Brian K. Ashbaugh Sr.
1970 - 2021
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Brian K. Ashbaugh Sr.

Lancaster - Brian K. Ashbaugh Sr., 50, of Lancaster, died April 1, 2021 at Mount Carmel St. Ann's Hospital. Brian was born May 4, 1970 in Lancaster, Ohio the son of Merle and Gerry Ashbaugh.

Brian was a 1989 graduate of Fairfield Union High School and had been working at Glass Floss in Lancaster. Brian was a member of the Salem Chapel United Brethren in Christ Church, near Crossenville. Brian was known for being extremely generous and loving. He always worked hard for everything in his life even amidst his struggles. Brian was a huge fan of the Dallas Cowboys.

Brian is survived by his longtime companion, Becky Guisinger; parents, Merle and Gerry Ashbaugh; children, Roxanna (Scott) Gross, Brian Ashbaugh Jr, and Aaron Ashbaugh; brothers, Merle (Jenn) Ashbaugh and Donnie (Dani) Ashbaugh; sisters, Tami (Steve) McCauley and Melinda (Don) Burrow; 5 grandchildren, Nicholas, Zella, Marty, Dwayne and Asher; many nieces and nephews.

A time to visit with Brian's family will be Monday, April 5th from 5 - 8 PM at the Morgan Funeral Home, Bremen. Funeral services will take place Tuesday at 11 AM at Salem Chapel Church, 3975 Marietta Rd, Junction City, Ohio with Rev. Joe Leighton officiating. Graveside services will follow at Salem Chapel Cemetery. Online condolences at

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Published in Lancaster Eagle-Gazette from Apr. 3 to Apr. 4, 2021.
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April 6, 2021
I'm at a loss for words Brian. I just finished Gary's memorial for you and was calling to say come grab it.Thank you for your friendship,Rest in paradise my friend.
Lisa Romine
April 6, 2021
I knew Brian.Becky and Aaron thru our banking relationship. Brian was funny and kind. we will miss him. sending love and prayers to the family. So sorry.
Connie Crist
April 6, 2021
My heart sunk when I found this obit and needed to express my sympathy for the loss. I meet Brian and Rebecca when working for Roadlink at Pataskala warehouse. I will always have fond memories of Brian. He was a very dedicated worker and loved his family. He was always very respectful and considerate of others. Although we were co-workers I can honestly say he was a friend. I will remember his smile. Praying for his family at this time of loss.
Freida Mason
April 5, 2021
I met you almost a year ago last April. You came to my moms to give condolences to us. You worked with my brother at Glass floss. That was in a motorcycle accident. You shared stories of the talks and fun you had a work. I didnt know you but talked with you that day and at the funeral. You seemed like a great person. I want to send my condolences to your family and friends. May God comfort them at this very difficult time. RIP Brian.
April 5, 2021
May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.
Rhonda Judy
April 5, 2021
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