Sandor “Alex” Gozon

In memory of Sandor “Alex” Gozon, 47, born June 14, 1976, who passed on April 7, 2024. He was born in Budapest, Hungary, and gone too soon in Amarillo, Texas.

Alex immigrated to New York City, from Hungary where he lived for seven years before moving to Maui, Hawaii. There is where he met BriAnne Taylor, the love of his life in 2007. Married on August 11th, 2008, they shared a beautiful life full of adventure and love. Traveling from destination to destination, Alex and Bri shared a wonderful life. Alex loved photography, painting and fashion. Alex loved hard and with passion. He was the kindest, most loving, generous and humorous man. His laugh could light up the room.

Alex’s brain cancer journey started on October 11, 2007, and ended on April 7, 2024. Although this never hindered his bright spirit. He was strong, powerful, a fighter and unstoppable. He was Gozon Sandor.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Sandor Gozon and Edit Balogh; his maternal grandparents, Sandor Balogh, and Edit Racz; his paternal grandparents, Janos Gozon and Vinceller Julianna, and his grandmother, Nelda (Meme) Taylor.

Survivors include, his wife, BriAnne Taylor Gozon; his fur babies, Lexie and Lila; his sister, Edit Gozon; his beloved nephews, Csaba Toponary and Norbi Toponary; mother-in-law, Robin Taylor; his father-in-law, Monte Taylor and wife Pamela; a brother-in-law, Rusty Taylor; a sister-in law, Amanda Taylor; a sister-in-law, Niki Taylor and husband Blaine Bearman, and his nieces Jordan Howard and Chelsea and Riley Bearman. He is also survived by his grandfather, Donald Taylor, and wonderful aunts, uncles and cousins.

Alex’s family and friends will gather for a private celebration of his life at 2:00 p.m. April 21, 2024.

Any floral donations can be delivered to 5404 While A Way Rd. Amarillo, Tx 79109.


  1. Péter Györfi

    I will never forget the great times we spent together at school. He was a selfless person who paid attention to everyone. The greatest fighter. I’m with you my dear FRIEND!!! Peti🖤🖤🖤

  2. Janet Kelly

    Praying for you all as you navigate this time of sorrow. May our precious Heavenly Father hold you in His arms and bring you comfort as only he can. 💜

  3. Laurie

    I remember meeting Alex and BriAnne in an airport lounge as we awaited our flight to NYC. They were traveling from Hawaii to N.Y. to see a specialist. We stayed in touch and visited them the next time my husband and I were in Hawaii. Alex had a beautiful spirit and I’m so glad that BriAnne and Alex had the time they had together. Holding him and BriAnne in my heart.

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