Brian Schue Obituary, Death Cause – Brian Elliott Schue, age 78, died On November 2, 1944, in the city of Chicago, Illinois, his parents, Fredrick and Virginia Schue, were the first persons in the world to meet and congratulate him upon his entry into the world. Because he was the eldest of the family’s four sons, Brian also held the title of being the eldest member of the family in general. In addition to being an active participant in the school’s musical and theatrical communities, Brian was an active member of the International Thesbin Society throughout the entirety of his time spent in high school. This involvement spanned all four years of Brian’s high school career.
It took him a total of four years of study at Northern Illinois University before he was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from that institution. While he was there, he concentrated his studies on the marketing aspects of businesses. While he was working as an independent contractor for himself in the staffing industry for a number of years, he spent some of those years working in the staffing industry. The most important thing for him was to locate suitable candidates who met the requirements. During the years 2008 and 2009, Brian was an active member of the Moose Organization and participated in its higher degree.
In addition to this, he was currently filling the role of Governor of the Fenton Moose Lodge for the duration of the term that had been assigned to him. Seeing live performances at the theater, golfing, playing sports, listening to classical music, and researching historical events from the past were some of his favorite things to do in his spare time. It was not part of his plan to act in such a hilarious manner, but it happened by accident anyhow. Brian is survived by Donna L. Wood, his first wife, who was also his constant companion for many years; their children, Virginia and Richard (Michelle); grandchildren; multiple stepchildren; grandchildren and great grandchildren; and the children of his stepchildren. In addition, Donna L. Wood is survived by the children of Brian’s stepchildren. Also, Donna L. Wood is survived by the children who are the biological offspring of Brian’s stepchildren. Donna L. Wood is another person who survives beyond the time of Brian’s birth. When he departed, his son Brian Schue Jr., his former wife Karen, both of his parents, and all of his brothers had already passed away. Before he went, his son’s name was Brian Schue Jr. Nobody in his family, not even one of his brothers or his parents, outlived him.