Sean Michael Bremkamp

Born: 09/23/1983 Passed:

Sean Michael Bremkamp born September 23, 1983 in Houston, Texas, always a cowboy at heart; went home to be with his Heavenly Father September 11, 2019. Sean was admired for his many talents and love for woodworking. He was respected for his great work ethic and kindness to co-workers. Sean was a loyal friend and a grateful recovering alcoholic having over 4 years of sobriety. Sean will be remembered most for his witty sense of humor and ability to make others laugh.

He is survived by his father, Mike Bremkamp; mother, Cindi Bremkamp; sister, Melissa Bremkamp; grand “Pa” Roy M. Lewis of Akron, Ohio and grandmother, Shirley Bremkamp of Springhill, Florida.

Sean was preceded in death by his grandfather, Raymond Bremkamp and grandmother, MaryEllen Lewis.

In keeping with the families wishes no public services are planned at this time.


6 Tributes to Sean Michael Bremkamp

  1. Carrie Nyholm (Humes) says:

    Being that Sean was a neighborhood and children’s friend, I have many fond memories of him. I Will always remember the good times riding bikes and running around the neighborhood until dark with our other neighborhood friends. Sean was always a funny, kindhearted guy. Rest in peace. God bless.

  2. Sherada (Mann) Byers says:

    I have known Sean since he was just a little guy and always remember the twinkle in his eyes when he smiled. He was a beautiful baby and handsome young man, more than that kind at heart and very vulnerable needing kindness too. I went to see him once after an injury at the hospital and we sat and talked and even though he was injured, he made me laugh throughout our visit. It was a special time for me that I always remembered…and his wonderful smile.. My heart goes out to Melissa, Mike, and Cindy and the entire Bremkamp family during this very tragic time..

  3. No name says:

    We will not forget you Sean!!) Love you.

    • Eric ring says:

      I first met Sean when we worked at kraus pizza in north canton. At the end of our first shift together he said to me”it’s been real, it’s been a pleasure, but I can’t say it’s been a real pleasure”????!!! We became closer friends after high school and had many many good times together and many laughs as well!! Due to my own vices we had some separation throughout his sobriety, but yet we still talked often!! I will regret not being there for him more thru some of his tuff times but he knew I was still there!! I wish I would have expressed my feelings more when I had the chances to!! But Sean if somehow you could see this I want you to know that I was so proud of you and respected you so much!! I know you wouldn’t believe me but I looked up to you. You have made me take a good look at myself as well and I thank you for that!! I love you brother and will never forget you!! Rest In Peace friend!!! Until we meet again!!! oh and FYI my mowing is is more strait then yours!!

  4. Paul Lemmon says:

    This breaks my heart. I remember years ago I’d always see Sean at our buddies house and we would always BS about work, girls, and life. Always great conversation and Sean always had a beautiful girl with him. He was outgoing and a friendly person. I got a call just a couple weeks ago from Sean to do some work for him and it was the first time I have seen him in at least 10 years. We stood around and talked and caught up longer than it took to do the work. I didn’t care, We had great conversation (as always) and it was wonderful to get caught up and hear how Sean was doing so well. Rest easy my brother. Gone way too soon. Condolences to the family.

  5. Leon and Sherri Ward says:

    Dear Mike and family,
    May you find peace and strength in the days ahead through the love and caring of family and friends.

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