Brian Robert Owens

July 29, 1963 - August 5, 2020

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Brian Robert Owens, loving father of Jordan Owens and Jared Owens. Beloved son of Janet Owens and the late Robert Owens. Brother of Carl Owens, Gary Owens, Robin Sales, Joe Owens, Sherri Sales and Shelly Beck. He is survived by his love Sondra Pierson, a special cousin Diane Harris (Horner) and also numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins. Brian joined the Plaster and Cement Masons, Local 132, Cincinnati, OH in April of 1987. He worked for Valley Interior Systems and most recently took a position as a plasterer for Hamilton County. Brian had a love for the outdoors that included hunting, fishing and cycling. Exercise and physical fitness were always a big part of his life. Brian passed away August 5, 2020, at the age of 57. Memorial visitation will be held on, Thursday, August 13, 2020 at Hodapp Funeral Home 8815 Cincinnati-Columbus Rd. (Rt. 42) West Chester, OH 45069 from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. followed by a time to share memories and stories about Brian. Memorial donations may be made to the Friends of the Smokies PO Box 1660, Kodak, TN 37764 or the National Wildlife Federations.

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Howie Scratch - Sep 12, 2020
Just saddened, Brian and I played football EMERY REAL ESTATE EAGLES, we had a blast, I believe I created the nick name BIG O gave that to him after a fishing lure. God bless u brother rest in peace.
Sondra - Aug 26, 2020
Oh Brian, as I sit here and watch the birds in our feeder and wait for the chickadees to show up I think about you. I never stop thinking of you. I miss you so much. We were so cheated of our future together, I know I’ll see you again one day but I’d rather have you here with me. I wish I could go back to that Sunday before we lost you and have more time in that day. I will keep you in my heart and mind at all times and keep watching our birdies and listen to them sing. I love and miss you so much. See you again one day.❤️
Larry Owens - Aug 13, 2020
So sorry to hear of Brians passing. He was my cousin and he was a good person. So sorry to his children and mom.
toni owens - Aug 13, 2020
So very-very sad to hear of Brians passing. Life is so very short and leaving behind family and friends is heart breaking. Wish we could be there, such a horrible time for loss and grieving. He was an amazing person who enjoyed life and family.
Victoria Lowry - Aug 13, 2020
Heartfelt prayers for comfort and strength to all of Brian’s loved ones. I’ve only known Brian from seeing him working around the courthouse, but our brief conversations always made me happy to have seen him. His work restoring the sculptured ceilings and walls of our now 100 year old courthouse is remarkable and beautiful. And his music jamming from the scaffolding, early before we opened, made me happy to arrive. I’m sure I’ll think of him around that place enjoying his skilled craftsmanship and I believe you will all see him again one day.
Steve - Aug 12, 2020
Big "O". You will be missed. Brian and I joined the Marine Corps together after High School. He went on and I got a medical discharge. R.I.P. Brother Owens.
Bob, Trish and Barry Mathews - Aug 10, 2020
We send our heartfelt condolences in thepassing of Brian.His passing is already being noticed in our neighborhood. May God bless all the family.
David Horn - Aug 10, 2020
I Am terribly saddened to here of Brian’s passing. I considered Brian good friend and union brother ever since we served Together as apprentices back in the late 80s. The world needs more people like Brian and is at a great lose without him. Rest In Peace Brian. David A. Horn