Brian T. Jesus, 35, of Hudson, MA, passed on Tuesday, January 23, 2024, in Hartford, CT.
Brian was born on August 18, 1988, in Worcester, MA, to parents his Joao S. Jesus and Filomena T. (Tavares) Jesus of Hudson, MA.
Brian leaves his loving parents Joao and Filomena; his aunt Luisa Serpa of Portugal; his uncles Antonio Jesus of Portugal, and Jose Jesus of Portugal; his Godmother Anna Andrade and her husband Armindo of Hudson, MA; as well as many cousins, other relatives, and friends.
Brian was a lifelong resident of Hudson, MA. He graduated from Hudson High School in 2006. He was a devout Catholic parishioner at Saint Michael Parish in Hudson.
Brian was a dedicated worker, having worked as a crane operator for Mills Used Auto Parts from 2006-2018, as well as working for S&F Concrete in Hudson from 2018 until his passing. In his free time, Brian loved working out and if he wasn’t at the gym you would catch him around town riding his mountain bike. He enjoyed his frequent trips to Portugal to visit his family and friends, as well as family events – specifically, spending time with his cousins.
Brian was loving and compassionate. Always looking for the good in people and how he could best help them in a time of need so much so that he ignored his own needs. His struggle was long and hard for him, and had many good years, he tried so very hard to get himself to a good spot again and sadly never made it. May god have the gates of heaven open and his arms waiting to receive him as he is well deserved for an entrance into heaven. We will miss him trememdously and our hearts are shattered from this loss. One of Brians last words were ‘’don’t worry about me I’ll be okay” for now we say good-bye until we meet again..We all love you!!
Calling hours for Brian will be held on Tuesday, January 30, 2024, from 4pm-7pm, at Tighe Hamilton Funeral Home, 50 Central Street, Hudson, MA. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Wednesday, January 31, 2024, at 10am, at Saint Michael Parish, 21 Manning Street, Hudson, MA; followed by a procession to Saint Michael Cemetery, 278 Cox Street, Hudson, MA.