Jeffrey V. Brahler

Born: 08/20/1970 Passed:

Jeffrey V. Brahler age 47 of Louisville died unexpectedly June 24, 2018, while in Montana for work. Jeff was born August 20, 1970 in Canton and was a graduate of Louisville High School. He was employed by Coon Restoration, a bricklayer by trade and a member of Bricklayers Local #6 for twenty-six years. Jeff enjoyed hiking, biking, painting, riding motorcycles, camping and snowboarding. He was a great lover of the outdoors, particularly the Northwest.

Jeff is survived by his parents, Thomas and Sandra (Gibbs) Brahler of New Philadelphia; daughter, Hannah Brahler of Canton; son, Grae Brahler of Louisville; brother, Thomas (Amy) Brahler Jr. of Massillon; sister, Sara (Paul) Braskett of Columbus; Brittany Brahler and several nephews.

Jeff’s family would like to invite friends to join them as they Celebrate his life Saturday from 11 am to 1:00 pm at the Paquelet-Falk Funeral Home in Louisville. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Shriners Hospital for Children or the Disabled American Veterans. Condolences and special memories can be shared with the family at www.paqueletfalk.com.

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9 Tributes to Jeffrey V. Brahler

  1. Greg & Theresa Tack says:

    Our deepest sympathies to the family of Jeff. He came into our lives through my sister years ago and we hit it off immediately. He left his mark in my heart and the block wall of our house. Thank You Jeff for the memories you’ve left with us, you will not be forgotten. Godspeed my friend…

  2. Bridget mcintosh says:

    He will be missed by many he was a great friend a very funny guy always made me smile I have quite a few memories of him they will always be with me

  3. Scot says:

    I remember being in Portland Oregon in 1996 with Jeff and Steve. At that time the 3 of us were inseparable. Living in Portland there is always something to do outdoors and Jeff was always looking for new adventures. Whether it be traveling east to Mt. Hood or west to the Pacific coast (sometimes in the same day). I know Jeff especially liked going downtown Portland on Saturday mornings to hang out at the Saturday Market. I still hear the sarcasm in his voice and see the smart ass looks on his face. I have a lot of wonderful memories with Jeff that are forever imbeded in my mind. He will be missed but not forgotten.

  4. Dan Fisher says:

    Tom and Sandy , I am so sorry for your loss I can’t imagine loosing one of my children . I will be praying for the family.

  5. Stephanie Renie says:

    Prayers to his family for Jeff was full of life every day and left memories wherever he was. I went to school with Tom and a Jeff was always around. There are so many memories to cherish. I will not be able to join servicefor a summer cold has me down. But many sympathy thoughts and prayers.
    Stephanie Renie

  6. Anonymous says:

    My deepest sympathy towards family and friends. I wish that I could be there to pay my respects, I am out of town until Sunday. Jeff was a fun outgoing life of the party kind a guy. He will be missed but heaven gained another good one. RIP Jeff, you will be missed by many. JEN Cooper

  7. Sharon Romigh Miller says:

    So sorry for your loss. Saddened that Jeff left this earth. He was so kind and dedicated to Ted’s difficult cancer journey always there for support. May they meet at the river. Also had the pleasure to have him as soccer coach for my grandson and Grae.

  8. Judy Melchior says:

    Sandy & Tom,
    I’m so sorry for the loss of your son. My deepest sympathy to you and your family.

  9. Larry and Jean Sheets says:

    So sorry to hear of your loss. Our deepest sympathies are extended to the family.

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