Brian Brewer
1939 - 2021
BORN
1939
DIED
2021
Brewer, Brian 7/28/1939 - 9/30/2021 Ann Arbor Brian R. Brewer, of Ann Arbor passed away on September 30, 2021 at his residence. He was 82 years old. Born July 28, 1939 in Ann Arbor, MI. He was the son of Russell and Helen Brewer. Brian married his beloved wife Betsey on October 3, 1964. Brian worked at Belle Tire for over 30 years until his retirement. He loved going to races and watching NASCAR. He enjoyed Michigan football and the Lions. Most important to Brian was his family. Preceded in death by his wife Betsey and his brother Randy. Survived by his daughter Kimberley Audritsh, grandson Dustin (Natashia) Audritsh, great grandson Stetson Audritsh, Brother Dennis (Nancy) Brewer and Sister Linda Larson. He will be missed by family members and friends. There will be a private burial at a later date. In honor of Brian contributions can be made to the Huron Valley Humane Society or St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
Published by Ann Arbor News from Oct. 7 to Oct. 10, 2021.
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Sorry to see Brian's passing. I have known him since high school. Good man, good salesman looked the part, dressed the part like his father. I think his first job was selling cars for was it Henderson Ford downtown Ann Arbor ?? Anyway he dressed in suit & tie as sales people did in those days and drove a new car. Watching him I thought that I should go into sales myself of some kind. Always liked to run into him over the years as he was always friendly and upbeat. Just a nice person. RIP my friend.
Ron Cundiff
Friend
October 9, 2021
I first met Brian when he worked on North Main Street. Never a nicer more gentle soul. His devotion to Betsy was what love stories were made of. His family and friends were his world. His honesty and efforts to help others were so important to him. I am sure all of you will miss him so. My deepest condolences on your huge loss.
Rose Rehbein (Lansky)
Friend
October 9, 2021
I´m so sorry to learn of Brian´s passing.... I know his heart was broken when Betsy passed away. I was the rental agent for them just prior to their wedding in 1964 at Ann Arbor Woods. They rented the apartment then left for their wedding and honeymoon. In those days they were the perfect Barbie and Ken....their love, respect and dedication to each other was outstanding! They were an ideal couple. I´d run into them now and then over the years.. they were as nice as they were an lovely couple. My deepest condolences to the family !
Suzann Roberts
Other
October 8, 2021
Brian certainly was a gentleman and a long tme friend of the family. Sincere sympathys to the entire family
MaryBeth (Sakstrup) Kantzler
School
October 8, 2021
Oh Kim, I´m so sorry. I have many wonderful memories for both your mom and dad. Hugs and prayers
Deb Hardesty
Family
October 8, 2021
RIP Brian we will miss you at the barber shop that you visited for so many years
jim and judy mullin
Friend
October 8, 2021
I'm sad to here about Brian he was a great person in my life.
Gerald German
October 7, 2021
I´m so sorry Kim, Dustin and Tasha. My family always had so much fun with Brian and Betsy.
Kathy Smith
October 7, 2021
I worked next to Brian for 4 Years in Allen Park and I can honestly say in my 18 years at Belle tire I never met a finer gentleman or a more loyal employee . Brian was loved by all . My prayers and sympathy to Brian´s family . Rest In Peace Mr . B .
Mike Ciolino
October 7, 2021
Kevin Audritsh
Family
October 7, 2021
Kevin Audritsh
Family
October 7, 2021
Kevin Audritsh
Family
October 7, 2021
Kim, Dustin, and Tash I'm very sorry for your loss, In loving memory of a wonderful person. I will miss Dad very much. My talks on the way home from work, the way Michigan football went and and the results of a Nascar race. The times that Dad and I were able to go up North and play Golf. Again my condolences to you all, I will miss Dad.
Kevin Audritsh
Family
October 7, 2021
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