March 18, 1963 - November 13, 2020
Waverly, New York
November 13, 2020
March 18, 1963
Woodbury, New Jersey
Thursday, November 19, 2020 at 3:00 PM Full Military Honors at Blauvelt Funeral Home, 625 Broad Street, Waverly, New York
Thursday, November 19, 2020 from 1 to 3 PM at Blauvelt Funeral Home, 625 Broad Street, Waverly, New York
Woodlawn National Cemetery, Elmira, New York
Brian Stanley Schlosser Sr., age 57, passed away "Friday the 13th", November 13, 2020 surrounded by his loved ones at Robert Packer Hospital in Sayre, Pennsylvania.
Brian was predeceased by his mother, Joanne Schlosser of Ulster; father, Edward Schlosser Sr. of Ulster; brother, Floyd Coyne of Ulster; brother, Edward Schlosser Jr. of Ulster; and brother, Charles "Chucky" Harkinson of Ulster.
Brian is survived by his wife of 42 years, Carolyne M. Schlosser; brother, Kevin Schlosser Sr.; sister, Cindy Coyne; brother, David Schlosser; son, Brian Schlosser Jr. and daughter-in-law Stacy Schlosser; daughter, Tiffany N. Glielmi and son- in-law Robert Glielmi; and his grandchildren whom he loved with his whole heart, Addison Glielmi, Ethan Glielmi, Sidney Schlosser, Brian Schlosser III, and Hudson Glielmi.
Brian was born March 18, 1963 in Woodbury, New Jersey where he lived until he was 9. His family embedded their roots in rural Ulster, PA where Brian grew up learning to love hunting, riding his motorcycle, and spending time with friends. Brian married his high school sweetheart and best friend, Carolyne Schlosser, on December 5, 1981. Shortly after, Brian joined the United States Air Force in February of 1982. Brian served as a Jet Engine Mechanic and earned the rank of Staff Sergeant until his honorable discharge in July of 1992. Brian and Carolyne built a beautiful family and legacy throughout their 42 years of marriage having 2 children and helping to raise multiple neighborhood kids who were always welcome in their home. Brian built a career at the Daily Review/Towanda Printing Company, where he worked for more than 25 years. In his most recent years, Brian enjoyed spending his days with his family, especially his grandchildren and his dogs Tucker and Abraham. His favorite hobby was decorating for and celebrating Halloween. His family asks that in his memory you will continue to spread the Halloween spookiness throughout the season.
A quote from his favorite movie Young Frankenstein:
"Dr. Frederick Frankenstein: What a filthy job.
Igor: Could be worse.
Dr. Frederick Frankenstein: How?
Igor: Could be raining... (thunder followed by rain)"
A time of calling will be held on Thursday, November 19, 2020 from 1 to 3 PM at Blauvelt Funeral Home, 625 Broad Street, Waverly, New York. Full military honors will be accorded Brian on Thursday, November 19, 2020 at 3:00 PM at Blauvelt Funeral Home, 625 Broad Street, Waverly, New York by the Valley Color Guard. Memorial donations may be made in Brian’s name to the Valley Color Guard, 206 Broad Street, Waverly, NY 14892. Those wishing to send a message of sympathy to Brian’s family may visit our Facebook page or in “Obituaries” at www.blauveltfuneralhome.com
From: Jennie L. Cook
To Brian' s family: I am so saddened to hear of his passing. He was my co-worker at The Review. Deepest sympathies.
From: Jackie Beam Fries
To Brian's family, I so very sorry for the loss of your husband, father, brother, grandpa, santa, Halloween guru, and especially friend! I'll remember Brian forever as one of the "Ulster Gang" in the late 70s. He was such a sweet guy with a larger than life personality. Rest easy big guy - you will be missed dearly. Hugs to the family from North Carolina.
From: Craig and Wanda Lezak
Our deepest sympathy Carolyn, Tiffany, Brian Jr and families... may peace fill your hearts with memories of how much he loved his family.. God Bless..Wanda and Craig
From: Ruth Golden
I am sorry to hear about Brian! He was such a great person. Even when he thought I was joking when I said schools where closed when he was coming home one winter! That was the year he gave me the name RUDE E!!! Will miss him! Love ya guys
From: Bill/Jan Cummins
We had the pleasure of meeting Brian and Carolyne while they were stationed in South Florida. We had many good times as did the kids! Bill was so happy that Brian had found him on Facebook and reconnected Bill with the group! It is such a shame that Covid canceled their reunion in the Spring. Our condolences to Carolyne and the entire family - his passing is such a tremendous loss.
From: Marge Bidlack
Carolyne and family,
I am so sorry to hear of Brian's passing. He was such a nice person and my thoughts and prayers are with you at this very difficult time.
God Bless You
From: Marie Post & Family
Carolyn & Family,
You have My Deepest Sympathies & Prayers.
