- February 11, 1962 - March 20, 2017
- Warren, Michigan
of Bryan's Passing
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“Rest In Peace to a good hearted, funny and sweet man who left us way before his time. Always shared his love with his wife, his family and friends,...Read More »
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“Please accept my deepest sympathy on the passing of Bryan. You are in mythoughts as you grieve for him. God feels for you in your pain. Pray to...Read More »
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“Will miss you my Bryan, loved you like a brother. We had a ton of laughs together. Sue and Kim Im so sorry for your loss.
3 of 6 | Posted by: Gino Calabrese - Warren, MI
“Love you cousin...may you forever Rest In Peace.
4 of 6 | Posted by: Sandy George - Commerce, MI
“We are sorry for your loss and know that you will miss him. Just takes time to get over this.
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“Was an honor to call you my family!!! I know you are battery free being bombarded with a bunch of very happy dogs and 2 rats.... we miss you and are...Read More »
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Bryan Keith Diegel, age 55 of Warren, died Monday, March 20, 2017 at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. He was born February 11, 1962 in Detroit, son of the Clay and the late Christine (nee: Combs) Diegel.
Employed as a machine repairman in the automotive industry, Bryan held an appreciation for all things motor related. From his interest in the various car shows that speckled the Michigan landscape that he faithfully attended,…to the fun and exhilaration he always experienced each time he took the Harley out for a spin,…there was no mistaking Bryan's love for things that moved on wheels, unquestionably with guts and speed.
It's been said you can learn much about a man who cares for animals, so that makes memories of Bryan quite special as he both appreciated and filled his home with a number of dogs throughout the years. And not merely dogs looking for a good home, but many of them were rescue dogs eager to land in a home where love would abound,…and they definitely found that at Bryan's place. Currently left to cherish the memory of their Master are Radar, Sasha, Morgan & Billy.
Though there are many stories and adjectives that could tell the story of Bryan, simply stated,…he was a nice guy with a great & unique sense of humor who was loved by all with whom he was blessed to know. Through his many walks of life, Bryan amassed a storehouse of wonderful and caring friends,…not to mention the host of loving family members that filled his life. Each, in their own right, helped to provide Bryan countless hours of fun, and the warm memories that always brought a smile to his face. To each of them, Bryan leaves a special legacy of love to be embraced with each reflection shared. Gone far too soon from our presence, may his absence be filled by the assurance that a loving family member or friend is now an abiding Guardian Angel. May he rest in peace.
Bryan was the beloved husband of Susan. Dearest son of the late Clay and Chris Diegel. Loving brother of Kim, and brother-in-law of Bob. Cherished friend Carolyn; Poppa to Emma and Riley; and Uncle to Komiko. He leaves nephew & Godson, Steven; Best Friend, Michael Herroscheck; and his "Second Mother", Joan Herroscheck. Bryan is also survived by many other loving aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
Arrangements have been entrusted to the D.S. Temrowski & Sons Funeral Home, 30009 Hoover Rd. at Common (12 ½ mile) in Warren.
Please share memories of Bryan at his memory book above.