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Celebrating the life of
Brian Frank Eischeid
Passed away on December 16, 2018
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
912-352-7200
  • Visitation
  • 5:00pm to 7:00pm - Wednesday, December 19, 2018
  • Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
  • 7200 Hodgson Memorial Drive (Map)
    Savannah, Georgia 31406

  • 912-352-7200
  • Memorial Mass
  • 11:00am - Thursday, December 20, 2018
  • St. James Catholic Church
  • 8412 Whitfield Ave (Map)
    Savannah, Georgia 31406

  • 912-355-1523

Our heartfelt and deepest sympathy to the Eischeid family, may fond memories provide solace for your loss during these most difficult times. Please know that God is close to the broken-hearted. He will help you endure “Psalm 147:3” and “John 5:28,29”

Sheila, , Ga

To the Eischeid and Howard Family, Our hearts go out to you at the loss of Brian, such an incredible man of love and honor. He was a joy in your lives and how blessed you were to all be together at Thanksgiving. May God bring you peace and comfort during this difficult time knowing Brian is forever in God's love.

Nancy and Rudy Granda, Tampa, FL

My condolences to the family I am sorry for your loss our God Jehovah has promised mankind a resurrection so we can see our love ones again , please read John 5:28,29 this scripture will give you strength and comfort, again I am sorry for your loss. For more information please go to our website at JW.org

Cooper, Savannah , Ga

I'm so sorry for your loss. Death is not something that was intended to be experienced by humans. The bible holds out a beautiful promise of a ressurection at John 5:28,29. We can see our loved ones again very soon. I hope this scripture brings you some comfort as it has done for me in the past when I experienced loss. Please visit jw.org for more comforting information on this subject and so much more.

Kelly, Pooler, Ga

Dear God our heartfelt deepest condolences.I have lots of great memories of Brian as kids playing hockey on Tassinary big. I'm so very sorry to hear this

The Borghis, Sagamore, Massachusetts

Gail, Emelye, Elise, Im so sorry to hear about Brian passing, I always will remember him smiling, so respectful and loving. May the Blessed Heart of Jesus hold you and the girls close to Him, and may His Holy Mother cover the whole family with her mantle. Sending my love and prayers, I’m always here for you!! Judith (Gagge)

Judith Simpson , Savannah, Ga

Sending love and prayers to your family.

Linda and Gordon Meade, Jacksonville, Fl

Gail, We are sending you, your girls and all of the wonderful Howard and Eischeid families our warmest hugs and sincerest condolences on the loss of your special man, Brian. May God bring you all comfort and may Brian now rest In peace, knowing how much he was loved.

Liana and Bob, Temple Terrace, FL

Gail, I am so very sorry to hear of your loss! I know Brian will be deeply missed! Sending love and prayers to you and your family! Julie Chisolm

Julie Chisolm, Savannah, Ga

We are praying for you all during this difficult time. Greg, Shannon, Madison, and Lauren Voyles

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Please accept our heartfelt condolences. Our prayers are with you and family.

Bill & Dee WIssing, Marietta, GA

To the Family: Very sorry for your loss. It is a time like this that we can find comfort and strength in the promises found in God’s words at Isaiah 25:8 and Acts 24:15. We long to see their fulfillment soon.

W.J., Petersburgg, VA

May the God who comforts us in all our trails be with the Eischeid family during this time of sorrow, and remember God's promise that, "the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear His voice and come out." ( John 5: 28 & 29). Please visit www.jw.org for consolingly answers to questions like " What is the meaning of life?", " Is God to blame for our sufferings and more.

Valerie, Lawrenceville, GA

So sorry for your loss. Sending love and prayers.

Elizabeth Peltiet, Savannah, GA

My condolences to the family. May you find comfort in the scripture at Revelation 21:4 where Jehovah God promises to do away with death forever. We look forward to this beautiful hope. For more information and encouragement please visit jw.org.

