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Brian Dwain Wittenhagan

September 10, 1966 September 15, 2020
Brian Dwain Wittenhagan
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Brian Dwain Wittenhagen was born September 10, 1966 and left us too soon on September 15, 2020 at the age of 54. We were unable to celebrate his birthday that had just passed.
A human life is a collection of memories and stories, and I’m sure we all have an exceptionally great story in our lifetime that also included Brian (A.K.A. – Possum, “B”, or “Witt”).
Brian’s love for the outdoors shown in every aspect of his life. Beginning with his love for casing with the early morning sun rise, hoping to catch that one big bass before he had to start his workday. He would wear his cut-off camo shorts, camo t-shirt - the t-shirt being optional usually just slung over his shoulder to wipe the sweat or swishing the mosquitoes or bugs away –, and he would carry a large hunting knife that you could always guarantee would be by his side 24/7. He loved to hunt, set traps, and check on his traps. With those last few minutes of day light he had left, if he could manage to get back out, he would say to Tammie, “Hey, Baby, I’m just gonna go cast a couple of times before dark,” because that big bass would be calling his name. Brian would do this while having a full-time job and helping anyone who asked for it.
Almost everyone in Vernon Parish can attest that Brian was one of the best cooks around. There is hardly a single soul in this parish that wouldn’t agree that Brian could cook anything, and it would be absolutely amazing. He loved to cook for everyone regardless of how much he had done that day. He loved to hear feedback from restaurants he cooked in to ensure every single person was happy and satisfied with their meal.
Brian loved his family. He was extremely close to his sister, Dianne and his three brothers, Eric, James, and Scotty. Though they might not have been his biological brothers, that never seemed to matter to them. They were always inseparable. Brian loved all his grandchildren, and they loved their Paw Paw Brian. He was loved by all, and we will all miss him dearly.
Brian leaves behind his brother, Eric Wittenhagen of Leesville, LA; sisters, Dianne Mayo and husband Earl of Slagle LA and their children, Matthew Bloomquist, Donnie Bloomquist, and Tabitha Mayo; sister Cheryl O’Malley and husband Bill of Nebraska and their children, Nikki Weis and Meagan Pignotti; spouse, Tammie Renee Beeson; two daughters, Jaclyn Brooks and husband Clinton of Hornbeck, LA and Tiffany Ling and husband Reid of Hot Springs, AR; Brian’s dog-son, Bandit whom he shared with Tammie in Anacoco, LA; and grandchildren, Kazden Jones of Leesville, LA; Mikalyn “KK” Smith, Deuce Brooks, & Randi Brooks of Hornbeck, LA; and Veronica Nevaeh, Monica Danielle, Chason Cade, Charley Shay, & Skyler “Bug” Cage of Hot Springs, AR
Brian was predeceased by his father and mother, Dwain and Selma Wittenhagen of Leesville, LA.
Brian may be gone from this world, but he will never be forgotten!
A visitation for Brian Dwain Wittenhagen will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Friday, September 18, 2020 at Jeane’s Funeral Service.
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10:00 AM 9/18/2020 10:00:00 AM - 1:00 PM 9/18/2020 1:00:00 PM
Jeane's Funeral Service

100 E Union St.
Leesville, LA 71446

Jeane's Funeral Service
100 E Union St. Leesville 71446 LA
United States

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