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Brian James Brim, age 37, of Gahanna, Ohio passed away on March 14, 2017. He was born on October 28, 1979 in Toledo, Ohio to David Brim and Pamela Rybak.  Brian is survived by father, David (Margaret) Brim; mother, Pamela (Don) Rybak; brothers, Andrew (Chris) Brim, Dan Brim and Michael (Malia) Shundoff; nieces and nephews, Paige Rowan, Owen Brim, Grace Brim and Max Brim.  He is preceded in death by grandparents, F. James and Gladys Rybak and Jacqueline Cipris. Since graduation from Ohio State University, Brian worked as a social insurance specialist at the Social Security Administration in Whitehall, Ohio.  Brian was passionate about the Ohio State Buckeyes, the Cleveland Browns and the Detroit Tigers.  He loved and cared for his dog, Lupe and his family.  Brian’s family would like to thank everyone who knew and loved Brian for their prayers and support during this difficult time.  A visitation will be held on Wednesday, March 22, 2017 from 5:00 – 7:00 PM with a memorial service immediately following at 7:00 PM at Ohio Cremation & Memorial Society, 5464 N. High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43214.  Memorial contributions may be made to Lutheran Outdoor Ministries of Ohio/Camperships. 

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  • Tiffany says:

    Good night, dear friend. We walked a long road together. Memories and love I will hold dearly. Your history is mine.

    Love and peace, prayers and hope, Pam and Andy.

  • Roswitha Morris says:

    Hoping that comforting thoughts of friends and family will surround you atthis sad time.

  • LaMel Molson says:

    Brim, you will be sorely missed her at good old D62. It’s sad to see you go so soon buddy. I pray that your soul rest in peace. Love and happiness to you <3

    LaMel B. Molson

  • Lynette Evans Johnson says:

    My sincere condolences go out the family of Brian. May GOD give you peace to know he is at rest.
    Brian I will always remember all the funny times and laughter we shared at work. You were my sugar free powder drink stick swapping buddy(smile)!! You will truly be missed!!

  • Bridget dies says:

    Rest in peace Brian and watch over us you will be missed

  • Chris & Robin Boyer says:

    Dave & Margaret, Pam & families – words do not adequately express our sadness nor reflect the great pain you all are going through. Thoughts, prayers and support are all we can offer at this time. Rest in peace, Brian.

  • Martine Allan says:

    Pam,
    I am so sorry for your loss.
    My thoughts ans prayers are with you and your family.

  • Karen Smith says:

    Pam, there are no words. We are praying for your peace and comfort. Karen and Jack Smith

  • Rachel Conwell (Dielman) says:

    Brian, you definitely knew how to make people laugh. I can hear your laugh even now all these years later. Growing up with you was an honor and I have some great memories. I’m sorry we didn’t stay in touch better over the years. God bless you and your family. I will be praying for them and all of the people who loved you. You are gone far too soon. On the way to the vet today I passed the place where your memorial will be this week and prayed for your family and thought of you. Rest In Peace friend.

  • Metric Hughley says:

    My condolences to the family. Brian may you rest in peace. Remembering the sense of humor and our love for singing ole school hip hop brings a smile.

  • Tuere says:

    Rest Easy BBC!! I will always remember the bagel “situation”. I’m glad your soul is at peace. I pray your family is comforted knowing you are resting now.

  • Maria Lindauer (Reynolds) says:

    Sending my sincerest condolences to Brian’s family and loved ones. Brian, you were a great co-worker and thank you for being patient and kind while I was a trainee. You were always approachable, smart, funny, and helpful. I also appreciated you trying to practice some Spanish with me when you could to help our customers. That was really thoughtful. Rest in peace Brian.

  • Patti Davis-Sato says:

    I am so sad over this great loss. Brian, you were smart and caring. I know you struggled with health issues and tried so hard. I know you are resting in peace now without those struggles. I am grateful for the time I got to know you. My prayers for all who love you and miss you.

  • Brad Rutherford says:

    High school and college would not have been the same without Brian. He was an extremely loyal friend/roomate and full of charisma. My heart aches deeply. To his family and any of my boys who read this, I love ya and wish I could be there to share memories and tears.

    Brad in Tucson

  • Rose Albert says:

    Brian: Even though I never met you, I feel that I know you through your mother. Reading all the sweet memories of you makes me smile. Seeing your picture I can feel your sense of humor! May you rest in peace knowing that you live on in the hearts of many!
    Prayers and love to your family.

  • Angie says:

    Brim, You’ll be missed. We had some good times at work. You could always make me laugh. My condolences go out to your family.

  • Greg and Anna Czaja says:

    Dave and Margaret,
    So sorry to hear about Brian. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family.

  • Rebecca Contreras says:

    II’s terrible to hear about your loss and I express my sincere sympathy to you and your family. My heart goes out to you Margaret & Dave, and family, may God give you that peace that you seek. Rebecca Contreras

  • Maria Barker says:

    Rest your soul in peace Brim. I will miss hearing you rap on your way in and on your way out of the office! I loved that you bought me noodles and smoothies all the time, and I will miss our “banking & bananas” moments! Thanks for always sharing your hidden milk in the fridge with me :) You will be greatly missed and I am praying for comfort, strength and peace for all of your loved ones.

  • Nathan Schmidt says:

    Brian was my friend for many years as he grew up with my cousin in Toledo and then went to Ohio Wesleyan with us for a bit before transferring to OSU. Even after he transferred to Ohio State we stayed close & remained in touch. Brim was always a good friend and we had many good times. I will remember those good times like our trip to New York City and our Ohio State vs. Michigan gameday parties. I will miss my buddy Brimmer and my thoughts and prayers go out to his family.

  • Ann Myers (Fuhrman) says:

    I can still see your face when you got off the plane in Savannah 10 years ago. My heart is breaking right now. I drove past your apartment while in Columbus the weekend before you left this world too soon. I’m sorry I did not stop. I can’t believe we’ve known each other ten years and I still feel like it was not enough. I am so sorry to hear you’re not with us in person. I’m glad your heart and mind are at peace but wish it was not like this. My love always my dear friend. Me xoxo

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