Brian Palmer

Brian Palmer's Fundraiser

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Donations applied to wishes and expenses: Funeral, Cemetery, Medical, Legal, Scholarships, Trusts, Charities, Favorite Causes etc. All donations are directly deposited to Funeral Home.
Donations applied to wishes and expenses: Funeral, Cemetery, Medical, Legal, Scholarships, Trusts, Charities, Favorite Causes etc. All donations are directly deposited to Funeral Home.

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Donations applied to wishes and expenses: Funeral, Cemetery, Medical, Legal, Scholarships, Trusts, Charities, Favorite Causes etc. All donations are directly deposited to Funeral Home.
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Obituary of Brian Palmer

Brian Allen Palmer, 51, Marion Center, passed away August 2, 2018 at home.  Born March 17, 1967 in Erie the son of Dianne L. James, Indiana and Donald M. Palmer,Sr.  Indiana.  Also survived by children Tiffany Nicole (Palmer) Richardson, South Carolina; and Michael Blankenship, Buffalo, NY; two granddaughters; two sisters and one brother, Laura Palmer-Piraino, North Carolina; Lavone Warr, Waynesburg; Donald Palmer, Jr., Indiana; and several nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and extended family members.  Brian was preceded in death by brothers Charles Arthur Palmer, Bucky Adam Palmer, and Michael Palmer.  Brian enjoyed hunting, fishing and playing the guitar.  No public service of visitation. Family assisted by Richard C. Stuart Funeral Home, Armagh.

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