Brian Ok. “Orney” Orndorf, 56, of Lock Haven, rests after a heroic battle with most cancers on Sunday, September 25, 2022, at Mount Nittany Medical Middle, State Faculty.
Born in Lock Haven on April 25, 1966, he was the son of Howard’s Jack S. and Eva I (Streck) Orndorff.
He married the previous Phyllis C. Poorman in 2001.
Brian was a self-employed building employee.
Brian had an timeless love for his grandchildren, which led him by means of his 10-year battle with most cancers.
Brian was an avid outsider with a selected love for looking, fishing, tenting and music, particularly the Beetle.
As a graduate of State Faculty Space Excessive College, the category of 1984, Bryan developed a powerful ardour for wrestling and soccer, which led to lifelong friendships along with his classmates and fellow wrestlers.
Brian was honored within the spring of 2022 “The Orney Gathering.”
He had a tremendous capability to search out happiness, it doesn’t matter what life threw him.
Brian will probably be drastically missed by all these he had the pleasure of realizing.
Survivors are his mother and father; his spouse; Lock Haven’s two daughters, Bethany (Eric) Heaton, and Laura Orndorff-Darby of Tuscan, Ariz.; three sons, Roy (Keshia) Ordorf of Seaside Creek, Shane Ordorf of State Faculty, and Steven Leach of Pittsburgh; 4 grandchildren, Alison, Tal, Kayla Joe and Grayson; two sisters, Kelly (Scott) Williams, of Nice Hole, and Jodi (John) Ordorf Thompson, of State Faculty; and a brother of Lock Haven, Larry (Laura) Ordorff.
He’s additionally survived by his nieces and nephews, Sydney, Zach, Hailey, Todd, Matt, Leah and Rachel.
He died earlier than the demise of his beloved canine Rocky.
The funeral service will probably be held on Saturday, October 1, 2022 at 2 p.m. at Helt Funeral Chapel, 232 Hogan Blvd., Mill Corridor, attended by Pastor Mark E. Riley would be the caretaker.
Pals and family members will probably be welcome on the chapel from 2 pm onwards.
The household wish to thank all of the medical professionals and employees who have been concerned in taking such nice care of Brian all through his battle.
Memorial contribution could also be made to the American Most cancers Society, (Clinton Unit), 1948 E. Third St., Williamsport, PA 17701.
Intervention will probably be personal. Condolences may be despatched on-line at MaxwellHelt.com.