Brian David Rosky

November 27, 1962April 6, 2019

Thank you for our life together...

We loved riding motorcycles and camping. We enjoyed the grandkids, bbqing, going off-road, and exploring ghost towns.

Brian enjoyed cooking, fishing, hiking, gardening and just life in general.

He always said I was his beautiful and sexy wife. He was proud of me and I was proud of him.

When I think of Brian, I think of his infectious and uninhibited smile. He was a beautiful man with a beautiful heart.

He loved helping others. He spent many winter days snow blowing the neighborhood. He was happiest when he was doing for others.

He had his own style of humor. If you didn’t get him, he didn’t care. He just wanted people to be happy.

He was born in North Hollywood, Calif. but lived most of his life in Nevada. This is where he felt most at home. He explored all the ghost towns, back roads, gold mines, and sought out any history he could about this beautiful state.

Although, he was exactly the man he wanted to be, he had one flaw. He never finished what he started. This used to drive me nuts, but now makes me sad.... as he wasn’t finished spending the rest of his life with me. I will miss him immensely. He was my friend, my rock, my soulmate, my everything.

He is survived by me, his wife of 17 years, his son Nick Rosky and his wife Shawna, grandsons Cody and Christopher and granddaughter Madysen. Also his daughter Annaliese Lynch and granddaughters Alexxis and Serena, twin sister Gina Price and brothers John Rosky and Joel Bates, Uncle Ron Swaisgood, and several cousins.

He has been reunited with his mother Joyce Bates, father Paul Rosky, step father Chuck Bates, his youngest son Christopher Rosky, his grandson Caysen Rosky, his Uncle Bob, and his grandparents Ruth and Cory Groenendal.

Brian, I don’t know where to start without you. I’m not sure where I end and you begin. I know you are in a better place though. I look forward to seeing you again someday so we can finish what we started. A family gathering will be held at a later date.

Your wife and best friend, Carol Rosky


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Patrick Gallardo

April 10, 2019

Although I just recently meet Brian during our last few sales meetings. I could tell he was a genuine person and had a lot of knowledge of our industry. My personal memory with Brain was from our recent sales meeting where Brain and I were on a team at the Top Golf in Sacramento, CA. He clearly did not want to try to hit the ball because of his back but after a little pressure, he was doing than I was? It was great to see him have fun.
Brian, you will be missed and I would like to offer my condolences to the entire Rosky family.

Michael Lynch

April 10, 2019

Denice Sisco

April 9, 2019

Brian and Carol used to visit us often. They were just here, in Idaho, this past November for Thanksgiving. It is known throuout the family that I cannot cook a turkey, but I was determined to cook that Thanksgiving. I did cook and it was really good. I did not, however, cook the turkey. Brian was gracious enough to do that and it was delicious!