I'll always remember Brian as kind and tender soul with wisdom and sensitivity beyond his years. A nice next-door neighbor to have! My sincere sympathies go out to a dear family.
I am so shocked by Brian's passing that I am not sure what to say. Brian and I spent so much time camping and fishing in Kohler that we even ended up with the same fishing rods and reels. Every time I am hunting and fishing I think of him. I was actually grouse hunting this weekend and drove by Pine lake and thought of giving Brian a call. Two days later I found out Brian had passed. It was a strange weekend as I hought of Brian many times while up North before the terrible news. Maybe he was with me on spirit on this hunt. I will miss you so very much and and very thankfull for your good friendship
Just heard. I'm shocked. Seems like yesterday we were just smoking on the theatre steps. Rest in peace Biev. Our deepest sympathies to your family.
Kind, intelligent, witty, philosopher, I will miss your deep thoughts and intelligent observations. My heart goes out to your family. Rest in Peace, Brian
My deepest condolences to your family. Brian was a wonderful person . Everyone in the Class of 1985 will miss him.
Brian was such a good friend. There was no one else like him. Over the years since high school, I thought so often about things he said and remembered how smart and original he was. I wish I could talk to him one more time to let him know how much he meant to me.
We send our deepest condolences to you and your family on the loss of Brian. May God comfort all of you at this time.
Barbara Biever Farley
Jim & Mary Biever
Suellen, my friend,
I find no words adequate to express the sadness I feel at the untimely loss of your son, Brian. Although I did not know Brian personally, the Guest Book entries reveal an engaging man filled with charm and kindness. May God hold him tenderly - and you and your family as well. Circumstances prevent me from joining you at his service, but I will be thinking of you and will contact you in the near future.
I am so saddened by the passing of Brian. He was a wonderful person that will be missed by so many. I knew Brian for only a short time but a piece of my heart has gone with him. My deepest sympathy goes to his family - I am so sorry for your loss.
My deepest condolences to the Biever family. The Biever Boy trio - a smart, witty and fun group. I'm very saddened to hear one is gone, but always remembered. God bless
I have fond memories of the Biever family. Brian's life richly blessed the lives of so many people. Our deepest sympathy to Brian's family.
In a world where there is a lack of genuine character and kindness, Brian had both. A good good guy. Tara
May God Comfort Brian's Family and Friends,
Had it not been for Brian I would never had the opportunity to live the dream I did with my special friend Tara. Brian informed us of this magical place that we ended up purchasing and had it not been for Brian's trustworthiness, kindness, and integrity I'm not sure what the last 20 years would have looked like. Brian's friendship and what he did for us, will Never be forgotten. I love you Brian.
I remember the days we worked together. You were such a kind soul, so funny, and would never hurt anyone. I am saddened to hear of your passing. You were an amazing friend and person and you will be so missed by many.. May angles wrap their arms around you Brian and lift you up to the heavens.. R.I.P Brian..
Brian and I became great friends at Knox College's TKE house my freshman year. He was a witty and wise (and prematurely grey!) junior, and I very much looked up to him. I am heartbroken by the news, and send my condolences and prayers to Mrs. Biever, Brenden and Bobby. May his memory be a blessing.
I am so sorry for your loss, my thoughts and prayers are with Brian's family during this time of sorrow.
Very sorry to hear this. Brian was a true gentleman and an all-around great guy. My heart goes out to his family and friends.
I remember great times with Brian, going to the Mucky Duck for A Fish
Called Wanda, discussing politics in great length, all good times and
more than a few successful real estate transactions we did together.
My deepest sympathy to his family. RIP Brian.
Suellen and family,
Just heard about Brian's passing. Our heart and thoughts are with you along with our deepest sympathy.
Hank and Marge Horneck
My heartfelt condolences to all the family.
Please know that I am so very sorry to here about the loss of your son Brian. Know that your are in my thought and my prayers. God Bless you during this difficult time and know we are here to help you in any way we can.
JoAnn Lutz & Aline Stephani
I've known Brian since he started real estate. We sat back to back for a long time and got very close. Had some hefty disagreements about many things. I've missed talking with him over the years but kept in touch with facebook. We all loved him. How he'll be missed! My heart goes out to his family.
Remembering all the great times in school, you will be missed
Love You Beebs! Thanks for making me laugh every day!
