November 30, -0001 - November 22, 2009
SHAW, Bryan G., loving son of Markay (nee High) and Roger Schoumacher, dear brother of Chip (Devon) and Chris (Kristin) Schoumacher, Luann (Greg) Clancy and Sean Hauck, grandson of Dorothy and the late Harry High and the late Elmer and Donna Schoumacher, also survived by many uncles, aunts, nieces and nephews. Suddenly Sunday, November 22, 2009, age 37. Visitation at Hodapp Funeral Home, 8815 Cincinnati-Columbus Rd. (Rt. 42), West Chester, Saturday from 12 noon until time of funeral service at 2 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to the Bryan Shaw Foundation, C/O Key Bank Eastgate, 4565 Eastgate Blvd., Cincinnati, OH 45245.
Bryan… Thank you for being so nice. I wish I would have been a better friend. I miss you.
Bryan, you will always hold a special place in my heart. Love you. Tina
Markay and family,
Our thoughts and prayers go out to you guys.
Bryan was a pure sweetheart. We became friends over the past year or so. What he said was true, he was like a big teddybear. He had the best hug anyone could ever give. The only regret I have, is not answering his call the last couple times he tried to keep in touch with me. I never imagined that would be the last time I would hear his voice sayin, Hey Shell or Hey shorty. It’s all the little things you remember about a person that are so special. His voice; his smile.
My deepest sympathies to his family for they hold the greatest memories of all. I pray that you stay strong through this trying time. Just know that he was loved by many.
Sorry for your loss your family is in our thoughts and our prayers.
My prayers go out to Bryan’s family and friends! I will miss you Bryan! We always had good times and visits! You will always be one of my favorite buddies!! love you!!
Bryan was a wonderful “Uncle” to my sons, Justin, and Chris. Bryan helped with them many times, and will be missed dearly.
Bryan, I know that you are in a better place. I will always love you and remember you calling me and singing to me to make me laugh. You keep the first lyrics and changed a few words to make me laugh. I am going to miss our talks we had all the time. I am going to miss you calling me up and asking me to go out and have a few drinks. I will also really miss seeing you at the ball park….Now, you and Wayne can have some laughs together. Love you and deeply miss you. God Bless your family and friends!!
We are sorry for your loss..Bryan was a great guy..we will keep your family in our prayers
Its hard to know what to say when we loose a child. Only that it was a great pleaser having known him and how he touched our hearts. He will always be with us in all we do.
XO Love Always XO
MarKay and Roger my deepest symphony for the lose of your son.
My deepest sympathies to Bryan’s family and friends, he was a heck of a great guy and will be missed!
To all of Bryan’s family and friends –
Bryan and I have been friends for several years now. He always lit up any room he walked into. There will always be fond memories!
My husband just spoke with him last week and he told us we he was coming to visit for Thanksgiving. I’m sorry that day won’t happen for any of us.
Please know that my heart and prayers are with you. May God comfort you all!
Our prayers go out to his family during this somber Thanksgiving holiday.
Brian will be remembered with the passion he always carried throughout his life.
I am thankful to have known him and considered him a friend.
Bryan was my neighbor when he lived in Columbia. He was at my house a lot visiting with my son and me. We will miss him greatly. God speed, my friend!
May the Lord hold you always, a truly special person and friend.
My Heart, Thoughts and Prayers go out to all of Bryan’s loved ones, family and friends. Bryan has always been one of my closest and best friends for several years and I cannot begin to share how much I already miss him. Nothing but all of my Love and symapthy for Bryan’s family and friends.
We will always remember Bryan as being the life of the party. He never met a stranger. Many of you may remember him in Put In Bay talking the neighbors into making multiple trips to the supply store to take care of our rather large group. Bryan was always a true friend to us. It seemed no matter where he went people loved him. Our daughter especially loved when he was around. We will remember him for his smile, laugh, and warmth towards his friends. He will be dearly missed. Our sincere condolances to his family.
To all of Bryan’s loving family – our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Please know that your friends are here for you whenever you need them.
You were a great guy and I had so much fun getting to know you. We had some really good times that I will never forget. I am going to miss you!