OBITUARY

Brian Lee Budd

October 15, 1955October 11, 2021

Brian Lee Budd, age 65, of Columbus, Indiana passed away on Monday, October 11, 2021. Brian was born October 15, 1955 in Columbus, Indiana.

Brian is survived by his brother Kevin Budd (Kate) of Chagrin Falls, Ohio.

Also surviving are two nieces. Mr. Budd was preceded in death by his parents, John E. and Mildred L. (Dietrich) Budd; and an infant sister, Dana Rae Budd.

Brian will be laid to rest in Garland Brook Cemetery, 501 N. Gladstone Ave., Columbus, IN.

Contributions in Brian's memory may be made to Habitat for Humanity, 101 West Ohio St., Suite 2000, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204, https://www.habitatindiana.org/.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.hathaway-myers.com for the Budd family.

  • FAMILY

  • Kevin Budd (Kate), Brother
  • Also surviving are two nieces. Mr. Budd was preceded in death by his parents, John E. and Mildred L. (Dietrich) Budd; and an infant sister, Dana Rae Budd.

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Larry Pushor

October 16, 2021

Brian and I were born the same year and went to high school together. I haven’t seen him since then. I see he never married and lived and worked in Columbus. He sure didn’t have that long hair in high school. See you down at the end of the Road directly my Friend.

John Dingledy

October 14, 2021

Will miss the Buddman stopping by every so often to chat or me popping in on him from time to time. I’d been cruising-by his house lately trying to catch him at home. Alas, no more talks. A good guy who will be missed by many. Rest In Peace Brian.

Charlie Morris

October 13, 2021

Brian, thanks for the memories, stories, and your general calming attitude you showed us all at work. You showed us that nothing was worth worrying about and to just do your best and everything will be alright. A more easy going, well liked Co worker could not be found you will be sorely missed. Rest easy my friend check on us from time to time and watch your horse races from above

Michael Hollin

October 13, 2021

B Bubb, Thanks for the knowledge, Thanks for covering my vacation hours for the past 7 years, Thanks for being the person that you were, you are missed, go to the light, but look in on the team from time to time.

Frank Nieman

October 13, 2021

The talks of the tracks and of people we knew at one time or another will always be remembered. Rest easy, it'll be alright.

Heather Gere

October 12, 2021

B Budd
You will be missed dearly. All your stories and all of our small talks will be missed.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY