ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created by his mother in memory of Brian Faeller Crom 23 years old , born on May 1, 1995 and passed away on January 15, 2019.  Brian was shot and killed in his apartment by someone he knew and was close to at one point. He will forever be missed by all who knew and  loved him. We will remember him forever.

Posted by Coree Sanders on May 1, 2020
I Know you are very missed & Very Loved !! I just wish I got to met you !! Always loved and missed !! Love you Brian!!
Posted by Coree Sanders on January 16, 2020
I wish I got to meet you BRIAN!! You are so well loved and we’ll be so missed !!! I know you mom loves you so much !!! Never forgotten Luv Coree ❤️❤️❤️
Posted by Edward Kilgore on January 14, 2020
He was one the realest people I call family everytime I seen him he put a smile on my face he was a role model and he inspired me to chase a bag rest easy bro your a legend now watch over me and your family
Posted by Pegi Peterson on January 11, 2020
Hard to believe it has been almost a year since our families loss. But you will always be in our hearts!
Posted by JD Smith on January 11, 2020
Michelle I wish I would have met your son. Thank you for creating this site and honoring his short life. There is something about him that has helped change my life for the better. At times its so sad knowing he is gone, but then knowing he is in heaven it brings a smile to my heart. Prayers to Brian and your family.
Posted by Kevin Hobson on March 17, 2019
Brian my friend I will always remember you and your Haha jokes... (my face is up here) lol the day you told me that joke made my day so much better. I miss ya buddy. Never forgotten.
Posted by Pegi Peterson on March 12, 2019
Your light still shines bright! We miss you! Aunt Pegi

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Recent Tributes
Posted by Coree Sanders on May 1, 2020
I Know you are very missed & Very Loved !! I just wish I got to met you !! Always loved and missed !! Love you Brian!!
Posted by Coree Sanders on January 16, 2020
I wish I got to meet you BRIAN!! You are so well loved and we’ll be so missed !!! I know you mom loves you so much !!! Never forgotten Luv Coree ❤️❤️❤️
Posted by Edward Kilgore on January 14, 2020
He was one the realest people I call family everytime I seen him he put a smile on my face he was a role model and he inspired me to chase a bag rest easy bro your a legend now watch over me and your family
his Life

Died

Brian Michael Faeller Crom was shot and killed in his apartment by the hands of someone he once trusted and loved and whom betrayed him January 15, 2019

Born

Brian Michael Faeller Crom was born May 1, 1995 to John Henry Crom and Michelle Eva Hartl in Omaha Nebraska. He is the youngest. He has a older brother Aaron Christopher Crom 

Grandparents Dick and Barbra Crom

Sharon & Dwight Becherer and Rod and Carla Hartl

Aunts

Tina Olmedo

Becky Crom

Renae Hartl

Danelle Darling

Uncle 

Bryan Schiffbauer

Stepdad

Stan Bridger

Stepmom

Patrice Crom

lots of cousins 

Recent stories
Shared by Bryan Schiffbauer on January 16, 2020
I wished I could have met you, nephew. Seeing the sadness and how much you are missed tells me how incredible of a person you were. Your legacy lives on with the stories that are told and the memories that are held by the people you impacted. I am saddened we never met but your flame continues to burn. Rest in Peace, nephew. We will meet someday.
Your uncle,
Bryan 

Brian your forever loved and missed, grandma Sharon

Shared by Sharon Becherer on January 12, 2020
 I was there the day the doctors brought Brian into this world. He was long, thin, light hair, brown eyes 6 lbs 11 oz. He became a very energetic happy little boy. His smile was beautiful, and made me forget the whole world. He could steal the hearts of all our family. It was so much joy and fun watching him grow into a very loving young man .His jokes and laughter brought such joy and enthusiasm to the family. He wanted to be accepted for who he was .We loved him so much! Brian was the kind of person who would help anyone if he could. Many nights his kind and compassionate heart helped a friend in need, thought their troubled night with a listening ear. Even though he expressed himself covered with tattoos, he was deeply cared about in his community. At his visitation a stranger approached Michelle just to express his gratitude to her about Brian. Brian was driving along one day and saw this man on the side of the road in distress. He was having a heart attack. Brian took him to the hospital and gave him cab fare to get back home. I was most touched when two of the restaurants Brian frequently dinned at, said Brain were a very respectful man, and wanted to pay their respect to our family by providing food, after the funeral service to feed everyone.

Brian’s loss is beyond words and the devastation is beyond belief. He will never have the opportunities for our family gatherings, celebrations, and holidays.We will forever miss Brian’s jokes, his vibrant laugh, and sense of humor, his big smile on his face. I will never receive any more hugs from him, nor will I ever hear him say I love you grandma. I will never be able to offer him loving grandma advice. He will never marry, have children, or reach his full potential. I will never see him be a good father. We will always suffer an empty brokenhearted black hole in our heart and lives. Our heart is forever broken beyond repair. He is missed extremely! My heart will always ache for you Brian. Your forever loved and missed by your grandma and family.





The engagement night

Shared by Christina Cherek on January 12, 2020

The very first time I met Brian, he referred to himself as Boog. We met on the night my ex fiancé proposed to me, when he heard he said oooo let me see. He was anxious to see my ring. Everyone that was with him wanted to see too. Then he offered to give us a ride back up to the house from the park we were at. We agreed and hopped in. Well little did we know that we would get pulled over by a cop looking at the Christmas lights on our street.  He had just bought a new car and the cop was worried that the car wasn’t his. After all that we said goodbyes. Little did I know that one time meeting Brian, he would end up becoming family. I miss the hours I would spend at his apartment just talking about life.  All the positive words he told me. Everytime I was going through something with my ex he would say things would get better.  I have never met anyone in my life with the heart of gold he had.  There’s not a day or hour that goes by that I don’t think of him. He was a real friend. I love and miss you Boogie.