Niecy, www.jw.org,

To Brian's family you have my deepest sympathies for your loss. I have known Brian for the better part of 30 years through work. What a wonderful person he was often spoke of his family loved spending time with them. Always looked forward to those Chistmas snow sking trips with his family. May God Bless you all durring this difficult time.

Steve Bashlor, Richmond Hill, Ga

Gail you and your family are in my prayers. Brian is a roll model to everyone. I’m proud to have known and worked with him for the many years. He will always be remembered. May God bless you all.

Carey F Canales, Savannah, Ga

Death is certainly an enemy that take those we love and leave much pain and emptiness of heart. Jesus Christ promised to call all those in the memorial tombs, they will hear his voice and come out. (John 5:28 & 29) Yes, the resurrection will be a reality on a peaceful earth with eternal blessings. (Psalm 37:29, Acts 24:15)

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Brian Frank Eischeid, 59, passed away Sunday, December 16, 2018 at Savannah Square surrounded by his loving family.

Brian was born in Wareham, MA and lived the first 20 years of his life in the small town of Sagamore on Cape Cod Massachusetts. He attended Upper Cape Cod Vocational Tech in Bourne as he was always curious of mechanical parts. After high school, Brian set sight on California to start his career where he worked at Hyster. A long-time friend called him to interview with his employer, newish to the United States. Brian went on to work for Tetra Pak for 35 years and held lots of positions within the Field Service Operations group. He travelled extensively for most of his career...especially throughout the United States, but also Europe and South America. Promotions moved him from California to Texas to Atlanta. Brian and his wife Gail met while working in the same Region office for Tetra Pak. Brian was the most kind, gentle and loving person. Hardly ever a cross word to, or about anyone. He was a jokester and happy- go- lucky kind of guy who loved to play golf, watch golf on TV and attend The Masters. He loved Vegas and Craps. He loved his annual trip to Iowa with his cousins and uncles, and “married-ins” to hunt pheasant and play cards. Also, his vacations in the summer months with Gail’s family to Anna Maria Island and back to Sagamore with his family for the “Clam Bake”. And although not so popular in the South, he loved his New England Patriots.

Brian is survived by his wife Gail and 2 beautiful daughters, both of Savannah, Emilye - a Junior @ UGA and Elise - a Junior at SVA. He is the son of the late Norbert Frank Eischeid and survived by his mother Geraldine Rovatti Eischeid of Wolfeboro, New Hampshire. Brian has one sister, Kerry Eischeid Tufts of Wolfeboro, New Hampshire and Robert Horgan. Brian has 2 brothers- in-law, Charles W Howard IV and his wife Debby Reed Howard of Jacksonville, and Jay W. Howard of Savannah. His sister-in law Carrie Howard Tawney was one of Brian’s best caregivers and is married to her husband Jeffrey Scott Tawney of Ponte Vedra, FL. Brian has 4 nieces -Amber Meriwether and spouse Seavey, Brittany Tufts and Taylor Howard, and his Goddaughter Rylie Tawney, and one nephew, Steven Tufts and Zoe Spiller of Stowe, Maine. Uncle B has lots of great nephews and nieces- Ava Grace, Addison Mae, Maverick Seavey, and Maddox Charles Meriwether and Everett Lee Tufts. And of course, the best neighbors and friends he and his family could ask for.

Flowers will be accepted, or donations in his memory to St. James Catholic Church and School are welcome.

 

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Our heartfelt and deepest sympathy to the Eischeid family, may fond memories provide solace for your loss during these most difficult times. Please know that God is close to the broken-hearted. He will help you endure “Psalm 147:3” and “John 5:28,29”

Sheila, , Ga

To the Eischeid and Howard Family, Our hearts go out to you at the loss of Brian, such an incredible man of love and honor. He was a joy in your lives and how blessed you were to all be together at Thanksgiving. May God bring you peace and comfort during this difficult time knowing Brian is forever in God's love.

