Brian Keith Puskas

April 07, 1971 ‒ June 06, 2018

Sunbury, Ohio

Brian Keith Puskas, age 47, of Sunbury, died suddenly Wednesday, June 6, 2018 at Grady Memorial Hospital.  Aircraft Technician for Net Jets.  Member of the Big Walnut Conservation Club, Ohio Gun Collectors Assn. and the  NRA. Avid outdoorsman, fisherman, hunter and motorcyclist.  Brian always wanted to make everyone happy and loved his Starbucks.  Survived by wife of 10 years, Deanna L. Puskas; mother, Gwendolyn (Daniel) Sharp; father, John M. Puskas; younger brother, Barry (Lise) Puskas; step-sons, Jeffery L. and Kyle M. Drake; step-daughter, Lyndsey Vance; grandchildren, Brody, Kennadi, Jaxon and Varity; aunts, uncles, niece, nephews, cousins and grandparents in Ohio and Pennsylvania.  Memorial Service 6 PM Friday, June 15, 2018 at DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home, 637 N. State Route 61, (at SR 3) where friends may call from 4 PM until time of service.  Pastor Jay Jackson, Jr. officiating.  Private Family Interment.  In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the family c/o the funeral home in Brian’s memory.  DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home of Sunbury is honored to serve Brian’s  family.  Special memories and condolences can be shared with them at www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

  • My very deepest and heartfelt sympathy to family and friends. Brian was such a kind and caring person. He will be sadly missed by many. I had the pleasure of having him for my nephew, and keeping in touch with him on Facebook. I will always have that memory in my heart. Keeping you all in my prayers and that God will give you strength and comfort at this difficult time. RIP Brian ❤️

  • Although it has been a while since i’ve seen Brian. I had the privilege to know and grow up with him through my brother ( Asher Polster) and husband (Brian Denser. ) Brian was a really great guy, that had a smile and gentle spirit I will never forget. He was The one guy I always knew would help keep my brother in line when we were kids.
    I have many great memories of Brian and the good times we all spent together. May you gain strength from all of those who loved him and know that you are all in our prayers. Brian will be greatly missed, but will live on forever in our hearts.

  • Although I’ve never met you or your family, I am in your neighborhood and you have been in my thoughts. I’m so sorry for your loss. The neighbors in your community would like to help in any way. Please contact me and let me know what we can do to help.

  • Brian was such a gentle soul my kids and mi so in law grew up with him their were about 8 of them that were insepearable they were at my hone all the time some of them would get off the bus with my kids on Friday and get back on the bus with them on Monday we had about four acres and they would go out at night and swim build big fires skateboard on a big ramp that my husband built them with a spot light on it we had pony’s and goats chickens ducks dogs and cates they all had such a great time together my grocery bill was judge I remember one day I got a call telling me that they weren’t allowed at Eastland Mall any more because they were driving around with their bodies ha go g out of the sun roof with a Vidio Camara interviewing people the security guard chased them all the time they drove him nuts we would take a vscatoion on spring break evety year to Key West 2or 3 of them with go with us we would take the boat out fishing all day and they partied in took I would drive in and drop them of and pick them up at about 4 I the morning they loved it they never got into any big trouble they were to afraid of me I hate to think of the things I didn’t know about we have now lost 3 of these wounderf young men my kids are having bad time with this lose they remained friends threw all these years and they love each other I can’t even begin to tell his family how sorry we out for their loss of this wonderful young man they are family not just friends the last time we saw Dian he came up to my husband and told him he just wanted to thank us for all the great times we showed them and allowed them to be kids we love you honey and always well The Polster

  • Brian will always be remembered for the great person he was. One of the kindest, sharing and giving people I’ve had the pleasure of knowing. Always willing to go out of his way to help others while expecting nothing in return. I will always remember the great times we shared, so many laughs. Thanks Brian. My prayers and heart go out to all family and friends. Brian you will be missed. Rest in peace brother.

  • I have know Brian for ten years now. and he always welcomed me with a Hello and a smile. He will be missed. I am very sorry for the families loss and they are in our thoughts and prayers.

  • I’ve known Brian for 15 year’s here at work and we couldn’t have asked for a better person and coworker. He will be missed by all. Prayers and thought’s go out to his family and friend’s.

  • I’m very saddened by the loss of Brian. He was always very nice to me. We worked together and came from the same home town. We would reminisce about old times and old friends. He was a good guy. My deepest condolences to all that knew and loved him. Brian will be greatly missed.

  • My heart is heavy on this day. I lost another friend that meant so much to me in my life. We had a lifetime of memories that I will never forget. So many good times fill my mind on a day of such sorrow. To the Puskas family, it was a honor to call him my friend. He loved his Mother very much and she kept her eye on him all the time. My heart breaks for you all. I know Deanna, your heart is broke as well, but let it be known that he loved you very much. More than Starbucks. It is a tragedy what they did to our friend. The kindest,gentle,quiet guy with a big heart. Always there when you ask. Respectful of his guns,women and authority figures. Let that be known to all. He was a giant part of my life and I will miss him forever. There are a few good guys waiting for him in heaven, that I know. He will be in good hands. He has a head full of hair,giant smile and no troubles anymore. My life was made better with him in it. I went through old pictures as the tears fell from my eyes and it made me remember all the great times we had. I will miss you forever. Your friend and brother, Asher