Brian Fredrick Waterhouse

April 21, 1952June 23, 2019

WATERHOUSE, Brian Fredrick, 67, passed away peacefully at his home in Miamisburg on June 23, 2019. Brian was born in Dayton and lived in Miamisburg for the past 35 years. Brian was a loving, caring and devoted husband and father.

A successful business owner, Brian was one of the founders of Midwest Fasteners, Inc. He was an extremely motivated man with an unmatched work ethic. He started his career as a certified mechanic in the early 70’s, he was known as a jack of all trades. Brian was a lifelong motorcycle and sports car enthusiast. He loved to work on, and build, motorcycles and go on cross-country bike trips. He was a daredevil, he skydived, took flying lessons (did a solo) and loved dirt bike riding.

Brian was preceded in death by his mother Margaret (Street) Waterhouse, 1988, his father Andrew Waterhouse, 2011, and his brother Kenneth Waterhouse, 2009.

He is survived by his wife of 40 years Brenda (Turner) Waterhouse, son Brian A Waterhouse (Cassandra) daughter Angela (Waterhouse) Sutton (Jay) and Daughter Tracie (Walther) Candela. He is also survived by (8) grandchildren, (2) great grandchildren and (2) siblings; brother Scott Waterhouse and sister Andrea Grey. He also leaves behind several nieces, nephews and numerous life-long friends. Brian was compassionate and impacted many lives, he was loved, respected and will be deeply missed by family and friends.

Graveside services will be held Thursday June 27, 2019 at 11am at Miami Valley Memory Gardens, 1639 E. Lytle 5 points Rd, Centerville, OH 45458. Flowers may be sent to the cemetery.


  • Graveside Service Thursday, June 27, 2019


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July 5, 2019

RIP Old Friend We Had Good Memory;s Growing Up.

Nancy Andrews

July 4, 2019

Sorry for your loss. Sympathy to you, your family and friends.
Nancy and Garry Andrews

Tony Parker

June 27, 2019

RIP Brian. I loved you like a father we had many good times together may God take care of you now while we wait to see you on the other side. I love you my friend

Gay Gay Nace

June 26, 2019

I am so sorry to hear about Brian. I went to grade school with him and I thought he was such a sweet person.

Susie Mulholland (cowic )

June 26, 2019

I remember Brian from grade school, we were grade school sweethearts. He was always alot of fun ,& kind. I remember playing darts in his basement ( loved that big yellow house) about 7 or 8th grade. I threw a dart before he could get his hand out of the way & hit his pinky & that dart stuck too. !!! My gosh i was so embarrassed &truly sorry, that pinky bled so much, scared me to death. But he was ok, & he still liked me !!!! Ri.p. now Brian, no more pain, no more disease, just a beautiful angel now watching over your family & friends. Susie (cowic) Mulholland

Gary Jestice

June 25, 2019

Brian was a very good friend. We rode together and shared many conversations and laughs . He was SPECIAL and definitely one of a kind. I'll miss him. And and so will his many friends. R.I.P. My friend.