Brian Seczko

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Brian’s Memorial Service will be viewable below:

Brian Alan Seczko was born on February 13, 1967, in Grand forks, North Dakota. He passed away at the age of 55 years old on Friday, November 4, 2022.

He most recently resided in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota. He had a great sense of humor and was extremely witty. He was a unique, fun-loving person. He enjoyed collecting vintage vehicles, guitars, bicycles, snowmobiles, and anything else that caught his eye. He always kept life interesting.

He was a loved, son, father, grandfather, uncle, brother, and friend.

He is preceded in death by his grandparents, Richard (Diddy) and Margaret Quesnell and Ray and Virginia Seczko.

He is survived by his son, David Sauvageau (Katie), parents, Andrea and Gary Seczko, sisters, Amy Miller, Laura Pitschka, and Alexia Stein (Tony), nephews, Chase Pitschka, Mason Miller and Hudson Stein, nieces, Taylor Pitschka, Nora and Halle Stein, grandchild, Leola Sauvageau and 2 very special aunts, Janet Sherette and Barb Colby. He also leaves behind too many friends to list around the Fargo and Detroit Lakes area.

Brian was known for his enormous heart and listening ear while working at Sanford as a CNA for twenty plus years. While there, he was always willing to work an extra shift to help a colleague and go the extra mile for a patient.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to Gift of Life, 705 2nd St. SW, Rochester, Mn. 55902 or Fix It Forward Ministry at 2620 2nd Ave. N. #B, Moorhead, Mn. 56560.


Visitation - Saturday: November 12, 2022 1:00 pm

Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center
123 10th Street
Fargo, North Dakota 58103


Memorial Service - Saturday: November 12, 2022 2:00 pm

Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center
123 10th Street
Fargo, North Dakota 58103


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  1. Condolences to Brian’s family. We had a lot of fun times all the way through school and I will always remember him as one of my best childhood friends.

  2. I am so sorry for your loss. Brian was one of my best friends! I will always love him. I hope you know he is no longer suffering and sitting at the feet of Jesus!

  3. My Deepest Sympathy to the Seczko Family on the passing of Brian ……He was a “FINE YOUNG MAN”! May he RIP!

  4. Brian was the kindest, most hardworking man. I had the pleasure of working with him for many years and he was always the first to offer assistance. I will never forget his smile and fun personality. He was so great to me and to my son, Zane. You will be missed Brian. My love to you and your family. Always.

  5. My condolences to all of the Seczko family. Growing up in North Fargo it was virtually impossible to not be involved with Brian, Amy and Laura in some fashion. I pray that the family can find peace knowing that he is in a better place. I will keep you in prayers as you grieve the loss of your brother, son, and father. God Bless.

  6. I was one of the nurses who worked with Brian on TCU. He was a class act, a leader, very kind, caring and respectful. He was humble and kind- he touched so many lives and improved the well-being of so many of us. We were so glad to see him show up on any shift as he made work delightful, fun and compassionate all at the same time. . Privileged knowing you and working with you Brian. God Bless. Brenda

  7. Laura and family, I’m saddened to hear about the loss of your brother. Michael Jackson’s song GONE TOO SOON seems very appropriate. He had to have been a fantastic brother and I know this is difficult to believe. May you treasure his memories in your heart to remind you that he will always be around you. Hugs.

  8. Our thoughts and prayers are with Brian and his loved ones- RIP Brian. You will be missed. Cathie Lein-Bohn

  9. We have lots of incredible memories with Brian growing up. A lot of “firsts” as kids. We camped in backyards, rode bikes around town after midnight, and eventually cruised through town ( in his green pinto) listening to Rush and many other bands.
    My favorite story with Brian entailed a strobe light and a Christmas wrapping paper tube.
    May he Rest In Peace. Much love to you all.

  10. We and others had the most interesting and adventurous times with Brian, I became a CNA, from encouragement from Brian, I enjoyed all interests and hobby with him.
    I kept in contact with him for close to 25 years, while I was traveling around.
    But, I’ll never miss him cause he’ll be with me always, like when I d be in a different state, I’d laugh to myself, about things we did, or I did, that only close close friends could tell each other. Physically ill miss him, but mentally he’ll always be with me.

  11. I worked with Brian on TCU for many years . We had so much fun and I enjoyed his friendship so much . One of my favorite people in the world . Rest is peace Brian

  12. I knew Brian for over twenty years. We worked together at the hospital–although it didn’t feel like work when he was around. Shifts were a whole lot easier when Brian was on, and we were swapping movie quotes, or he was imitating coworkers. I still miss that. Rest in Peace my friend.

  13. Brian was definitely one of a kind, and could always find a way to make you smile. He was extremely witty and could come up with the most clever jokes. Brian was always the fun uncle who was always willing to play around and be goofy. I have so many great memories that I will carry forever. You will truly be missed.

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