Brian Sinusas, 34, had family in New ...

Brian Sinusas, 34, had family in New Milford

There are 5 comments on the story from Aug 8, 2008, titled Brian Sinusas, 34, had family in New Milford. In it, reports that:

Brian Joseph Sinusas, 34, of Woodhaven, N.Y., died July 19, 2008, at Mount Sinai Hospital after a battle with silicosis.

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Tracy Nevins

New Milford, CT

#1 Dec 12, 2008
May God Bless you and be with you your first Christmas in heaven Brian. We all miss you very much-this hasn't been an easy time for anyone.
I truly hope that people in the trades can learn from what happened to you-please America always wear respirators when you are working with dust of any kind. My dear brother died an unnecessary death-our family will never be the same without my brother.
If your employer doesn't furnish you with protective equipment or educate you about it's proper use-which was the case with Brian, report them to OSHA. They are breaking the law and causing you irreversable lung damage.

God bless my dear brother.
Tracy Nevins

New Milford, CT

#2 May 29, 2009
Brother, as the anniversary nears for when you returned to our father-everyone is very sad. Mom is not doing well. The girls are very heartbroken. John visited you yesterday. For me, so many things left unsaid, and undone. I know you are no longer suffering, but those you left behind are. You will always be missed-moreso than you every probably thought.

Your sister.
Tracy Nevins

New Milford, CT

#3 Nov 19, 2009
The holidays are never going to be the same without you Brian. I will fight the good fight to make sure that things are made "right." Thanksgiving always makes me think of you--you always loved to eat. I miss you everyday..wish I had the opportunity to be a better sister. I know I will see you again one over us during the holidays and always...we'll need it.

Miss you,
Your sister.
Tracy Nevins

New Milford, CT

#4 Dec 21, 2009
I don't understand how this Christmas seems worse to me than the last-maybe because I am realizing that this is really perminant. You're not going to walk through the door and say, "Hello!" No presents to buy for you-although I've seen things that you'd like. It hurts a lot to not have you here-especially now. I just hope you know..I think that would be the worst thing of all...for you not to have know.

Merry Christmas Brian.
Tracy Nevins

New Milford, CT

#5 Dec 31, 2009
I can't believe that in less than two hours, it will be 2010-and you'll be gone this July two years. I think the longest I had ever gone without seeing you was maybe three weeks. I truly hope that, on this New Year's Eve, as I sit thinking about you that you are in a wonderful place, you are with family, feel like a million bucks, are eating wonderful things and have forgiven me for the times I was less than a good sister. Always look over us-I know you are always there...sometimes laughing your ass off-I'm sure.

I love you very much and miss you more.
Your sister.

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