Brian Christopher Reeves
Brian Christopher Reeves, 39, of Midland, lastly found the peace he’d been browsing for on June 20, 2021. The healthcare viewpoint leaves small area for interpretation, but those who realized him suspect he couldn’t bear to enjoy his beloved Tigers consider to form by themselves out for yet an additional season. In any situation, he and his Grandpa Reeves can love the spectacle alongside one another yet again. It is tough to distill the complexities and nuances of Brian’s lifestyle into an obituary, but if you just take very little else absent from this, know that he was kind, gentle, and fantastic. Fantastic in the truest sense of the term – imperfect, earnest, and sincere (occasionally to a fault).
Brian experienced that rare, innate excellent of such as all people. And the moment you were his buddy, you had been normally his close friend. His household is wherever this deep loyalty shined brilliant. He was a devoted fiancé, puppy-dad, son, grandson, brother, and uncle. He cherished investing time with his family members at their cottage on Major Manistique Lake, fishing for that elusive walleye he never really caught. A fashionable outdoorsman, Brian was most at dwelling on a hike or a boat. And when not there, you could uncover him fireplace with his puppy, Winston, likely chilling out to Mandolin Orange and Greensky Bluegrass. He is the 1 you’d want by your side if you experienced a hankering for fiddlehead fern and wild leek soup. He was a Yooper at heart, just born about 250 miles south.
Brian was at just about every household holiday break, recital, and birthday, generally turning fleeting moments into lifelong memories through amazing images that now cling in the properties of his family. And although we love his pictures, we are going to normally cherish the annual custom of braving the elements (and the targeted traffic) to minimize down our Xmas trees collectively. Everyone in coats, hats, gloves, snow pants, and boots, and Brian, a tiny furnace considering the fact that delivery, in only a sweatshirt and jeans, asking yourself why it was so very hot in December.
Brian had a pure expertise for not forcing issues, which confirmed in his natural athleticism. If there was a ball, bat, board, or club, Brian could decide it up virtually easily. As a kid, he played hockey, baseball, and basketball. He played golfing for H.H. Dow Substantial School and adopted in the footsteps of his father, taking part in in golfing leagues as an adult. This excellent also came as a result of in his artwork, as a painter, musician, and photographer. Brian utilized his artistry to forge a occupation as a world wide web developer, crafting attractive code that turned into elegant digital ordeals. He practiced his craft most not long ago at SAMSA, and before that at ClearRiver, as a freelancer, at Mercury Network and at the Midland Day-to-day Information.
Brian is survived by his fiancée Amanda Johnson, his mom and dad Bill and Barb Reeves, his grandmothers JoAnn Reeves and Elaine Watters, his sister Cindy Yopp and her partner, Justin Yopp and his nieces Ellie and Harlow Yopp. He was predeceased by his grandfathers Fred Reeves and Don Watters.
There will be a visitation with relatives held at Ware-Smith-Woolever Funeral Residence in Midland on Wednesday, June 30, from 4-7 pm, with a memorial company subsequent at 7 pm. People who are unvaccinated are questioned to you should don a mask to secure Brian’s nieces and other individuals who are as well young or or else not able to be vaccinated. People planning an expression of sympathy are asked to contemplate donating to the Humane Modern society of Midland State ( or The Higher Peninsular Land Conservancy ( in Brian’s memory.

Printed by Midland Each day News on Jun. 24, 2021.