6/3/2020 – Brian D. Stone, Clayton

Mr. Brian D. Stone, 56, of Bald Rock Road, died Sunday, May 31st, at his residence.

There will be no calling hours or public service. A burial will be in the Depauville Cemetery.

Brian was born August 27th, 1963, in Jamestown, N.Y., the son of Kenneth and Susan Stone. He graduated from Jamestown Schools.

On July 3rd, 1993, Brian married the former Kathy Houghton. She passed away July 9th, 2011, at age 49.

He worked for a time at Ethan Allen Furniture, also Jefferson Concrete Corp. in Watertown, and later for Brandon Jones Construction in Clayton until becoming disabled.

Brian enjoyed gardening, his grandchildren, and relaxing with a few drinks.

Surviving besides his mother Mrs. Susan Thomas of Texas are three children, one daughter, Lyndsey Podkowka of Watertown, two sons, Dean of Rochester, and Joshua of Port Leyden; five grandchildren; two brothers; two sisters; nieces and nephews.

Donations can be made in his name to the Jefferson Country SPCA, 25056 Water Street, Watertown, N.Y. 13624.

Condolences can be made at trjetty.com


  1. Dale & Lisa Sullivan Posted

    We are so very sorry to learn of Brians passing..He was a dear friend to both my husband Dale & myself. We were great friends with both him & Cathy. We remember working with him at Ethan Allen & thats where our friendship began.. many, many years ago. He had a big heart, and was very laid back. His love was targeted at Cathy. They shared many years together, & when Cathy passed, a piece of Brian did too. He became disabled, and didnt want to accept help from people. We visited as much as we could, & he did his best to have a good time, but we knew his heart was heavy with loneliness without Cathy. We will miss him immensly, & we hope he knew how much he meant to us.. We will think of him often. God bless him

  2. Marilyn Callaghan Posted

    I am so sorry to hear about Brian. When Brian and Kathy lived in Port Leyden, we did things together. They joined my family with Lyndsey and David joined us for Thanksgiving dinner. I visited them a few times in Clayton after they moved. I will cherish the memories. Jeanne Callaghan

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