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Todd BROHMAN

Todd Anthony Brohman of Pembroke peacefully passed away on Friday, August 18, 2023, at the age of 52. He was a dedicated husband to Pamela Bonnie Brohman (nee Moriarty) and a loving father to Dan Brohman (Victoria) and Quinn “Sheesh” Brohman (Adam). Todd was known for his caring nature and was born to the late Kenneth Brohman in 1971. He was a son-in-law to Catherine Kuehl (Mike) and the late Melville Moriarty (2015). Todd’s siblings included Leslie “Sessie” Uhrig (Steve), while his brothers-in-law were Mel Moriarty (Paula) and Allan Moriarty (Megan). He will be greatly missed by numerous nieces and nephews. Todd was admired as a mentor and a creative individual, and he was adored by his family, friends, and colleagues at the Home Depot, where he spent 26 years of his life. He made countless sacrifices to ensure the wellbeing of his wife and children. Todd had a passion for fishing, spending time with his cats, playing pool, and engaging in hands-on creations. Many will remember him as a clever and charismatic person. Keeping with Todd’s wishes, his body was cremated. A Celebration of Life was held at the Neville Funeral Home on Saturday, August 26, 2023. Donations to the Ontario SPCA – Renfrew County Branch were encouraged in lieu of flowers. Online condolences can be shared on the funeral home’s website.

In loving memory of Todd Anthony Brohman, a resident of Pembroke, it is with a heavy heart that we announce his peaceful passing on Friday, August 18, 2023 at the age of 52. Todd’s unwavering devotion to his family and his nurturing nature made him a cherished husband to Pamela Bonnie Brohman (nee Moriarty), a loving father to Dan Brohman (Victoria) and Quinn “Sheesh” Brohman (Adam), and a caring son to the late Kenneth Brohman. He had deep ties to his extended family, as he was a son-in-law to Catherine Kuehl (Mike) and the late Melville Moriarty. Among his loved ones was his dear sister, Leslie “Sessie” Uhrig (Steve), while he was also considered a sibling to brothers-in-law Mel Moriarty (Paula) and Allan Moriarty (Megan). Todd’s memory will forever remain in the hearts of his numerous nieces and nephews. He was highly regarded as a mentor and a person of great creativity, inspiring admiration and affection from all who knew him – be it his relatives, friends, or coworkers during his long tenure at the Home Depot, spanning 26 years. Known for his paternal instinct, Todd selflessly provided for his wife and children throughout the years. He delighted in fishing, doting on his feline companions, engaging in playful competition in pool games, and showcasing his talent for crafting. His sharp wit and charm made him a memorable presence in the lives of many. As we bid farewell to Todd, we ask for prayers for his soul’s peaceful journey and may he eternally rest in tranquility. Granting his final wishes, Todd’s body was cremated. A heartfelt Celebration of Life was held at Pembroke’s Neville Funeral Home on Saturday, August 26, 2023, between 2 and 4 p.m. To honor Todd’s memory, the Brohman family kindly requests that donations be made to the Ontario SPCA – Renfrew County Branch. Share your condolences and commemorations on the funeral home’s website, where an online guestbook is available.

Todd Anthony Brohman, a fifty-two-year-old resident of Pembroke, passed away on Friday, August 18, 2023, at the peaceful setting of the Pembroke Regional Hospital. Known for his caring and considerate nature, Todd was the beloved husband of Pamela Bonnie Brohman (nee Moriarty) and the devoted father of Dan Brohman (Victoria) and Quinn “Sheesh” Brohman (Adam). Born in 1971, Todd was the son of the late Kenneth Brohman and the caring son-in-law of Catherine Kuehl (Mike) and the late Melville Moriarty (2015). His sister, Leslie “Sessie” Uhrig (Steve), and his brothers-in-law, Mel Moriarty (Paula) and Allan Moriarty (Megan), were cherished members of Todd’s family. The sorrow of his passing extends to his many nieces and nephews, who held a special place in his heart. Todd was a revered figure, earning admiration as a mentor and an individual with a propensity for creativity. His warm and loving nature endeared him to his family, friends, and colleagues at the Home Depot, where he dedicated 26 years of his life. As a father, Todd went above and beyond, sacrificing much of his time to ensure the well-being of his two children and his beautiful wife. In his leisure time, Todd took pleasure in fishing, spending quality moments with his cats, testing his skills in pool games, and pursuing various hands-on creations. His quick thinking and magnetic personality left a lasting impression on those around him. Let us keep Todd in our thoughts and prayers as his soul embarks on its peaceful journey and may he find eternal rest. Fulfilling Todd’s wishes, his remains were cremated. The Neville Funeral Home on Isabella Street in Pembroke hosted a heartfelt Celebration of Life on Saturday, August 26, 2023, between the hours of 2 and 4 p.m. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Ontario SPCA – Renfrew County Branch are greatly appreciated. Visit the funeral home’s official website to express your condolences and share fond memories of Todd.

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