Lindsey Funeral Homes

473 South Main Street, Harrisonburg, VA


A Celebration of Life Service will be announced at a later date.

Justin Elliott Ciccone

June 22, 1985May 3, 2020

Justin Elliott Ciccone died unexpectedly on Sunday, May 3 at the University of Kentucky Hospital in Lexington, Kentucky. He was born June 22, 1985 in Olney, Maryland and he was the son of Brion David Ciccone and Jacqueline Elliott Brown Ciccone. He grew up in Harrisonburg, graduated from HHS in 2003, and played football for the Blue Streaks. He briefly served in the U.S. Army. From 2014 to 2019, he made Colorado his second home and was on his way back to Denver after one year and a day with his family in Virginia. He worked most recently at Clementine’s and for Capstone Logistics at Sysco. Justin traveled frequently to outdoor music festivals and shared his passions for music, art, nature, fun, and happiness with hundreds of friends across the country. He dispensed strong hugs and challenging ideas, found joy in his successes and warmth in his relationships, and looked for peace in many places. He was a friendly, bright, proud, and intense young man with a big and loving heart and the spirit of a warrior.

He will be immensely missed by his parents; his grandfather Harry Lee Brown, Jr.; his brothers, Nicholas Lee Brown Ciccone and Cameron Grayson Ciccone: sister-in-law Sarah Harold Ciccone; nieces Cienna Lee Ciccone and Leia Lynn Ciccone; and several dear cousins. In addition to his family, he leaves behind many heartbroken friends. His dog Marley longs for his touch.

“Standing on the moon with nothing left to do. Lovely view of heaven, but I'd rather be with you.”

There will be no services. A celebration of life will be scheduled at a later date.


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Justin Elliott Ciccone

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Doug Graham

May 11, 2020

Brion and Jackie,
I am keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.
I can’t imagine what kind of pain you are experiencing with this loss.
Adam’s dad.

Robert Bersson

May 11, 2020

Jackie, I'm so sorry to learn about Justin's death. My full sympathy goes out to you and the family.

Sandee Miller

May 10, 2020

Justin was always nice to me in school and he always told me to follow my dreams I’m so thankful that I got to see Justin at my store in December he gave me big hug and said hey I’ll never forget that moment of him I’ll miss him a lot I’ll be praying for his family and friends❤️

Scott French

May 9, 2020

Justin was an outstanding young man. A terrible shame for such a wonderful person to be taken from us. My heart reaches out to the family.

Barbara Leonard

May 9, 2020

Justin will be missed by so many people. His kind and thoughtful nature made him a true friend to everyone. His love of adventure took him to many places; he especially loved Colorado which became his second home. Justin loved music and he loved the outdoor festivals and many concerts he attended. He loved the freedom he felt in Colorado. Yet, he often came back to enjoy time with his family whom he loved. When I heard he didn’t make it, I could hardly believe it. He had so much more life to live. My heart is sad for him. His family is heartbroken. I can’t imagine the loss they are facing ; especially his mom and dad. His number one friend Marley, the coach dog, is having a hard time. They were always together. May all of you stay close and keep his memory alive. Justin was a legend; I was happy to get to know him. Love to all.

Catherine Mailloux

May 9, 2020

Rest peacefully, Justin. I’ll never forget your kindness. You were a friendly face to see in unfamiliar places as we both wandered the country and bumped into each other occasionally. A piece of chosen family in the lifestyles we chose back then. May the four winds blow you home again.

Diana Ballas-Gray

May 9, 2020

I think Justin had a connection and understanding of the human soul that extended beyond most. Justin was one of the few, if not only, people to witness me get a devestating phone call in the middle of work. Though he had no idea what I was hearing on the other end, he was equally as stunned and stood in front of me like a reflection of myself, unable to speak or move. Weeks later, he continued to check in on me long after most had stopped. He explained one day that he couldn't stop thinking about the day I received that call and that he had felt everything I was feeling at that moment. He said that getting a phone call like that about his own father was one of his greatest fears. Justin simply understood and wasn't afraid to have the tough and emotional conversations often needed to heal. I'm eternally grateful for those conversations with Justin. Fare thee well my friend, you will be missed.

Liz Walker

May 9, 2020

Justin was a dear friend of my nephew David. Thoughts and prayers to his family as you deal with his passing.

Jessica Shagalski

May 8, 2020

The amount of memories I have of Justin really warms my heart. When we lived together, I remember we had animals stuck in our chimney and he got on our roof to help save them. We combined our writing and photos together through our love of music with Festival Footprints and shared many a nights polishing off bottles of whiskey, listening to Lotus and having good conversation. We took a road trip to Vegas with friends for music and had an unforgettable experience at the Grand Canyon. Justin always kept touch to ask me how I was and always had the biggest hugs that lifted me off my feet. He always spoke so highly of his family and friends. Justin is going to be missed by many. But through countless stories, he will stay with us forever.

April Plasha

May 8, 2020

Meant the world to me that the last two times we spoke you told me a bunch that you were proud of me! I was really looking forward to seeing you soon. Rest easy, we'll miss the hell outta ya!


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