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      CPT Brian A Stillman
      • ABOUT THIS HERO
      Name: Brian A. Stillman
      Rank: Captain
      Branch: Ohio Army National Guard
      DoB - DoD: August 10, 1973 - March 10, 2017
      Plaque Recipient: Wife
      CPT Brian A. Stillman, 43-years old, went home to be with the Lord on Friday, March 10th, 2017, while training on active duty at Camp Atterbury, IN. He was born in Wadsworth Ohio to Roy and Patricia Stillman on August 10th, 1973, and attended Norton High School where he graduated in 1992. 
      Brian proudly served the Ohio Army National Guard and the Department of Veterans Affairs for over 25 years. Brian was a member of the Community Church of Portage Lakes. He loved to take adventures with his family, especially exploring new places together when possible - something which he always did with love in his heart. He was a man full of integrity, humility, and selflessness who put all others first before himself; it's this approach that made him so admired by those around him.                                                
      He is survived by his wife of 19 and one-half years, Ingrid; son, Logan; daughter, Abigail; parents, Roy and Patricia; brothers, David (Demi), Scott, and John; mother-in-law, Sherry Kocher; sisters-in-law, Gretta Weaver, Heidi (Brian) Rowe, and his loving nieces and nephews.

      • ABOUT THE HERO
      Name: Brian A. Stillman
      Rank: Captain
      Branch: Ohio Army National Guard
      DoB - DoD: August 10, 1973 - March 10, 2017
      Plaque Recipient: Wife
      CPT Brian A. Stillman, 43-years old, went home to be with the Lord on Friday, March 10th, 2017, while training on active duty at Camp Atterbury, IN. He was born in Wadsworth Ohio to Roy and Patricia Stillman on August 10th, 1973, and attended Norton High School where he graduated in 1992. 
      Brian proudly served the Ohio Army National Guard and the Department of Veterans Affairs for over 25 years. Brian was a member of the Community Church of Portage Lakes. He loved to take adventures with his family, especially exploring new places together when possible - something which he always did with love in his heart. He was a man full of integrity, humility, and selflessness who put all others first before himself; it's this approach that made him so admired by those around him.                                                
      He is survived by his wife of 19 and one-half years, Ingrid; son, Logan; daughter, Abigail; parents, Roy and Patricia; brothers, David (Demi), Scott, and John; mother-in-law, Sherry Kocher; sisters-in-law, Gretta Weaver, Heidi (Brian) Rowe, and his loving nieces and nephews.