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Connor Westley LeRoy Brumfield
Connor Westley LeRoy BrumfieldFlagConnor Westley LeRoy Brumfield, 22, a student in Butte, Montana, formerly of rural Marysville, died unexpectedly April 13, 2023.

He was born August 3, 2000 in Denver Colorado to his parents, Brian and Kimberlie (Decker) Brumfield.

Connor was an Eagle Scout with Troop 440 in Richwood. He was a 2018 Graduate of the Tri-Rivers Joint Vocational School. He exited the US Army honorably in January of 2023 as an E4, 25U Signal Systems Support Specialist with the 31st Air Defense Artillery Brigade, 5-5 & 4-3 Air Defense Battalions at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Connor was currently a student at Montana Technological University, studying Mechanical Engineering and Welding Engineering. He was a welder, licensed amateur radio operator, photography enthusiast, hiker and backpacker.

Surviving are his parents, Brian and Kimberlie Brumfield of rural Marysville, siblings; Ian, Trevor and Caitlin, grandmother; Su’elyn Peters of Marysville, grandfather, Col. LeRoy R. Peters US Army (Ret) of Florida and many aunts, uncles and cousins.

Memorial services to honor Connor will be held Monday May 15, 2023 at 6 pm at the Richwood First United Methodist Church. Pastor Joseph Rhea will officiate. Friends may call two hours prior to the service beginning at 4 pm at the church. Following the service, there will be a procession to the Claibourne Cemetery, where there will be Full Military Honors given by the Vietnam Veterans of America #1095 and the US Army.

The Stofcheck-Ballinger Funeral Home in Richwood is assisting the family.

Condolences and remembrances may be expressed at www.stofcheck-ballinger.com.

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#1 from: Gail DeGood-Guy
Richwood, ohio
Mon, May 1, 2023 at 5:09 PM

Brian, Kimberlie and family.   I am beyond words to express the sorry I'm feeling for you and your family.  May God provide you comfort during this most difficult time.    

#2 from: Marilyn Coleman
Mon, May 1, 2023 at 7:52 PM

You are all on my mind and in my heart   if I can do anything for you, let me know.  Connor was such a joy.

#3 from: Caleb Anderson
Tue, May 2, 2023 at 11:40 AM

To Connor Brumfield’s family and friends, It pained me immensely to hear of Connors’s passing. I find myself very lucky to have been able to meet him while we were going through our advanced individual training for the army together in fort Gordon, and Connor was my roommate for our time there as well. He was a brother in arms and an even better person to get to know one on one. I will pray for strength and healing to all those affected by Connors passing, and will pray for Connor that he is in a better place now.

#4 from: Truc "Bear" Nguyen
Frederick, MD
Sun, May 14, 2023 at 8:43 PM

A good man brought into this world by good people. You were unforgettable, loved, and truly someone I would call my brother. The world is a darker place without you here, brother... Save a spot for me, I hope we meet again on the other side.

#5 from: Heraclio Borjas
Wiesbaden, Germany
Mon, May 15, 2023 at 1:55 PM

I worked with Connor for a couple years in Fort Sill, OK. We hanged out a couple times, but I remember one day he said he'd take a road trip to Yellowstone National Park, and I'd honestly say it was one of the best experiences in my life, we traveled from Oklahoma, thru Texas eating chocolate sheet cake in this diner, went thru New Mexico and its red clay coated lands, driving thru colorado and hiking a small base portion of the rocky mountains and going to Denver, thru Wyoming in Yellowstone where we witnessed a herd of buffalo walk thru our campsite when I unzipped my tent and saw the huge face of one and noticed Connor just sitting in his hammock reading a book.Then going to Montana where we argued cause we didn't hike as much and it was raining a lot those days, then looping around Idaho, Utah, and Arizona where we saw the Grand Canyon, ....I remember the the long car rides through the US, the gas station food where we had 8 different types of jerky, the fight we had on a mountain, the horrible song singalongs, and most of all I remember how happy he was..I wish I could of been a better to him. I'll always remember you till I die Brumfield and the next life, I hope wherever you are now, it's where you are that makes you feel the happiest. Oh and some guy named Fernside was with us too I guess, he just slept in the backseat of the truck honestly for the most part.

#6 from: Jayme
Mon, May 15, 2023 at 9:36 PM

Thank you for making Connor's service available online, it was so nice to hear the memories and share in celebrating Connor's life.                  I want to express my love and adoration for the Brumfield Family. Some of my favorite adventures and fun stories were experienced alongside Kim and Brian. Kim, Brian, Ian, Trevor and Caitlin - you are all in my prayers and my heart.

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