But always remember he’ll be watching over all of you .
We never know when we’ll be called to Join the family circle and have to live one day at a time. Heaven gained another Angel. Maybe he’ll find Rip up there. I’m sorry I won’t be able to come for his funeral Megan has to work but please know you’ll be in our thoughts and Prayers .
Love & Prayers
Love Marie Post & Family & Megan Hadlock
From: Larry Grace
There are no words that I feel would sufficiently Express the passing of Brian.
I have only great memories to hold on too.
Me and Jeanne will be and have been praying for you and your entire family.
So very sorry!!
Larry and Jeanne Grace
From: Jack & Melanie Pierce
Dear Carolyn & family,
We are so sorry to hear of Brian's death, gone too soon!!
Praying for all of you!! Love Jack & Melanie
From: Dave and Bonnie Colton
To the Schlosser family, we send our deepest condolences. Brian was a very good man, who will be missed by so many.
From: Shirley Johnson
Carolyne & family,
Please accept my deepest sympathy for the loss of Brian. You and your family are in my thoughts & prayers.
From: Met Pipan
Dear Carolyne and Family,
My heart is broken to hear of the passing of my dear friend Brian. God puts people in your life for a reason and he blessed me with Brian's friendship at a very challenging time in mine. Even when we didn't see each other for months, when we did, it was like we had seen each other yesterday. My deepest sympathies to you and your family.
From: Pete and Robin VanNess
Pete and I are are very saddened to hear of this news.
Our hearts and prayers go out to you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Pete and I always loved running into you two and talking and laughing.
We will remember Brian in many positive ways-with a big smile and a great sense of humor, always great with a story.
“If the bond between two people is strong, even death cannot do them apart.”
Pete and Robin
From: Bill Nish Retired Corporate Human Resources Director The Scranton Times
Carolyne, words cannot express my deepest sympathy in the passing of Brian. He and I had worked through some touchy situations at The Daily Review, and he was always a professional man. He, John McAndrew and I also had some good times in our Baltimore company meetings. I'll remember him and his family in my prayers. God is blessing him as we speak.
From: Cindy Wellener
Such Sadness that you have brought to our small family at the Daily Review, Brian! I didn't get the privilege of knowing you personally, but, I liked you from the day you hired me! You came out of your office, when Amber called you, & didn't let me finish filling out my application, & I was hired! Must have been desperate! No Nonsense w/you, Brian! A Genuinely NICE GUY you were! Conversations we had about our dogs, & Kellie's Love of Halloween, brought your Love of that Holiday out, TOO! You dressed up as Santa, for all of us, & made our job fun! I'm so sad for the loss of such a Young, & Dedicated Man, & for your Family also! We Always knew when you were near, because you were whistling a tune! Can't fill the void that you've left, but have you in our Heart Forever! GOD Bless You Brian! xoxo
From: Ken Freeman
So sad to here this happened to him and his family and all who loved him. We were part of a test cell crew that worked together for many years we were family and neighbors. Empathy, prayer thought go to your family. Love to all of you and all your friends.
From: Jody and James Campbell
Sending many hugs and prayers to your family. I drive by your house often on the way to my sisters house. Love seeing the decorations. His spirit will live on in your hearts!
From: VFW Post 1536, Sayre
Please accept our deepest sympathy.
From: Ricardo Vale
My condolences to the family and friends of Brian. Words cannot describe the pain and suffering of losing a love one. Brian wasn't just a friend, he was our military brother. He brought so much joy and happiness to all around him. We will miss Brian, but I know he is watching over us from heaven. Rest in peace my friend!
From: Donna Winski
Carolyne and family,
I am so saddened to hear of Brian's passing. He was an amazing person and co-worker. He personified dedication and strong ethics, was a wonderful mentor to many and had a laugh and smile that lit up a room. I'm so glad to have had the opportunity to work with him for so many years. Again, my deepest sympathy to you all.
From: Bill and dianne cron
To all of you, Brian’s family, children, Carolyn, grandchildren, parents, - May God give you peace and comfort in your life. You will grieve for a long time but be comforted in the memories you have of his life with you. May God bless you until you see Brian in heaven.
From: The Himelfarb Family
We are so sorry for your loss. While we only met Brian once, we know from stories and pictures his love of family and holiday celebrations. We hope you are able to be surrounded by loved ones and wonderful memories. Love, The Himelfarb Family
From: Marybeth & James jr Kobbe
He was a great man, he’s gonna be missed so much.
Fly high Brian!
The Daily isn’t gonna be the same without you.
From: Greg Zyla
Lost one of my best friends and best manager as we worked together for 8 years at The Daily Review in Towanda. Brian was a very good person and I will miss him. RIP my friend and condolences to the family.
From: Deb Race
I am so sorry for your loss. Brian will be missed here at the print plant. Rest in Peace.