James David Breyer

Born: 08/12/1952 Passed:

James David Breyer, 67, passed away February 27th, 2020 after an extended illness.

Born and raised in Akron, Ohio, he was preceded in death by his parents John H. and Virginia A. Breyer (Lester)

Jim served in the Army, and after, his travels took him to Connecticut and Florida, where he leaves behind lifelong friends.

Jim spent many years self employed as a painter, but his real passion was painting on canvas. Jim loved his music especially Bluegrass and Folk, it became part of who he was. He also loved ALL things nature, and the two happily collided in the many drawings and paintings he created that adorn their home. He was an avid gardener, and the birds appreciated what he hadn’t planted for them in his vegetable and flower gardens.

Jim was a huge “Indians “and “Browns” fan, never missing a game, always loyal to his “Ohio” teams

Last but not least, 28 years ago he graciously stepped up when his sister needed a lifesaving kidney. He will always be her “hero”, but he gave out of love and not to be a hero.

He leaves to grieve his passing his devoted and loving wife, Tammy S. (Brinson) Breyer; sons, Brandon Breyer, and Dylan Breyer;  brothers, Robert A. and Janice Breyer, John and Sandy Breyer, Gary Breyer, Marty Breyer;  sister, Susan K. (Breyer) and Rick Starcher; stepdaughters, Sarah LaSheir and Shana LaShier; many loving nephews and their spouses, great nephews, great nieces, 6 grandchildren, and special friends, Lee Rohan and Leslie Kramer.

In lieu of flowers, condolences may be sent to 143 Durling Dr., Apt.14, Wadsworth, Ohio 44281. Graveside services will be held March 16th at 2pm at Ohio Western Reserve Cemetery, 10175 Rawiga RD. Seville, Ohio.

Condolences and special memories can also be shared with the family online at www.heritagecremationsociety.com

Heritage Cremation Society

330.564.1213

3 Tributes to James David Breyer

  1. Susan Breyer Starcher says:

    I’m heartbroken “Jimbo”
    Life will Never be the same without YOU. Thank you for saving my life with your kidney and Your love..
    So glad I had you to grow up with …basically you, me and Mom…I pray Mom is holding you tight now. Missing you both. Sleep in peace sweet brother..Sis Sue

  2. John Breyer says:

    Jim was a loving supportive brother who I will miss. I cherished all our conversations and time spent together. I know your pain is gone now. I love you brother, brother John

  3. Anonymous says:

    Jim was one of a kind I met him at a very young age he still my heart distance never change that I am thankful to have known him God bless all of his family and his wife

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