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Justin Daniel Borrelli Spencerport: Loving son born August 27th, 1991 to Kelly and Jim Borrelli left this earth to meet Jesus and be in heaven with his maternal grandparents, Dorothy and Anthony Thomas, paternal grandmother, Lilly Borrelli and uncles, Dan and Joe Thomas that he loved so much. He leaves behind his parents, Kelly Thomas-Borrelli (Bill Johnson), James (Marianna) Borrelli; paternal grandfather, Thomas Borrelli; Little sister, Brianna, Big brother, Jimmy, and Jason Borrelli; “like a sister and brother” Anthony, Annmarie and Daniel Thomas, many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. He graduated from Bishop Kearney High School and went on to earn his bachelor’s degree from Fredonia State where he was a beloved Brother #392 to many in the Delta Chi Fraternity. Justin loved his family deeply, his animals, music, art, life and adventure. He had a nature you could not help loving and heart of gold. He made friends easily and was true to each and every one of them. We celebrate his life, accomplishments and 28th birthday on Tuesday August 27th 9:30 AM at St Lawrence Church. Private Entombment. For more information and to sign his online guestbook, visit www.meesonfamily.com

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  1. I love you, Justin. Thank you for being my best friend, motivation, big brother, role model and confidant all in one. Every day I have thanked God for giving me the gift of a brother like you. Thank you for always keeping me going and teaching me never to take things too seriously. I am so incredibly proud to be your sister

    I love you with all my heart.

  2. I never know what I’m going to get when I ask sixth graders to write poetry. Justin’s poetry project was all about his dogs and how much he loved them. May the care and love of those around you provide comfort and peace. My most sincere condolences.

  3. Justin May God cover you with all His Love and you Rest Easy.
    To the Family…I am so very sorry for your Loss. May God give you the strength
    to carry on. Praying for the Family

  4. We could always pick up where we left off no matter how long it was and no matter where we were in our lives. I will never forget the friendship we had and I will always call you my brother. Until we meet again, I love you my brother.

  5. Kelly and Family, I am truly heartbroken for you all and while I cannot imagine what you are going through, I am praying for Peace and Love for you.
    With Sincere Sympathy
    Liz Kuebler ( Sooz)

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