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Brian Flowers
  • September 19, 1975
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  • February 16, 2020

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Brian Richard Flowers 44 of Pontiac, Michigan aka/Cousin Crunch died Sunday February 16, 2020.

Brian was born September 19, 1975 to Richard and Jacqueline Flowers at St Joseph Hospital Lorain, Ohio. He was baptized April 10, 1988 at People’s Community Church Berea, Ohio by Pastor Leroy McCreary

Brian leaves to cherish his memory his mother Jacqueline (nee) Montgomery Flowers-Henning, a brother Richard A. Jr (Melinda), three nephews Daniel, Richard III, Miles, and one niece Myrasia, many aunts, uncles, cousins and close friends.

Brian was preceded in death by his father, Richard A Flowers, Sr, his step-father, William F Henning, maternal grandparents; Isaac and Mamie Montgomery, paternal grandparents Tawatha and Anna Flowers numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and close friends.

Brian attended Kindergarten through ninth grade in; Strongsville, Ohio, Sierra Vista, Arizona, Olmsted Falls, Ohio and Dearborn, Michigan. He earned several belts in the Martial Arts of Karate. In his high school years, he attended Case Technical High School Detroit, Michigan and graduated from Cranbrook Kingswood Private College Prep Boarding School Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. He played football, #25 varsity and lacrosse, for Cranbrook. He attended Arizona State University (ASU) Tempe, Arizona and Specs Howard Media Arts School of Broadcasting Southfield, Michigan.

Brian developed his life’s passion as a team member opening and closing various restaurants, oyster bars, prime steak houses, fine wines, imported cigars and high-end gift shops in numerous cities and states throughout the USA.

Brian was the #1 fan of the Dallas Cowboys, Detroit Red Wings Hockey and Arizona (ASU) “Sun Devils” Football team. His favorite musical groups were; Beastie Boys, The 311 Band, Michael Jackson, Tobymac and Cory Asbury.

A family and close friend Celebration of Life and Memorial graveside service was held at Elmwood Cemetery Elyria, Ohio. Brian is being inurned with his father Richard A Flowers, Sr who was buried July 13, 1979.

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  1. Jacqueline Henning says:
    23 Dec 2022
    Christmas isn't Christmas without you!
    Love mom

  2. Jacqueline Henning lit a candle:
    23 Dec 2022
    Lit since December 23, 2022 at 12:47:05 AM

  3. Jacqueline D Henning says:
    19 Sep 2022
    Brian, you are always in my heart.
    Missing you!
    Love mom

  4. Jacqueline D Henning lit a candle:
    19 Sep 2022
    Lit since September 19, 2022 at 9:59:24 AM

  5. Jacqueline Henning says:
    02 Jun 2022
    Missing you!

  6. Jacqueline Henning lit a candle:
    02 Jun 2022
    Lit since June 2, 2022 at 6:34:52 PM

  7. Seretha (ceecee) lit a candle:
    12 Aug 2020
    Lit since August 12, 2020 at 8:29:11 AM

  8. Bess Bolton says:
    12 Aug 2020
    Sis Jackie, my heart goes out to you knowing the pain you have. I am continually praying for your strength, comfort and peace. Brian was so loved. As we always believe, nothing can separate us from the love of God. May Brian rest in peace. Sis Bess

  9. Bess Bolton lit a candle:
    12 Aug 2020
    Lit since August 12, 2020 at 8:24:58 AM

  10. Olivia Whetstone says:
    11 Aug 2020
    Hi Brian, this is your aunt Olivia. I just wanted to say that I'm sad to see you go, but find joy in knowing that you accepted the Lord as your personal savior. Although your time on earth was short, your impact on many lives was great, which is a testimony that I am very proud to hold onto In loving memory...

  11. Larry says:
    11 Aug 2020
    Hey cousin Brian, your presents on earth will be greatly missed, but scripture says it best. " 2 Cor: 5:6-8 6. Therefore we are always confident, knowing that, whilst we are at home in the body we are absent from the Lord. 7. for we walk by faith not by sight. 8.We are confident I say, and willing rather to be absent from the body, and to be present with the Lord. Love you and miss you cuz. To God be the glory..

  12. Jacqueline Flowers-Henning says:
    25 Jul 2020
    My dear Brian, I love you more than you will ever know. My heart is sad and my mind races everyday thinking what would you do, what would you say, how would you handle all the chaos going on in the world today. How would you explain and how would you encourage those close around you to understand the time in which we are living. Even though, I am your mom, you were my intellectual genius. I still can't work the electronics in the house and definitely my IPHONE, lol. But, for those of us who love you and love The Lord, we know that you are safe and sound. You are resting peacefully with your earthly father and with your heavenly Father. I miss you everyday; I miss your presence, your funny dancing, your voice, our long talks, your view on "everything" and definitely your smile. We lost a brilliant light that shined so brightly in this crazy world. How do you mend a broken heart? You are severely miss, But, my heart must go on! You are forever loved and in my heart. Your Mom

  13. Kevin Spencer says:
    22 Jul 2020
    Brian, you left too soon, too young, and too abruptly. All of us who trust in Jesus also trust we will see you again, with no more tears, no more sorrows, and an eternity to chat. Your memorial service was great, but you already know that. Rest in Peace, until the last trumpet!

  14. Jacqueline Flowers-Henning lit a candle:
    22 Jul 2020
    Lit since July 22, 2020 at 7:11:10 PM

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