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June 4, 1973 – October 26, 2022

Brian Jay Stuckmayer, age 49, of Rockford passed away on October 26, 2022 at The Estates of Delano.

He was born in Minneapolis on June 4, 1973 the son Richard & JoAnne (Gladwin) Stuckmayer.

Brian was formerly employed with his father in the fabrication of sheet metal.

He enjoyed fishing with his son Tristin.

Brian was also fond of playing the guitar, playing pool and working on autos.

Survived by his father: Richard (Mary) Stuckmayer; his mother: JoAnne (Larry) Schermerhorn; a son: Tristin: a brother: Chris (Melisa) Stuckmayer; a sister: Megan (James) Lehrke; a niece: Paige Jernberg; nephews: Tyler, Sam and Gabe Stuckmayer; other relatives and friends.

Preceded in death by his grandparents Wayne Stuckmayer and Doris Stuckmayer, Robert Gladwin and Bernice Gladwin.

9 Guestbook Entries

  1. AJ

    Dick and family I am so sorry for your loss. I’m thinking of you all. B

  2. Reid Gilbert

    May God give you peace and comfort as you mourn the loss of Brian. I remember when he was a part of the youth group at Buffalo Covenant.
    Psalm 46 “God is our refuge and strength, an ever present help in times of trouble.”

  3. Natalie and Bill Davis

    Dick, Mary and family,

    Caring thoughts and Prayers.

  4. Laura Drews

    I’m so sorry to all of Brian’s family.he will be so my angel til we meet again.your all in my thoughts and prayers

  5. Rick penaz

    Will miss him he was a great friend to me it had been a while since I seen him my prayers to his family and friends

  6. Vanessa Gebes

    My prayers for all his family and friends Brian may have left my sight but will always live in a part of my heart. I miss the talks we had over the years never forgotten.

  7. Sue and John Fuller-Ward

    Joanne and Larry, so sorry for the loss of your son Brian. God will help you through this tough time and always.

  8. Wayne and Sue Fingalson

    So very sorry to hear of your loss. Our condolences to our old friends, the Stuckmayer family. Prayers and hugs for you.

  9. Amy

    Prayers to the family. So sorry for your loss. Brian was a good friend, we met when we were teenagers. I loved hearing him play his guitar and he taught me how to play pool. I was saddened to hear of his passing. He will be missed.


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