ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Brian Gerber, 49 years old, born on September 26, 1970, and took his own life  on March 5, 2020. We will remember him forever. But will always wonder WHY!!
Posted by Wendy Silves on September 26, 2021
Today September 26,21
Today your in heaven and I wish you were here for me to hug you and tell you happy birthday brother.
It's hard today as it is everyday living without you. Dam you!!!
Posted by Wendy Silves on March 15, 2021
Please write a story or something that you know or will carry on his memories for us all.
Posted by Wendy Silves on March 3, 2021
My brother, my friend,
Not a day goes by I don't think if you.
No more pain no more worries.
If only we could have helped in more ways than we all had .. maybe you would be here today. Dam it!!!
Love you big brother.. always and forever ..

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Posted by Wendy Silves on September 26, 2021
Today September 26,21
Today your in heaven and I wish you were here for me to hug you and tell you happy birthday brother.
It's hard today as it is everyday living without you. Dam you!!!
Posted by Wendy Silves on March 15, 2021
Please write a story or something that you know or will carry on his memories for us all.
Posted by Wendy Silves on March 3, 2021
My brother, my friend,
Not a day goes by I don't think if you.
No more pain no more worries.
If only we could have helped in more ways than we all had .. maybe you would be here today. Dam it!!!
Love you big brother.. always and forever ..
his Life

The last days

Anyone  brian would help . He was at cross roads in his life suffering so much loss and watched it all unfold. Aunt Sarah where he spent a good portion of his life with, her life was taken from us all and things were a bit rocky afterwords . Aunt Sarah was the stability that Brian needed. Somewhere and someone to help guide him in some days of his life. He than was in motor vehicle rollover coming back from working down south.  Shortly after we learned my mom sue had been diagnost stage 4 lung cancer.  These were very dim and hard days for us kids seeing our mom dye. My brother seen everything and was there every minute he could . Than few months went on and now grandma thompson was not gonna make it . All these losses just made him a emotional wreck.  Brian was my big brother and he would do anything for anyone. On march 7 in laconner where he was residing at my dad's place also with his step sister Jennifer and her husband . They found him march 7 2020 he had suffered a gunshot wound to the head. They say he been there for few days.  But after looking into the matter it just fueled my anger towards the investigating departments but nothing more I can do really. Part of me feels like this was more than just a suicide but I'm no ferensic scientist, but some things are best left unsaid. Only he would know and he knew we all would be broken from this. I do know he's in no pain and with the ones he missed the most watching over us all today. Miss you brother .  So sad to not have you in my life anymore but I feel your presence.  Rip.  Untell we meet again...love you always and forever..  

Brian loved

Brian worked for several logging company's in his earlier years he also worked for try log homes for several years as well as few other local companys.
Brian loved children, he enjoyed spending time helping others he loved to hunt and fish he would set out on days in the spring hunting for morel mushrooms, honestly I don't think he even liked mushrooms but he would pick and give away to friends and family. That was just Brian ..
He was somewhat a social person I often was annoyed by him calling alot and now I kick myself in the ass for not answering st times now feeling his depression it his need for communicating . He lived us all very much as we do him. May everyone please send a memory or something to get posted on this.. please and thank you..
Recent stories

The best uncle ever

Shared by Alexia English on September 13, 2021
Brian,sweet Brian... he was the most caring and smart mouth man alive.. the kids and I have some of the greatest memories with him.. he always had a love for the kids and would play with them as if he was one.. I remember him visiting. And all of a sudden hearing thunk.think..thunk down the stairs and the kids giggling...I said " Brian what in God's name are you teaching the kids" well the rest of the evening Brian and the kids were cardboard surfing down the stairs... love and miss you brother!! ❤❤❤

My brother

Shared by Wendy Silves on March 3, 2021
Brian was a special person he would do anything to help . His love of children was very much a special part of him maybe the need for his own was troubling in a way deep down. He was young at heart and often said things you would wonder why that was so funny. He had a crude kinda humor I'd say!!
when I was young brian would sleepwalk and flip his eye lids just to scare me. He loved to torment me any way he could. That was my brother. I wish he was here today.. rip brother..
Shared by Wendy Silves on March 8, 2021
He loved to sing a song that went like this.