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Zechar Bailey Funeral Home

1499 N Broadway PO Box 337, Greenville, OH

OBITUARY

Brian Douglas Stewart

September 4, 1968January 11, 2020

Brian D. Stewart, age 51 of Greenville, Ohio passed away unexpectedly at his home, on January 11, 2020. Born in Dayton, Ohio on September 4, 1968 he was one of 2 children to Roger & Ruth (Bedinghaus) Stewart. He was a Franklin Monroe High School graduate, class of 1986. He was a proud United States Air Force veteran, and had served his country as an aircraft technician for 7 years, including during Desert Storm. He got to travel all over the world, and spent a lot of time overseas. Brian had worked for GTI as a Senior Technician for 25 years. In his free time he enjoyed watching Cleveland Browns football games, Ohio State Buckeye football games, and Cincinnati Reds baseball games. He will truly be missed.

Brian is survived by his parents, Roger & Ruth Stewart: children Jonathan & Amanda Stewart; Madelyn Stewart: grandchildren Lily Stewart; Damien Stewart: sister Lisa & Jeff Burrell: nephew Cole Burrell: niece Paige Burrell: as well as many more friends and family members.

There are no services for Brian, per his wishes. Arrangements entrusted to Zechar Bailey Funeral Home, Greenville, Ohio. Memorial contributions may be made to the Diabetes Foundation, in his honor. Online sympathies www.zecharbailey.com.

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PAUL BEDINGHAUS

January 16, 2020

WE KNOW WHAT IT IS LIKE TO LOSE A SON AND THE PAIN YOU ARE GOING THRU SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS . IF YOU NEED ANYTHING LET US KNOW ..PAUL AND DIANE

Brenda Laney

January 16, 2020

I will never forget the fun times and laughs we shared at work and outside of work. You will truly be missed by those who knew you. My condolences to the family during this difficult time.

Christan Penny

January 14, 2020

I remember Brian from school. He was in my brothers class. He was always a nice guy. He always had a Smile and Laughter to share . My thoughts are with his Family. Rest In Peace.

Nonnie MYERS

January 14, 2020

I am so sad to hear of Brian's passing. He was in my class at FM and we had a lot of great times and good memories. He was always a truly nice person and a wonderful guy. His sister Lisa is so sweet as well. I am praying for peace and strength for Brian's family and I am glad Brian has found his peace. Love, Nonnie (Warner) Myers

Lori Woodie

January 14, 2020

My heart is saddened to hear we have lost a classmate and a friend. Brian will be missed by those who knew him.
My prayers are with the family for the pain to be eased by the Lords spirit.
Rest In Peace Brian, and enjoy your rebirth with our creator for everlasting life.

pete dorton

January 14, 2020

I'm so sad to hear about Brian! He was a good guy who I shared some good laughs with. I'm glad I have some great memories of Brian. He will be missed!

Doug Gantt

January 13, 2020

I remember Brian coming to F-M in elementary. We got in a fight and after that we became friends, I even had stayed at his house a few times. We drifted apart as we got older and as some classmates went to JVS. I'll always remember the fun we had when we were younger. My thoughts and prayers to the family during this difficult time.

Maddi Stewart

January 13, 2020

I love you so much. I hope you’re happy and pain free. I will never forget you or anything you did for me. Rest In Peace daddy ❤️

rita neff

January 13, 2020

Brian you will be missed. You always made me laugh! I hope you have found the peace you couldn't find here. Much Love!!

justin kopplin

January 13, 2020

I worked with Brian for a few years. Many disagreements were shared, many compromises were made. In the end, a friendship was developed. Brian was a truly a great guy and will be missed dearly.

FROM THE FAMILY