Brian Anderson

September 04, 1971 ‒ July 10, 2017

Delaware, Ohio

Brian Anderson, 45, of Delaware, passed away on Monday, July 10, 2017 at his residence.

Brian was born on September 4, 1971 in Chicago, IL, son of David L. Anderson of Loveland, OH and Doris J. Pike of Evansville, IN.  He grew up in Milford, OH, where he was a 1989 graduate of the Milford High School.  He furthered his studies by attending Harding University and The Ohio State University.  Brian had lived in Delaware for the past two years, coming from Columbus where he lived for 20 years.  He was employed by Mid Ohio Tools in Hilliard for many years.  Brian was a huge Buckeye’s fan and was a member of The Ohio State University Alumni Organization.  He loved the game of golf and also traveling.  He was a weather fanatic and loved snow and traveled to Colorado.  He once took a trip to Buffalo to see the deep snow amounts.  His german shepherd named Avery was important to him.

In addition to his parents that survive him is his loving daughter, Kacey Anderson of Gahanna; brother, Daniel (Regena) Anderson of Canal Winchester; sisters, Amy Bartley of Lakewood Ranch, FL and Sarah (Brandon) Butler of Mendenhall, Mississippi; and numerous nieces and nephews.

A private service will be held at a later date.

The Snyder Rodman Funeral Center, Delaware, is honored to serve the family of Brian Anderson.

Memorial contributions may be given to: Delaware County Humane Society, 4920 OH-37, Delaware, OH 43015.

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  • Sending sincere condolences to the Anderson family. May the God of all comfort strengthen you for the days to come, 2 Corinthians 1:3,4

  • Going to miss you BA. We had some good times over the years and you were always a caring considerate person. I hope you are at peace bro, but you will be missed. Team fitness for life bro!

  • My sympathies over the loss of Brian. Please know that the pain and loss you’re experiencing will soon pass and be replaced with wonderful memories. The comfort from the scriptures can help during this difficult time. John 5:28, 29, “the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life.” Knowing that we can see our loved ones again in a future paradise can give us real hope. My condolences, Dave.