Morrisonville/DeForest - Brian Lee Crusan, age 30 passed away suddenly on Tuesday, May 16, 2017.
He was born on September 27, 1986 in Madison, the son of David Crusan and Jan (Miller) Crusan. In 2005, Brian graduated from DeForest High School. He currently was attending MATC obtaining a degree in the HVAC program. While attending school, he worked as a maintenance technician at The Lux apartment complex in Madison. Brian's smile and loving compassion brought so much warmth and gratitude to everyone he touched. He will forever be remembered by his family and friends. His vibrant personality and love for music was shared by all.
Brian is survived by his mother; Jan Crusan of Verona, his father; David Crusan of Lynxville, his brother; Kevin Crusan of Morrisonville, nephew; Caleb Crusan, his paternal grandmother; Betty Crusan of Prairie du Chien, maternal grandmother; Helen "Mickey" Piskura and his four-legged best friend and companion; Dakota. He is also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins, other loving family and numerous friends.
He was preceded in death by his paternal grandfather, Walter Crusan, maternal grandmother; Elaine Miller, and maternal grandfather; Donald Miller.
A service to celebrate Brian's life will be held at CRESS FUNERAL & CREMATION SERVICE, 3325 E. Washington Ave, Madison on Wednesday, May 24, 2017 at 3:30 pm with Pastor Shannon Colwin officiating. A time to gather will be held at the funeral home on Wednesday from 1:00 pm until the time of services at 3:30 pm.
Cress Funeral & Cremation Service
3325 E. Washington Ave., Madison
You don't know me and I didn't know Brian. I lost my son in Nov. 2015 while in treatment at the VA Medical Center in Milwaukee the same way Brian lost his life. I hope you find peace knowing Brian is in a better place and comfort knowing he is no longer struggling, Hugs, prayers to all of you!! God Bless you and Brian who is now at peace with my son and watching over us. They will be forever missed and loved.
Brian I remember when you,Kevin,Matt,and Brad all got together and had fun it was so great to see all you boys (now) men growing up,,,,will miss you Brian,,love you. Gone but not forgotten.
Judy reamer. I will always remember the words of encouragement you gave to me. They seem to come when I needed them the most I will miss you. May you be one ofGods shinning stars
You always had such good words for us when we felt down. I will miss you always. My your be a star in the sky to still brighten our days. Love you Brian
Brian, I have no words to truly express how deeply saddened I am, we are, to learn you are no longer here on Earth. You were part of our family, and a great friend to all who had the pleasure of knowing you. Your uncanny wit and charm kept all around you smiling! Your laughter echos through my thoughts as I think of your zest for life. We will never be the same without you but I take a little comfort in knowing you are no longer struggling with your inner demons. You are able to finally be at peace and watch over us from above. And for that, I thank you. You will never be forgotten.
Love ~ Brent, Misty, Maysa & Kyler
Remembering you is easy, I do it every day. But missing you is a heartache that just don't go away. Thoughts and prayers for Jan, Kevin and Dave. love you. Grandma Mickey and Kenny
Love you, Nephew.
You found your Peace! Aunt Kim
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