BRENDAN EDWARD FEENEY
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BRENDAN EDWARD FEENEY Brendan Edward Feeney, a longtime resident of Las Vegas, passed away on August 15, 2020. Brendan was born in Las Vegas on July 8, 1968 to William and Belinda Feeney. After graduation from Valley High School, he worked in the family business, E & M Industrial Hardware. During the past 25 years Brendan worked for several automotive groups. He dealt in many aspects of the industry from sales, to service and upper management. His knowledge and dedication to work earned him a high respect from automobile dealerships and industry. Brendan loved his clients. He always went over and above to provide honest, reliable and courteous service to all his customers. Brendan was preceded in death by his father, William "Bill" Feeney. He is survived by his mother Belinda Crane Feeney, sister Alicia Feeney Pasqualotto (Anthony), nieces, Jillian and Carley Pasqualotto, aunt, Marie Feeney, uncle, James Feeney as well as many cousins. Brendan possessed a loving, caring, and charming personality. He was devoted to his family and friends and he enjoyed spending time helping others. He leaves behind a family who will dearly miss him but who are grateful for beautiful memories and the knowledge he is at peace with God. In lieu of flowers, the family appreciates donations made in Brendan's memory to benefit animal rescue: Vegas Roots Rescue, 6070 S. Eastern Ave., Suite 270, Las Vegas, NV 89119. A memorial service and a celebration of Brendan's life will be scheduled at a later date.



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Published in Las Vegas Review-Journal on Sep. 6, 2020.
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September 18, 2020
I’ve been struggling with what to write... Brendan was my first love. He was funny, charming, intelligent, loving-so many things, but most of all he was my family. (My nephew was even named after him.) For over 40 years of my life he was always there for me and I for him. Since he’s been gone, he’s been in communicating with me is his way (always a prankster) and I’m so thankful for that. There are so many memories and inside jokes (“I said, I know that!) and he’s keeping them going. I wish he was still here but I know he’s better off now.

Beeb, you are always in my heart.
Jen
September 18, 2020
I’ve been struggling with what to write... Brendan was my first love. He was funny, charming, intelligent, loving-so many things, but most of all he was my family. (My nephew was even named after him.) For over 40 years of my life he was always there for me and I for him. Since he’s been gone, he’s been in communicating with me is his way (always a prankster) and I’m so thankful for that. There are so many memories and inside jokes (“I said, I know that!) and he’s keeping them going. I wish he was still here but I know he’s better off now.

Beeb, you are always in my heart.
Jen
September 12, 2020
My Brother Scott used to hang out with Brendan when they were kids. Always a great kid. Growing up to be a great man. From our family to yours our sincere condolences for your loss.

The Flanigan Family
Jennifer Flanigan-Turner
Friend
September 10, 2020
R.I.P buddy we had some good times when we where younger. Im so sorry for your family..my prayers are with them. You will be missed
Kenneth Johnson
Friend
September 7, 2020
Brendan was one of my closest friends, The Godfather to my daughter and my brother, not by blood but by love. He was part of our family. I met Brendan through Joe in 1997. We hit it off immediately. We had the same interests and hobbies.
My fondest memories were at the MotoGP races at Laguna Seca. We went 4 years in a row from about 2009-2013. It was heaven. We had VIP passes and one year watched the start of the race from the pit wall. It was one of the only times I saw him totally relaxed. It was heaven. Even got a ride around the track in the pace car. We talked the Tuesday before he passed about those trips. We both missed them immensely.

About four years back he and I went to the drag races, just he and I. Although we had been going for years this was just he and I and in true Brendan fashion we got there beyond early. Waking the pits was awesome. He was the only jackass watching them fire a nitro motor without a gas mask. Five feet away surrounded by other fans wearing gas masks. I had to walk away. Eyes watering. Could not take a breath the fumes were so bad. Not him. He stayed the entire time and when he came over to find me after his eyes were watery and he said I love that smell.

I’m going to miss him terribly. The last few weeks have been very hard and I am so lucky to have known him. He was a special person. And I always thought he had the coolest voice. He did the best impersonation of my brother I have ever heard.

Over the last few years, I’ve talked to Brendan three to five times a week and saw him now and then, not often enough. Sometimes we would just make small talk and chat about cars or his job or mine. And other times we would talk for an hour or more. That was how long we talked on the Tuesday before he passed. We talked about life, how much he missed his Dad. About how much COVID sucked. About Formula 1 and about my family and what they were up to.

I’m so sorry for his family to have lost a son, a brother, an uncle, a nephew, a brother in law, a cousin.

I miss him, and at the same time am so happy to have known him. I’ll see you in Heaven my brother. Love you.
Randy Boynton
Friend
September 7, 2020
Brendan will be missed by so many. My heart aches. Rest In Peace dear friend.
Kari Jones
Friend
September 7, 2020
Brendan
I remember how we used to mess with each other in auto shop .. I let all the air out of your tires on that one Friday ... Then we both Got in the car business and we both were used car managers then you went to upper management as I also became a G S M with our Friend Robert .. Ill miss seeing you at the auction brother you are a class act my friend good times . I pray to God hoping you found and are getting the peace you so DERSERVE .May you watch over us all my friend .. God bless you and your entire family and most to your wonderful mother my heart goes out to her in this hard time .. may you sore in heaven my brother your free its been a crazy yr till we meet again brendan you will always be in my heart and in my thoughts ... R I P my Friend . Gregory Fidance
gregory fidance
Classmate
September 6, 2020
My Sweetest Brother,
I miss you immensely...More than you’ll ever know!! You’re in my heart, every thought, & all the memories we’ve been so blessed to have shared over the last 52 incredible years. I only wish we would have been able to have more time together here on earth before your departure, but God wanted and needed you home.
I know you are with me each day, as you always let me know in your special way, which brings a warm loving smile to my face and an immense comfort to my heart!! I know you are home safe now above and at peace along with Dad, Grandma, Grandpa, and all of our other loved ones that are now our Beautiful Angels in Heaven! How blessed are we to have so many Angels watching over us!! Thanks Be To God! I know you will always be there for us guarding, guiding and protecting us from above each and every day! Please especially watch over Mom & The Girls for me!! I know you will : ) Until the day God brings each of us home to once again be reunited My Sweetest Brother....I will hold you and your precious love for us, our most beautiful memories we’ve shared together, and the most incredible person that “I” was luckiest enough to call “My Little Brother” and be able to share my life with in the deepest part of my heart and soul!
Take Care My Beautiful Angel and Know My Immense Love For You Will Carry On In My Heart For All Eternity.
Rest In Peace My Sweet Brother..
Until we meet again.
All My Love,
Sis
Alicia Pasqualotto
Sister
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