Nancy and Rudy Granda, Tampa, FL

My condolences to the family I am sorry for your loss our God Jehovah has promised mankind a resurrection so we can see our love ones again , please read John 5:28,29 this scripture will give you strength and comfort, again I am sorry for your loss. For more information please go to our website at JW.org

Cooper, Savannah , Ga

I'm so sorry for your loss. Death is not something that was intended to be experienced by humans. The bible holds out a beautiful promise of a ressurection at John 5:28,29. We can see our loved ones again very soon. I hope this scripture brings you some comfort as it has done for me in the past when I experienced loss. Please visit jw.org for more comforting information on this subject and so much more.

Kelly, Pooler, Ga

Dear God our heartfelt deepest condolences.I have lots of great memories of Brian as kids playing hockey on Tassinary big. I'm so very sorry to hear this

The Borghis, Sagamore, Massachusetts

Gail, Emelye, Elise, Im so sorry to hear about Brian passing, I always will remember him smiling, so respectful and loving. May the Blessed Heart of Jesus hold you and the girls close to Him, and may His Holy Mother cover the whole family with her mantle. Sending my love and prayers, I’m always here for you!! Judith (Gagge)

Judith Simpson , Savannah, Ga

Sending love and prayers to your family.

Linda and Gordon Meade, Jacksonville, Fl

Gail, We are sending you, your girls and all of the wonderful Howard and Eischeid families our warmest hugs and sincerest condolences on the loss of your special man, Brian. May God bring you all comfort and may Brian now rest In peace, knowing how much he was loved.

Liana and Bob, Temple Terrace, FL

Gail, I am so very sorry to hear of your loss! I know Brian will be deeply missed! Sending love and prayers to you and your family! Julie Chisolm

Julie Chisolm, Savannah, Ga

We are praying for you all during this difficult time. Greg, Shannon, Madison, and Lauren Voyles

, ,

Please accept our heartfelt condolences. Our prayers are with you and family.

Bill & Dee WIssing, Marietta, GA

To the Family: Very sorry for your loss. It is a time like this that we can find comfort and strength in the promises found in God’s words at Isaiah 25:8 and Acts 24:15. We long to see their fulfillment soon.

W.J., Petersburgg, VA

Candle tribute lit by Jennifer Dilley — Florida

Candle tribute lit by Shannon Alvare, — Florida

May the God who comforts us in all our trails be with the Eischeid family during this time of sorrow, and remember God's promise that, "the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear His voice and come out." ( John 5: 28 & 29). Please visit www.jw.org for consolingly answers to questions like " What is the meaning of life?", " Is God to blame for our sufferings and more.

Valerie, Lawrenceville, GA

So sorry for your loss. Sending love and prayers.

Elizabeth Peltiet, Savannah, GA

My condolences to the family. May you find comfort in the scripture at Revelation 21:4 where Jehovah God promises to do away with death forever. We look forward to this beautiful hope. For more information and encouragement please visit jw.org.

Niecy, www.jw.org,

To Brian's family you have my deepest sympathies for your loss. I have known Brian for the better part of 30 years through work. What a wonderful person he was often spoke of his family loved spending time with them. Always looked forward to those Chistmas snow sking trips with his family. May God Bless you all durring this difficult time.

Steve Bashlor, Richmond Hill, Ga

Gail you and your family are in my prayers. Brian is a roll model to everyone. I’m proud to have known and worked with him for the many years. He will always be remembered. May God bless you all.

Carey F Canales, Savannah, Ga

Candle tribute lit by Carey F Canales — Georgia

Death is certainly an enemy that take those we love and leave much pain and emptiness of heart. Jesus Christ promised to call all those in the memorial tombs, they will hear his voice and come out. (John 5:28 & 29) Yes, the resurrection will be a reality on a peaceful earth with eternal blessings. (Psalm 37:29, Acts 24:15)

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