GoFundMe, Brian Tarabori, Galeton, Pa, dies of Covid complications at 51

By | December 16, 2021

Brian Tarabori death – cause of death – Galeton, Pa: Brian Tarabori, 51-year-old, of Galeton, Pennsylvania, a paramedic at UPMC Wellsboro, and a member of the NRA, passed away on Sunday, December 12, 2021, at UPMC Williamsport due to complications of COVID-19., after two weeks battle in the ICU. Brian and his wife, Ariane were diagnosed with Covid and has been in the hospital fighting for their life. Brian passed away but while his wife is still fighting.

Born  Brian N. TaraBori, on September 7, 1970, in Wellsboro, he was a beloved son of Jan G. and Debra (VanGorder) TaraBori. He was a paramedic at UPMC Wellsboro, he was also a member of the NRA. He got married to Ariane Myers, on June 27, 2014, in Wellsboro. They were blessed with two adorable daughters Caitlin and Bailey TaraBori. He was also a beloved brother to Aaron TaraBori. He is survived by his wife, his parents, two daughters, a brother, and several aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Brittany Seal created a fundraiser account on November 30, 2021, to raise funds for Brian’s family to assist with expenses. The GoFundMe account with the set goal of $5000 has raised $11,485with 23 donations. To assist the family click on GoFundMe

Brittany made a statement on the fundraising account that read: “Brian and Ariane Tarabori are very sick and in the hospital, with the same disease, they have battled in the field for the last year. With Brian in critical condition and Ariane more stable, but making small improvements, their time in the hospital has no end date and their medical expenses are climbing. With no end in sight, it is another concern that unfortunately takes a front seat, when all these two and their family should be focused on is their recovery.”

On Monday, December 13, 2021, Brittany updated the fundraising account with the news of Brian passing which says: Friends, it is with the heaviest of hearts that, with the family’s consent, we must inform you that after a long hard fight Brian has passed away.”

A celebration of Brian’s life will be held in the spring. Memorial contributions may be made to the Goodyear Hose Company, 87 Sherman St., Galeton, PA 16922, or to the Gale Hose Ambulance Association, 2 Union St., Galeton, PA 16922.