Jacob Benjamin Brehmer was born on January 20, 1997. He passed away on July 27, 2020, at the age of 23. Jacob was a devoted son, brother, and friend. He had an infectious smile and sense of humor, spreading joy to all of those around him. He was a passionate sports fan who loved to share his extensive knowledge of team and player stats. His favorite teams were The Ohio State Buckeyes, Columbus Blue Jackets, and Green Bay Packers. Jacob was working on earning a degree in social work. He worked at Port 45 Recovery. Jacob was a member of Phi Kappa Tau fraternity at Ohio University. Jacob loved music, playing golf, and, most of all, loved simply spending quality time with his beloved circle of family and friends. He had so many wonderful friends and thought of them as family.
Jacob was preceded in death by grandfathers Howard Brehmer and James Klunk Sr. He is lovingly remembered by his mother Cynthia Klunk Brehmer; father and stepmother Jeffrey and Amy Brehmer; sisters Megan and Shelby Brehmer; step brothers Taylor, Joshua, and Ethan Ball; grandparents Barbara and Robert Banasik, Carolyn Klunk; aunts and uncles Cathy and Chris Armstrong, Julie and Tony Keefer, Sue and Jim Klunk; cousins Ellie and Hank Keefer, Annie and Wendy Klunk. Jacob will be deeply missed by many other close friends and relatives.
Calling hours will be held 4:00-8:00p.m. THURSDAY at the TIDD FAMILY FUNERAL HOME, 5265 Norwich Street, Hilliard, OH 43026 (614)-876-1722 where his Funeral Service will be held 10:00a.m. FRIDAY, JULY 31, 2020. Entombment will follow at Union Cemetery, Columbus, OH. Due to the Corona Virus Pandemic, Social Distancing will be followed and visitors are required to wear a mask while at the funeral home. If they choose, friends are asked to consider a memorial donation in Jacob’s memory be made to: House of Hope, 825 Dennison Avenue, Columbus, OH 43215 www.hofhope.org. Please share your favorite memory of Jacob on this webpage or send your condolences to his family. www.tiddfuneralservice.com.
In Jacob’s words;
“The fam, My boys, My Buckeyes, The CBJ, and The Green Bay Packers.”