Brian Hamlin


Brian Maurice Hamlin, age 56.  Was born August 7, 1965 and passed away unexpectedly on May 15, 2022.

Brian was a Graduate of Whetstone High School. Class of 1983. He was also member of Friendship Missionary Baptist Church. Brian was a 34 year employee of the Industrial Commission of Ohio.
Brian is survived by mother, Barbara Hamlin; brother, Michael (Michelle) Hamlin; niece, Larisa(Derrick) Thompson; great nieces, Taylor and Brooke all of Columbus, OH; uncle, Theodore (Antoinette) Hamlin; aunt, Shirley Blake all of Maryland; and a host of beloved family, friends, and coworkers who will truly miss Brian.

Condolence Messages

  1. Yolanda Jones

    To the Entire Family and friends of one so loved, I had the pleasure of working with Brian at the Industrial Commission he was always immaculate and laid back a really nice person who was always smiling with a kind word. May God mend the broken hearted and wrap loving arms around each and everyone.

  2. Yolanda Jones

    To the Hamlin Family: May the Lord comfort the entire family and friends during this time.

    There is really nothing we need to know or even try to understand.
    If we refuse to be discouraged
    and trust God’s guiding hand.
    So take heart and meet each minute
    with faith in God’s great love,
    Aware that every day of life
    is controlled by God above…
    And never dread tomorrow
    or what the future brings,
    Just pray for strength and courage
    and trust God in all things.
    And never grow discouraged
    be patient and just wait
    for “God never comes too early
    and He never comes too late!”

  3. Barbara Hoylman

    To the family of Brian,

    My deepest sympathy for the loss of your dear loved one. I worked with Brian at the Industrial Commission and enjoyed talking with him. His smile and kind manner were even more appreciated when we would talk during the pandemic when he was steadfastly working in the office and I popped in to do a few things. He was always kind and helpful to me and all the other hearing officers. I will miss him.

  4. Brian was a good man, a true professional, and always friendly and helpful. Over the years seeing him at the window at the Industrial Commission was always pleasant and he could not have been nicer! I will miss him as I know many who interacted with him regularly will as well. Peace to your family.

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