Brian Anthony Beyreuther

September 3, 1973May 9, 2019

Brian A. Beyreuther-age 45

Loving husband, father, brother, son, and friend died unexpectedly. Brian is survived by his wife and two children. A celebration of his life will be held at New Hope Church in Lorton, VA, beginning at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, May 18, 2019. In lieu of flowers, monetary donations to support Brian's widow and children would be appreciated.


  • Memorial Service Saturday, May 18, 2019


Brian Anthony Beyreuther

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Robert (Bobby) Lebron

May 16, 2019

BB I will miss you my brother. We had known each other for many years at work and share lots of stories and memories of our kids and family.

Valerie Anderson

May 16, 2019

I was a former co-worker with Brian at AFMS and we kept in touch. He was one of those individual who made it so easy to talk to especially when talking about his daughters. We shared the growing stages that daughters go through and the particular activities they liked and how they are definitely Daddy's girls. I could see that joy his face. He was always helpful and didn't mind finding the time to help with computer issues that got too complicated for me. I am thinking of his family and wishing them hope in the midst of sorrow, comfort in the midst of pain. I thank God in every remembrance of him.

Richard Formica

May 16, 2019

I am so sorry for this tragic loss and extend sincere condolences to Jennifer and the girls, and to Brian's Family, friends, and colleagues.

I knew Brian as a fellow CALIBRE employee and from my role at the Army Force Management School. Brian was a wonderful man, devoted to his Family and a terrific co-worker, dedicated and professional in his work.

Words cannot ease the pain or relieve the burden that his Family bears, but Diane and I will hold you in our prayers. We pray that God will comfort you and give you peace and strength.

Dick Formica

Raquel Blake

May 15, 2019

Brian and I worked together at the Army Force Management School. Brian was a wonderful person who never told anyone “no”, he always managed to help everyone who needed his help and I was one to need A LOT of help! He always had a solution for almost any problem and if he didn’t, he’d find it, that’s just who he was. Brian would always come in to work showing us the pens he'd made the days before and it's amazing what a great artist can turn a piece of wood into, I was pretty impressed. Brian was awesome at many things and took pride in everything he did, but I think he was the most proud of was his daughters. He would speak highly of them and say how proud of them he was. I don't think there's anything he wouldn't ever do for them. That's what made him an even better person. Brian became more than a colleague, he became my friend and a great one at that! His witty remarks and his good comebacks and awesome sense of humor will be missed, but all the good times and memories will remain. During this difficult time I pray you all find comfort and healing for the days and months to come.

Warren Greer

May 15, 2019

So hard to find the words in face of such a tragic loss. Brian was a great guy and a pleasure to work with. There was nothing he would not do to help out a co-worker, and I gave him many opportunities to exercise this skill! He loved his Mustangs, and he would absolutely beam when talking about his girls. When I retired from AFMS 4 years ago, people at the luncheon put down things to put on my bucket list. Brian wrote to my wife "Please allow Warren to buy a new 2015 Ford Mustang GT. He deserves it now." I did not buy that car. But maybe the time is right now. Life is too short. Much too short. God bless and keep you and your family.

Terry Thompson

May 14, 2019

I knew Brian for 6 months at the Army Force Management School and he was a great guy to be around. Not a day went by that we didn't pass each other in the hallway and say hello or good morning to each other. He helped me out a lot and I am truly blessed to have known him. I send thoughts and prayers to the Beyreuther family during this difficult time. May Brian's memory live forever as I know he had a positive influence in my short time knowing him that will forever have a positive impact.

Joann Stalsworth

May 14, 2019

I worked with Brian for about 6 years at the Army Force Management School. I just want to say that he will be missed by all. He was truly a great person to be around and to work with. We would have a few conversations about his girls and how they are growing up and some of the experiences they are going through, as my girls are much older, he would ask "is it normal" for them to.. You and your family are in my prayers.

Danny (DJ) Johnson

May 14, 2019

I started working with Brian over 4 years ago here at the Army Force Management School. We worked together keeping the A/V equipment running here at the school. We hit it off from day one! We collaborated on many projects together and enjoyed a lot of laughs, lunches, and fun with our coworkers. He always loved to talk about his girls and that Mustang of his. I am not much of a car person myself, but I learned a lot about cars because of Brian. He was a joy to work with and really, really cared about the school. He would always go the extra mile to get whatever needed to get done...done! Due to construction here at AFMS, we shared an office together and it was just GREAT! I will really miss those morning talks about the latest TV shows, movies, or what we did over the weekend. He was a real joy to be around and I will miss him very much. He supported me and backed me with many decisions concerning the A/V dept here at the school. I will always have a grateful heart for knowing him, he was a true blessing to me to be around.

Larissa Ginty

May 13, 2019

I worked with Brian for the past several years at the Army Force Management School. Brian was a quiet professional. He was very helpful and so nice to be around. You never had to wonder if he carried through on what he was supposed to do, because it was always done, and done right. He never had excuses, but always had answers. I truly enjoyed working with Brian - he will be missed.
He made the best buffalo chicken dip for the annual Christmas lunch - and served it with Chicken in a Biscuit crackers. I would wait all year just for that dip, then had to be kicked out of the room for sneaking in and eating it before the lunch... He was very talented in many things. He made these beautiful pens. You could see the pride in his workmanship when he showed people the pens.
He loved his girls. You could see the joy on his face when they were with him. I loved going into his office to see the latest drawing that they would leave for him on his white board.

God bless you all. You will forever be in my prayers.

Lee Osberry

May 13, 2019

I worked with Brian at the schoolhouse for about six months. He was a very down to earth, standup, and just amazing person. He was one of the few people I've ever known that exemplifies the saying, ' he would give you the shirt off his back' if he knew it would help. The world is truly at a loss when we lose people like him. For the family please take comfort in knowing that Brian was a man of honor and he is now boundless in the arms of God. I am so sorry for you loss, and you all will be in my prayers.

Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted. - Matthew 5:4