In loving memory of

Brian Schieweck
February 8, 2000 - February 8, 2023

On February 8, 2023, his 23rd birthday, Brian Gale Schieweck went home to be with the Lord. His passing was sudden and unexpected and has left our family devasted. Brian Gale was born in Detroit, Michigan, beloved son of Brian Patrick Schieweck, dearest brother of Robert and Sara Schieweck. Loved grandson of Virginia and Lloyd Slabaugh, and Robert and Tina Miller. Brian is proceeded in death by his mother Jennifer Dawn Miller-Schieweck, his great grandmother Bernice Micklash, his grandfather Gale Schieweck, and his grandmother Mary Ann Gogoleski. Brian graduated in 2018 from Chippewa Valley High School where he was an exceptional athlete in baseball as well as football, leading his team as Head Captain. At the end of Brian's football season his senior year he was honored to be chosen to play in the All Star East-West Football game for the State where Brian made the first play of the game. With the guidance of Coach Scott Merchant, Brian chose to continue his career and take his talents to Northern Michigan University. During his time at NMU, Brian worked hard to play defensive back for his first 3 years of college, then, in his senior year he was moved to inside linebacker. Football was Brians passion, and he was never happier then when he was on the field. Watching him play was a dream that we as family will always cherish. Brian was always an inspiring leader with his infectious personality and true love for the game. Brian also excelled off the field, being the first in his family to graduate with a Bachelor's Degree, in Criminal Justice and a minor in Sociology. After his college graduation Brian wanted to deepen his relationship with Jesus and faithfully attended church every Sunday at The Rock. Brian truly was the life of the party and could make anyone smile even on their saddest day. He viewed life as a celebration and would want all his family and friends to celebrate the time they had with him here. Brian Gale will be deeply missed and his light will continue to shine in the hearts of those that he has left behind. Brian wanted his life to be celebrated, hoodies, sweatpants and jordans are welcome. Brian's life was filled with joy and he wanted the same for his funeral, B always said he didn't want anyone to wear black during his memorial.
A memorial gathering will be Saturday, March 4, 2023 1-8pm with a service at 6:30pm at Chas. Verheyden, Inc., 43300 Garfield Rd., Clinton Township, 48038
Inurnment will take place Monday, March 6th at 11:00am at St. Mary Cemetery, 36105 24 Mile Rd., New Baltimore, Michigan 48047


Hasan Karim wrote on Mar 4, 2023:

"Brian (Big B), Our Deepest sympathy to you and your family. Brian (Little B) was a nice young man who I'm grateful to have met and spent time with. Take care Bro. and will contact you one things settle down. Take care. Love, Hasan, Amani, and Tonya (Karim Family)"

Jean Marie Shaw wrote on Feb 24, 2023:

"I was deeply saddened to hear the news of Brians passing. I work at NMU in Northern Lights Dining. I remember Brian coming in to eat and asking me for the m&m's for his ice cream. After a couple of days of being out of them I went out and bought him some so he would have them. He never came in without making sure he said hi and asked how your day was going. I will miss your big smile my friend. RIP Brian"

maria toyra wrote on Feb 23, 2023:

"I am truly sorry for your family's loss. I was shocked to hear this sad news! I work in Dining at NMU, he was always so friendly, respectful, grateful, always thanking us for everything. RIP Brian "

Greg Martinez wrote on Feb 15, 2023:

"A true shining STAR !!!! Little ?B? the GOAT !!! On & off the field. He truly was & always will be the angel in the field of dreams. Sincerely, Greg & Ryan Martinez"

Kevin Krasniqi wrote on Feb 15, 2023:

"To my brother, We lead the pack out together and we will lead it out again. Watch over us from up top big guy. Forever in our hearts BS2. I?ll see you soon brother Love your brothers "

Laura Anne Merlo wrote on Feb 15, 2023:

"My son is a teammate A Northern Wildcat my thoughts and prayers are with the family"

michael l ferron wrote on Feb 13, 2023:

"B, God Bless you on your next journey."

Tiffany Bell wrote on Feb 11, 2023:

"Brian was my sons teammate and friend. Watching #6 play was a complete joy. He stood out on the field and was an amazing athlete. He will be so missed God speed Brian. "

Makaya Wilson wrote on Feb 11, 2023:

"I met Brian in one of my classes and he also played football with my boyfriend at NMU. Everytime he seen me in the hall way he?ll always say ?hey makaya? with a big smile on his face. Such a respectful young man. He will truly be missed. "

Kelsey wrote on Feb 10, 2023:

"I met Brian through my brother. They were college friends and football teammates. Brian was such a kind happy soul with the biggest smile. He will be missed so much by so many. May god bless your soul Brian and may you rest easy in heaven. ??"

Riley McDonough wrote on Feb 10, 2023:

"Brian was truly one of a kind. One of the most loyal guys I?ve ever known. He lived life to the fullest and spread that joy for life to all who he encountered. I was blessed to have known him. Rest easy B. "

Ethan Obeng wrote on Feb 10, 2023:

"He was a great friend and even better person. Always knew how to make me feel comfortable in any environment or situation. Rest easy"

Edward Pierson wrote on Feb 10, 2023:

"Brian was the type of person you meet once in your lifetime. The best roomate I could ask for, friend, brother, and teammate. He was loved by all and truly made a huge impact in my life and the lives of others. "

Tyshon King wrote on Feb 10, 2023:

"A true friend and even better human, he left a mark on everyone he encountered. Definitely was loved and will be missed "