Brian P. Maiyer

October 14, 1969 ‒ October 21, 2017

Mansfield, Ohio

 

MANSFIELD: Brian P. Maiyer, 48, of Mansfield passed away unexpectedly, Saturday, October 21, 2017.

Born October 14, 1969 in Mansfield, Brian graduated from Madison High School where he was a member of the track team.

Brian worked as a tool and die maker. Brian was a huge Washington Redskins fan.

He is survived by his mother Tamara (David) Bross of Mt. Vernon, father Tom (Susi) Maiyer of Mansfield; sister Wendy (Matt) Carmichael of Lexington, brother Marc (Katie) Wilkins of Ontario, brother Tom Maiyer Jr. (Jessica) of Galion, sister Stephanie (David) Connell of Lexington; paternal grandmother Dorothy Spence of Mansfield, uncle Larry (Janet) McDaniel of Thornville, aunt Joyce Riddlebaugh of Mansfield, uncle TE McHale of California; step grandmother Lois Ewing of Mansfield; numerous nieces, nephews and extended family.

Brian was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents Kenneth (Dorotha) McDaniel, grandfather Dick Ewing, and aunt Brenda McHale.

Brian’s family will receive friends Thursday, October 26, 2017 from 10am-12pm in the Lexington Avenue Snyder Funeral Home where his funeral will begin at 12 noon.  Pastor Spencer Valeri will officiate and burial will follow in Mansfield Memorial Park.

Online condolences to Brian’s family may be made by visiting:SnyderFuneralHomes.com

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  • Our deepest sympathy to you, Tom and Susi and Stephanie for this loss in the family. It is never easy to see your son struggle in his life and then end so abruptly. Know that the Lord will be with you through this time of grief, however long it takes. Friends and family will support you through this loss.
    George and Wanda

  • Tom, Susi and family,
    This is sad news…
    I pray that in the midst of the sadness, brokenness and pain that you find joy in memories, wholeness amidst those who support you and some respite from pain as you begin this unfamiliar journey. El Roi–the God who sees–is ever present.
    Love and prayers,
    Rachel Blevins

  • I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I live next door to Brian and he was such a nice young man. Prayers going up for all of the family. RIP BRIAN

  • Dear, dear Tam,
    I was heartbroken when I got this news from Deb R. There are no words to express my deepest sadness. Please know that you are in my heart and prayers as you walk this journey. May our God of peace give you comfort and strength.
    (I have tried calling you several times over the year but have been able to reach you…I will keep trying.)

  • To the entire family of Brian,
    I worked with him at AMG in Mt. Vernon. He was always fun to have around. Saddened and shock for your loss. May God walk you through this painful time.

  • My husband and I went to school with Brian. We remember him as kind and with a precious smile. We are sad to hear of his passing. Our prayers are for you and your family as you grieve. May the hope of Jesus and His promises be your strength.

    The Lord is near to the broken hearted and saves the crushed in spirit. Psalm 34:18