Brian K. Arensman, 45, Shaler Township, Penn.April 22, 2020
Brian K. Arensman, 45, of Shaler Township, Pennsylvania, passed away, on Tuesday, April 21 , 2020.
Brian was a 1992 graduate of Pike Central High School, Petersburg, Indiana, and worked for Industrial Dynamics as an electronic engineer and field service. He was also a survivor of Necrotizing Fasciitis in 2018 and will be giving the gift of life to others as an organ and tissue donor.
He is survived by his wife, Shanon Auth Arensman; one daughter, Alysa Arensman; his mother, Barbara (Bob) Fischer, Velpen, Indiana; two brothers, Rodney (Gail) Fischer of Santa Claus, Indiana, and Brian Fischer (Michelle) of Winslow, Indiana; three sisters, Angela Gentry (Brian) of Crawfordsville, Indiana, Brenda Kendall of Tell City, Indiana, and Angel Beir of Jasper, Indiana; one brother-in-law, Al (Lynette) Auth; and many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by one daughter, Angel Marie Arensman; his father, Alan Arensman; and his grandparents, Russell and Connie Schepers Arensman and Sylvester and Dorothy Buchta Stenftenagel.
Due to current CDC recommendations regarding COVID-19, all services will be held privately.
Arrangements by Neely Funeral Home; please visit us at neelyfuneralhome.com.
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