian indirectly touched the lives of us here at the Air Base in SW Asia where a Fallen Warrior ceremony was held for the four who passed through here on their Final Journey Home... we all hope and pray that He will continue to hold and protect you in the palm of His hand. We all yearn with you for Christ's second coming:
"And God will wipe away every tear from their eyes; there shall be no more death, nor sorrow, nor crying. There shall be no more pain, for the former things have passed away."
Revelation 21:4

20 août , 2010

Mike, Sharon, and family,
We are sorry for your loss, and have all of you in our thoughts and prayers each day. May our Heavenly Father hold you close during this time. We have sons Brian's age and we can't imagine losing them, but also know that the Lord is in control...ALWAYS! Hold on to the wonderful memories you have of Brian, and soon we'll all be together never to part. PTL!
Terry & Grace Hensley

19 août , 2010

Mike, Sharon and Family,
Words are hard to express for our sense of shock and loss - and yet the joy we feel that Brian was a man of deep dedication who loved the Lord. Our prayers stand behind you for the days ahead. May God Bless and Comfort you!
-Uncle Allen, Aunt Floss and Mark

Cara & Tim Hopson

19 août , 2010

Our most sincere sympathies for your loss. Brian's courage to follow his convictions in selfless service to others is truly an inspiration. May God keep you near and warm your hearts with fond memories of Brian during your time of grief.

19 août , 2010

God Bless & comfort all of you during this time. Americans thank Brian for his service.