Dearest Suellen, Brenden, and Bobby,
Although I can't make it to the funeral, I want you to know how very sorry I am. You guys have made such good memories from our time together at Manson Lake. It's so sad to lose such a dear guy. My thoughts and prayers are with you as you work through this very difficult time. Cathy Greisch Pohl, Belgium, WI
I am so very very sorry for the loss of your son Brian. You will be in my prayers and may our GOD OF ALL COMFORT help you during this most difficult time. I remember our Bible Studies together and may you receive help from God's Word. My deepest sympathy.
My condolences to you and your loved ones. Thoughts and prayers are with you. God Bless!
Brian ... your time with us was much too short, and you left us far too soon. There will never be anybody like you, and we'll all miss you, buddy. Rest in peace.
Suellen, I am so sorry for your loss. I knew Brian,had met him and found out later he was your mother's grandson. We had a few lenghty conversations,very interesting. May he rest in peace.
I remember Brian in Kohler. Always a smile on his face and a super guy all around. My deepest sympathies to his family. Jason Bartz
I will miss you so much in the office, Beebs! Walking and talking around the office with your bowl of cereal solving the worlds problems. I know they will have the best Cheerios in heaven.
May God give you the peace you deserve. Your kindness will be a legacy for others to aspire to. What sorrow for us left behind. Yet what joy for you to be free from pain and in the presence of the love of God. My condolences to the family. Hold the door open, brother.
The Reverend Ray Gilman, United Congregational Methodist Church of Salamanca, NY
So sorry Suellen. Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this most difficult time.
Fondly remembering North High days.
Judy Reinl Troia (Fitchburg, WI)
To Brian's Family,
I am so saddened to hear about Brian's passing. He was someone I always enjoyed talking to and laughing with. He was such kind, thoughtful friend!!! My favorite story about Brian from our elementary school years was when he went home instead of going to recess. As I recall, his mom called the school to ask why her son was home so early. Brian thought it was dismissal time not recess time. May the precious memories of Brian help you through this difficult time.
Luanne Unger Strong
Brian, You are a true "Old Soul". Your time here was cut way too short and you are sadly missed. Carry on your good work and safe journeys be with you old friend. I know you will smile upon us from time to time. My heartfelt condolences go out to your brothers, Mother and other family.
Stewart Honeck, Chicago (by way of Kohler).
Brian's family, you have our deepest sympathy.We will always remember Brian camping with us and enjoying good conversations and Schwaller's steak sandwiches on the grill at Crooked Lake.
With prayers, love and the deepest affection for my dearest friend Suellen and Brendan and Bobby during this sad time. May God be with you, guide you and give you strength. Remember all the wonderful times with Brian. He was a gentle soul, and he will be missed.
Our deepest sympathy to family and friends. Brian was a very friendly young man and will be missed.
From the time we were 4 and ran around Ravine Park, to the high school parties and dramas, to the endless discussions about music, politics and philosophy in our later years - many thanks to you for the memories, the friendship and the laughs. See you on the other side.
Dearest Suellen, Brendan and Bobby,
Our hearts are moved by such sad news; we hold you in our prayers.
All afternoon I had images from childhood: Brian as a little boy hunkered down on his ever favorite hotwheel trike ... watching the Ridge Court world go by ...
Sounds as if he never lost that sweet and gentle spirit - or that pensive, observant nature ...
Much love to you; God bless you ...
Anne Traas Baruth
My condolences to your family. I have many fond memories of growing up in Kohler and playing kickball on the Ridge Court circle with the "Biever Boys." May your happy memories of Brian give you strength in the difficult days ahead.
I will never forget the sound of your laugh - you made everything fun, Brian! Miss you until we meet again!
so sorry for your loss I grew up in Sheboygan and attended Knox college where i met Brian he was a wonderful person who will be missed
Brian was a great agent to work with. His energetic and positive energy was contagious. Some of us agents at Redman Realty thought he would be a great motivational speaker as he was very easy to talk to and had a great attitude. So sorry for your loss ..
Oh Suellen, Brendan and Bobby - we are so very sad for you and your loss. This is a violation of the regular order of the universe: parents should not be burying their children. Hard enough for children to bury parents and siblings.
Please try to stay strong and take care of each other.
Beth Beil and Matt Schulte